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Tease photo for Sanders To Have Second Rally In San Diego This Weekend

Sanders To Have Second Rally In San Diego This Weekend

May 19
By City News Service

The presidential campaign of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on Thursday confirmed a second weekend campaign appearance in San Diego County.

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A Step-By-Step Guide To Vote In June 7 California Primary

May 19
By Kristina Bravo

Worn out from the political rabble-rousing and election mailers? Cheer up: The California primary is right around the corner.

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911 Wait Times Scrutinized As San Diego Police Give 5-Year Plan Update

May 18
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego's shortage of 911 dispatchers is a continuing issue of concern at the City Council, and the issue has become part of the mayoral race.

Procedures To Remove Elected Officials Could Go Before San Diego Voters

Procedures To Remove Elected Officials Could Go Before San Diego Voters

May 18
By City News Service

The City Council, mindful of the 2013 saga in which officials and residents tried to get rid of Bob Filner, directed the City Attorney's office to research and develop potential ballot language.

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Bill Clinton, Bernie Sanders In San Diego Saturday — No, Not Together

May 18
By KPBS News

Here's what the Democratic presidential campaigns have on tap for Saturday: President Bill Clinton at a rally (location and time not known) and a fundraiser in Rancho Santa Fe; Sen. Bernie Sanders at a rally in National City.

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Not Much Change Expected In San Diego's Congressional Delegation

May 18
By Erik Anderson

The San Diego congressional delegation will likely seem very familiar after this year's election cycle wraps up in November. That's because four seats are unlikely to change.

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California Counts: What It Takes To Bring People To The Polls

May 18
By Midday Edition

On Tuesday night, community members and political analysts in San Francisco talked about what's top of mind in the weeks leading up to the June 7 state primary.

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52nd Congressional District Candidates On The Issues

May 18
By KPBS News

KPBS asked all of the candidates running for the 52nd Congressional District the same five questions. Here is what they said.

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Sanders Shifts Focus To California Primary With Rally In Carson

May 18
Frank Stoltze / KPCC

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders admits he faces a "steep climb" in his bid for the Democratic nomination, but he hopes a victory in California will give him a shot at a contested convention.

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Early Voting Underway In San Diego County Races

May 18
By Joe Yerardi / inewsource

Voters across the county have been casting early ballots for more than a week, and it should soon become clear which candidates in several hard-fought contests have the turnout advantage heading into the election on June 7.

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Deadline To Register In June Election Nears

May 16
By City News Service

People who wish to register to vote or switch party affiliations in time for the June 7 primary election have until May 23.

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Trump Campaign Resonates In Rural Sierra County

May 16
By Midday Edition

In the conservative northeastern part of California, there's a feeling of having a way of life taken away by what some regard as one-size-fits-all regulations that have curtailed mining and logging.

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San Diego Mayoral Candidates On The Issues

May 13
By Andrew Bowen

KPBS asked all of the candidates running for San Diego mayor the same five questions. Read their answers here.

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Supporters Of San Diego's Minimum Wage Bump Continue Fight

May 13
By Claire Trageser

San Diego voters will be asked on June 7 to approve a minimum wage increase in the city, despite California lawmakers raising wages even higher by 2022.

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California Registered Democratic Voters Up, GOP Down In 2016

May 12
By Associated Press

The rise of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been cited as an incentive to register to vote both for and against him.

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Negative Mailers In San Diego Council Race Create Controversy

May 12
By Andrew Bowen

Negative mailers in San Diego's City Council District 1 have turned up the heat in the campaign between Democrat Barbara Bry and Republican Ray Ellis. The race is likely to decide whether Democrats keep their majority on the City Council.

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Prop. 30 Income Tax Increase Extension Likely Headed To Voters

May 12
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

California Teachers Association President Eric Heins launched the campaign for a voter initiative that would extend income tax increases on the rich at a news conference on Wednesday.

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Chula Vista District 4 Candidates On The Issues

May 12
By KPBS News

KPBS asked all of the candidates running for Chula Vista City Council District 4 the same five questions.

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Loretta Sanchez Dodges Question About Gun Liability Vote, Cites Brady Campaign Support

May 11
Jon Greenberg / PolitiFact

U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez was asked to explain her 2005 vote to offer gun manufacturers liability protections during a U.S. Senate debate at KPBS.

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Duf Sundheim Wrongly Says California's Violent Crime Rate Is Up 34 Percent

May 11
Chris Nichols / PolitiFact

Republican Duf Sundheim missed hard on a fact about California’s violent crime rate in Tuesday's debate among candidates running to be California's next U.S. Senator.

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California Elections Are A Bonanza For Signature-Gatherers

May 11
By Midday Edition

Sponsors of voter initiatives in California are paying up to $5.50 a signature, well above the $1 to $3 in previous statewide elections.

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California Counts: Front-Runner Harris Target In US Senate Debate

May 10
By Midday Edition

Democratic Attorney General Kamala Harris was leading in a Field Poll last month, with 27 percent of the vote. The poll also showed 48 percent of likely voters in the race remain undecided.

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California Counts: 5 Things To Know About US Senate Debate

May 10
By Claire Trageser

The state’s leading public media newsrooms are holding a debate tonight at KPBS in San Diego called "California Counts — Race for the Senate."

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Two Educators Compete To Represent Southeastern San Diego On School Board

May 10
By Susan Murphy

Two candidates are vying to represent San Diego Unified in District E, which includes southeastern San Diego. The area's former school trustee, Marne Foster, resigned in February following a scandal.

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California Republicans Hope All Politics Is Local

May 9
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

Republicans in the California Legislature are sizing up their own campaigns now that businessman Donald Trump will be their party’s presidential nominee.