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  • San Diego GOP power brokers map out comeback after Filner debacle

    San Diego GOP power brokers map out comeback after Filner debacle
    SAN DIEGO — Republican Party leaders and their allies in the business community did not like it when a Democrat was elected mayor last November.
  • Spinning zombies enliven San Diego mayor's race

    Spinning zombies enliven San Diego mayor's race
    There may be no more derivative industry than Hollywood -- see "Rocky" movies 1 through 6 or any of hundreds, if not thousands, of formulaic bromance/road trip/gross out/superhero/improbable romance/triumphant underdog movies all built on a single, once-...

    David Alvarez a surprise contender to replace San Diego ex-mayor Filner

    David Alvarez a surprise contender to replace San Diego ex-mayor Filner
    SAN DIEGO — At a busy corner in the Skyline neighborhood, City Councilman and mayoral candidate David Alvarez is looking with annoyance at a gravel-strewn lot surrounded by a wire fence. Inside the fence is an abandoned gas station and tall weeds....

    Former assemblyman files papers to fill Bob Filner's mayoral seat

    Former assemblyman files papers to fill Bob Filner's mayoral seat
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego Mayor Bob Filner has not yet officially resigned, but one high-profile candidate has already signed up for a special election to take his place. Former Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher, who lost in last year’s mayoral primary,...

    Bob Filner's last day as San Diego mayor; special election set

    Bob Filner's last day as San Diego mayor; special election set
    SAN DIEGO -- The resignation of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner becomes effective at 5 p.m. Friday, ending a tumultuous nine months that began with promises of a "progressive agenda" and better services for neighborhoods but ended in scandal and litigation...