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Primary Election 2014: Election Results

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District Attorney

District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis was heading into a fourth term in office Wednesday despite growing questions over her dealings with a man charged with illegally funneling foreign contributions to political campaigns.
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52nd Congressional District

Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego, and Carl DeMaio will square off in a November general election for Congress that should draw national attention.
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Governor

Gov. Jerry Brown easily advanced to the November general election to seek an unprecedented fourth term, where he will face moderate first-time candidate Neel Kashkari, a former U.S. Treasury official who pitched himself as the best candidate to rebrand the struggling California Republican Party.
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Props B and C

San Diego voters Tuesday rejected City Council-approved changes to zoning regulations in Barrio Logan.
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Prop A

San Diegans Tuesday supported Proposition A, the first of what is likely to be a several years-long series of proposed revisions to the City Charter.
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City Council

Lorie Zapf will spend the next four years in a new seat on the San Diego City Council, while taxpayer advocate Chris Cate and educator Carol Kim will face each other in a November runoff to take over Zapf's previous office.
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School Board

San Diego Unified School District board President Kevin Beiser and challenger Amy Redding are heading to a November runoff.
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County Supervisor

With 100 percent of precincts reporting, incumbent Bill Horn's lead grew Thursday over Oceanside Mayor Jim Wood for a San Diego County Board of Supervisors seat. Horn, who led by around 1,500 votes as of Wednesday night, widened his lead to more than 2,400 votes Thursday out of around 68,000 ballots cast, according to the county Registrar of Voters Office.
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