Mickey Kasparian and other local Dems say it is time to change the rule that allows a candidate to win outright in primary elections if he or she gets more than 50 percent of the vote.
The problem for Democrats is not that they cannot find one candidate to run for mayor. It’s that they can’t find two.
At the heart of the controversy swirling around Supervisor Dave Roberts is a car allowance. It will benefit him for many years to come even if he doesn’t survive the scandal.
There’s a big gulf between what citizens want and what they’re willing to give. Hiding for six months doesn’t help bridge it.
Con: You don’t get any pay to join the Center on Policy Initiatives’ push for a minimum wage increase. Pro: You can turn into a “glitter unicorn for social justice.”
Saying Faulconer did not take major stands in his speech is not the same as saying that he didn’t include many good things. Here are three big ones.
It’d be refreshing to see a leader just be honest that he doesn’t want to give the Chargers what they’re demanding and tell them they’re free to leave.
Journalists’ identity rests on the shaky foundation that we can all fight about what the government should look like or how the powerful should be held accountable, without dying.
If Councilwoman Sherri Lightner wants to be City Council president, she has every right to pursue it.
DeMaio’s instinct is to fight. He can’t help it. And yet, his message has been that he can end the “dysfunction” and “divisiveness” in Congress. The case for him is better understood when you look back at his impact in San Diego.