Wednesday morning: With 100% of precincts reporting, the shape of the race is defined (even with many ballots left to count)
Bottom Line: It's Harkey vs. Levin in November
100% of precincts have reported. There are still many, many ballots to count (provisional ballots and mail ballots dropped into mailboxes on Monday or Tuesday). With that said, it's unlikely that the shape of this race will change much. Unless something really dramatic happens with provisional and mail ballots, it's Harkey vs. Levin in the November general election.
Here's how we netted out: Harkey 25.5%, Levin 17.1%, Jacobs 15.5%, Applegate 13.2%, Gaspar 8.7%, Chavez 7.8%, and Kerr 4.8% (the rest were in the low single digits).
In San Diego County, Jacobs actually beat Levin 16.6% to 16.4% (but Levin won Orange County by a lot, taking 19.4% of the vote there). Doug was stronger in San Diego as well, with 14.9% there compared to 7.9% in Orange County.
The percentages will move around a bit as the rest of the ballots are counted. We'll update later this week with final totals (or sooner if something surprising happens and the order of candidates changes at all)
Results from the New York Times below:
Here are the San Diego County totals from the California Secretary of State:
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