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15Dec/080

San Diego County Proposition 4 Results by Community

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This post is part of a multi-post series breaking down the San Diego County 2008 General Election vote totals in several different contests including the presidential and state proposition election totals. The data was taken from the San Diego County Registrar of Voter's office and converted/analyzed to produce the reports. To view other posts, please browse my blog using my San Diego Politics category. Once all of the posts are completed, then I will post an index to each post.

The term "community" is used to describe a place within the City of San Diego boundary. The term "unincorporated" means that the place is not a city (corporated). Unincorporated areas include many towns and villages.

First, each of the San Diego County cities are listed with their vote totals. Next, the City of San Diego vote total is broken down into each community. Finally, the "Unincorporated Areas" (which is listed as a total under cities) is broken down into towns and villages.

Contest Overview

In California, Proposition 4 failed statewide with Yes 48.00% and No 52.00%. In San Diego County, Proposition 4 received Yes 52.75% and No 47.25% votes.

Here’s the breakdown for California Proposition 4 - Waiting Period and Parental Notification Before Termination of Minor’s Pregnancy.


Proposition 4 By City

  No Yes
Carlsbad 49.20% 50.80%
Chula Vista 37.98% 62.02%
Coronado 45.29% 54.71%
Del Mar 66.96% 33.04%
El Cajon 40.41% 59.59%
Encinitas 60.49% 39.51%
Escondido 39.50% 60.50%
Imperial Beach 46.34% 53.66%
La Mesa 50.25% 49.75%
Lemon Grove 41.61% 58.39%
National City 36.96% 63.04%
Oceanside 43.47% 56.53%
Poway 43.64% 56.36%
San Diego 52.75% 47.25%
San Marcos 42.28% 57.72%
Santee 41.99% 58.01%
Solana Beach 58.48% 41.52%
Unincorporated Area 40.03% 59.97%
Vista 42.92% 57.08%

 

City of San Diego Communities Results

  No Yes
Boulevard 40.47% 59.53%
Centre City 58.29% 41.71%
Chollas Park 41.58% 58.42%
City Heights 48.37% 51.63%
Clairemont 52.77% 47.23%
Del Mar Heights 58.65% 41.35%
Encanto 38.19% 61.81%
Golden Hill 61.38% 38.62%
Harbor 49.32% 50.68%
Hillcrest 75.19% 24.81%
La Jolla 59.56% 40.44%
La Playa 53.00% 47.00%
Linda Vista 49.72% 50.28%
Loma Portal 54.29% 45.71%
Middletown 64.81% 35.19%
Midway Old Town 56.41% 43.59%
Mira Mesa 43.49% 56.51%
Mission Bay 63.47% 36.53%
Mission Hills 66.84% 33.16%
Mission Valley 58.59% 41.41%
Montezuma 63.19% 36.81%
Montgomery 52.73% 47.27%
Navajo 49.92% 50.08%
Nestor 35.74% 64.26%
Normal Heights 60.59% 39.41%
North Park 68.99% 31.01%
Ocean Beach 69.08% 30.92%
Otay 36.26% 63.74%
Pacific Beach 64.67% 35.33%
Paradise Hills 35.17% 64.83%
Pomerado 47.16% 52.84%
Rancho Bernardo 43.29% 56.71%
Rancho Penasquitos 46.63% 53.37%
Rolando Redwood 48.38% 51.62%
San Carlos 48.06% 51.94%
San Diego (Vote By Mail) 44.91% 55.09%
San Ysidro 33.98% 66.02%
SDSU 72.80% 27.20%
SE San Diego 40.32% 59.68%
Serra Mesa 47.45% 52.55%
South Park 69.53% 30.47%
Tierrasanta 49.82% 50.18%
UCSD 70.96% 29.04%
University 62.98% 37.02%

 

Unincorporated Area Results

Alpine 37.52% 62.48%
Ballena 41.71% 58.29%
Bonita 41.19% 58.81%
Bonsall 37.64% 62.36%
Borrego Springs 48.50% 51.50%
Bostonia 38.68% 61.32%
Buena 43.13% 56.87%
Campo 35.96% 64.04%
Crest 39.71% 60.29%
Dehesa 40.78% 59.22%
Del Dios 41.14% 58.86%
Descanso 37.46% 62.54%
Elfin Forest 56.99% 43.01%
Fairbanks Ranch 43.91% 56.09%
Fallbrook 38.05% 61.95%
Foothill 45.89% 54.11%
Harbison Canyon 41.88% 58.12%
Helix 47.59% 52.41%
Hidden Meadows 37.49% 62.51%
Jacumba 34.64% 65.36%
Jamacha 37.45% 62.55%
Jamul 39.90% 60.10%
Julian 47.35% 52.65%
Lake Morena 37.78% 62.22%
Lake San Marcos 40.00% 60.00%
Lakeside 39.05% 60.95%
Lakeview Flinn 37.85% 62.15%
Lincoln Acres 37.78% 62.22%
Lomas Santa Fe 62.02% 37.98%
Oak Grove 38.56% 61.44%
Pala 38.89% 61.11%
Pauma Valley 42.59% 57.41%
Potrero 35.06% 64.94%
Rainbow 45.33% 54.67%
Ramona 38.51% 61.49%
Ranchita 47.14% 52.86%
Rancho El Cajon 34.67% 65.33%
Rancho Monserate 33.49% 66.51%
Rancho Santa Fe 46.94% 53.06%
Rincon Del Diablo 40.67% 59.33%
Rock Springs 38.29% 61.71%
Spring Valley 39.75% 60.25%
Sweetwater 40.32% 59.68%
Unincorporated 40.37% 59.63%
Valle De Oro 40.69% 59.31%
Valley Center 36.89% 63.11%
Vista Acres 43.08% 56.92%
Whispering Palms 47.33% 52.67%
Yaqui Wells 46.54% 53.46%

 

Highest No Percentages

  1. Hillcrest (75.19%) 
  2. SDSU (72.80%) 
  3. UCSD (70.96%) 
  4. South Park (69.53%) 
  5. Ocean Beach (69.08%)

Highest Yes Percentages

  1. Rancho Monserate (66.51%) 
  2. San Ysidro (66.02%)
  3. Jacumba (65.36%)
  4. Rancho El Cajon (65.33%)
  5. Potrero (64.94%)

James Welch

James Welch is a software engineer in Vermont working for a large information technology company and specializing in .NET. Additionally, he holds a Master’s Degree in Software Engineering and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science. Jim also enjoys local craft beer, comic books, and science-fiction and fantasy novels, games, and movies.

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