Of the four provisional ballots received, three of the ballots were cast by voters who were not registered at the time they voted. The fourth voter had cast an absentee ballot in the democratic primary, then turned up on election day to voter in person for the Republican primary. The election commission voted unanimously not to count any of the four votes.
Minutes later when the U.S. Postal Service arrived at the County Clerk's office, it was verified that no overseas ballots had been received. This satisfied the ten day waiting period required by law, and the election commission certified the results of the primary election.