UPDATED 7:01 AM PT — Wed. June 6, 2018
A printing error results in more than 100,000 voters across Los Angeles County to be left off paper rosters during California’s primary election.
On Tuesday, County Clerk Dean Logan urged voters to fill out provisional ballots if their names do not appear on the list at their assigned polling stations.
Important Election Day Information: If your name does not appear on the roster at your polling place today, do not be alarmed. You will be given a provisional ballot and your vote will count #LAVotes pic.twitter.com/Ad6TBGryIx
— Los Angeles County (@CountyofLA) June 5, 2018
Officials said they are closely monitoring the situation, while assuring affected voters their ballots will be counted.
An estimated one-third of all precincts in Los Angeles county are affected by this issue.
This could cause delays for election data as verifying authenticity is sure to prolong the process of assessing accurate results.