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A poll worker at the North Park Library is shown handing out stickers to voters on June 5, 2018.
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A poll worker at the North Park Library is shown handing out stickers to voters on June 5, 2018.

Election 2018 San Diego Votes: Which Elections Have Local Candidates Missed?

KPBS has pulled voting records for the candidates running in the 2018 election

Candidates will be asking for your vote this November, but some of them haven't always made it to the polls themselves in past elections.

KPBS pulled records from the San Diego and Orange County registrars of voters to show when candidates registered to vote, which party (or parties) they registered with and whether they neglected to vote in past elections.

We then reached out to all the candidates to see if they wanted to comment on what we found.

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You can see the original records here.

Election 2018 San Diego Votes: Which Elections Have Local Candidates Missed?
KPBS pulled records from the San Diego and Orange County registrars of voters to show when candidates registered to vote, which party (or parties) they registered with and whether they neglected to vote in past elections.

KPBS pulled records from the San Diego and Orange County registrars of voters to show when candidates registered to vote, which party (or parties) they registered with and whether they neglected to vote in past elections.

As deputy investigations team and digital fellowship editor, Claire helps lead the investigations team and digital-first content like podcasts, YouTube videos and data visualizations. She works collaboratively with the news team to produce and enhance investigative and enterprising stories.
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