As of a few moments ago, for the first time, Alameda’s Measure H, the school parcel tax, officially has more than the two-thirds of the vote. Go check it out! There are now 11,397 ‘yes’ votes—for 66.87 percent. I am waiting for word about how many—if any—more provisional ballots there are left to count. But, right now, it looks like Measure H has passed by 105 votes!
WAIT: This just in at 4:20 p.m. from Alameda County Registrar of Voters Spokesman Guy Ashley:
Results for the June 3 primary election in Alameda County were updated this afternoon and are on the website of the Alameda County Registrar of Voters. Dave Macdonald, Alameda County Registrar of Voters, says a small number of ballots from Alameda County still need to be counted. In regards to Measure H, the Alameda schools parcel tax, Macdonald said: “We don’t believe many, if any, of the remaining ballots are from the City of Alameda.” Macdonald emphasized that the results are still unofficial, and will remain so until he certifies the election results. He said that will likely occur on or about June 27.