The numbers for Tuesday’s special election show voters favoring the recall of Shasta County District Two Supervisor Shasta County elections officials reported on Thursday that there are still just under 2000 ballots to be counted, and the results from Tuesday’s recall election are still too close to call. Registrar of Voters and County Clerk Cathy Darling Allen said on Thursday afternoon that there are still an estimated 1,957 ballots that need to be counted. Of the unprocessed ballots, 1,914 are vote by mail, 15 are provisional ballots, 12 are conditional voter registration provisional and 34 are damaged, need to be remade or require further review. The Registrar of Voters said it will continue to receive valid post marked ballots through February 8th. The latest numbers show just under 53% in favor of the recall and just over 47% opposed, but with a margin of just 384 votes. The leading replacement candidate is Dale Ball with 36%, but he’s just 33 votes ahead of Tim Garmin. Tony Hayward trails with 18% and Tarick Mahmoud with 11%.