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Election 2020: Where Do Local Candidates Stand On The Issues?

A register to vote sign is pictured in Golden Hill, San Diego, Sept. 22, 2020.

Photo by Christopher Underwood

Above: A register to vote sign is pictured in Golden Hill, San Diego, Sept. 22, 2020.

KPBS has created an online Voter Guide with information about everything from the candidates to the measures and propositions.

We also asked state, county and citywide candidates a variety of questions on where they stand on some of the most contentious issues ranging in issues from the coronavirus pandemic, police reform, immigration and homelessness.

Candidates answered with a YES, NO or OTHER, as well as a short explanation for each question, which can be viewed by clicking on the boxes below. If the box displays a "no answer", that means the candidate did not provide an answer.

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