San Diego City Councilman Chris Cate has become the latest villain for the Chargers and their fans in the team’s now 13-year quest to build a new stadium. But at no point since 2003 has the discussion been this intense with so much at stake. The Chargers have run ads saying Cate’s opposition to Measure […]
Nicole Capretz used to work for City Councilman Todd Gloria when he was serving as interim mayor. With Gloria, Capretz helped craft the city’s landmark Climate Action Plan. Mayor Kevin Faulconer and the rest of the Council ended up making it city law. With that plan, the city of San Diego is committing itself to […]
It’s fast becoming the fiercest battle for the future of San Diego city politics. It’s Measure K, the change that would require runoffs for all city elections. Right now, if any candidate for City Council, mayor or city attorney wins more than 50 percent of the vote in a primary election, they win the seat […]
Deep breath in. Here are all the local ballot measures for the city and county of San Diego — what they would do, how they got here and what your vote would mean. Get to studying.
Poway Unified’s superintendent was fired this week for allegedly taking at least $345,000 from the district, much of it through improper vacation cash-outs and longevity pay. The school board plans to sue John Collins to try to recover the money, and his attorney has vowed that Collins will fight the claims. While district documents detail […]
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