New Mail Ballots — GOP Lead now 8,087 countywide — Latest 29K returned break…45.1% Rep, 37.8% Dem, 13.8% Indy
Here is your “controversial” SD County mail ballot report for today. The pace of returned ballots zoomed Wednesday as 29,003 Memorial Day weekend votes descended on the Registrar of Voters office. That brings the grand total received to 175,591. The most recent split is Rep 45.1% (13,105), Dem 37.8% (10,953), Indy 13.8% (3,985), and Minor 3.3% (960). Compared to registration, Republicans are now “outperforming” by 7.9% (that is, 35.2% of registration vs. 43.1% of ballots), Democrats are +3.1 (35.3 reg, 38.4% ballots). But Independents lag by -9.3% (23.8 reg, 14.5 ballots). In close races, that growing 7.9% GOP surge can make the difference for legislature, city councils, school boards, county supervisors. Well done to Tony Krvaric, and to Republican Women Federated, GOP Clubs and GOP candidates.
THANK YOU to San Diego Registrar of Voters Deborah Seiler and her staff for generating this Data and willingly sharing it with the Public. Take it from the Boy who Knows: Not all Registrars of Voters in other counties take this intelligent attitude on transparency.