Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Primary Count Almost Complete

30% VOTER TURNOUT
Well, the counting continues and not much is happening in the way of change. I checked the Registrar of Voters office this afternoon and find that just under 26,000 votes remain to be counted in Orange County. So far not quite 30% of the eligible voters cast ballots in the Primary election. I expect the final tally to be available by the weekend. I'll report on it next week.
REPUBLICANS OVER DEMOCRATS
42% of the registered Republicans voted while only a little over 28% of the Democrats cast a ballot.


TRAN HAS A TOUGH ROAD AHEAD
In the 47th District Congressional race, Republican Van Tran captured just under 55% (10,514) of the votes while Democrat Loretta Sanchez received all the Democrat votes - 17,010.
MANSOOR VS. NGUYEN
In the 68th Assembly District, Democrat Phu Nguyen (9,934 or 58.8% of the votes) will face Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor (21,752 or 69.3% of the votes) in November.
LEECE STILL OFF THE PACE
In the race for one of six seats available in the Republican Central Committee for the 68th Assembly District Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Wendy Leece is in 7th place, just about 1,000 votes behind the 6th place person. Costa Mesa Parks and Recreation Commissioner Jeff Mathews is in 5th place and seems secure in that slot.
MEASURE "C"!
Costa Mesa's Measure "C", which locks in the zoning for the Orange County Fair and Event Center, has passed in a landslide, 87.7% Yes to 12.3% No.

Labels: , , , , , ,

2 Comments:

Anonymous Joe said...

I hope Mansoor wins it.

6/17/2010 01:50:00 PM  
Blogger The Pot Stirrer said...

Joe, you and 21,751 others. I'm conflicted - if he wins he'll be sentenced to legislature hell in the basement of the capitol building and rendered impotent (legislature-wise, at least). If he loses he may actually have to go find a job somewhere - maybe a security guard at Walmart. Either way, it's hard not to smile about it. :-) And, best of all, his presence won't plague Costa Mesa anymore. :-) :-)

6/17/2010 02:13:00 PM  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home