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PRESIDENT/VICE PRESIDENT
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

OBAMA/BIDEN
522,136
53.83%

MCCAIN/PALIN
431,772
44.51%

NADER/GONZALEZ
6,819 0.70%

BARR/ROOT
4,722 0.49%

KEYES/DRAKE
2,565
0.26%

MCKINNEY/CLEMENTE
1,936
0.20%

US REPRESENTATIVE 50th District
Precincts: 556
Counted: 556
Percentage: 100.0%

BRIAN BILBRAY
126,726
50.05%

NICK LEIBHAM
115,442
45.60%

WAYNE DUNLAP
11,019
4.35%

SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL District A
Precincts: 702
Counted: 702
Percentage: 100.0%

JOHN LEE EVANS
136,121
54.35%

MITZ LEE
114,334
45.65%

SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL District D
Precincts: 702
Counted: 702
Percentage: 100.0%

RICHARD BARRERA
215,175
100.00%

SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL District E
Precincts: 702
Counted: 702
Percentage: 100.0%

SHELIA JACKSON
152,051
61.74%

XENG X. YANG
94,227
38.26%

CITY OF DEL MAR CITY COUNCIL
Precincts: 5
Counted: 5
Percentage: 100.0%

Vote for: 3
DONALD MOSIER
1,271
34.30%

CARL HILLIARD
1,232
33.25%

MARK E. FILANC
1,202
32.44%

CITY OF SAN DIEGO CITY ATTORNEY
Precincts: 924
Counted: 924
Percentage: 100.0%

JAN GOLDSMITH
220,654
59.50%

MICHAEL J. AGUIRRE
150,182
40.50%

CITY OF SAN DIEGO CITY COUNCIL – District No. 1
Precincts: 157
Counted: 157
Percentage: 100.0%

SHERRI S. LIGHTNER
32,356
51.85%

PHIL THALHEIMER
30,053
48.15%

PROP 1A – STATE High-Speed Passenger Train Bond
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

NO
473,794 51.94%

YES
438,469 48.06%

PROP 2 – STATE Confining Farm Animals
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
609,781
65.04%

NO
327,803
34.96%

PROP 3 – STATE Children’s Hospital Bond
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
467,297 51.68%

NO
436,866 48.32%

PROP 4 – STATE Notify Parent/Terminate Pregnancy
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
492,294
52.76%

NO
440,849
47.24%

PROP 5 – STATE Nonviolent Drug Offenses/Sentencing
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

NO
551,937
60.49%

YES
360,520
39.51%

PROP 6 – STATE Police/Law Enforcement funding/penalties
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

NO
591,943
66.92%

YES
292,642
33.08%

PROP 7 – STATE Renewable Energy Generation
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

NO
581,249 63.95%

YES
327,658 36.05%

PROP 8 – STATE Eliminates Same-Sex Marriage
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
519,851
53.98%

NO
443,243
46.02%

PROP 9 – STATE Criminal Justice System/Victims’ Rights
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
486,405
55.04%

NO
397,395
44.96%

PROP 10 – STATE Alternative Fuel Vehicles
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

NO
517,883
57.60%

YES
381,246
42.40%

PROP 11 – STATE Redistricting
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
460,727
54.15%

NO
390,060
45.85%

PROP 12 – STATE Veterans’ Bond Act
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
526,590
59.91%

NO
352,341
40.09%

PROP A – SAN DIEGO COUNTY FIRE SERVICES TAX (Req 2/3)
Precincts: 2328
Counted: 2328
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
564,451
63.21%

NO
328,572
36.79%

PROP B – SAN DIEGO PORT DIST PORT MASTER PLAN AMENDMENT
Precincts: 1095
Counted: 1095
Percentage: 100.0%

NO
301,761
70.46%

YES
126,535
29.54%

PROP D – CITY OF SAN DIEGO ALCOHOL BAN AT CITY BEACHES
Precincts: 924
Counted: 924
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
214,215
53.15%

NO
188,815
46.85%

PROP G – CITY OF DEL MAR GARDEN DEL MAR PLAN
Precincts: 5
Counted: 5
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
1,802
84.76%

NO
324
15.24%

PROP H – CITY OF DEL MAR INCREASE TOT UP TO 13%
Precincts: 5
Counted: 5
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
1,326
62.52%

NO
795
37.48%

PROP G – CITY OF DEL MAR GARDEN DEL MAR PLAN
Precincts: 5
Counted: 5
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
1,802
84.76%

NO
324
15.24%

PROP H – CITY OF DEL MAR INCREASE TOT UP TO 13%
Precincts: 5
Counted: 5
Percentage: 100.0%

YES
1,326
62.52%

NO
795
37.48%

PROP S – SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL – $2.1B BONDS (Req 55%)
Precincts: 702
Counted: 702
Percentage: 100.0%

BONDS – YES
203,947
68.16%

BONDS – NO
95,262
31.84%

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