Turns out only one in three voters in Los Angeles County cast ballots last month - but that's better than one in four, which was the early turnout numbers reported by officials.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will certify results from the Nov. 4 midterm election Tuesday. The official numbers show 1,518,835 ballots were cast for a turnout of 33.4 percent. Prior to reviewing and counting all outstanding qualified ballots, turnout in Los Angeles County was estimated at 25.25 percent.
More than a third of the ballots came via vote-by-mail.
Statewide, turnout was at 42.2 percent, a significant drop from the prior state-wide record low for a midterm election of 50.6 percent in 2002.
Los Angeles County also hit a historic low in voter turnout. The previous low came in 2002, when 45 percent of voters cast a ballot, according to available election data from Los Angeles County.
The county's officials results will be sent to the Secretary of State's office, which has until Dec. 12 to certify the results.