Ballots Cast. James Sly                    1,832    21.0%, Palomar Health System Member, Board of Directors Division No. Emma Turner                  2,581    30.6% MEASURE BB- CITY OF VISTA CANNABIS BUS. Joe Muga                     4,914    46.6%, La Mesa-Spring Valley School District Governing Board Member Trustee Area No. Kymberly Van Der Linden      4,712    13.8%, Encinitas Union School District Governing Board Member Number To Vote For: 2 David Ian Zernik               862     4.6%, City of Oceanside Member, City Council District No. It was approved . 5 Zeb Navarro                 39,841    64.6% Voter Turnout Pct. Guadalupe Gonzalez         125,323    68.1% Joe Green                    4,449    54.8% Elections calendar | LAND USE ELEMENT ... Official Final Election Results. Yes                        540,558    42.1%, Prop 19 Changes Certain Property Tax Rules. Esther C. Sanchez           20,587    30.6% Chris Ward (D)             106,906    57.4% Total Ballots Cast: 1,327,151 The measure would also make big changes in property taxes on a home inherited from parents or grandparents. Cindy Lopez                 11,629    35.2% Jose F. Cerda                1,991    30.0%, South Bay Irrigation District Member, Board of Directors Division No. Jimmy Karam                  6,255    42.0%, Ramona Unified School District Governing Board Member Paul Starita               513,420    46.2%, County Board of Education 1st District Sarah J. Kirk                7,240    31.4% Rocina Lizarraga             4,131    20.0% Jose Rodriguez               5,797    26.5% Yes                        671,840    53.6% 2 Steve Vaus                 119,139    50.2% Luz Molina                   7,174    54.4% State law allows the counting of mail ballots received as late as Nov. 20, provided they were postmarked by Election Day. James P. Miller Jr           8,443    66.0% ... City of Oceanside - Measure M: Chamberlin                   4,525    53.2% April A. Leon                5,499    50.5% 5 1 1 Brian Epperson               4,616    38.1% Students and adults across our district are valued and consistently show integrity, compassion, and respect. Randy Voepel (R)            99,440    58.6% 7 Alex Riley                   3,432    42.4%, City of Encinitas Member, City Council District No. 2 The Mayor's seat will continue to be elected at-large. Financial regulation | Gina Roberts                 3,991    36.8% Christopher Scott Blatt        364     5.1%, Santee School District Governing Board Member Seat No. Jerry Cano                   2,128     9.7% Maria M Sanchez                318    25.0% var pattern = new RegExp(/^((([a-z]|\d|[!#\$%&'\*\+\-\/=\?\^_`{\|}~]|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF])+(\.([a-z]|\d|[!#\$%&'\*\+\-\/=\?\^_`{\|}~]|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF])+)*)|((\x22)((((\x20|\x09)*(\x0d\x0a))?(\x20|\x09)+)?(([\x01-\x08\x0b\x0c\x0e-\x1f\x7f]|\x21|[\x23-\x5b]|[\x5d-\x7e]|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF])|(\\([\x01-\x09\x0b\x0c\x0d-\x7f]|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF]))))*(((\x20|\x09)*(\x0d\x0a))?(\x20|\x09)+)?(\x22)))@((([a-z]|\d|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF])|(([a-z]|\d|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF])([a-z]|\d|-|\.|_|~|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF])*([a-z]|\d|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF])))\.)+(([a-z]|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF])|(([a-z]|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF])([a-z]|\d|-|\.|_|~|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF])*([a-z]|[\u00A0-\uD7FF\uF900-\uFDCF\uFDF0-\uFFEF])))\. Nadia Kean-Ayub              6,374    35.6%, Padre Dam Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors Division No. Mike Morasco                 6,312    48.3% 3 4 Tracy Martinez               1,331    20.4% Tyra Fleming                   513     7.0%, Lakeside Union School District Governing Board Member Number To Vote For: 2 Dan Summers                  8,858    13.8% approved by the Oceanside City Council for the North River Farms project with 585 homes and a 24.9 acre commercial village. Casey Lynch                  5,948     9.3% John Moore (R)              61,673    33.9%. Registered Voters: 1,949,073 Measure M: NO Oceanside: Marijuana Tax

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Whitehurst-Payne 185,157    56.5% Justin Slagle               11,572    31.3% Yes                          6,559    72.5% 5 Carol Dale Johnson           1,253    11.3%, Vista Fire Protection District Member, Board of Directors Number To Vote For: 3 Nancy Orr                    2,870    37.0% ; Search By Name - Use this field to search for candidates, committees and measures. Yes                          4,662    56.8% Caylin Frank                 2,187    49.7% Jim Ashcraft                 8,693    28.0% Number To Vote For: 2 3 Total Number of Precincts 58 Precincts Reporting 58 100.0 % Times Counted 16221/45253 35.8 % Total Votes 14950 NO 8256 55.22% YES 6694 44.78%. Jaime Kathleen Letitia D. Dickerson         1,056    19.5% Oceanside: Marijuana Tax Only voters in City of Oceanside – Measure M is a tax hike for the GENERAL FUND in Oceanside. Bonds – Yes                 34,101    62.8% Jodie Michele Williams      13,328    23.6% 3 2 Dianne El-Hajj              11,345    49.2% Rhea Stewart                 2,877    37.1% Bonds – No                     685    63.0% A “yes” vote supported authorizing a tax on marijuana retail, manufacturing, and distribution business of up to 6% and on cultivation marijuana businesses of up to 3.5% of gross receipts generating an estimated $1.9 million per year for general city services. Mark Powell                 94,655    40.3%, County Board of Education 2nd District Oceanside Unified School District serves over 18,000 students across 23 schools. Randall Malin                6,967    22.4% Mark B. 3 Photo by Dustin Michelson. Raul Campillo               34,541    56.2% Joel Anderson              118,225    49.8%, Member, Board of Supervisors District No. Juan C. Vargas (D)         100,669    70.1% Election 2020: Latest results for San Diego County. Local Revenue Measure Results November 2020 – 3 – December 5, 2020 Final CaliforniaCityFinance.com School Measures There were 60 school bond measures this election, all requiring 55% voter approval. To view a list of local ballot measures in San Diego County, California, click here. 5 Jane Lea Smith               6,598    41.5% Voter Turnout. Mark Robak                  11,547    64.4% Measure M: NO. 5 Yes                         22,254    32.7%, Measure M – City of Oceanside Cannabis Business Tax. Adela Irma Sanchez          10,472    49.7% Nick Kato                    2,204    16.1%, Mountain Empire Unified School District Governing Board Member Yes                         44,550    77.6% Todd Gloria                289,823    56.2% 4 Carl DeMaio and the team at The DeMaio Report have thoroughly researched these measures and have issued endorsements in almost every case. Number To Vote For: 2 Toni Duran                  24,214    36.7%, City of San Diego Member, City Council District No. Tyler Logan Martin             652     3.8%, Leucadia Wastewater District Member, Board of Directors Division No. Mike Diaz                    8,798    48.4%, City of Coronado Mayor Yes                        471,905    37.5%, Prop 22 Exempts App-Based Transportation And Delivery Companies From Providing Employee Benefits To Certain Drivers. This means that those who run for City Council will need to live in the district where they seek election. alert("Please enter a valid email address. Jerry L. Kalman              4,740     6.3% Armando Farias              28,699    28.0% Author: CBS News 8 Team ... City of Oceanside - Measure M: Total Vote By Mail Ballots: 1,160,798 Debra Foster                 7,624    11.9% 3 No. David Joseph Turgeon           460     0.7% 3 Amend Municipal Code Regarding Cannabis Businesses. Bonds – No                  20,227    37.2%, Measure W – Oceanside Unified Schl (Req 55%)*Bond Measure. Brian E. Olson              21,693    37.9% Susana Arvizu                1,835    16.1%, Poway Unified School District Governing Board Member Trustee Area A 4 Prop 14 Authorizes Bonds Continuing Stem Cell Research. Keith Blackburn              7,596    53.4% Yes                        710,336    57.0% Barbara Ann Avalos           4,299    20.8% It's hard to find someone who can give you what you ask for!! Oceanside, California, Measure M, Marijuana Business Tax (November 2020), Laws governing local ballot measures in California, Ballot measure information on California county websites, https://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php?title=Oceanside,_California,_Measure_M,_Marijuana_Business_Tax_(November_2020)&oldid=8183113, Local measure in county of San Diego, California, Tracking election No                          51,538    13.9%, Measure E – City of San Diego Removing 30-Foot Height Limit In Midway-Pacific Hwy. Vanessa Valenzuela           4,826    34.2% West                 1,154    49.7%, City of Imperial Beach Member, City Council District No. Ballot access for candidates | Ben Hueso                   81,759    44.8%, Member, Board of Supervisors District No. John Tree                    1,245    17.6% Kelvin Barrios              12,245    37.1%, City of San Marcos Member, City Council District No. 1,173,924. Full text of this measure follows the argument and rebuttals. 3 If approved by Oceanside voters, it is estimated that the proposed tax measure would result in annual revenues ranging between $1.28 million to $2.85 million. Carlos Ulloa                 3,682    34.6% William Harold Faust         2,071    31.2%, Vista Unified School District Governing Board Member Trustee Area No. Mark D. Olson                5,630    53.4% 4 Erica Halpern               12,838    37.5% City of Oceanside. Gonzalo Jesus Quintero       1,668     7.6% Henry A. Martinez II        11,389    42.7%, City of Chula Vista Member, City Council District No. Roberto C. Alcantar         93,930    61.4% Bill Batchelor               1,062     5.6% Local measures | Josie L. Calderon Scott      5,341    60.4% We obviously need more housing in San Diego, concerns include density of the project and whether appropriate supporting infrastructure will be provided to service the project. Liz Elizabeth Lavertu(D)    70,349    41.4%, Member of The State Assembly 75th District (San Diego County Portion Only) Morgan Mccray                  625     3.5%, City of Oceanside City Clerk Total Number of Precincts 58 Precincts Reporting 58 100.0 % Times Counted 16221/45253 35.8 % Total Votes 14950 NO 8256 55.22% YES 6694 44.78%. Mads Noesgaard               2,699    20.9%, Warner Unified School District Governing Board Member Number To Vote For: 3 MEASURE LL- VISTA UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT $247 M BONDS (REQ 55%) Total Number of Precincts 108 Precincts Reporting 108 100.0 % Liana Lebaron                3,460    26.3% Colin Parent                10,183    24.7% Michael Allman               6,576    41.3% 2 Linda Blankenship (R)      141,711    33.0%, Member of The State Assembly 71st District (San Diego County Portion Only) Maya Phillips                4,729     7.4% 3 Total Vote Center Ballots: 166,353, President And Vice President Bart Schwarz                   913    40.9%, Vista Unified School District Governing Board Member Trustee Area No. 4 Registration and Turnout Robert Lee Motsinger         4,977    25.2%, Tri-City Healthcare Member, Board of Directors Division No. Brian Carroll / Amar Patel                              62     0.0% Lorena A Smith               1,462    19.9% 4 Leeanne M Leon               1,177    11.1%, San Marcos Unified School District Governing Board Member Trustee Area B Yes                        301,871    57.2% Officers received the reports of a pedestrian strike around 2:30 a.m. on the 3300 block of Oceanside Boulevard. Susan K. Turney              2,590    37.6%, City of Escondido Member, City Council District No. Kellie Hinze                 4,306    62.4% Live 2020 California election results and maps by country and district. YES Measure N: Voter Approval for Development. Joel A. Scalzitti            9,683    57.1% 5 Campaign finance requirements, Who represents me? Douglas William Moul         1,575    28.1% Augie Scalzitti              2,700    30.9% No                         581,183    46.4%, Prop 20 Restricts Parole For Non-Violent Offenders. Oceanside Measure M, a marijuana business tax measure, was on the ballot as a referral in Oceanside on November 3, 2020. Samm Hurst                   3,262    51.7% 2 MEASURE X - SOUTH BAY UN ELEM SCHL School Board Member Term Limits. Laura Lothian                7,511    18.2% Frank Fournier                 492    11.2%, City of San Diego Mayor Steve Padilla               15,312    57.3% Rob Howard                   7,313    10.9% Ryan Keyes                   4,622    37.2% Ditas Delossantos Yamane     2,858    13.0% ; Use the Advanced Search to view transaction data contained in documents that have been e-filed by candidates and committees. On May 3, 2017, the Oceanside City Council adopted a resolution to begin the process to transition to district elections. Yes                          2,771    37.3%, Measure T – Cajon Valley Un Schl (Req 55%) Bond Measure. The current members of the U.S. Senate from Californiaare: To view a map of U.S. House districts in California and find your representative, click here. Jacqueline Kaiser            5,693     7.6% 2 Dana Friehauf                1,211    67.0% 1 Wednesday, November 4, 2020 By Tania Thorne. Rex Allen Schildhouse        1,322    48.5%, Rancho Santa Fe Community Services District Member, Board of Directors Number To Vote For: 2 Stephen Houlahan            11,516    47.0%, City of Santee Member, City Council District No. Daniel J. Quirk              1,246    19.1% Lorna Delos Santos           3,274    14.9% Eric Rodarte                 2,007    18.7% John Rajcic                  5,727    25.3% Alvin L Mcgee                  333     0.5%, City of Oceanside Member, City Council District No. Zachary Francisco Gomez      3,128    15.2% Doris Rivas-Brekke             297    23.4%, Del Mar Union School District Governing Board Member Number To Vote For: 2 Vickie Knight Butcher        4,558    26.9% Enter a portion of a name to return the most results. And Ind. Phil Blair                     924    14.2% Colleges, And Local Gov’t Svcs. Don’t for a moment think this money will go to deal with impacts of marijuana sales. No                         751,657    59.4% Tim Nader                  598,734    53.8% Michelle Gomez               4,306    23.9% 5 Measure N: NO. No                          45,869    67.3% Keim, Weiss Lead In Oceanside City Council Election: Results - Oceanside-Camp Pendleton, CA - Ten candidates ran for two open seats on the Oceanside City Council. R. Mitchel Beauchamp        12,106   100.0%, City of Oceanside Mayor

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Encinitas, Oceanside and Solana Beach each had marijuana-related measures on the ballot. ORD. John Paul Sullivan           2,794    23.7%, Cajon Valley Union School District Governing Board Member Trustee Area No. Paul K. Seitz                  770    10.9% MEASURE BB- CITY OF VISTA CANNABIS BUS. Jim Wold                     2,731    24.6% 5 2 Greg Shibley                 5,395    49.5%, National School District Governing Board Member Number To Vote For: 2 Encinitas, Oceanside and Solana Beach each had marijuana-related measures on the ballot. Douglas Sterling             4,351    24.5%, Helix Water District Member, Board of Directors Division No. | Victor Roy                  54,928   100.0%, City of Poway Member, City Council District No. Luis Lu P. Tejeda            2,068    12.2% });

4 Brian Maryott (R)           99,578    42.1%, United States Representative 50th District (San Diego County Portion Only) Carolyn Alto-Audibert          210    10.6% Lee J. Glenn Warren                   801    12.3%, City of El Cajon Member, City Council District No. The new estimated cost for placing this measure on the ballot is $115,000 to $160,000. Sean Elo-Rivera             20,764    62.9% Estela De Los Rios           1,249    23.4% Michael W. O’connor          4,314    38.9% Elva Salinas                19,978    54.1% The deadly accident happened at around 2:30 a.m. on the 3300 block of Oceanside Boulevard. OCEANSIDE (KUSI) – One of the measures on the November 3rd ballot is Measure L, which asks voters to uphold or repeal the Oceanside City Council’s adoption of … Todd Maddison                3,320    29.1% Andres Yanez                 3,725    28.5% These results are automatically generated from Google. 3 A “no” vote opposed this measure authorizing a tax on marijuana retail, manufacturing, and distribution business of up to 6% and on cultivation marijuana businesses of up to 3.5% of gross receipts generating an estimated $1.9 million per year for general city services. 5 Amanda Rigby                 3,178    44.6%, Alpine Fire Protection District Member, Board of Directors Number To Vote For 2 Redistricting, List of California ballot measures | Ballotpedia features 319,564 encyclopedic articles written and curated by our professional staff of editors, writers, and researchers. Yes                        255,083    69.4% Leonard Dimedio              2,534     4.5%, Escondido Union School District Governing Board Member Trustee Area No. Jacqueline Simon            18,027    72.1% Savannah Rose Strunk         4,959    25.2%, Tri-City Healthcare Member, Board of Directors Division No. No                          11,520    17.4%, Measure L – City of Oceanside North River Farms Referendum. Allan Baluyot                1,453    40.1%, Member, Board of Supervisors District No. Poway residents have approved Measure P while Oceanside rejected Measure L. ... Two North County Measures. Blanca Brown                 4,294    26.8%, Lemon Grove School District Governing Board Member – Short Term Camille Harris             131,456    38.4%, San Diego Unified School District Member, Board of Education District E One, Measure M, … Allen J Manzano              2,262     9.1%, Vallecitos Water District Member, Board of Directors Division No. 4 Teresa Rosiak                2,994    22.8%, City of National City Member, City Council Number To Vote For: 2 Tamara S. Rodriguez         58,771    31.9%, County Board of Education 4th District California 2020 Cannabis Ballot Measures NOTE: All results are currently tentative, and will be updated daily until all votes are reported. Joe Lacava                  37,723    61.5% Yes 42,496 63.0% No 24,905 37.0% 6 Yes                         17,229    51.0% John J. Vogel (R)           37,143    28.5%eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'thecoastnews_com-banner-1','ezslot_0',145,'0','0'])); Judge of The Superior Court Office No. Election governance | 3 Chris Olps                   1,718    39.1% Famela Ramos                25,692    25.1% Measure M – City of Oceanside Cannabis Business Tax. Dunia Shaba                  1,031    19.3% Diana Towne                  3,168    48.1%, Santa Fe Irrigation District Member, Board of Directors Division No. Poway residents have approved Measure P while Oceanside rejected Measure L. ... Two North County Measures. Matthew Leyba-Gonzalez         945    64.2% MEASURE W - OCEANSIDE UNIFIED SCHL (REQ 55%) Bond Measure. Ellen Williams               1,004    14.2% Julie Kelly                  5,967    46.2% Elena Adams                 21,587    56.7% Jack Feller                  9,720    14.5% Brian Higgins                  625     4.4%, City of Carlsbad Member, City Council District No. Marcus Bush                  4,961    22.6% }

4 5 Yes                        669,225    52.8% Two Different Results. Credit: KFMB. 2 1,767,300. Pam Moss                     1,026    52.7% Katie Melendez               3,949    55.4% Katrina Young                9,973    55.8% Rocky John Chavez            6,358     9.5% De Meo                6,770     9.0%

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Dawn Perfect                 9,073    40.0% Ryan Keim                    7,292    38.5% This measure would give the city permission to do so for an additional 38,680 homes reserved for low-income people. Gene Doxey                     309    15.6% Cindy E. Sytsma              8,628    58.0% YES Measure Q: Term Limits in Santee. Bonds – Yes                 27,360    60.7% At that point all 205 precincts had reported results. No                           4,658    62.7% BOND ELECTION. Laura Richardson Bassett    21,831    35.4%, City of Oceanside Treasurer It was approved. Healthcare | Perry Alvarez                  480     0.7% Paul Aldrik Stykel           4,887     7.6% @2020 - The Coast News. Joe Allan Stupar             2,260    10.0%, San Diego Unified School District Member, Board of Education District A Richard Barrera            210,534    61.6% Collin Stephens              4,274     5.7%, Helix Water District Member, Board of Directors Division No. The North River Farms project, known as Measure L on the November ballot, includes a 268-acre site made up of 585 affordable homes, parks and trails, a … Christian Sean Adams         8,599    15.2% Rosemarie Rohatgi            1,839    26.0% 3 I'm with the previous poster. Kirk Horvath                     6     0.1%, City of Coronado Member, City Council Number To Vote For: 2 Doug Wolf                   28,940    28.3% No                         131,309    25.2%, Measure C – San Diego Un Sclh Charter Amendment: District-Only Elections For School Board Members. Shirley N. Weber (D)       120,319    66.1% No                         455,995    35.9%, Prop 23 Establishes State Requirements For Kidney Dialysis Clinics. Wednesday, November 4, 2020 By Tania Thorne. 2021 legislative session | Measure M: Raising the Cap on Affordable Housing Units. No                         788,160    62.5% Georgette Gomez (D)        110,457    40.5%, State Senator 39th District Price              1,427    11.0%

$("#robly_embedded_subscribe").click(function (e) { 4 Laurie Humphrey             21,539    21.1%, Dehesa School District Governing Board Member Number To Vote For: 2 1 Charles Chuck Plante         3,615    14.5% These figures are San Diego County results ONLY, and do NOT reflect statewide numbers. Bartosz Bartek Murawski      6,322    25.7%, Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District Governing Board Member 2 Supporters say Measure L will create an 88-acre working farm and will generate over $5 million to improve Oceanside schools as well as provide money to fix and widen roads. The full text of this measure is available here. Yes                        564,594    43.9%, Prop 16 Allows Diversity As A Factor In Public Employment, Education And Contracting Decisions Congressional delegation | Dana King                    9,970    34.3% Elana Levens-Craig          16,651    74.4% Gina Roberts                 2,784    25.1% Cory Briggs                155,761    32.6%, City of San Diego Member, City Council District No. Click here to contact our editorial staff, and click here to report an error. Lara Hoefer Moir             6,165    24.7% Jack F. Wood                 7,585    10.1% EDITOR’S NOTE: Here are the latest election results provided by the San Diego County Registrar’s Office, as vote-counting continues from Tuesday’s election. Ernesto Leyvas Zamudio       3,503    39.6%, Tri-City Healthcare Member, Board of Directors Division No. 3 Matt Rains                   5,218     8.1% Donald Don Greene            2,720    27.2% 4 APPT. Steve Goble                  7,030   100.0%, City of El Cajon Member, City Council District No.

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