Three hours after the election polls closed, Orange County's Registrar of Voters managed to report .8 percent of today's vote to the public in the agency's online service.
Not even 1 percent.
How weak is Neal Kelley's operation?
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His taxpayer-funded website has a "next update" feature designed to alert citizens when new voting information is available, but that feature has not been used even once since the polls closed three hours ago.
So far, Kelley's website claims that the agency has managed to tally only 12,778 votes from 352 of the county's 1976 precincts.
And I though the U.S. Postal Service was slow...