June primary voters weighed in on what might ordinarily be considered a daunting number of issues: nine citywide measures, and one state measure.
That was nothing.
San Diego voters will face an astounding 12 citywide measures, two countywide measures and 17 — 17! — statewide measures, for a grand total of 31. And that number could still technically go up. (And there are also, you know, races with candidates running against each other.)
The local measures, which this guide covers, range in sexiness from a new stadium to how the city handles purchasing and contracting.