80 Percent Voter Turnout Possible in San Diego

San Diego County Registrar of Voters reports that as many as 70 to 80 percent of registered San Diego voters participated in Tuesday's election.

As of Election Night, voter turnout stood at 44 percent.

However, with 595,000 votes left to be counted, the registrar's office expects turnout to be in the high 70 or 80 percentile once the election results are certified.

That is an increase from the number of registered voters who participated in the last presidential election in 2012. According to the California Secretary of State's Office, 1.2 million residents of San Diego County voted in the election between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney. That number was 76.98 percent of registered voters at the time.

Mail-in and provisional ballots were still being counted as of Thursday. Counting was expected to resume Monday with the final tally expected sometime December 6-8.

Based off the current results, here is how communities across San Diego voted in the presidential race.  Mobile users can click here

Areas that are RED indicate Trump received the majority of votes for that precinct.

Areas that are BLUE indicate Clinton received the majority of votes for that precinct.

Areas that are PURPLE indicate a tie vote or no registered votes received for that precinct.

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