Election 2022: A look at key local contests on the November ballot
The ballot for the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, includes several races and issues of key local interest in the La Jolla area. Here are highlights:
There are two candidates for San Diego school board Sub-District C on the Nov. 8 ballot: educator/parent Cody Petterson and educator/mom Becca Williams.
There are two candidates on the Nov. 8 ballot running for this four-year state Senate term: Democratic Encinitas Mayor Catherine Blakespear and Republican small business owner Matt Gunderson.
There are two candidates on the Nov. 8 ballot running for a two-year term to represent this district: Democratic Assemblymember Tasha Boerner Horvath and Republican CEO/financial adviser Dan Downey.
Republican business owner Corey Gustafson, who cofounded Dogleg Brewing Company, is challenging Democratic Rep. Scott Peters, who is seeking a sixth two-year term in the U.S. House of Representatives, in the redrawn 50th Congressional District.
San Diego Unified School District Measure U: $3.2 billion bond measure for facilities projects, affordable housing for employees and facilities designed for transitional kindergarten:
The Nov. 8 ballot proposal would help to build employee affordable housing, upgrade facilities for transitional kindergarten and improve school security, officials say.
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