The federal government is considering changing the formula by which it doles out funds to combat homelessness. The current setup handicaps San Diego. But at least three cities that benefit from the current arrangement – Chicago, New York and Philadelphia – don’t want it to change, and are vigorously opposing the plans.
Either DeMaio and his aides are lying, or his accusers are. Our first step in getting to the bottom of it all: clarifying what role Peters played in this scandal.
On this week’s San Diego Explained, Scott Lewis and NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia explain how one group of voters can swing the 52nd Congressional District race for Rep. Scott Peters or Carl DeMaio.
Voters in Rancho Peñasquitos and Point Loma were less excited than they were nagged by civic duty.
San Diegans voice their votes in Clairemont Mesa, a neighborhood that’s part of the hotly contested District 6 City Council race.
San Diegans trickle into the voting booths, plus Chris Cate, Carol Kim, Rep. Scott Peters and more.
It’s a tough race for Scott Peters, old people are voting and we could know the results pretty early Tuesday night.
On this week’s SD Explained, VOSD CEO Scott Lewis and NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia break down some of the big ballot measures, plus the latest on the race for the 52nd District.
A lot has been said in this bizarre story that goes from plagiarism to burglary to lies and strange, muddled statements from prosecutors and police. Here’s your chronological guide.
Rep. Scott Peters’ new ad paints his opponent, Carl DeMaio, as against the Paycheck Fairness Act.