Supervisor Lawson-Remer Thanks Registrar & Poll Workers, Looks Forward to BOS Becoming Progressive Majority Again

News Date

SAN DIEGO (AUGUST 29, 2023) – Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer and the San Diego County Board of Supervisors today ratified the August 15, 2023 Fourth Supervisorial District Special Primary Election. After the vote, Supervisor Lawson-Remer issued the following statement:

“Thank you and congratulations to our County Registrar of Voters, our Vote Center workers and the entire team for doing an outstanding job. Given the circumstances of holding a special election during the summer, turnout was strong and everything ran smoothly,” said Supervisor Lawson-Remer. “It is a testament to the hard work and dedication of everyone involved in San Diego County’s electoral  process. 

“On a personal note, looking ahead to the November run-off, I am eager for our Board of Supervisors to return to progressive majority after the election so we can pass a common-sense gun violence prevention education program our community requested of us, and get back to finding our next Chief Administrative Officer,” Lawson-Remer said.

The Certified Results

Total Registration and Turnout 

  • 394,373 - Registered Voters 
  •  96,621 - Turnout 

Use of Mail & Vote Centers 

  • 94,140 - Mail 
  • 2,481 - Vote Centers 

Election Results

  • MONICA MONTGOMERY STEPPE, 40,165 (41.70%)
  • AMY REICHERT,  27,781 (28.84%)
  • JANESSA GOLDBECK, 23,929 (24.84%)
  • PAUL MCQUIGG, 4,452 (4.62%)

To review the Board Letter in its entirety, click here, or to get information from the San Diego County Registrar of Voters visit: