It’s not enough to have demographic and even registration trends in your favor. You still need to recruit talent, refine a sellable message and spend the money needed to turn your voters out.
Measure A will help make San Diego County a place where people and wildlife thrive.
Measure J will help the city care for and preserve its beautiful parkland and open space for future generations.
In all the debate over Measure A, SANDAG’s proposed sales tax hike to fund transportation, transit and preservation projects, everyone has accepted as a fact the agency’s claim that the measure would bring in $18 billion. The only problem: There’s a good chance it won’t. One reason we know this is because SANDAG’s last sales […]
The stadium has managed to drown out most civic discussions for the last year or more, but things have really heated up in the last few weeks. Read up on the latest.
On this week’s podcast, Scott Lewis and Andy Keatts tackle the local ballot measures, and apologize for/celebrate the newfound fame of the word “convadium.”
In this week’s San Diego Explained, NBC 7 San Diego’s Monica Dean and Voice of San Diego’s Maya Srikrishnan explain a controversial measure in Encinitas.
In several critical respects, the Vikings went in the exact opposite direction of Chargers owner Dean Spanos to get a new stadium built. Had Spanos followed their template, Measure C might have emerged as something semi-plausible instead of the taxpayer nightmare now on the ballot.
Real leadership sometime means saying no to your friends – be they environmental groups, like those that support the Citizens Initiative, or businesses like the Chargers – and instead standing up for all San Diegans.
A yes vote on Measure A quantifiably ensures a best-in-state reduction in climate change impacts, creates much-needed new transit and unprecedented conservation funding.