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We vetted several local ballot measures this week. Here’s a roundup of the latest stuff we learned about the ballot.
When we talk about how truly lame San Diego’s election season has turned out to be, we tend to talk about the races that aren’t happening: The race for mayor is over. Ray Ellis dropped out of the City Council District 1 race, clearing the way for Democrat Barbara Bry. What were supposed to be […]
During election season, various polls get blasted in people’s faces like they’re being hurled from a T-shirt gun. Making sense of them all – especially when they sometimes seem to contradict one another – is tough.
May the truth about lies set us free.
What women journalists endured this week, and the awesome silver lining within their stories.
California and New York are two of the most populous, liberal states in the nation. They’re rivals – but it tends to be more of a frenemy rivalry (frivalry?) than a bitter one. Now that California’s legislative session has wrapped, I wanted to survey how the relationship between the two has played out over the last […]
I’m what you might call a news junkie. A politico. Also, a person who gets paid to follow, write, edit and produce news for a living. But when I went to assign reporters to various measures for our big reader’s guide to the many local ballot measures facing voters this November, I found myself saying, […]
On crying bias from the sidelines.
Caution lawvalanche ahead.