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#ShowUsYourMailers: What Is The Neighborhood Improvement Voter Guide?

May 27
By Claire Trageser

Next up in the KPBS examination of campaign mailers is a big glossy flier sent by a group called the Neighborhood Improvement Voter Guide.

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San Diego Democrats Slam Trump, Make Banners Before Friday's Rally

May 26
By Jean Guerrero, City News Service

One day before Donald Trump holds a rally in San Diego, local Democrats spoke out against the presumptive GOP presidential nominee and threw anti-Trump banner-making parties.

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Campaign Finances Stir Up A San Diego Congressional Race

May 26
By Erik Anderson

U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr.'s campaign finance spending is under scrutiny. The congressman said some mistakes were made, money was paid back and an audit is expected to answer questions.

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#ShowUsYourMailers: In County’s District 3, Campaign Mailers Try To Make Quick Impression

May 26
By Alison St John

Political slate mailers are arriving in the mailboxes of targeted groups of voters in San Diego County Board of Supervisors' District 3.

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San Diego City Attorney Candidates On The Issues

May 26
By Andrew Bowen

The race for San Diego city attorney is among the most crowded for the June 7 election. KPBS asked all five candidates the same questions to find out where they stand on key issues.

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50th Congressional District Candidates On The Issues

May 26
By KPBS News

KPBS asked all of the candidates running for the 50th Congressional District the same five questions. Here is what they said.

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Sanders Nearly Catches Clinton In New California Poll

May 26
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

A new Public Policy Institute of California poll shows Hillary Clinton having a two-point lead among likely Democratic primary voters (46 percent to 44 percent), which is within the margin of error.

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With People And PACs, Faulconer Dominates San Diego Mayoral Fundraising

May 26
By Joe Yerardi / inewsource

A broad-based fundraising network and a constellation of well-funded political action committees have given San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer plenty of firepower. That’s not so much the case with his two opponents.

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San Diego Council Candidate Falsely Advertised Endorsements

May 24
By Claire Trageser

Anthony Bernal published a lengthy list of people who he said endorsed him, but some of those people say they made no such endorsement.

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San Diego Police Brace For Friday's Trump Rally

May 25
By Midday Edition

Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman said the department plans to have a "significant presence" of uniformed and plainclothes officers at the San Diego Convention Center, where presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will hold a campaign rally.

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In This Political Year, Will Asian-American Voters Step Up To The Polls?

May 25
By Midday Edition

Asians are the nation’s fastest growing racial group, but their potential as a voting force has yet to fully materialize. Might that change in 2016?

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Union Support Still Crucial For Democratic Presidential Contenders

May 25
By Midday Edition

Unions don’t have as many members as they used to. But their endorsements are still valuable.

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San Diego Mayor Defends Record In Debate With Challengers

May 24
By Midday Edition

Three candidates for San Diego mayor shared the stage at KUSI in their second televised debate Tuesday. Mayor Kevin Faulconer defended his record but declined to take a position on the Chargers' plan for a downtown stadium.

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Faulconer Says He Won't Run For California Governor

May 24
By Associated Press

The San Diego mayor said he won't run for governor of California in 2018 if re-elected mayor of San Diego, depriving Republicans of one of its better-known names in a potentially crowded Democratic field.

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San Diego Registrar Discusses Nonpartisan Voters And The June Primary

May 24
By Midday Edition

Bernie Sanders supporters have filed a lawsuit alleging widespread confusion over California’s primary rules. But San Diego County’s registrar of voters said his office went to great lengths to inform voters.

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More San Diegans Registered To Vote In Primary Than 2008 General Election

May 23
By Megan Burks

We'll be tracking what this year's unconventional election cycle does to local voter rolls with our new online tool, the Voter Registration Tracker.

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Gov. Brown Endorses Senate Candidate Kamala Harris

May 23
By Associated Press

The governor said during a brief appearance Monday that Harris is strong, intelligent, experienced and is doing a great job as state attorney general.

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Closing The Gap In Voter Turnout For California's Disabled

May 23
Alice Daniel / KQED

Independent living centers across the state are localizing plans to get out the vote.

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Plastic Bag Industry Submits Second California Ballot Measure

May 23
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

The battle over whether California should ban single-use plastic bags is already headed to voters this fall. Now, it looks like they’ll also be asked where proceeds from bag fees charged to consumers should be spent.

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Proposition 50: Should Legislature Be Able To Suspend Lawmakers Without Pay?

May 23
By Midday Edition

California’s November ballot will be jammed with statewide propositions, but there’s just one measure in the June primary — Proposition 50.

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KPBS Wants You To #ShowUsYourMailers

May 23
By Andrew Bowen

KPBS is asking you to help us track and analyze political mailers throughout the election. We're starting with a deep dive into two mailers with suspicious motivations for influencing the San Diego city attorney's race.

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Ballot Selfies Are Illegal, But Maybe Not For Long

May 23
By Claire Trageser

As the June 7 election approaches, many enthusiastic voters are taking "ballot selfies." This is actually illegal in California.

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Sanders Caps Off San Diego Visit With Rally In Vista

May 22
By City News Service

The Vermont senator told thousands of supporters that he is the best choice to defeat Donald Trump in the November election.

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Presidential Campaigns Swing Through San Diego; Sanders In Vista Sunday

May 21
By City News Service

Sen. Bernie Sanders and former President Bill Clinton visited San Diego County Saturday, ahead of the 2016 Democratic Presidential Primary in California.

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49th Congressional District Candidates On The Issues

May 20
By KPBS News

KPBS asked all of the candidates running for the 49th Congressional District the same five questions. Here is what they said.

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