A Look at the Preliminary Results for the San Diego County Board of Supervisors’ Seats Up for Grabs

Nathan Fletcher is leading over Bonnie Dumanis in their race for the District 4 seat on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, according to preliminary results.

"I do believe we can make change," Fletcher said. "We’re beginning to point our county in a new direction. We’re beginning to talk about issues that clearly the voter of San Diego want to see addressed."

Fletcher’s wife, Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, is leading in her own race for State Assembly 80th District, according to preliminary results.

She called Fletcher’s race a “blowout.”

Two board seats were up for grabs from Districts 4 and 5.

The candidates included Bonnie Dumanis and Nathan Fletcher who are running for the District 4 seat, and Jim Desmond and Michelle Gomez who are running for the District 5 seat.

Fletcher said his number one priority was standing up to the Trump Administration. Dumanis said her number one priority was addressing the homeless and mental health problems in the county.

Desmond served as Mayor of San Marcos, focusing on public safety and sound infrastructure. Gomez served as a county commissioner, focusing on ending human trafficking and domestic violence and addressing affordable housing.

There are almost 70,000 registered Republicans and almost 164,000 registered Democrats in District 4, according to the California Secretary of State.

There are roughly 117,000 registered Republicans and about 100,000 registered Democrats in District 5, according to the California Secretary of State.

To learn more about the candidates who ran to join the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, click here.

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