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San Diegans turned out Tuesday to cast their votes for the city’s next mayor, as the candidates made their last-minute rounds.
Mayoral candidates David Alvarez, Kevin Faulconer and Nathan Fletcher made their final campaign pushes Tuesday, mingling with media and voters in Barrio Logan, Point Loma and other stops around the city.
Two of the contenders will likely face off in a run-off election scheduled for February after voters narrow the field.
All photos by Sam Hodgson.
Mayoral candidate Nathan Fletcher greets supporters on election night.
A poll worker places a ballot in the ballot box at a polling station in Barrio Logan.
Mayoral candidate Nathan Fletcher heads to vote at his polling station in University City.
Mayoral candidate David Alvarez displays his voting stickers at a rally for his supporters in Kearny Mesa.
Mayoral candidate Kevin Faulconer leaves his polling place in Point Loma to talk to the media.
“I Voted” stickers at a polling station in Barrio Logan.
Alvarez supporters listen to speakers at a rally in Kearny Mesa.
Fletcher waves to prospective voters from a street corner in Point Loma.
A voter casts his ballot at a polling station in Barrio Logan.
Faulconer votes at his polling station in Point Loma.
Faulconer talks to the media outside of his polling place in Point Loma.
Fletcher greets a supporter before talking to the media outside of his polling station in University City.
Alvarez watches on as Assemblywoman Toni Atkins greets former City Councilwoman Donna Frye.
Alvarez waits to speak to supporters at a campaign rally.
Faulconer talks to reporters on Tuesday afternoon during a last push of the campaign.
An American flag flies high over Linda Vista on election day in San Diego.
A young Fletcher supporter campaigns on a corner in Point Loma.
Fletcher dons his “I Voted” sticker.
Alvarez poses for a photo with his wife Xochitl and supporters at a rally in Kearny Mesa.
Faulconer makes final phone calls to potential voters on Tuesday afternoon.