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Josh Butner

A retired Navy SEAL is running against Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Alpine), the fourth Democrat to enter next year’s race. Josh Butner, a member of the Jamul-Dulzura Union School District Board of Education, said he believes representing the 50th Congressional District would help fulfill a commitment to public service that started in his childhood, through his career in the Read More

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Lori Zapf

Lorie Zapf (pronounced “Zaff”) is an American elected official in San Diego, California. She serves as a San Diego City Councilmember representing City Council District 6. She was first elected to office in November 2010.[2] She is a Republican, although city council positions are officially nonpartisan per California state law. District 6 includes the neighborhoods of Bay Ho, Bay Park, Clairemont Mesa, Fashion Valley, Kearny Mesa, Linda Read More

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Nathan Fletcher

Nathan Fletcher is a Marine Corps combat veteran, former California State Assemblymember and is currently a Professor of Practice in Political Science at the University of California. As an elected member of the California State Assembly Fletcher served as Chair of the Assembly Committee on Jobs in the New Economy and is the author of Read More

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Sunday Gover

Sunday Gover is a lifelong San Diegan, public school mom and a successful small business owner. Now, Sunday is running for State Assembly to bring new leadership to Sacramento and make real progress on the priorities that matter to San Diego. As a mother and 18-year Scripps Ranch resident, Sunday understands the challenges ordinary people Read More

Yes On B (National City)

An initiative to repeal existing term limits on the mayor and to impose new term limits on the mayor, city council members, city clerk, and city treasurer is on the ballot for National Cityvoters in San Diego County, California, on June 5, 2018. A yes vote is a vote in favor of (1) repealing existing term limits of three consecutive four-year terms for the office Read More

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Yes on C (National City)

An initiative to preserve existing term limits for the mayor and to impose the same limits on city council members, the city clerk, and the city treasurer is on the ballot for National Cityvoters in San Diego County, California, on June 5, 2018. A yes vote is a vote in favor of (1) preserving the existing term limits of three consecutive four-year terms on the Read More

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