Updated at 1:30 a.m. June 4, 2014

Incumbents in contested races in San Diego County were generally leading Tuesday with almost all precincts reporting in most races. Here’s a summary of the major races:

Media surround DA Bonnie Dumanis at U.S. Grant Hotel. Photo by Chris Stone

District Attorney — Bonnie Dumanis was ahead in the race for District Attorney, with 55.1 percent compared to 34.7 percent for Bob Brewer and 10.2 percent for Terri Wyatt.

Congress — In the 52nd Congressional District, Rep. Scott Peters was leading Republican Carl DeMaio 42.5 percent to 35.9 percent, and the two appeared headed for a runoff in November. Incumbents in other districts in the county appeared certain to be re-elected.

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San Diego City Council — Councilmember Lorie Zapf had 53.3 percent of the vote, compared to 37.9 percent for Sarah Boot. Zapf is an incumbent, but running in a new district. Councilwoman Myrtle Cole was ahead with 56.8 percent, followed by Bruce Williams at 18.8 percent. In the 6th Council District, Chris Cate had 47.1 percent followed by Carol Kim at 30.8 percent, with former school board member Mitz Lee at 12.8 percent. Councilman David Alvarez was assured of re-election.

Barrio Logan Propositions — City Council-approved changes to zoning regulations in Barrio Logan were in danger of being overturned Tuesday, with late tallies showing voters rejecting the plan 58.2 percent to 41.8 percent.

San Diego Board of Education — School board President Kevin Beiser had 68.2 percent of the vote, compared to 31.8 percent for challenger Amy C. Redding. In the only other school board race, incumbent Michael McQuary is unopposed.

County Supervisor — In North San Diego County, longtime Supervisor Bill Horn held a slim lead over challenger Jim Wood, the mayor of Oceanside.  Horn had 50.5 percent, edging 49.5 percent for Wood. Supervisor Ron Roberts was unopposed.

Chula Vista Mayor — In a race filled with familiar South Bay names, Mary Salas took the lead over Jerry Rindone to replace termed-out Mayor Cheryl Cox. Salas had 44.3 percent to Rindone’s 38.6 percent.

Chris Jennewein

Chris Jennewein is Editor & Publisher of Times of San Diego.