Under Elections Code section 15360(e), counties are required to report to the Secretary of State the results of the 1% manual tally conducted after each election. Elections Code section 15360(e) states:
"The official conducting the election shall include a report on the results of the 1% manual tally in the certification of the official canvass of the vote. This report shall identify any discrepancies between the machine count and the manual tally and a description of how each of these discrepancies was resolved. In resolving any discrepancy involving a vote recorded by means of a punchcard voting system or by electronic or electromechanical vote tabulating devices, the voter verified paper audit trail shall govern if there is a discrepancy between it and the electronic record."
- June 8, 2010, Statewide Direct Primary Election
- January 12, 2010, 72nd Assembly District Special General Election (PDF)
- September 1, 2009, Congressional District 10 Special Primary Election
- September 1, 2009, Assembly District 51 Special Primary Election (PDF)
- May 19, 2009, Statewide Special Election
- November 4, 2008, General Election
- June 3, 2008, Statewide Direct Primary Election
- February 5, 2008, Presidential Primary Election *
Counties were required to submit a 1% Manual Tally Report to the Secretary of State for each local election listed below.
- June 7, 2011 - San Juan Capistrano Special Municipal Election (PDF)
- June 19, 2009 - South Pasadena Special Parcel Tax VMB Election (PDF)
- May 5, 2009 - San Marino Unified School District Special Election (PDF)
- April 21, 2009 - Arcadia Unified School District Board of Education Election (PDF)
- November 17, 2009, Orange County, 72nd Assembly District Special Primary Election (PDF)