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General Election turnout largest ever in Alameda County

Votes must be certified by Dec. 8

Tim Dupuis, Alameda County Registrar, said this week that the General Election on Nov. 8 was the biggest ever in the county.

The 670,245 votes cast in the election were the most ever in an Alameda County election in Alameda County, Dupuis said. That number represents a 75.42% turnout of Alameda County’s 888,709 registered voters.

Under State law, Alameda County has until Dec. 8 to certify election results.

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