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City Times, Newscene kick off live election coverage

San Diego City Times, Newscene staffs working from virtual newsroom on Election Day
Vicky Pineda, Editor-in-Chief November 3, 2020
The staffs of City Times and Newscene are working from our virtual newsroom and will be sharing live updates throughout the week.
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Proposition 19

Proposition 19: Property tax transfers

If passed, local governments, schools could gain millions in revenue per year
Alex Gomez, Staff Writer October 16, 2020
Proposition 19 allows eligible homeowners to transfer the tax base value of their home to a replacement home of any value.
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Voting Options

VIDEO: Early voting, vote-by-mail all options for 2020 Election

Voting started on Oct. 6
Susana Serrano, Digital & Engagement Producer, Newscene October 9, 2020
With Election Day coming on Nov. 3 and seemingly constant changes to state election processes due to politics and the pandemic, San Diego County officials are urging voters to take advantage of mail-in voting.
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City College students are reminded to register to vote

Today is National Voter Registration Day
Rachel de la Torre, Staff Writer September 22, 2020
National Voter Registration Day is a nonpartisan civic holiday that encourages citizens of the United States to register to vote on the fourth Tuesday of September.
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SDCCD Board of Trustees

SDCCD incumbents move forward toward general election

Incumbents took the lead in their respective district primary elections
Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle, Managing Editor April 8, 2020
The San Diego Community College District Board of Trustees’ primary election results are in, with two current incumbents, alongside two new candidates, holding a position in the November elections.
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Poll worker pin

FIRST PERSON: My experience as a poll worker

City Times reporter Ian Tapang, a nine-year poll worker veteran, had the opportunity to work as a precinct inspector during the midterm election.
Ian Tapang, Staff Writer November 16, 2018
City Times staff writer Ian Tapang took a break from his role as a student journalist to continue an important role: poll worker for the 2018 midterm election.
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Poling place sign

Provisional ballots still an option for unregistered voters

Those who missed the registration deadline may still cast a vote on Nov. 6.
Carla Zuniga, Staff Writer November 6, 2018
There is still a chance to cast a vote on Nov. 6 even if the Oct. 22 registration deadline was missed. A person can still visit their nearest polling place and cast a provisional ballot on Election Day.
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City Times election insert

Need last-minute voter information?

The City Times has resources available to help even the most indecisive voter.
CT Staff November 6, 2018
If you are still on the fence on the important issues, here's a list of recent City Times stories to help you out.
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Free rides, coffee and beer on Election Day

Once the voting process is officially completed, voters can reward themselves at local bars and eateries.
Nadia Mishkin, News Editor November 6, 2018
The voting process itself can be an arduous journey. Once the voting process is officially completed, voters can reward themselves.
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Proposition 7

Proposition 7 allows voters to change daylight saving time

Voters must overturn a nearly 70-year-old proposition to enact a permanent DST.
David Ahumada, Visuals Editor November 5, 2018
The time was adjusted one hour back in the early morning hours of Nov. 4. But Proposition 7 in the upcoming election may lead the way to one day never having to adjust the clocks.
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Proposition 12

Animal confinement regulations once again in the hands of California voters

After approving an animal confinement measure in 2008, voters must weigh in on a more specific animal confinement proposition
Jennifer Souza, Staff Writer November 5, 2018
Proposition 12, an animal welfare proposition that the voters of California will consider on the Nov. 6 midterm elections, can get confusing. The Humane Society is driving the yes campaign and PETA is behind the no campaign.
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Qualcomm Stadium

SoccerCity, SDSU West set to battle at the ballot

The fight over the Mission Valley stadium site land will be before voters on Nov. 6
Brian Mohler, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 31, 2018
Something beautiful may develop at the Mission Valley stadium site, but competition over dueling proposals on the November ballot has gotten ugly. On one side is SoccerCity and Measure E. On the other, SDSU West and Measure G.
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