Just months ago, David Alvarez was a mostly unknown City Councilman. Now the New York Times and President Barack Obama are talking about him.
San Diego’s new mayor looks a lot like the mayors who have come before him.
The race is on to see whether Alvarez makes up the gap.
Jonathan Herrera’s one of over 400 volunteers working today to get Councilman Kevin Faulconer elected mayor.
David Alvarez supporters focus their attention on San Ysidro, where residents are likely to vote blue “because he’s one of us.”
We’ve got a handy last-minute primer on the mayor’s race.
A commercial paid for by David Alvarez’s mayoral campaign suggests Kevin Faulconer’s vote against a foreclosure registry amounted to a corporate subsidy for downtown.
We’ve got a helpful guide to the mayoral candidates’ top backers.
In a new mailer, Kevin Faulconer’s campaign tries to hint at what happened in closed-door negotiations to pan his rival.
Information technology and open data are going to continue to be important issues down the line. So what will the mayoral candidates do to embrace that?