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VOTER TURN-OUT FOR THE

JUNE 7, 2016 PRIMARY ELECTION

Statewide Results

  • 100% of precincts reporting.
  • Voter Turnout: 47.7%.

Marin County Results

  • 100% of precincts reporting.
  • Voter Turnout: 67.8%.

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NOTABLE FACTS FROM THE NOVEMBER 6, 2016 GENERAL ELECTION

  • 90% or higher in 68 of Marin’s 161 precincts
  • Supervisorial District 2 (Ross Valley, parts of San Rafael and nearby unincorporated areas) had the most precincts with a turnout of more than 90 percent
  • The precinct with the highest turnout was at Ross Valley Fire Station No. 20 in San Anselmo with 93.88 percent; the second highest was in Woodacre with 93.67 percent; the third highest was in Mill Valley with 93.35 percent
  • Aside from the 21 mail-only precincts with 250 registered voters or less, the highest vote-by-mail turnout was a precinct in Greenbrae with 72.96 percent
  • 76% - average turnout for mail-only precincts
  •   88,109 - 2012 returned vote-by-mail ballots
  • 100,442 - 2016 returned vote-by-mail ballots
  • Overseas voters (including military) increased from 1,911 in the 2012 election to 2,809 in this election
  • The youth vote (ages 18-24) increased from 6,825 in the 2012 election to 8,177 in this election
  • The number of registered voters in Marin went down slightly between 2008 and 2012 (155,640 vs. 155,025) but grew to 160,795 in this election
  • Of the six qualified write-in presidential candidates, Bernie Sanders received 78 percent of the votes
  • 750 civic-minded people who assisted with Election Day operations by managing polling places, troubleshooting problems and delivering equipment to the Civic Center on election night.