El Cajon is in the midst of a heated debate about its future. One local leader recently claimed residents there “remain the poorest in the county.”
Chula Vista City Councilman-Elect John McCann, who won by two votes, claimed the costly recount process validates the original winner 90 percent of the time.
A member of the Airport Authority recently claimed the San Diego Convention Center is fully booked.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari said California has the most people living in poverty of any state in the nation.
City Council President Todd Gloria claimed more than 80 percent of small businesses pay their workers above minimum wage.
The San Diego Bay Council claimed recycled H20 could one day fulfill up to 40 percent of San Diego’s water needs.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer claimed in his inauguration speech that he’s the first City Council member to be elected mayor in five decades.
San Diego had a champion of mandatory tipping in Jay Porter. But Matt Gordon, who owns several local restaurants, said a new IRS rule would eliminate the practice nationwide.
A staffer with San Diego Coastkeeper, which pushes for water conservation, claimed water usage was up 25 percent in December 2013 compared with the same month in 2012.
House candidate Carl DeMaio claimed rival Rep. Scott Peters voted to remove the cross that’s the focal point of the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial, leading to years of legal battles.