City council race remains close, County continues counting vote totals

The Winters Voting Assistance Center offered a curbside voting options for those observing social distancing. (Crystal Apilado/Winters Express)

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While the early front-runners in the Winters City Council race remain at the top, the order has adjusted as the Yolo County Elections Office continues to count the vote totals from the Nov. 8 General Election.

The last vote total update was posted on Tuesday, Nov. 22 at 3:47 p.m.

The total number of unprocessed ballots was 687 in the county. The estimates of unprocessed ballots account for the entire county and details of each jurisdiction are not available, according to the elections office, “as ballots are received and processed in batches from throughout the county.”

As of Tuesday, the City Council race results had Albert Vallecillo with 1,260 (22.79 percent), Carol Scianna with 1,192 (21.56 percent), Richard Casavecchia with 1,190 (21.53 percent), Lisa Baker with 1,111 (20.10 percent) and Michael Olivas with 775 (14.02 percent).

The Winters Trustee Area Two race had Incumbent Carrie Green with 256 (63.68 percent) and Challenger Robert Warren with 146 (36.32 percent).

The next update will post by 5 p.m. on Nov. 29.

Dec. 8 is the deadline for the county elections office to finalize the vote totals and figure out how many registered voters actually voted, and members of the public are welcome to observe the canvassing process.

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