Updated unofficial results of the Shasta County District 2 recall election show Supervisor Leonard Moty being recalled by about 1,018 votes. County Clerk Cathy Darling Allen said in a press release Friday, that her office estimates there are about 121 ballots to add to the count and that her office will continue to count mail-in ballots postmarked by election day through Feb. 8. Unofficial results show candidate Tim Garman winning Moty's seat by 126 votes. Early voting in the election started on Jan. 3 and polls closed at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
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Early unofficial results of a Shasta County special election point to Second District Supervisor Leonard Moty being recalled. As they cast their ballots, multiple voters referenced the tense political climate surrounding the recall election.
Results from a recall election in Shasta County are being reported. Also, Shasta County’s registrar discusses the challenges of the contentious recall and Yuba City finalizes move to district-based elections for City Council members.
Tuesday is the last day for Shasta County residents to vote in the recall election of Second District Supervisor Leonard Moty. Shasta County Registrar of Voters Cathy Darling Allen is working to ensure a fair and free election despite tension.
Shasta County voters decide whether or not to recall a county supervisor. Also, Yuba City is set to establish a new election system for city councilors and Greenville residents celebrate a gas station reopening following the Dixie Fire.
Early voting is now open in Shasta County for the recall election of District 2 Supervisor Leonard Moty, with the election date set for Feb.1. The League of Women Voters of the Redding Area held a candidate forum earlier this month.