According to the California secretary of state's office, as of 11:04 a.m., June 10, 2016, a total of 873,242 votes from the June 7 presidential primary -- about 13.7% of the votes cast -- remain uncounted. A little more than 68% of the votes already counted were in the Democratic primary. If the party affiliation of the uncounted votes are proportional to those already counted, approximately 570,674 Democratic primary votes remain uncounted.
Given Hillary Clinton's lead of 456,699 among counted votes, it is unlikely the final count will affect who "won" the state but since delegates are assigned proportional to votes, it may well affect the number of delegates each candidate received from California.
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