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Congressional candidate Ammar Campa Najjar was interviewed by local media Tuesday night after he appeared headed to a Nov. 3 runoff election to represent District 50.

Final results from the 2020 Primary elections are yet to be finalized but by Wednesday morning the San Diego County Registrar of Voters had counted enough votes to offer a glimpse as to which candidates and measures were on their way to victory. Below are the results as of press time, with the number of votes followed by a percentage breakdown  The next election is Nov. 3.

50th Congressional District

After a December guilty plea in federal court to misusing campaign funds, Duncan Hunter opted not to run for another term in Congress. The top two vote winners in the race move on to a November general election.

•Ammar Campa Najjar

38,768 votes/ 34.93%

• Darrell Issa

26,529 votes/ 23.90%

• Carl DeMaio

23,624 votes/ 21.29%

• Brian Jones

12,550 votes/ 11.31%

• Marisa Calderon

5,320 votes/ 4.79%

• Nathan “Nate” Wilkins

2,213 votes/ 1.99%

• Jose Cortes

695 votes/ 0.63%

• Helen Horvath

617 votes/ 0.56%

• Henry Ota

470 votes/ 0.42% 

• Lucinda KWH Jahn

202 votes/ 0.18%

STATE ASSEMBLY

DISTRICT 71

The top two vote winners in the race move on to a November general election.

• Randy Voepel

44,478 votes/ 63.28%

• Liz “Elizabeth” Lavertuliz”

25,811 votes/ 36.72%

Grossmont-Cuyamaca College District Trustee Area 3

• Julie Schorr

6,071 votes/ 74.76% 

• Bartosz “Bartek” Murawski

2,050votes/ 25.24%

Grossmont-Cuyamaca College District Trustee Area 3

• Julie Schorr

6,071 votes/ 74.76% 

• Bartosz “Bartek” Murawski

2,050votes/ 25.24%

Grossmont-Cuyamaca College District Trustee Area 4

• Elena Adams

8,992 votes/ 56.81% 

• Jordan Gascon

6,835 votes/ 43.19%

SAN DIEGO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS District 2

Longtime County Supervisor Diane Jacob is termed out, leaving her seat open to a runoff between the top two finalists.

• Joel Anderson

38,025 votes/ 37.47%

• Steve Vaus

33,349 votes/ 32.87% 

• Kenya Taylor

23,350 votes/ 23.01% 

• Brian Sesko

6,747 votes/ 6.65%

STATE PROPOSITION 13

Authorizes $15 billion in state general obligation bonds for construction and modernization of public education facilities.

• No

276,192 votes/ 56.84% 

• Yes

209,710 votes/ 43.16%

SAN DIEGO COUNTY

MEASURE a

Shall this initiative be adopted for the purpose of amending the San Diego County General Plan to require voter approval for General Plan amendments that increase residential density for property designated by the General Plan as Semi-Rural or Rural?

• No 241,880 votes/ 51%

• Yes 232,427 votes/ 49%

SAN DIEGO COUNTY

MEASURE B

Shall the San Diego County General Plan Amendment PDS2015-GPA-15-001 approved by the Board of Supervisors for the development of the Newland Sierra Project, be approved? The existing General Plan allows 99 homes and up to 2,000,000 square feet of commercial with open space. General Plan Amendment PDS2015-GPA-15-001 would authorize up to 2,199 homes and 1,777,684 square feet of commercial.  The  approved  Newland  Sierra  Project  includes  a  planned  community  of  2,135  homes,  a  school site, 81,000 square feet of retail, 36 acres of parks and 1,209 acres of open space

• No

241,880 votes/ 51%

• Yes 232,427 votes/ 49%

CAJON VALLEY UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT

To upgrade fire alarms and emergency communication systems; replace aging portables with permanent classrooms  throughout  the  District;  and  qualify  the  District  for  state  matching  funds;  shall  Cajon  Valley  Union  School  District’s  measure  authorizing  $220  million  of  bonds  be  adopted  with  legal  rates,  yearly  average levies less than $26 per $100,000 of assessed valuation while bonds are outstanding (generating an  average  of  $12.1  million  dollars  per  year),  annual  audits,  independent  oversight  and  no  estimated  increase in current tax rates?

• Bonds No

12,301 votes/ 55.65% 

• Bonds Yes

9,803/ 44.35%

Lakeside union

school district

To increase student safety and school security; repair aging classrooms and schools including outdated plumbing,  electrical  wiring,  roofs  and  heating/  air  conditioning;  replace  portables  with  permanent  classrooms;  renovate  classrooms  and  qualify  for  State  matching  funds,  shall  Lakeside  Union  School  District’s measure authorizing $33 million of bonds with annual audits, legal rates, projected yearly levies less than $0.03 per $100 of assessed valuation while bonds are outstanding (generating $2.2 million per year) and taxpayer oversight be approved?

• Bonds No

4,593 votes/ 60.23% 

• Bonds Yes

3,033 votes/ 39.77%