Dozens of employees were required to quarantine when staff members of the Riverside County Registrar of Voters Office tested positive for coronavirus last week. As a precautionary measure, the county team set up testing for all permanent and remaining temporary staff.
“It is key to our election process to ensure the Registrar of Voters employees are safe and healthy,” said Riverside County Registrar of Voters Rebecca Spencer. “I fully expect that we will be able to certify the election by December 3 and today’s testing will help the office to meet the state’s deadline.”
As of November 25, approximately 4,000 provisional ballots remained to be researched, verified, and counted. Any voter whose signature did not match the signature on their voter registration form will have until December 1 to return their signature curing form.
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