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Election 2014

Staffer Who Accused DeMaio Of Sexual Harassment Says He's No Impostor

Nov. 19
By Claire Trageser
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Justin Harper offered to Skype with KPBS to verify his identity after the spokesman for Carl DeMaio's campaign said KPBS and other news outlets were duped by an impostor in stories about a second DeMaio staffer accusing him of sexual harassment.

No Felony Charges For DeMaio Accuser In Alleged Assault On Mom

Nov. 18
By Claire Trageser
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Todd Bosnich, the former staffer who accused congressional candidate Carl DeMaio of sexual harassment, will not face felony charges for allegedly assaulting his mother.

4 Donors Fined $35K For Violating San Diego Campaign Finance Laws

Nov. 14
By City News Service, Amita Sharma
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The cases involved people who made $500 donations to District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis' failed 2012 mayoral run and then were reimbursed for the expense.

Former DeMaio Aide To Face Assault, Battery Charges

Nov. 12
By Claire Trageser
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Todd Bosnich, the former staffer for Republican Carl DeMaio's congressional campaign who accused DeMaio of sexual harassment, will appear in court on Tuesday. He's accused of assaulting his mother.

Ex-DeMaio Aide Who Claimed Sexual Harassment Arrested

Nov. 11
By Claire Trageser, Laura Wingard
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Todd Bosnich, who claimed GOP congressional candidate Carl DeMaio sexually harassed him, was arrested Tuesday by San Diego police on charges of assaulting his mother.

Imperial Beach Mayor's Race Still Too Close To Call

Nov. 11
By Jill Replogle
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The race to become Imperial Beach's next mayor could still go either way, says San Diego County Registrar of Voters Michael Vu.

County To Pay $3M In Jail Heroin-Withdrawal Case

Nov. 11
Associated Press
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The parents of Daniel Sisson sued the Sheriff's Department and the county in federal court on various claims, including wrongful death and cruel and unusual punishment.

DeMaio Concedes 52nd Congressional District Race

Nov. 9
ELLIOT SPAGAT / ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Republican Carl DeMaio has conceded defeat to Democratic incumbent Scott Peters in one of the nation's most hotly contested congressional races.

San Diego City Council Gives Final OK To Linkage Fee Compromise

Nov. 10
By City News Service
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The deal, approved on an 8-1 vote, ends a struggle between housing advocates and business leaders over the future of the fee, which was instituted in 1990.

Effects Of Prop. 47 Immediately Felt In San Diego County

Nov. 10
Midday Edition
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Nearly 60 percent of voters passed California's Prop. 47, which dropped some crimes from felonies to misdemeanors. It went into effect immediately and is having a big impact on San Diego law enforcement.

Peters Credits 'Record Of Problem Solving' For Re-Election Victory

Nov. 9
By Claire Trageser
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Democratic Rep. Scott Peters answered questions Sunday about what he credits for his apparent win in a close re-election bid and why his description of events about his GOP opponent's "campaign playbook" has been inconsistent with police reports.

Peters Increases Lead Over DeMaio In Saturday's 52nd District Vote Total

Nov. 8
By Claire Trageser
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Democratic Congressman Scott Peters increased his lead over Republican challenger Carl DeMaio in new vote totals posted online by the San Diego County registrar of voters Saturday.

Peters Up Nearly 4,500 Votes Over DeMaio; AP Declares Peters Winner

Nov. 7
By Claire Trageser, Laura Wingard
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Democratic Congressman Scott Peters is not claiming victory, and his challenger, Republican Carl DeMaio, has not conceded. But new vote totals released Friday night show Peters ahead by 4,491 votes with about 10,000 ballots to be counted.

Roundtable Reflects On The 2014 Midterm Election

Nov. 7
By Pat Finn, Tom Fudge
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With Scott Peters now ahead in the 52nd Congressional District contest, the post-election Roundtable looks at the vast sums of money spent on a race that won't change anything in Washington and the nastiness of that campaign. It will also look the results of other elections in the City of San Diego, the county and the state.

Peters Has Slight Lead Over DeMaio In Thursday's 52nd District Vote Total

Nov. 6
By Claire Trageser
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Democratic Congressman Scott Peters grabbed the lead over Republican Carl DeMaio in new vote totals just posted online by the San Diego County registrar of voters.

52nd Congressional District Race Won't Be Decided Until At Least Thursday

Nov. 5
By Claire Trageser
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No new updates in the vote count will be released until 5 p.m. Thursday, according to the San Diego County registrar of voters. The final count is not expected until at least next week.

Longtime La Mesa Mayor Art Madrid Defeated In Landslide

Nov. 5
By Susan Murphy
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La Mesa Mayor Art Madrid, who has been on the City Council since 1981 and the mayor since 1990, lost to two-term City Councilman Mark Arapostathis.

Torlakson Wins Second Term As California Schools Superintendent

Nov. 4
By KPBS and Associated Press
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Incumbent Tom Torlakson has won the hotly contested race for California's elected superintendent of schools.

San Diego County Voter Turnout Meets Low Expectations

Nov. 5
Midday Edition
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San Diego County voters met expectations of a low turnout for Tuesday’s General Election, with just one in three registered voters casting a ballot, according to “semi-official election results” from Secretary of State Debra Bowen’s office.

Republicans Win North County Mayoral Races

Nov. 5
By Alison St John
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In four closely watched mayoral races in North County — Escondido, Encinitas, Vista and Poway — one city saw an upset.

Incumbents Leading In California State Office Races

Nov. 4
By KPBS News, City News Service
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In addition to picking a governor, California voters weighed in on other top state offices.

Mayor Abed And Fellow GOP Councilmen Prevail In Escondido

Nov. 4
By Jill Replogle
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Incumbent Republicans win clear victories over Democratic challengers who had hoped to capitalize on the Latino vote.

Beiser Set To Return As San Diego School Board Member

Nov. 4
By City News Service
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San Diego Unified School District Board of Education President Kevin Beiser defeated challenger Amy Redding to retain his seat.

Voters Reject Prop. 48, Blocking Casino Approval

Nov. 4
Associated Press
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A ballot measure that would have allowed a Native American tribe near Fresno to build a Las Vegas-style casino off its reservation was rejected at the polls.

Californians Pass Prop. 2, Overhauling State's Rainy Day Fund

Nov. 4
Associated Press
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California voters decisively passed a measure to overhaul the state's rainy day fund.

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