San Diego County Ballot Returns – 10/21/2014

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As of October 21, 2014 at 5:00pm, 843,115 ballots have been mailed to registered voters throughout the county, and 114,176 have been returned to the Registrar of Voters.

This equates to an overall return rate of 13.54% among all ballots mailed.

Comparatively, in 2010, with 14 days until the Election, 97,265 votes had been cast.

Breaking down the ballots by party, total returns are comprised of 42.34% Republicans (9.56% above registration), 35.02% Democrats (0.32% above registration), and 22.63% independent (9.88% below registration).

SEE IT IN GRAPH FORM and SEE THE LINKS

For a complete demographic breakdown of county results, please click above. To see an overall city-by-city breakdown, click above. For a demographic breakdown of select jurisdictions, please click above for to link to any on the list below:

52nd Congressional District
City of San Diego – District 6
City of Chula Vista
City of Encinitas
City of Escondido
City of La Mesa
City of Oceanside
City of Santee

Note: These returns are based on data provided by the Registrar of Voters to Political Data Inc. Accordingly, there is likely a delay of at least 1-2 days relative to the actual number of ballots returned.

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    That should address it — click on the one remaining link to go the original web version with all the links from there. Thanks.

  2. I sent in the result for the 78AD to SDRostra. Please post upon your review.

    Barbara Decker really stands a chance to win in the 78th Assembly District.

    Emails and phone calls from influential Democrats are coming in to me daily confirming the completed absentee votes as well as their promise to stop Atkins reign of special interests.

    GRASSROOTS ROCKS!

  3. I doubt there are many (or any) influential Democrats voting for Barbara Decker and I would be shocked if The Speaker didn’t win this race by double digits.

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    Elisa, on Rostra, just as many read the comments as do the posts. Any additional info you may post as a comment to the prior AD78 entry or here. It will be seen. We are unlikely to do additional separate posts, short of an arrest of a candidate, of course. Thanks.

  5. Barbara Decker deserves a lot of respect for running in a non-competitive district. But, the reason Toni Atkins isn’t spending money in her own district is quite obvious. Elisa, I shared with you my guess on a winning percentage. Feel free to call me out in two weeks when I’m wrong.

  6. Your conversation is in the back of my mind but I am fighting these battles to win the war and prove that GRASSROOTS can win elections!

    Please support Barbara Decker by contributing money to her campaign TODAY! $5, $10, $100 or better yet $4100. We can do it! VOTE DECKER 78AD!

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