The numbers for Tuesday’s special election show voters favoring the recall of Shasta County District Two Supervisor Leonard Moty, but with a margin of only 384 votes, the key question is how many ballots remain to be counted. County Clerk and Registrar of Voters Cathy Darling-Allen told us on Wednesday that well over a thousand have not yet been tallied. On Thursday her office will say just how many remain and on Friday the numbers will be updated, perhaps showing a clear winner. The latest numbers show just under 53% in favor of the recall and just over 47% opposed. In the second question, 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%. There are around 21,000 registered voters in District Two. The turnout for the recall election appears at this point to be around 32%, but that will increase as more ballots are counted. At any rate, far fewer than 10,000 people have likely chosen how county politics will be run for the near future.