Councilman Scott Sherman claimed no questions were raised about the procedure for appointing port commissioners ahead of the Jan. 7 vote.
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Statement: “We’re going to have to cut services dramatically … And there’s going to be some public safety implications, implications in terms of services throughout the neighborhoods,” San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders, a supporter of the Proposition D sales tax increase, in a U-T San Diego Q&A, Aug. 29, 2010. Did It Come True? No
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Statement: “I even formed one (nonprofit) as a judge with the Superior Court with the drug court,” District Attorney and mayoral candidate Bonnie Dumanis said March 26. Determination: True
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