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Election 2014

voter guide for election 2014

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San Diego Voters Reject Barrio Logan Community Plan

June 3
Midday Edition
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Propositions B and C would have rezoned Barrio Logan to separate industry from the homes of people. The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce and other business interests opposed the measures.

Brown To Face Kashkari In Race For Governor

June 3
Associated Press
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Tuesday's primary election ended with Brown leading the large field of gubernatorial candidates with 57 percent of the vote. Republican Neel Kashkari got the second most votes, slating him to meet Brown in the November general election.

Peters, DeMaio Headed For November Showdown in San Diego's 52nd Congressional District

June 3
Midday Edition
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As expected, incumbent Congressman Scott Peters, a Democrat, and former San Diego Councilman Carl DeMaio, a Republican, are headed for a November showdown in the the 52nd Congressional District race.

District Attorney Dumanis Re-Elected, Defeats 2 Challengers

June 3
By Erik Anderson
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San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis won 55 percent of the vote to avoid a runoff in November's general election.

County Supervisor Horn Narrowly Wins Re-Election

June 3
By Alison St John
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Oceanside Mayor Jim Wood kept the race close as he challenged county Supervisor Bill Horn, who was seeking a sixth, four-year term, but the incumbent prevailed.

Zapf Wins; Cate, Kim Headed To Runoff In City Council Races

June 3
By KPBS
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Councilwoman Lorie Zapf wins District 2, while Chris Cate and Carol Kim head to a November contest for the District 6 seat.

California Voters Approve Prop. 42

June 3
By City News Service

Prop. 42, which would remove the mandate that the state reimburse local entities for the cost of California's open meeting and Public Records Act, was approved by voters Tuesday.

San Diego Voters Head To The Polls

June 3
KPBS News and City News Service
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After months of being inundated with campaign ads, voters in San Diego County and across the state head to the polls on Tuesday for the California primary election. The ballot features congressional and statewide offices, county supervisor, City Council and District Attorney.

Dumanis Wrote Letter For Mexican Donor's Relative

June 2
By Amita Sharma
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A lawyer for a wealthy Mexican businessman accused of making illegal campaign donations sought Monday in federal court to release a recommendation letter that District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis wrote for a relative of the foreign national.

Some Predicting Record-Low Voter Turnout For San Diego Primary

June 2
By City News Service
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San Diego County Registrar of Voters Michael Vu said around 220,000 of the 840,000 absentee ballots that were mailed to voters have been returned as of Monday.

Roundtable: Who Says Primary Politics In San Diego Is Boring?

May 30
Midday Edition
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For those who think the 2014 primary election in San Diego is a snooze, here's evidence to the contrary. The 52nd congressional race already is fraught — with money and attack ads. The entire city is voting on a revised community plan for one neighborhood. Two new San Diego City Council members could change the balance of power. And Bill Horn has a challenger.

San Diego Mail-In Ballots Coming In Slowly

May 29
By Alison St John
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The San Diego County registrar says early voting is lighter than normal this gubernatorial primary election, but predicts mail-in ballots will dominate the overall vote.

Race For California School Chief A Referendum On Change

May 29
Lisa Leff / Associated Press

A handful of hot-button issues are making the nonpartisan race for superintendent of schools a referendum on whether change is coming quickly enough in a state where the traditional might of labor unions is being challenged by increasingly restive education reformers.

San Diego Registrar Predicts Average Voter Turnout For Primary Election

May 28
By City News Service
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San Diego County Registrar of Voters Michael Vu says about 200,000 San Diegans are expected to hit the polls Tuesday, matching the historical average for recent primary elections.

Prop. A Proposes Changes To San Diego City Charter

May 27
Midday Edition
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Changes to San Diego's city charter go before the public for a vote next week. We take a look at Prop A and what other charter changes may be needed.

The Race For San Diego City Council Districts 2, 6

May 27
By Tarryn Mento
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Incumbents in two of San Diego's four City Council contests are expected to win re-election, but the race for the two other seats is wide open and the competition is heating up.

Props. B & C: Barrio Logan Plan Goes Before Voters

May 26
Midday Edition
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San Diego voters will be deciding on whether the Barrio Logan plan, approved by the San Diego City Council, will stay or go on June 3. We take a look at both sides of the issue.

District Elections Could Shake Up San Diego City Council

May 26
By Tarryn Mento
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Only residents in four of San Diego’s nine City Council districts will vote on June 3, but the results could affect all of San Diego.

San Diego Judicial Candidate's Campaign Signs Called Misleading

May 23
By Amita Sharma
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A San Diego retired judge says campaign signs erroneously imply judicial candidate Ken Gosselin is an incumbent.

Candidate Helps Run Group That Says Homosexuality Can Be Cured

May 22
By Claire Trageser
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Donna Woodrum, who is seeking a seat on the San Diego Community College District’s board, helps run Eagle Forum San Diego, which also believes Muslims are a threat to America.

Bill Horn's Basic Faith

May 22
By Brad Racino
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San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn ran a religious charity for decades. Experts say the operation ran counter to state and federal laws.

San Diego's High-Profile Congressional Race: District 52

May 14
By Claire Trageser
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Considered a toss up by some, the 52nd District contest has one-term Democratic Rep. Scott Peters challenged by three Republicans: former San Diego Councilman Carl DeMaio, former Marine officer Kirk Jorgensen and surgeon Fred Simon.

California Secretary of State Race Draws Crowded Field

May 20
Katie Orr, Capital Public Radio
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A political scandal put the California Secretary of State race on the radar this year. But there are several other issues that make this a campaign to watch.

Supporters Of Barrio Logan Plan Say Mailers 'Just Aren't True'

May 19
By Claire Trageser
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San Diego City Councilman David Alvarez says mailers sent out last week by the No on B and C campaign to rescind the Barrio Logan community plan update are misleading.

Developer Money Follows Circuitous Route to San Diego County Supervisor's Race

May 16
By Joe Yerardi
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A handful of development companies and real estate interests have contributed at least $100,000 to the political action committee of the San Diego county Deputy Sheriffs' Association at the same time the PAC has run an advertising campaign to boost Supervisor Bill Horn.