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San Diego County Democratic Leader Discusses 2020 Elections

Will Rodriguez-Kennedy, chair of the San Diego County Democratic Party, speak...

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Above: Will Rodriguez-Kennedy, chair of the San Diego County Democratic Party, speaks in an interview with KPBS, May 24, 2019.

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Will Rodriguez-Kennedy, chair of the San Diego County Democratic Party, says the party is focused on getting a Democratic majority on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors in 2020.

Aired: January 28, 2020 | Transcript

Mail ballots for the March primary will be going out as soon as next week and the San Diego County Democratic Party is looking to pick up a few key seats.

"If we take District 3 of the County Board of Supervisors, we will for the first time ever be a Democratic county on that body. It is the highest priority of the San Diego County Democratic Party to actually take that seat back. That's why we're going to hit the ground running when it comes to the general election," said party chair Will Rodriguez-Kennedy.

Other key races for county Democrats include the city of San Diego's mayoral race, San Diego city council races and Carlsbad's District 1 race.

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Rodriguez-Kennedy joined Midday Edition on Tuesday to talk about the party's priorities and strategies this election year.

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