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  • Election day: Runoff likely in San Diego mayor's race

     
    In early returns, Councilman Carl DeMaio and Rep. Bob Filner appear headed for a November runoff to succeed termed-out Mayor Jerry Sanders....
  • Assembly OKs corporate tax change to raise $1 billion for scholarships

     
    State lawmakers change tax code to raise $1 billion for scholarships...
  • In last-minute scramble, lawmakers approve timber tax

     
    A tax on timber came back from the dead early Saturday morning, with lawmakers giving their final stamp of approval to the proposal in the final minutes of a legislative session that stretched past midnight....
  • Independent candidates to highlight new top-two election system

     
    Several independent candidates in the June 5 primary are scheduled to speak at a late afternoon news conference in San Diego Thursday to highlight the state's new open pirmary system. Voters who are not affiliated with a political party now make up more...
  • Nathan Fletcher, San Diego's renegade ex-Republican

    A computer programmed to design a promising young Republican politician would probably spit out Nathan Fletcher. Marine; Iraq combat veteran in Iraq; smart; athletic; married to a well-situated Republican; two little boys, adopted; two dogs, ditto....
  • U-T editor denies political bias in news coverage

    U-T editor denies political bias in news coverage
    SAN DIEGO -- The U-T San Diego tried to clarify a recording released Monday by mayoral candidate Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher that appears to show the paper's news editor expressing strong preferences in San Diego's upcoming mayoral election. The tape was...
  • Demaio: City wasted $130M last year

    Demaio: City wasted $130M last year
    SAN DIEGO -- The city of San Diego wasted about $130 million last year that could have been put to good use, mayoral candidate and City Councilman Carl DeMaio said Tuesday, while the mayor's office dismissed his claims as an election-year stunt. DeMaio...
  • Mayor backs local 'Idol' hopeful

    Mayor backs local 'Idol' hopeful
    SAN DIEGO -- "Official'' support for singer Jessica Sanchez on "American Idol'' gained steam Wednesday when Mayor Jerry Sanders urged San Diego residents to support the Chula Vista teen. Sanchez is one of the four remaining contestants in the Fox program...
  • DeMaio calls for 'Bill of Rights' for water users

    DeMaio calls for 'Bill of Rights' for water users
    SAN DIEGO -- Councilman Carl DeMaio Monday proposed a "Ratepayers Bill of Rights'' designed to limit future water cost increases to residents. The mayoral candidate said San Diegans have seen their water rates climb 67 percent in five years. The...
  • Business leaders move to middle of political spectrum

    Business leaders move to middle of political spectrum
    SAN DIEGO -- Not long after Nathan Fletcher broke away from the Republican Party and decided to run for San Diego’s mayor as an independent, a group of San Diego business and civic leaders decided to move away from their party affiliations. “...
  • Voters trickle in for Tuesday's primary elections

    Voters trickle in for Tuesday's primary elections
    SAN DIEGO -- More than 1,400 polling places opened Tuesday for a primary election in which San Diegans will vote for mayor, decide between two ballot measures and choose among numerous legislative and congressional candidates. Registrar of Voters Deborah...