Few things have been more consistently moderate in San Diego than its mayor. However, this will change when voters choose between two unusually partisan candidates, either congressman Bob Filner or city council member Carl DeMaio, to become the mayor.
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Last August, a local law office hosted a news conference in which several big-name San Diego Democratic politicians attended.
Former President Bill Clinton endorsed Democratic Rep. Bob Filner for the next Mayor of San Diego Mayor last Wednesday.
Scrolling through social network newsfeeds can be a mundane activity filled with dull statuses and pictures of every irrelevant thing your friends have ever done.
In 1994, California voters reeling from a series of gruesome murders approved a three-strikes law toughening punishment for repeat criminals. The law was intended to prevent crime before it happened by imprisoning felons tagged as likely repeat offenders for much longer sentences.
Last Thursday, the San Diego State chapter’s of Andrea O’Donnell Womyn’s Outreach Association San Diego State chapter hosted its annual Love Your Body Day at Scripps Cottage.
The Korean Traditional Music Orchestra of the Blind performed Oct. 30 at San Diego State’s Smith Recital Hall.
Tomorrow, Calif. voters will decide on the outcome of their paychecks by voting “yes” or “no” on Proposition 32.
As part of the “Rock the Vote” event series sponsored by Associated Students, San Diego State student activists held a debate on campus Wednesday afternoon to inform students about relevant issues affecting the student population as well as the country as a whole.
Proposition 33 is a ballot initiative asking California voters to approve a new discount for drivers who have maintained consistent auto insurance coverage for at least five years.