Registrar of Voters
Registrar of Voters Announces Election Night Results Reporting Schedule for San Joaquin County
February 16, 2024

Stockton, CA – The San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters (ROV) announced their comprehensive plan for reporting the Presidential Primary Election results on March 5, 2024.

On Election Day, polls will close at 8:00 P.M. Starting at 8 P.M., the ROV’s office will begin reporting the results for Vote-by-Mail (VBM) ballots received through Saturday March 2, 2024, as well as all Early Voting ballots. This initial release of results will provide a snapshot of the early voting period, reflecting the choices of those who voted ahead of Election Day.

To ensure the public and stakeholders are informed in real-time, the ROV will update the election results every two hours until all in-person ballots cast on Election Day are counted. These updates are designed to provide a clear and accurate picture of the voting trends and outcomes as they develop.

Recognizing the importance of keeping the community informed beyond Election Night, the ROV’s office will provide updates on the counting process on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday by 7 P.M. These updates will continue until the office have completed the canvass of the election. This process includes verifying and counting all remaining VBM ballots, provisional ballots, and any other ballots requiring additional verification to ensure every vote is counted.

Our primary goal is to conduct an election that is both accurate and transparent,” said Olivia Hale, San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters. “We understand the importance of timely updates, but we also emphasize the need for careful and thorough counting procedures. Our dedicated team is committed to ensuring that every vote is counted and that the results reflect the will of the voters.”

The ROV encourages all San Joaquin County residents and interested parties to stay informed by visiting their official website, Registrar of Voters (, where real-time results and updates will be posted. For additional information or inquiries, contact or (209) 468-VOTE (8683).

“The San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters office thanks all voters, volunteers, and staff for their participation and hard work in upholding democracy. We look forward to a successful election and the timely reporting of results,” Hale concluded.



Hilary Crowley,
Public Information Officer