In the 2004 presidential election, San Diego, Encinitas, National City, Del Mar and a few other areas voted for John Kerry; San Marcos, Escondido, Carlsbad, Oceanside, Coronado, Santee, Poway, El Cajon and Vista overwhelmingly supported George W. While Todd Gloria has voter support as the next mayor of San Diego — 42 percent, Councilmembers Barbara Bry and Scott Sherman can't start their challenge campaigns, as only 1,701 votes separate them for second place. However, the City of San Diego, along with the northern coastal cities of Del Mar County, Encinitas and Solana Beach, voted against Proposition 8.In the San Diego City Council District 1 contest, newcomers Will Moore and Aaron Brennan await the recount with a difference of 571 votes. San Diego County uses the Golden Hall, a convention center next to the San Diego City Hall, as the Electoral Central.
In the race for second place, San Diego's recently retired deputy prosecutor John Hemmerling was at 20.5 percent on Thursday, ahead of the retired sheriff's commander. The city of San Diego itself is more Democratic than the county average and has voted for Democrats Clinton, Gore, Kerry, Obama twice, Clinton and Biden, respectively, in the last eight presidential elections. County General Information (85) 694-39002-1-1 San Diego Board of Supervisors Department Contacts Media Information. The district encompasses communities in San Diego, including Barrio Logan and Logan Heights, as well as the cities of Chula Vista, National City and Imperial Beach.
Chula Vista Councilman John McCann led the race to become the next mayor of San Diego County's second largest city. San Diego County opted for Joe Biden, as did California and the nation through the Electoral College, which included five voters from San Diego County.