California recall results: Maps show how each county is voting

The election to decide whether California Gov. Gavin Newsom should be recalled from office ends Tuesday, Sept. 14.

Shortly after polls close at 8 p.m., counties will begin reporting results, and the process will continue for seven days as elections officials finish counting eligible mail-in ballots.

Related: Recall results: What to expect on election night, and when to expect it

There are two questions on the ballot. One: Should Newsom be removed from office? Two: If he is removed, who should replace him? If more than 50% of voters say yes to question one, then the candidate with the most votes in question two will become governor. But if more than 50% vote no to question one, Newsom will stay in office.

First, here are the latest statewide results. Keep scrolling or click here to jump down to the maps of how each county is voting.

Refresh your browser for the latest results. Results are updated every 10 minutes or as they become available from the California Secretary of State.

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Refresh your browser for the latest results. Results are updated every 10 minutes or as they become available from the California Secretary of State.

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Source:: Los Angeles Daily News

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