2014 California 52nd Congressional District General Election Results

UPDATED: 11/12/14 11:56 AM

ORIGINALLY POSTED: 11/5/14 2:29 PM

On Nov. 4, the citizens of California's 52nd Congressional District went to the polls to decide whether incumbent Rep. Scott Peters or former San Diego city councilman Carl DeMaio would represent them. When the votes were counted, Peters emerged victorious, 51.55% to 48.45%. The map on this page shows preliminary election results by precinct.

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How to use this map

This map is colored based on election results by precinct.

  • Precincts Peters won with 60 percent or more of the vote are dark blue.
  • Precincts Peters won with less than 60 percent of the vote are light blue.
  • Precincts in which the candidates tied are purple.
  • Precincts DeMaio won with less than 60 percent of the vote are light red.
  • Precincts DeMaio won with 60 percent or more of the vote are dark red.
  • Precincts that returned no votes for either candidate are gray.
Click on a precinct for more information. Use the address search to zoom in on precincts near a specific location. Use the slider to filter precincts by voter turnout.


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Source: San Diego County Registrar of Voters | Map and analysis by Joe Yerardi | Based on a map template by Derek Eder