Outcomes unchanged after fourth Clallam County ballot count

PORT ANGELES — Outcomes remained unchanged after a fourth count of ballots by the Clallam County Auditor’s Office on Friday.

The voter turnout in Tuesday’s general election is 47.72 percent, with 27,282 ballots counted out of 57,166 provided registered voters.

The next count will be on Thursday, according to the auditor’s office. About 50 ballots are left to count.

In neighboring Jefferson County, voter turnout was 46.66 percent, with 12,876 ballots counted of 27,596 provided registered voters.

The last vote count in Jefferson County was Thursday and the final one will be before certification on Nov. 23.

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