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San Diego County Needs More Bilingual Poll Workers

Oct. 23
By Priya Sridhar

San Diego County's Registrar of Voters recruiters say they need almost 400 bilingual poll workers for the upcoming election.

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What's At Stake For San Diego In Proposition 6 Gas Tax Vote

Oct. 23
By Andrew Bowen

Proposition 6, a measure to repeal last year's increase to the state gas tax, could be one of the most consequential issues on the November ballot. The measure could ease the direct cost of car ownership, but would also eliminate billions in new transportation funding.

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City Council Repeals Regulations On Vacation Rentals

Oct. 22
By City News Service

The San Diego City Council voted 8-1 Monday to repeal an ordinance that placed regulations on short-term renters using platforms like Airbnb and HomeAway.

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Monday Is California's Voter Registration Deadline

Oct. 22
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

This November, California voters will choose the state's next governor, decide a winner in the U.S. Senate race and weigh in on 11 state propositions.

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Your Guide To San Diego County’s 11 School Bond Measures

Oct. 22
By Megan Burks

Voters from Bonsall to the South Bay will be asked to approve school bonds this election. How do you know if the bond on your ballot is a good one?

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Fletcher v. Dumanis: A Prelude To The Partisan Battle For San Diego County

Oct. 19
By Andrew Bowen

The race to represent District 4 on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors is one of the most closely watched this election season. It could be a preview of an even bigger partisan battle for control of the board in 2020.

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Desmond, Gomez Compete For San Diego District 5 Supervisors Seat

Oct. 18
By Priya Sridhar

The District 5 County Board of Supervisors seat is up for grabs for the first time in more than two decades.

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Voter Cram Session: AirTalk Breaks Down The Ballot Propositions

Oct. 18
KPCC

Voters have fewer propositions to sift through than two years ago, but will be asked to vote on 11 statewide ballot measures this fall. Among them, Californians will decide whether local governments should be able to expand rent control, whether to retain the gas tax, and if the state should only sell cage-free eggs.

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San Ysidro School District Spent $276,000 On After-School Program That Never Happened

Oct. 18
By Megan Wood / inewsource

A San Diego woman who touts her connections to former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and billionaire philanthropist T. Denny Sanford to promote her after-school programs sold the San Ysidro School District a sports and cheer package that never happened.

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Feinstein Takes Heat Over Trump, Immigration In Only Debate

Oct. 17
By Associated Press

Sharing a stage with an election opponent for the first time in nearly two decades, Feinstein took fire from de Leon over immigration, health care and the environment.

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A Conversation With US Senate Candidates Kevin de Leόn And Dianne Feinstein

Oct. 17
By Brooke Ruth, Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

Midday Edition presents live special coverage of the non-partisan Public Policy Institute of California's discussion with the candidates for U.S. Senate.

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Democrats Look To Flip 49th Congressional Seat After 18 Years Of Republican Issa

Oct. 17
By Alison St John

The 49th Congressional District race is at the tip of the spear of Democratic efforts to gain control of the House in November.

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Democrats Fighting For Congress Refuse Corporate Donors

Oct. 17
By Jill Castellano / inewsource

In San Diego’s most competitive races for Congress, the Democratic candidates are avoiding donations from corporations while outraising their Republican challengers.

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Proposition 5 Would Give Older Californians A Tax Break

Oct. 16
By Maureen Cavanaugh

If passed by California voters in November, the proposition would allow homeowners 55 and older and severely disabled people to purchase a new home, and then use a formula combining their new and old home values to come up with their property tax bill.

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GOP Gubernatorial Candidate John Cox Blames California's 'Political Class' For Affordability Crisis

Oct. 16
By Amita Sharma

Cox said he would streamline regulations, end "frivolous litigation and lawsuits," and shorten the approval process to help resolve the state's housing crunch.

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Republican Party Not Spending As Much As Democratic Party In San Diego County Races

Oct. 15
By Jill Castellano / inewsource

The San Diego County Democratic Party isn’t just hoping to win a lot of seats in the upcoming election — it’s spending a lot of money to make that happen.

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Measure E Aims To Reshape San Diego's Mission Valley

Oct. 15
By Erik Anderson

Measure E asks city of San Diego voters to approve a massive redevelopment project in Mission Valley.

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Passage Of Measure G Would Allow San Diego State To Expand Into Mission Valley

Oct. 15
By Erik Anderson

SDSU boosters are promoting Measure G — SDSU West — to allow the university to buy a portion of the Mission Valley stadium site to build an auxiliary campus.

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Follow The Money: The Measure For San Diego Government Transparency

Oct. 12
By Brad Racino / inewsource, Jill Castellano / inewsource

This is the fifth of a five-part Follow The Money series by inewsource reporters Jill Castellano and Brad Racino, leading up to the Nov. 6 election. In this final installment, they look at Measure J, which would change the city of San Diego’s charter and require companies doing business with the city to disclose all the people associated with the transaction.

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Outside Spending Surges In San Diego City Council Races

Oct. 12
By Claire Trageser

Political action committees and other outside organizations are spending heavily in the San Diego City Council races that will be decided Nov. 6, especially in Republican incumbent Lorie Zapf’s District 2. That race could potentially change the balance of power on the council.

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San Diego County Cancels Some Voter Registrations After DMV Errors

Oct. 12
By Jill Castellano / inewsource, Nicole Tyau / inewsource

The Secretary of State’s Office has canceled 123 voter registration records in San Diego County that the California Department of Motor Vehicles accidentally created as part of a new Motor Voter program.

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Follow The Money: The Campaign For San Diego Unified’s $3.5 Billion Bond

Oct. 11
By Brad Racino / inewsource, Jill Castellano / inewsource

This is the fourth of a five-part Follow The Money series by inewsource reporters Jill Castellano and Brad Racino, leading up to the Nov. 6 election. In this installment, they look at Measure YY, the San Diego Unified School District’s $3.5 billion proposed bond measure.

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Former Radio Host Hopes To Unseat Incumbent In City Council District 6 Race

Oct. 10
By Claire Trageser

Democrat Tommy Hough hopes to unseat Chris Cate, the Republican incumbent councilman, in San Diego City Council District 6, which covers communities including Clairemont Mesa, Kearny Mesa, Mira Mesa and Sorrento Valley.

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Follow The Money: Deciding County Elections In November

Oct. 10
By Brad Racino / inewsource, Jill Castellano / inewsource

This is the third of a five-part Follow The Money series by inewsource reporters Jill Castellano and Brad Racino, leading up to the Nov. 6 election. In this installment, they look at Measure D, a ballot measure that would require elections for county offices to be decided in November. This would be a significant change in county politics.

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Carlsbad Mayor's Race Offers Voters Different Visions

Oct. 9
By Alison St John

Voters in Carlsbad will choose between two candidates for mayor who offer very different visions for the future. It’s a race that offers Carlsbad voters a break with tradition.

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