Did you know you can check to see if your vote is counted? According to California Secretary of State website, under California Elections Code sections 3017 (PDF) and 3019.5 (PDF), a voter who casts a vote-by-mail ballot can find out if the ballot arrived at his/her county elections office, if the ballot was counted, and, if not, the reason why it was not counted. Perhaps the easiest way to do to so, is by going to Ballot Status Section of California Secretary of State website. You can also check via telephone. Check it out here: http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/ballot-status
There were a lot of allegations in terms of vote count in California. Many Sanders supporters were surprised at the final announced results of California Primary on June 7, 2016.