SAN DIEGO County - County Totals

TOTAL REGISTERED VOTERS: 1,662,668
R: 29.36% | D: 36.61% | NPP: 28.53%

D + 7.25

YEAR ADV DEM REP NPP TOTAL
O17 D + 7.25 608,720 (36.61%) 488,132 (29.36%) 474,293 (28.53%) 1,662,668
G16 D + 6.53 609,315 (36.87%) 501,465 (30.34%) 457,522 (27.69%) 1,652,570
G14 D + 1.95 536,300 (34.67%) 506,078 (32.72%) 420,900 (27.21%) 1,546,924
G12 D + 1.24 551,931 (35.31%) 532,585 (34.07%) 398,215 (25.48%) 1,563,093
G10 R + 0.35 518,080 (35.92%) 523,060 (36.27%) 334,514 (23.20%) 1,442,161
G08 R + 0.02 539,560 (36.26%) 539,939 (36.28%) 343,928 (23.11%) 1,488,157

OBAMA + 10.22 | OBAMA + 7.59 | CLINTON + 19.96

President '12
Barack Obama (D-Inc) 626,957 52.73%
Mitt Romney (R) 536,726 45.14%
US Senate '12
Dianne Feinstein (D-Inc) 622,781 54.41%
Elizabeth Emken (R) 521,884 45.59%
Governor '14
Jerry Brown (D-Inc) 346,419 51.07%
Neel Kashkari (R) 331,942 48.93%
President '16
Hillary Clinton (D) 735,476 56.97%
Donald Trump (R) 477,766 37.01%
President '08
Barack Obama (D-Inc) 666,581 54.26%
John McCain (R) 541,032 44.04%
Governor '10
Jerry Brown (D) 399,845 44.04%
Meg Whitman (R) 452,205 49.81%
US Senate '10
Barbara Boxer (D-Inc) 389,806 43.47%
Carly Fiorina (R) 454,301 50.66%
P30 - Jerry Brown's Temp Tax Increase
YES 551,242 47.68%
NO 604,934 52.32%
P31 - Mandate 2-Year Budget Cycle
YES 457,276 43.02%
NO 605,575 56.98%
P32 - Union/Corporate Campaign Restrictions
YES 575,194 50.74%
NO 558,485 49.26%
P33 - Auto Insurance Persistency Discounts
YES 537,388 48.14%
NO 578,894 51.86%
P34 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 516,029 45.46%
NO 619,035 54.54%
P35 - Increase Human Trafficking Penalties
YES 950,010 83.95%
NO 181,641 16.05%
P36 - Modify 3-Strikes Law
YES 767,315 68.27%
NO 356,681 31.73%
P37 - Mandatory GMO Labeling
YES 561,495 49.12%
NO 581,529 50.88%
P38 - Tax Increase for Education
YES 296,092 26.46%
NO 823,029 73.54%
P39 - Tax Increase on Multi-State Businesses
YES 614,794 56.09%
NO 481,213 43.91%
P40 - Redistricting Referendum
YES 796,633 75.67%
NO 256,183 24.33%
P1 - $7.2B Water Bond
YES 450,293 68.55%
NO 206,547 31.45%
P2 - Increase Rainy Day Fund
YES 460,366 71.52%
NO 183,284 28.48%
P45 - Public Notice for Insurance Rates
YES 242,924 37.03%
NO 413,054 62.97%
P46 - Increase Cap on Medical Damages
YES 191,854 29.23%
NO 464,414 70.77%
P47 - Criminal Code Reform
YES 368,067 55.87%
NO 290,671 44.13%
P48 - Ratify Gaming Compact
YES 256,546 40.02%
NO 384,563 59.98%
P51 - School Facilities Construction Bond
YES 679,149 54.26%
NO 572,579 45.74%
P52 - Medi-Cal Hospital Fee
YES 860,856 69.87%
NO 371,253 30.13%
P53 - Voter Approval of Revenue Bonds
YES 625,016 52.23%
NO 571,650 47.77%
P54 - Legislative Transparency
YES 787,455 65.03%
NO 423,432 34.97%
P55 - Extend Propr 30 Tax Rates
YES 756,412 60.93%
NO 485,004 39.07%
P56 - Tax on Tobacco Products
YES 810,089 63.20%
NO 471,616 36.80%
P57 - Parole/Juvenile Justice Reform
YES 832,800 67.00%
NO 410,126 33.00%
P58 - Multilingual Education
YES 900,575 72.44%
NO 342,557 27.56%
P59 - Citizens United Advisory
YES 615,460 52.82%
NO 549,674 47.18%
P60 - Mandate Condoms in Adult Films
YES 525,736 43.05%
NO 695,577 56.95%
P61 - Prescription Drug Price Control
YES 558,463 46.01%
NO 655,410 53.99%
P62 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 560,304 45.06%
NO 683,234 54.94%
P63 - Firearms & Ammunition Restrictions
YES 781,990 61.60%
NO 487,445 38.40%
P64 - Legalize Marijuana
YES 744,836 57.02%
NO 561,478 42.98%
P65 - Divert Carryout Bag Fees From Retailers
YES 598,563 48.09%
NO 646,134 51.91%
P66 - Strengthen Death Penalty
YES 632,762 53.96%
NO 539,907 46.04%
P67 - Uphold Plastic Bag Ban
YES 660,069 52.22%
NO 603,852 47.78%

The County of San Diego was established on February 18, 1850, as one of the original 27 counties of California. The newly created County covered nearly 40,000 square miles including the present counties of San Diego, Imperial, Riverside, and San Bernardino, along with the eastern portion of Inyo County. The territory comprising San Diego County was under Mexican rule from 1821 until 1846 during which time private land grants covering 948 square miles were bestowed throughout the County. The grants resulted in the formation of private ranchos, some of which are recognizable areas today, such as Rancho Santa Fe(Rancho San Dieguito), Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton (Rancho Santa Margarita y Las Flores), Rancho Santa Maria (Ramona), and Rancho El Cajon (El Cajon, Lakeside, Santee, and Bostonia). Many ranchos were transformed into incorporated cities; for example, National City and Chula Vista were formed from Rancho de la Nación. Today, the County includes 18 incorporated cities, but retains a large unincorporated area.

San Diego County, including incorporated cities, contains approximately 4,261 square miles that cover 65 miles north to south and 86 miles east to west. The County is bordered by Riverside County and Orange County to the north; Imperial County to the east; the nation of Mexico to the south; and the Pacific Ocean to the west. The County’s western portion includes 18 cities, while in the unincorporated area specifically designated sub-regions and community planning areas encompass the remainder of the County.  A majority of the land in the unincorporated area is open space or undeveloped and includes large tracts of federal, state, or regional parklands, and agricultural production areas. Residential land uses account for the majority of the developed land in the unincorporated County. Relative to the incorporated areas located near the coast, development opportunities in the unincorporated areas of the County are generally more highly constrained due to more rugged terrain, more occurrences of sensitive species and habitat; and less opportunity for the provision of infrastructure and essential services. These physical, environmental, and infrastructure considerations, particularly the limited availability of water service from the County Water Authority (CWA), and the limited availability of other urban services such as sewer, fire, and emergency services, are major factors that shape the County’s future growth and development potential.


Greg Cox
Term Limit: 2020

GREG COX (R) was first elected to the Board of Supervisors in 1994. He began his career in public service as a teacher for the Sweetwater Union High School District.  He was elected to the Chula Vista City Council and later served two terms as Mayor. A former President of the California State Association of Counties and President of the League of California Cities, he eared a bachelor's in Social Sciences and a masters in Education Administration from San Diego State University.  He is married to Cheryl Cox, the Mayor of Chula Vista, and they have two grown daughters.

2016

2016-06-07
Greg Cox San Diego County Board of Supervisors 88,495 100.00

2012

2012-06-05
Greg Cox San Diego County Supervisor 41,855 68.05
Brant Will Deputy City Attorney 19,654 31.95

2008

2008-06-03
Greg Cox San Diego County Supervisor 44,535 74.03
Howard Johnson CEO/Office Supervisor 15,627 25.97

2004

2004-03-02
Greg Cox San Diego County Supervisor 60,721 82.28
Petra E. Barajas Retired Realtor/Broker 13,076 17.72

2000

2000-03-07
Greg Cox San Diego County Supervisor 61,479 100.00

1996

1996-03-26
Greg Cox San Diego County Supervisor, 1st Dist. 40,376 100.00

SAN DIEGO County - Supervisorial District 1

TOTAL REGISTERED VOTERS: 294,446
R: 20.34% | D: 43.67% | NPP: 31.43%

D + 23.33

YEAR ADV DEM REP NPP TOTAL
O17 D + 23.33 128,592 (43.67%) 59,884 (20.34%) 92,541 (31.43%) 294,446
G16 D + 23.36 127,038 (44.39%) 60,181 (21.03%) 87,266 (30.49%) 286,209
G14 D + 18.55 109,358 (42.78%) 61,934 (24.23%) 73,005 (28.56%) 255,658
G12 D + 18.11 109,546 (43.76%) 64,205 (25.65%) 65,831 (26.30%) 250,338

OBAMA + 27.05 | CLINTON + 41.09

President '12
Barack Obama (D-Inc) 109,098 62.69%
Mitt Romney (R) 62,014 35.63%
US Senate '12
Dianne Feinstein (D-Inc) 107,823 64.10%
Elizabeth Emken (R) 60,397 35.90%
Governor '14
Jerry Brown (D-Inc) 52,861 59.82%
Neel Kashkari (R) 35,509 40.18%
President '16
Hillary Clinton (D) 142,995 67.90%
Donald Trump (R) 56,459 26.81%
P30 - Jerry Brown's Temp Tax Increase
YES 94,902 55.84%
NO 75,048 44.16%
P31 - Mandate 2-Year Budget Cycle
YES 66,205 41.55%
NO 93,128 58.45%
P32 - Union/Corporate Campaign Restrictions
YES 74,229 44.27%
NO 93,448 55.73%
P33 - Auto Insurance Persistency Discounts
YES 77,147 46.58%
NO 88,464 53.42%
P34 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 85,272 51.00%
NO 81,924 49.00%
P35 - Increase Human Trafficking Penalties
YES 143,375 85.79%
NO 23,753 14.21%
P36 - Modify 3-Strikes Law
YES 118,510 71.54%
NO 47,141 28.46%
P37 - Mandatory GMO Labeling
YES 93,715 55.95%
NO 73,774 44.05%
P38 - Tax Increase for Education
YES 54,466 32.94%
NO 110,866 67.06%
P39 - Tax Increase on Multi-State Businesses
YES 102,325 62.91%
NO 60,320 37.09%
P40 - Redistricting Referendum
YES 113,851 72.18%
NO 43,879 27.82%
P1 - $7.2B Water Bond
YES 60,600 71.22%
NO 24,489 28.78%
P2 - Increase Rainy Day Fund
YES 58,955 70.15%
NO 25,092 29.85%
P45 - Public Notice for Insurance Rates
YES 32,984 38.58%
NO 52,508 61.42%
P46 - Increase Cap on Medical Damages
YES 32,192 37.62%
NO 53,380 62.38%
P47 - Criminal Code Reform
YES 48,543 56.66%
NO 37,134 43.34%
P48 - Ratify Gaming Compact
YES 34,545 41.16%
NO 49,381 58.84%
P51 - School Facilities Construction Bond
YES 133,158 64.90%
NO 72,028 35.10%
P52 - Medi-Cal Hospital Fee
YES 147,374 72.34%
NO 56,349 27.66%
P53 - Voter Approval of Revenue Bonds
YES 108,817 55.18%
NO 88,384 44.82%
P54 - Legislative Transparency
YES 129,942 65.19%
NO 69,400 34.81%
P55 - Extend Propr 30 Tax Rates
YES 141,988 69.79%
NO 61,466 30.21%
P56 - Tax on Tobacco Products
YES 142,975 68.88%
NO 64,595 31.12%
P57 - Parole/Juvenile Justice Reform
YES 143,247 70.78%
NO 59,126 29.22%
P58 - Multilingual Education
YES 161,155 79.62%
NO 41,239 20.38%
P59 - Citizens United Advisory
YES 101,837 52.97%
NO 90,429 47.03%
P60 - Mandate Condoms in Adult Films
YES 108,756 54.60%
NO 90,428 45.40%
P61 - Prescription Drug Price Control
YES 100,387 50.39%
NO 98,821 49.61%
P62 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 95,707 47.58%
NO 105,434 52.42%
P63 - Firearms & Ammunition Restrictions
YES 141,683 69.23%
NO 62,977 30.77%
P64 - Legalize Marijuana
YES 111,191 52.68%
NO 99,860 47.32%
P65 - Divert Carryout Bag Fees From Retailers
YES 106,429 52.57%
NO 96,031 47.43%
P66 - Strengthen Death Penalty
YES 104,979 54.24%
NO 88,584 45.76%
P67 - Uphold Plastic Bag Ban
YES 111,403 54.40%
NO 93,375 45.60%


Dianne Jacob
Term Limit: 2020

DIANNE JACOB (R) was first elected to the Board of Supervisors in 1992. Prior to her election, Jacob was a teacher in the East County and a member of the Jamul-Dulzura Union School District Board for 17 years.  She was active in the California School Boards Association and served as its President in 1987. A 3rd-generation Californian and San Diego native, she holds a bachelor's in elementary education from San Diego State University.  She resides in Jamul with her husband, Paul.  They have one adult son.

2016

2016-06-07
Dianne Jacob San Diego County Supervisor 104,308 73.14
Rudy Reyes Archaeologist/Educator 38,304 26.86

2012

2012-06-05
Dianne Jacob San Diego County Supervisor 87,422 77.84
Rudy Reyes Reverend/Scientist/Archeologist 24,886 22.16

2008

2008-06-03
Dianne Jacob San Diego County Supervisor 69,753 77.69
Rudy Reyes Educator/Scientist/Archaeologist 20,035 22.31

2004

2004-03-02
Dianne Jacob San Diego County Supervisor 114,688 100.00

2000

2000-03-07
Dianne Jacob San Diego County Supervisor 84,505 61.52
Art Madrid Mayor, La Mesa 32,482 23.65
Florence L. McCarthy Health Administrator/Educator 11,729 8.54
John L. Hammerstrand Environment Health Specialist 8,637 6.29

1996

1996-03-26
Dianne Jacob San Diego County Supervisor 58,345 56.00
Bonnie Kibbee Businesswoman/Rancher 18,876 18.12
Dan McMillan Dir., Padre Dam Munic. Water Dist. 16,032 15.39
John M. Pavin Businessman/Educator 6,100 5.85
Thomas F. La Madrid County Equipment Operator 4,837 4.64

SAN DIEGO County - Supervisorial District 2

TOTAL REGISTERED VOTERS: 353,452
R: 37.28% | D: 31.69% | NPP: 25.04%

R + 5.59

YEAR ADV DEM REP NPP TOTAL
O17 R + 5.59 111,995 (31.69%) 131,779 (37.28%) 88,489 (25.04%) 353,452
G16 R + 6.47 111,519 (31.92%) 134,105 (38.39%) 84,087 (24.07%) 349,318
G14 R + 8.46 104,294 (30.85%) 132,872 (39.31%) 80,998 (23.96%) 338,042
G12 R + 9.00 107,653 (31.50%) 138,402 (40.50%) 76,779 (22.47%) 341,749

ROMNEY + 10.76 | TRUMP + 4.59

President '12
Barack Obama (D-Inc) 115,114 43.59%
Mitt Romney (R) 143,540 54.35%
US Senate '12
Dianne Feinstein (D-Inc) 117,329 46.04%
Elizabeth Emken (R) 137,510 53.96%
Governor '14
Jerry Brown (D-Inc) 63,236 41.59%
Neel Kashkari (R) 88,801 58.41%
President '16
Hillary Clinton (D) 123,133 44.76%
Donald Trump (R) 135,759 49.35%
P30 - Jerry Brown's Temp Tax Increase
YES 105,387 41.01%
NO 151,592 58.99%
P31 - Mandate 2-Year Budget Cycle
YES 103,095 43.44%
NO 134,227 56.56%
P32 - Union/Corporate Campaign Restrictions
YES 136,811 54.01%
NO 116,481 45.99%
P33 - Auto Insurance Persistency Discounts
YES 124,535 50.12%
NO 123,928 49.88%
P34 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 97,586 38.61%
NO 155,134 61.39%
P35 - Increase Human Trafficking Penalties
YES 209,997 83.50%
NO 41,484 16.50%
P36 - Modify 3-Strikes Law
YES 157,877 63.08%
NO 92,414 36.92%
P37 - Mandatory GMO Labeling
YES 106,473 41.93%
NO 147,449 58.07%
P38 - Tax Increase for Education
YES 56,836 22.78%
NO 192,630 77.22%
P39 - Tax Increase on Multi-State Businesses
YES 119,646 49.06%
NO 124,236 50.94%
P40 - Redistricting Referendum
YES 174,569 74.32%
NO 60,324 25.68%
P1 - $7.2B Water Bond
YES 91,426 61.72%
NO 56,696 38.28%
P2 - Increase Rainy Day Fund
YES 97,835 67.29%
NO 47,557 32.71%
P45 - Public Notice for Insurance Rates
YES 44,613 30.19%
NO 103,138 69.81%
P46 - Increase Cap on Medical Damages
YES 38,659 26.12%
NO 109,365 73.88%
P47 - Criminal Code Reform
YES 71,652 48.29%
NO 76,741 51.71%
P48 - Ratify Gaming Compact
YES 50,249 34.59%
NO 95,028 65.41%
P51 - School Facilities Construction Bond
YES 128,267 48.15%
NO 138,100 51.85%
P52 - Medi-Cal Hospital Fee
YES 173,486 66.18%
NO 88,639 33.82%
P53 - Voter Approval of Revenue Bonds
YES 136,818 53.62%
NO 118,331 46.38%
P54 - Legislative Transparency
YES 167,900 65.14%
NO 89,862 34.86%
P55 - Extend Propr 30 Tax Rates
YES 145,946 55.39%
NO 117,548 44.61%
P56 - Tax on Tobacco Products
YES 147,721 54.13%
NO 125,163 45.87%
P57 - Parole/Juvenile Justice Reform
YES 159,536 60.37%
NO 104,749 39.63%
P58 - Multilingual Education
YES 174,917 66.36%
NO 88,663 33.64%
P59 - Citizens United Advisory
YES 113,128 45.86%
NO 133,531 54.14%
P60 - Mandate Condoms in Adult Films
YES 105,142 40.55%
NO 154,149 59.45%
P61 - Prescription Drug Price Control
YES 104,661 40.40%
NO 154,377 59.60%
P62 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 98,226 37.05%
NO 166,907 62.95%
P63 - Firearms & Ammunition Restrictions
YES 133,814 49.58%
NO 136,056 50.42%
P64 - Legalize Marijuana
YES 147,294 52.86%
NO 131,329 47.14%
P65 - Divert Carryout Bag Fees From Retailers
YES 110,271 41.70%
NO 154,188 58.30%
P66 - Strengthen Death Penalty
YES 143,185 57.11%
NO 107,545 42.89%
P67 - Uphold Plastic Bag Ban
YES 116,124 43.19%
NO 152,726 56.81%


Kristin Gaspar
Term Limit: 2024

KRISTIN GASPAR (R) was elected to the San Diego County Board of Supervisors in 2016, narrowly unseating incumbent Dave Roberts by 1,272 votes in a 50.28%/49.72% contest. Roberts had been embroiled in controversy after the Board paid out $310,000 to settle claims made by former employees alleging inappropriate use of County funds, promoting a hostile work environment, realiation against staff members, and several other issues. Prior to her election, she served on the Encinitas City Council, first winning election in 2010 as the youngest person ever elected to the council.  She is the CFO for Gaspar Doctors of Physical Therapy, which opened in Encinitas in 1994 and is owned and operated by her husband, Paul, a former director of the California Physical Therapy Association. She holds a bachelor's in Journalism from Arizona State University.  She and her husband reside in Encinitas.

2016

2016-11-08
Kristin Gaspar Encinitas Mayor/Businesswoman 115,295 50.28
Dave Roberts County Supervisor, District 3 114,023 49.72
2016-06-07
Dave Roberts County Supervisor, District No. 3 53,148 38.79
Kristin Gaspar Encinitas Mayor/Businesswoman 46,985 34.29
Sam Abed Mayor/Business Owner 36,899 26.93

2012

2012-11-06
Dave Roberts Deputy Mayor/CEO 98,513 51.14
Steve Danon Chief of Staff 94,130 48.86
2012-06-05
Steve Danon Chief of Staff 33,093 33.92
Dave Roberts Deputy Mayor/CEO 30,718 31.49
Carl Hilliard Mayor of Del Mar 19,276 19.76
Bryan M. Ziegler Deputy County Counsel 8,425 8.64
Stephen Pate Transportation Driver Captain 6,045 6.20

2008

2008-06-03
Pam Slater-Price San Diego County Supervisor 67,141 70.42
John Van Doorn Engineer/Consultant 28,199 29.58

2004

2004-03-02
Pam Slater San Diego County Supervisor 109,295 100.00

2000

2000-03-07
Pam Slater County Supervisor, District 3 92,310 61.75
Marion B. Dodson Solana Beach Mayor/Businesswoman 35,443 23.71
Ken Bourke Engineer/Teacher/Realtor 21,743 14.54

1996

1996-03-26
Pam Slater County Supervisor - 3rd District 84,695 74.71
Ken Bourke Engineer/Teacher/Realtor 28,673 25.29

SAN DIEGO County - Supervisorial District 3

TOTAL REGISTERED VOTERS: 339,834
R: 31.62% | D: 33.52% | NPP: 29.75%

D + 1.90

YEAR ADV DEM REP NPP TOTAL
O17 D + 1.90 113,909 (33.52%) 107,443 (31.62%) 101,085 (29.75%) 339,834
G16 D + 0.77 113,733 (33.47%) 111,105 (32.70%) 98,716 (29.05%) 339,798
G14 R + 4.59 98,641 (30.80%) 113,343 (35.39%) 92,308 (28.82%) 320,273
G12 R + 5.58 101,874 (31.25%) 120,048 (36.83%) 88,775 (27.23%) 325,992

OBAMA + 2.61 | CLINTON + 20.07

President '12
Barack Obama (D-Inc) 129,877 50.29%
Mitt Romney (R) 123,144 47.68%
US Senate '12
Dianne Feinstein (D-Inc) 129,864 52.27%
Elizabeth Emken (R) 118,587 47.73%
Governor '14
Jerry Brown (D-Inc) 81,207 50.81%
Neel Kashkari (R) 78,603 49.19%
President '16
Hillary Clinton (D) 155,752 57.03%
Donald Trump (R) 100,927 36.95%
P30 - Jerry Brown's Temp Tax Increase
YES 113,496 45.31%
NO 137,007 54.69%
P31 - Mandate 2-Year Budget Cycle
YES 103,771 45.44%
NO 124,622 54.56%
P32 - Union/Corporate Campaign Restrictions
YES 131,781 53.82%
NO 113,063 46.18%
P33 - Auto Insurance Persistency Discounts
YES 120,990 50.21%
NO 119,993 49.79%
P34 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 109,780 44.75%
NO 135,519 55.25%
P35 - Increase Human Trafficking Penalties
YES 205,878 84.18%
NO 38,677 15.82%
P36 - Modify 3-Strikes Law
YES 162,309 66.82%
NO 80,599 33.18%
P37 - Mandatory GMO Labeling
YES 117,658 47.48%
NO 130,155 52.52%
P38 - Tax Increase for Education
YES 58,536 24.18%
NO 183,527 75.82%
P39 - Tax Increase on Multi-State Businesses
YES 129,391 54.55%
NO 107,814 45.45%
P40 - Redistricting Referendum
YES 177,006 78.38%
NO 48,833 21.62%
P1 - $7.2B Water Bond
YES 108,180 70.30%
NO 45,714 29.70%
P2 - Increase Rainy Day Fund
YES 110,945 73.66%
NO 39,668 26.34%
P45 - Public Notice for Insurance Rates
YES 58,808 38.27%
NO 94,878 61.73%
P46 - Increase Cap on Medical Damages
YES 42,936 27.97%
NO 110,572 72.03%
P47 - Criminal Code Reform
YES 86,958 56.48%
NO 67,014 43.52%
P48 - Ratify Gaming Compact
YES 59,692 40.05%
NO 89,354 59.95%
P51 - School Facilities Construction Bond
YES 136,178 51.38%
NO 128,876 48.62%
P52 - Medi-Cal Hospital Fee
YES 181,136 69.77%
NO 78,490 30.23%
P53 - Voter Approval of Revenue Bonds
YES 129,994 51.23%
NO 123,729 48.77%
P54 - Legislative Transparency
YES 166,928 65.15%
NO 89,293 34.85%
P55 - Extend Propr 30 Tax Rates
YES 150,743 57.31%
NO 112,290 42.69%
P56 - Tax on Tobacco Products
YES 180,327 66.12%
NO 92,404 33.88%
P57 - Parole/Juvenile Justice Reform
YES 174,772 66.35%
NO 88,650 33.65%
P58 - Multilingual Education
YES 186,603 70.57%
NO 77,836 29.43%
P59 - Citizens United Advisory
YES 132,865 53.96%
NO 113,359 46.04%
P60 - Mandate Condoms in Adult Films
YES 103,355 39.97%
NO 155,233 60.03%
P61 - Prescription Drug Price Control
YES 116,886 45.53%
NO 139,827 54.47%
P62 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 121,512 45.98%
NO 142,764 54.02%
P63 - Firearms & Ammunition Restrictions
YES 173,482 64.11%
NO 97,113 35.89%
P64 - Legalize Marijuana
YES 154,677 55.76%
NO 122,726 44.24%
P65 - Divert Carryout Bag Fees From Retailers
YES 128,910 48.77%
NO 135,390 51.23%
P66 - Strengthen Death Penalty
YES 132,940 53.85%
NO 113,932 46.15%
P67 - Uphold Plastic Bag Ban
YES 145,188 54.05%
NO 123,411 45.95%


Ron Roberts
Term Limit: 2018

RON ROBERTS (R) was first elected to the Board of Supervisors in 1994.  Prior to his election, he served two terms on the San Diego City Council.  A Massachusetts native, his family moved to Linda Vista and lived in public housing for a time. After working through college as a supermarket clerk, he hearned a bachelor's from San Diego State University and a master's in Architecture from UC-Berkeley.  He embarked on a 20-year career in architecture, spending most of that time as managing partner of a San Diego based firm. He volunteered for numerous civic positions, and eventually landed on the San Diego Planning Commission as chair. He resides in San Diego with his wife, Helene, a former school teacher and director of community relations for UCSD Mdical Center.  They have three grown daughters, and several grandchildren.

2014

2014-06-03
Ron Roberts San Diego County Supervisor 68,581 100.00

2010

2010-11-02
Ron Roberts San Diego County Supervisor 78,541 56.85
Stephen Whitburn Community Health Educator 59,609 43.15
2010-06-08
Ron Roberts San Diego County Supervisor 38,522 47.51
Stephen Whitburn Community Health Educator 18,124 22.35
Shelia L. Jackson San Diego Unified School Board Trustee 14,689 18.12
Margaret Moody Retired School Teacher 6,209 7.66
Juan Del Rio Housing Counselor 3,530 4.35

2006

2006-06-06
Ron Roberts San Diego County Supervisor 45,895 60.53
Richard Barrera Public Policy Director 21,891 28.87
James Byron Hart Operations Director 8,041 10.60

2002

2002-03-05
Ron Roberts San Diego County Supervisor 60,207 100.00

SAN DIEGO County - Supervisorial District 4

TOTAL REGISTERED VOTERS: 355,394
R: 19.81% | D: 44.18% | NPP: 30.19%

D + 24.37

YEAR ADV DEM REP NPP TOTAL
O17 D + 24.37 157,015 (44.18%) 70,399 (19.81%) 107,306 (30.19%) 355,394
G16 D + 24.19 158,893 (44.67%) 72,850 (20.48%) 104,953 (29.50%) 355,719
G14 D + 19.74 139,645 (42.11%) 74,197 (22.37%) 98,406 (29.67%) 331,622
G12 D + 19.80 147,730 (43.26%) 80,117 (23.46%) 94,358 (27.63%) 341,473

OBAMA + 35.37 | CLINTON + 44.68

President '12
Barack Obama (D-Inc) 169,416 66.37%
Mitt Romney (R) 79,132 31.00%
US Senate '12
Dianne Feinstein (D-Inc) 166,290 68.08%
Elizabeth Emken (R) 77,965 31.92%
Governor '14
Jerry Brown (D-Inc) 91,902 65.25%
Neel Kashkari (R) 48,950 34.75%
President '16
Hillary Clinton (D) 189,099 69.05%
Donald Trump (R) 66,744 24.37%
P30 - Jerry Brown's Temp Tax Increase
YES 144,776 58.53%
NO 102,567 41.47%
P31 - Mandate 2-Year Budget Cycle
YES 88,930 39.62%
NO 135,544 60.38%
P32 - Union/Corporate Campaign Restrictions
YES 103,530 43.02%
NO 137,149 56.98%
P33 - Auto Insurance Persistency Discounts
YES 98,812 41.55%
NO 139,002 58.45%
P34 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 134,368 55.34%
NO 108,454 44.66%
P35 - Increase Human Trafficking Penalties
YES 198,569 82.15%
NO 43,152 17.85%
P36 - Modify 3-Strikes Law
YES 181,944 75.67%
NO 58,510 24.33%
P37 - Mandatory GMO Labeling
YES 141,327 57.71%
NO 103,563 42.29%
P38 - Tax Increase for Education
YES 74,707 31.39%
NO 163,297 68.61%
P39 - Tax Increase on Multi-State Businesses
YES 150,777 64.91%
NO 81,497 35.09%
P40 - Redistricting Referendum
YES 171,905 76.90%
NO 51,652 23.10%
P1 - $7.2B Water Bond
YES 101,817 74.90%
NO 34,126 25.10%
P2 - Increase Rainy Day Fund
YES 99,164 75.12%
NO 32,846 24.88%
P45 - Public Notice for Insurance Rates
YES 63,114 46.60%
NO 72,336 53.40%
P46 - Increase Cap on Medical Damages
YES 42,737 31.54%
NO 92,765 68.46%
P47 - Criminal Code Reform
YES 91,512 66.94%
NO 45,194 33.06%
P48 - Ratify Gaming Compact
YES 61,624 46.80%
NO 70,061 53.20%
P51 - School Facilities Construction Bond
YES 157,061 59.71%
NO 105,975 40.29%
P52 - Medi-Cal Hospital Fee
YES 195,645 75.59%
NO 63,192 24.41%
P53 - Voter Approval of Revenue Bonds
YES 118,185 47.22%
NO 132,120 52.78%
P54 - Legislative Transparency
YES 162,520 63.84%
NO 92,044 36.16%
P55 - Extend Propr 30 Tax Rates
YES 181,691 69.32%
NO 80,406 30.68%
P56 - Tax on Tobacco Products
YES 188,765 69.48%
NO 82,934 30.52%
P57 - Parole/Juvenile Justice Reform
YES 200,249 76.02%
NO 63,178 23.98%
P58 - Multilingual Education
YES 209,227 79.64%
NO 53,500 20.36%
P59 - Citizens United Advisory
YES 153,685 62.44%
NO 92,440 37.56%
P60 - Mandate Condoms in Adult Films
YES 106,769 41.00%
NO 153,623 59.00%
P61 - Prescription Drug Price Control
YES 131,441 51.52%
NO 123,682 48.48%
P62 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 145,622 55.25%
NO 117,950 44.75%
P63 - Firearms & Ammunition Restrictions
YES 192,608 71.38%
NO 77,211 28.62%
P64 - Legalize Marijuana
YES 187,304 67.76%
NO 89,103 32.24%
P65 - Divert Carryout Bag Fees From Retailers
YES 136,607 52.10%
NO 125,612 47.90%
P66 - Strengthen Death Penalty
YES 116,772 47.74%
NO 127,826 52.26%
P67 - Uphold Plastic Bag Ban
YES 165,301 61.89%
NO 101,790 38.11%


Bill Horn
Term Limit: 2018

BILL HORN (R) was first elected to the Board of Supervisors in 1994.  Born in San Diego and raised in Pacific Beach, he graduated from San Diego State University.  A student organizer and civil rights activist for CORE, Horn worked as a reporter for the Business Extension Bureau and as a pilot for Gibbs Aviation during college. Following his graduation, he enlisted in the USMC and was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant. He completed his military service at the rank of Captain, winning a Bronze Star, a Purple Heart, and numerous other decorations. After the fall of Saigon, Horn began sponsoring what eventually numbered over twenty Vietnamese refugee families.  In the mid-80s, Horn spent time in Israel as an agricultural and financial advisor to a kibbutz.  He has served as Board member of the San Diego County Farm Bureau and as a member of the 76th Assembly District Education Committee. In 2000 he made an unsuccessful run for the US Senate, finishing 3rd in the March Republican primary with 15% of the vote. He resides in Valley Center with his wife, Kathy. They have three children.
 

2014

2014-06-03
Bill Horn San Diego County Supervisor/Rancher 38,149 51.69
Jim Wood Mayor of Oceanside 35,654 48.31

2010

2010-11-02
Bill Horn San Diego County Supervisor/Rancher 86,102 53.12
Steve Gronke City of Vista Councilman/Teacher 75,985 46.88
2010-06-08
Bill Horn San Diego County Supervisor/Rancher 46,943 47.42
Steve Gronke Vista Councilmember/Teacher 20,908 21.12
Tom Bumgardner Farmer 13,583 13.72
John Van Doorn Engineer 12,745 12.88
Fabio Marchi Engineer/Broker/Contractor 4,806 4.86

2006

2006-06-06
Bill Horn San Diego County Supervisor/Rancher 50,709 52.78
Bruce Thompson Regional Business Administrator 45,368 47.22

2002

2002-03-05
Bill Horn Supervisor/Rancher/Businessman 43,475 53.43
Kevin Barnard Police Detective 23,209 28.52
Patsy Fritz Avocado Grower/Businesswoman 14,687 18.05

1998

1998-11-03
Bill Horn Escondido City Councilmember 70,170 56.35
Jerry Harmon Supervisor 54,363 43.65

SAN DIEGO County - Supervisorial District 5

TOTAL REGISTERED VOTERS: 319,542
R: 37.12% | D: 30.42% | NPP: 26.56%

R + 6.70

YEAR ADV DEM REP NPP TOTAL
O17 R + 6.70 97,209 (30.42%) 118,627 (37.12%) 84,872 (26.56%) 319,542
G16 R + 7.80 98,132 (30.52%) 123,224 (38.32%) 82,500 (25.66%) 321,526
G14 R + 13.06 84,362 (28.00%) 123,732 (41.06%) 76,183 (25.28%) 301,329
G12 R + 14.73 85,128 (28.04%) 129,813 (42.77%) 72,472 (23.88%) 303,541

ROMNEY + 10.72 | CLINTON + 2.56

President '12
Barack Obama (D-Inc) 103,452 43.59%
Mitt Romney (R) 128,896 54.32%
US Senate '12
Dianne Feinstein (D-Inc) 101,475 44.33%
Elizabeth Emken (R) 127,425 55.67%
Governor '14
Jerry Brown (D-Inc) 57,213 41.67%
Neel Kashkari (R) 80,079 58.33%
President '16
Hillary Clinton (D) 124,497 48.18%
Donald Trump (R) 117,877 45.61%
P30 - Jerry Brown's Temp Tax Increase
YES 92,681 40.05%
NO 138,720 59.95%
P31 - Mandate 2-Year Budget Cycle
YES 95,275 44.66%
NO 118,054 55.34%
P32 - Union/Corporate Campaign Restrictions
YES 128,843 56.71%
NO 98,344 43.29%
P33 - Auto Insurance Persistency Discounts
YES 115,904 51.88%
NO 107,507 48.12%
P34 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 89,023 39.21%
NO 138,004 60.79%
P35 - Increase Human Trafficking Penalties
YES 192,191 84.75%
NO 34,575 15.25%
P36 - Modify 3-Strikes Law
YES 146,675 65.28%
NO 78,017 34.72%
P37 - Mandatory GMO Labeling
YES 102,322 44.70%
NO 126,588 55.30%
P38 - Tax Increase for Education
YES 51,547 22.99%
NO 172,709 77.01%
P39 - Tax Increase on Multi-State Businesses
YES 112,655 51.21%
NO 107,346 48.79%
P40 - Redistricting Referendum
YES 159,302 75.57%
NO 51,495 24.43%
P1 - $7.2B Water Bond
YES 88,270 65.98%
NO 45,522 34.02%
P2 - Increase Rainy Day Fund
YES 93,467 71.03%
NO 38,121 28.97%
P45 - Public Notice for Insurance Rates
YES 43,405 32.49%
NO 90,194 67.51%
P46 - Increase Cap on Medical Damages
YES 35,330 26.43%
NO 98,332 73.57%
P47 - Criminal Code Reform
YES 69,402 51.80%
NO 64,588 48.20%
P48 - Ratify Gaming Compact
YES 50,436 38.45%
NO 80,739 61.55%
P51 - School Facilities Construction Bond
YES 124,485 49.38%
NO 127,600 50.62%
P52 - Medi-Cal Hospital Fee
YES 163,215 65.87%
NO 84,583 34.13%
P53 - Voter Approval of Revenue Bonds
YES 131,202 54.60%
NO 109,086 45.40%
P54 - Legislative Transparency
YES 160,165 65.91%
NO 82,833 34.09%
P55 - Extend Propr 30 Tax Rates
YES 136,044 54.56%
NO 113,294 45.44%
P56 - Tax on Tobacco Products
YES 150,301 58.52%
NO 106,520 41.48%
P57 - Parole/Juvenile Justice Reform
YES 154,996 62.14%
NO 94,423 37.86%
P58 - Multilingual Education
YES 168,673 67.47%
NO 81,319 32.53%
P59 - Citizens United Advisory
YES 113,945 48.72%
NO 119,915 51.28%
P60 - Mandate Condoms in Adult Films
YES 101,714 41.71%
NO 142,144 58.29%
P61 - Prescription Drug Price Control
YES 105,088 43.11%
NO 138,703 56.89%
P62 - Eliminate Death Penalty
YES 99,237 39.79%
NO 150,179 60.21%
P63 - Firearms & Ammunition Restrictions
YES 140,403 55.17%
NO 114,088 44.83%
P64 - Legalize Marijuana
YES 144,370 54.93%
NO 118,460 45.07%
P65 - Divert Carryout Bag Fees From Retailers
YES 116,346 46.31%
NO 134,913 53.69%
P66 - Strengthen Death Penalty
YES 134,886 56.94%
NO 102,020 43.06%
P67 - Uphold Plastic Bag Ban
YES 122,053 47.94%
NO 132,550 52.06%
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