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Friday, September 7, 2012

GOP pulls ahead (sort of) in San Diego

San Diego  -  America's most beautiful city.

The Republicans regain the advantage in San Diego voter registration 
  • GOP ahead of Democrats by a 100 voters.
  • But the real story is 30.2% of voters rejected both parties and registered as independents and members of smaller political parties.
  • Voters are sick of the pure BS from both major parties and want other choices.
  • Only the countless millions in special interest campaign money keeps the two incompetent major parties in power.

San Diego — long a toss-up county — is once again shaded red, barely.
County Registrar of Voters Deborah Seiler released a report Monday showing that, as of Aug. 31, Republicans were edging out Democrats by 100 voters. Of the county’s 1.46 million voters:
  • 34.9%  -  510,792 were Republicans.
  • 34.9%  -  510,692 were Democrats. 
  • 25.1%  -  366,493 were Independents.
  • 5.1%    -  71,447 for the smaller political parties.
Tony Krvaric, chairman of the Republican Party of San Diego County, said the new tally demonstrated voters were embracing the GOP’s principles of free enterprise, limited government and a strong national defense. He added that the local party signed up nearly 250 volunteers while its standard-bearers descended on Tampa, Fla. for their national convention.
Democrats hope to see a similar uptick on the heels of their confab this week in Charlotte, N.C.
Party officials have repeatedly acknowledged that while the county may seesaw back and forth, it will lean Democratic over the long haul. In the city of San Diego, Democrats continued to hold a commanding lead in registered voters: 40 percent (251,118) to 28 percent (176,247).  Independent voters are at 27.2% (170,828).

(San Diego Union-Tribune)

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