Election Results In San Diego's June 5, 2018, Primary
Candidates, PACs and political parties spent millions of dollars trying to sway voters in six high-profile San Diego County races. Click below to view how voters cast their ballots in those contests.
San Diego voters got to cast ballots on June 5, 2018, in four City Council districts. It was the first time in the city that November runoffs were mandatory, even if a candidate received more than 50 percent of the vote in the primary.
Political action committees can spend unlimited amounts of money supporting or opposing candidates for office, as long as they don't coordinate with those candidates.
Seven political action committees have spent more than $1 million on mailers, commercials and other methods in the San Diego County district attorney's race.
Search every itemized contribution made from Jan. 1, 2017, through April 21, 2018, for San Diego 2018 elections.
Candidates, PACs and political parties spent millions of dollars trying to sway voters in six high-profile San Diego County races. Here’s how voters cast their ballots in those contests.
Voters can use campaign finance data to see who is funding the efforts of political candidates or groups that support or oppose ballot measures.
With the growing partisanship in Congress, voting records can reveal the key issues where politicians disagree with their party.
From fiscal 2010 to fiscal 2017, the city of San Diego did 77 reviews to determine if its contractors were complying with the living wage law.
New data show more than 23,800 students were homeless last year in San Diego County — a record high and a 4.7 percent increase over the previous year.
Diversity in San Diego County neighborhoods reflect historic discrimination, housing costs and migration patterns.
Income inequality in San Diego County continues to increase despite some of the lowest unemployment numbers since the late 1990s.
Enter your address or Zip code to see how students performed at nearby community colleges, broken down by race, college and subject.
This searchable database shows the number and percent of students, by race and college, who pass remedial level English and math classes at California community colleges after two years.
Using previously undisclosed data from the federal government, we were able to create an interactive map that shows every mile of the current wall along with when it was constructed.
This searchable database shows the financial responsibility scores of for-profit and non-profit educational institutions in the United States for the 2014-2015 school year.
The population-adjusted rate of diabetes-related amputations in California increased by more than 31 percent from 2010 to 2016.
Nonprofits, companies and think tanks spend thousands of dollars sending members of Congress and their staff around the world.
This searchable database shows scoring for hospice care facilities in San Diego County, based on a percentage score for seven separate quality control measures.
Search your Los Angeles neighborhood for complaints filed with the LA Dept. of Building and Safety.
Advanced Placement tests are college-level tests administered by The College Board that allow high school students to earn college credits early.
San Diego County property owners have paid almost $1 billion since 2011 in Mello-Roos taxes, and not all are created equal.
The ACT test is based on four distinct sections in Science, Math, Reading and English.
For the 2015-2016 school year, The College Board identified the SAT pass rate as students who achieve ERW SAT scores at or above 480, and Math SAT scores at or above 530.
San Diego's highest (and lowest) income inequality.
Issa’s and Peters’ voting records show contrasting degrees of party loyalty by inewsource.
Watch sprawl change San Diego over the past three decades. It’s mesmerizing.
Now you can see pollution rising up from cities and spreading around the globe on wind currents in nearly real time.
Wage laws are intended to help reduce poverty, but they are often violated by employers.
Since the 2010-11 school year, the San Ysidro School District has led all other districts in San Diego County in the proportion of students considered homeless.
The number of kindergarteners not up to date on their vaccinations at San Diego County schools varies widely.
Measuring real diversity is a nuanced and sometimes imperfect science.
Despite years of steady job gains, the share of San Diegans living in poverty has grown in the years following the Great Recession.
Bedbugs, barking dogs and substandard housing: Mapping San Diego’s complaints