As of Tuesday, 925,522 mail ballots have been sent to registered voters in San Diego County, according to Mason Herron, District Director of the California State Assembly.
Out of that number 28,942 people have voted either by returning their mail-in ballot or through early voting, 3.12% of all ballots mailed.
By party, total returns are 38.6% Republican, 41.4% Democrat and 19.9% Independent.
The returns are based on data provided by the Registrar of Voters to Political Data Inc., and there is likely a one to two-day delay.
California’s primary is on June 7.