Imperial Beah and its political districts are decidedly Democratic, according to the latest data from the County of San Diego Registrar of Voters and Imperial County Registrar of Voters.
The data also found voters who declined to state their political affiliation high.
Democrat Republican Other Declined to State Total City of Imperial Beach 37.5 27.6 6.6 28.3 10,218 County Supervisor 1st District 43.9 26.6 4.1 25.4 232,553
The contrast was even more stark in the City of San Diego, where Democrats were found to be 40.3 percent of registered voters and Republicans 28.2 percent of voters.
A look at Imperial Beach's stance on the state level paints a similar picture.
Democrat Republican Other Declined to State Total 79th State Assembly District
40th State Senate District
California's 53rd District Congressional Seat 42.3 28.6 4.9 24.2 352,193 California's 51st District Congressional Seat 49.6 21.7 4.3 24.4 237,941
In each district, the American Independent Party had the third highest amount of registered members.
The City of Imperial Beach is currently part of California's 53rd District which is represented by Congresswoman Susan Davis.
Following political district lines being redrawn by the California Citizens Redistricting Committee and 2012 elections, IB will become part of California's 51st District.
State Senator Juan Vargas, Denise Moreno-Ducheny and five other candidates will face-off in a June 5 primary to earn the right to represent the district which will span the entirety of the California-Mexico border.
San Diego County Registrar of Voters data was reported at the end of April and Imperial County Regisrar of Voters data May 16.
Political parties below the six largest parties were included in the declined to state category in Imperial County.