Stories for October 24, 2012
A $1,000 limit on the amount of money that political parties are allowed to contribute to candidates in county of San Diego elections could be eliminated soon, according to documents posted online today.
Mayor Jerry Sanders' staff today told the City Council's Budget Committee today that San Diego should see a budget surplus of $4.9 million in the coming fiscal year.
An international radio program is looking to talk to recent veterans and active-duty service members in San Diego County. The BBC program "World Have Your Say" has asked Home Post to put the word out - they're looking for members of the military and recent veterans to appear on their taped show in Oceanside on Friday.
Maricopa County misprints the general election date on another Spanish-translated document.
Strong and gusty winds out of the east will blow through the valleys and mountains of San Diego County this week, according to the National Weather Service.
Locked in a stubbornly tight race, President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are demonstrating the urgency of the campaign's final stretch, with the incumbent alone set to cover 5,300 miles in the busiest single day of his re-election bid. Both men claimed a growing edge even as voters showed little give.