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A Look At The Races, Issues On The Ballot In San Diego’s North County

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Above: A "Vote Here" sign hangs on the San Diego County Registrar Of Voters Office, Nov. 6, 2018.

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Voters in San Diego's north county will get to weigh in on several major races next month, from a county supervisor's seat to the 49th Congressional district race and a couple of housing development ballot measures.

Aired: February 17, 2020 | Transcript

The March 2020 primary is about two weeks away and voters in San Diego's North County will get to weigh in on several major races and issues.

There's the District 3 San Diego County Board of Supervisors race, the contest in the 49th Congressional District along with the 76th and 77th State Assembly races. Voters will also decide on two housing development measures, including Measure A, which could change how the county approves large housing developments in rural areas.

San Diego's North County has been trending blue since the 2018 blue wave that flipped the 49th Congressional District.

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KPBS' Alison St John joined Midday Edition on Monday with a round-up of the most significant races in San Diego's North County.

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