Since the Dalidio ballot measure had the most $$$ ever spent on a campaign, I thought I’d take a look at final votes.
One thing that surprised me was the number of absentee votes (for the election, not just for Dalidio). 41,117 votes were cast at a polling place and 35,873 absentee votes.
For the Dalidio measure, 68.49% of the total absentee voted YES vs. 61.59% of polling place votes.
The precincts that had the highest percentage of YES votes were in Paso Robles. The polling place with the highest percentage of YES votes in Paso was the Plymouth Congregational Church Hall on Oak Street with 77.08%. The Creston Fire station polling place had the overall highest at 79.52% voting YES.
All precints in the County voted more than 50% YES on this issue, except the following:
Navitity of Our Lady Church, Daly Ave, SLO – 49.66% Yes
Zion Lutheran Fellowship Hall, Foothill Blvd, SLO – 46.99%
Congregational Church of Christ, Los Osos Vallley Blvd, SLO – 47.92%
San Luis Obispo Grange Hall, Broad St, SLO – 45.57%
Church of Christ- Lawton St, SLO – 42.29%
Grace Church- Pismo St, SLO – 37.33%
San Luis Obispo Veterans Bldg- Grand Ave, SLO – 47.74%
Ludwick Community Center, Santa Rosa St, SLO – 45.5%
Mount Carmel Lutheran Church, Fredericks St, SLO – 43.17%
Cal Poly Student Union Lobby, SLO – 45.93%
St. John’s Lutheran Church, Valley Rd, Arroyo Grande – 47.83%