It's Official: Registrar Certifies Measure D Win

The Riverside County Registrar certified the May 1 election just a day later.

The Riverside County Registrar announced Wednesday night that the May 1 election has been certified.

That , an annual parcel tax of $49 that will provide funds of approximately $18 million over the next 10 years for 's emergency room.

A total of 11,902 ballots were turned in of the 33,312 issued.

8,656, or 72.73% of the votes were a "yes" to passing the measure, with the remaining 3,246 against it.

Should anyone like to request a recount in this election, that deadline is Monday, May 7.

"By law, a request for a recount must be filed with the Registrar of Voters office within five days after election results are certified," Registrar Kari Verjil said in a press release. "The cost of a recount is paid for by the requestor."

If you'd like to learn more about the recount process, check out this information provided by the registrar's office.

Diego Rose May 05, 2012 at 06:01 PM
Per the Registrar, should any party wish to rescend the measure, approximately 2500 signatures would be needed. WE the voters have not only paid for the election in the first place but now we are going to continue to pay for the tax. WOW, gotta love this corrupted system we keep. I wish everyone would not be so damn APATHETIC with issues. There are many things about the running and organization of our hospital that we, The owners of the hospital, should be more aware of!! I am sure if everyone knew half of what I have been exposed to at the hospital, they would be livid!!!
Diego Rose May 05, 2012 at 06:05 PM
By the way, despite the Grand Jury investigation, none of our local papers or news outlets have run anything about it. HUM, I wonder why?


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