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Peters Narrowly Leads DeMaio In Money Race For San Diego House Seat

Oct. 16
Joe Yerardi / inewsource
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Campaign finance reports for July 1 through Sept. 30 show that Democratic Rep. Scott Peters out-raised his GOP opponent, Carl DeMaio, by nearly $231,571.

Poll Shows San Diegans Split On DeMaio Accuser's Sex Harassment Claims

Oct. 15
10News
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10News and U-T San Diego conducted the poll to gauge how the public is reacting to the allegations by a former aide to GOP congressional candidate Carl DeMaio.

San Diego Judicial Candidate Omits Law Enforcement Ties On Jury Questionnaire

Oct. 15
By Amita Sharma
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Ken Gosselin, a candidate for San Diego Superior Court judge, has been endorsed by police groups, but when called for jury duty said he had no positive or negative experience with law enforcement.

Battle Over Proposition 46 Focuses On Medical Malpractice Awards

Oct. 15
Midday Edition
By Kenny Goldberg
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The fight over Proposition 46 is proving to be one of the most expensive in this fall’s election. Supporters say it will enhance patient safety, but critics call it a money grab by trial attorneys.

Map Shows Where Mail-In Ballots Have Been Returned In Peters-DeMaio Race

Oct. 15
Joe Yerardi / inewsource
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One-quarter of the 850,000 mail-in ballots that the San Diego County Registrar of Voters Office sent out this month went to voters in the 52nd Congressional District.

San Diegans Should Know Soon If Minimum Wage Hike Will Be On Ballot

Oct. 13
By City News Service
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County Registrar of Voters Michael Vu said he should know by Thursday if opponents of raising the minimum wage in San Diego collected enough signatures from voters to force a referendum on the issue.

One Week Left To Register To Vote In Nov. 4 Election

Oct. 13
By City News Service
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On Nov. 4 voters will decide a congressional race between Rep. Scott Peters and ex-Councilman Carl DeMaio, and a San Diego City Council race between Chris Cate and Carol Kim.

Plans Released For Balboa Park 2015 Centennial Celebration

Oct. 13
Midday Edition
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The celebration aims to elevate, celebrate and promote the park through several improvements, special events and a long-term plan to make Balboa Park a premier cultural destination.

Thousands Of Mail-In Ballots Going Uncounted In California

Oct. 13
Katie Orr / Capital Public Radio
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Kim Alexander with the California Voter Foundation said thousands of ballots go uncounted each election. She says in June three percent of mail-in ballots were not counted.

State Superintendent Candidate To Make Stops In San Diego

Oct. 13
By City News Service
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State superintendent of public instruction candidate Marshall Tuck is scheduled to begin a six-county bus tour with two stops in San Diego Monday.

What People Are Saying About Sexual Harassment Allegations Against DeMaio

Oct. 10
By Tarryn Mento
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Brief local reports about a former staffer accusing congressional candidate Carl DeMaio of sexual harassment surfaced this week, but the issue became national after a CNN story.

Roundtable Analyzes Peters-DeMaio, Cate-Kim Races And San Ysidro Teachers Strike

Oct. 10
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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The hottest spots in San Diego this week are not trendy restaurants. They are the 52nd Congressional District, the 6th City Council District and the elementary schools of San Ysidro.

San Diego Pays $50K To Woman Who Says Cop Molested Her As Teen

Oct. 10
Associated Press
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U-T San Diego reported Thursday that the woman is the 14th victim of former San Diego police Officer Anthony Arevalos, who is in prison for sexually assaulting women while on duty.

Congressman Hunter: 10 ISIS Terrorists Tried To Enter U.S.

Oct. 9
By Jill Replogle
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Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, told Fox News that at least 10 ISIS fighters were apprehended trying to cross into Texas from Mexico. The Homeland Security secretary's response: “We have no credible, specific intelligence to that effect.”

San Diego Steps Up Road Repairs With New Grinding Machine

Oct. 9
By Susan Murphy
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San Diego city leaders on Thursday unveiled a new street repair machine that can grind down and repair stretches of road instead of mending potholes with temporary patches.