The problem for Democrats is not that they cannot find one candidate to run for mayor. It’s that they can’t find two.
Just months ago, David Alvarez was a mostly unknown City Councilman. Now the New York Times and President Barack Obama are talking about him.
The race is on to see whether Alvarez makes up the gap.
We’ve got a handy last-minute primer on the mayor’s race.
Mayoral candidate Kevin Faulconer has repeatedly claimed pension reform saved $1 billion that can assist with neighborhood needs.
Mayoral candidate David Alvarez claimed he resolved a $47 million budget gap for the city.
In a new ad, mayoral candidate David Alvarez says he restored funding for certain city services. So did Kevin Faulconer.
Ex-City Attorney Mike Aguirre earned just 4 percent of the vote in the mayor’s race but just joining the campaign was a step down the road to a repaired public image.
The city’s independent budget analyst gets us. Plus, co-hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts recap the highlights from our #noBSmayor debate.
Missed Voice of San Diego’s chat with the candidates? Check out the audio in a Very Special Episode of our podcast (sort of).