For the third straight citywide election, San Diego’s conservative consultants are directing spending not just to help their favored candidate, but also their favored opponent.
We look at the loud city attorney’s race and the quiet races for judgeships.
Also on the podcast, the Chargers’ owner takes “tough” questions and new city attorney candidate Bryan Pease joined the show to, in part, explain how he’d be like former city attorney Mike Aguirre.
SDPD’s use of body-worn cameras has raised a persistent question: How can cameras rebuild public faith if the public can never see the footage? We asked the five candidates for city attorney to share their approach to an overarching body camera policy and to specific videos that become subject to public scrutiny.
Plenty of San Diego beefs cross industries and party lines. This one crosses species.
The guy behind Death for Food wants you to look your dinner in the eye before it’s slaughtered. But San Diegans won’t get to pay for the privilege, now that Suzie’s Farm’s Nov. 23 event is off the table.
Zoological differences could be a factor in the different treatment of sea lions at La Jolla Cove and seals at the Children’s Pool.
Attorney Bryan Pease has spent years pushing for a year-round rope to protect seals at the Children’s Pool. When it comes to sea lions, though, he’s on the side of local business owners.
Mayor and City Council rivalry escalates with promised port veto, buses take the pressure off, fixing streets: slow ahead, governor on the bird poop case, San Diego Explained: coastal height edition.
We break down the District 1 election between Councilwoman Sherri Lightner and Ray Ellis, former head of the city’s pension board.