(with 5000 county-wide votes still to be counted as of 3/25/20)
Measure G, the Marisol Specific Plan Initiative, failed decisively with 1,395 No votes (59.19%), and 962 Yes votes (40.81%).
County Supervisor, District 3: Incumbent Kristin Gaspar appears to be heading for trouble in the November election, winning 42.89% of the open primary vote, while the two Democrats in the race won a combined 57.11%, with Sandpiper-endorsed Terra Lawson-Remer garnering 31.21% for a place on the November ballot to challenge Gaspar. Lawson-Remer and Olga Diaz, the other Democrat on the open primary ballot, each pledged before Election Day to endorse whichever one of them won the most votes.
49th Congressional District: Incumbent Mike Levin (D) performed strongly, winning 59.89% of the San Diego County portion of the vote, which offset the edge Orange County voters gave to Republican Brian Maryott. Across the entire district, Levin won 56.4% of the vote. That 12.87% margin over Maryott will likely bump this race farther down on the National Republican Congressional Committee’s list of November targets.