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Sushi 2 On Broadway

A local business transforms wooden boards into art

Remnants of earlier protests, concern for post-election unrest is a canvas
Brandon Manus, Staff Writer November 3, 2020
A few businesses around Downtown San Diego have been boarding up in fear of protests sparked by the 2020 presidential election, according to numerous media reports. But Sushi 2 On Broadway decided to turn protest defense into something of art and community.
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OPINION: Prop 18 shapes positive habit in young voters

OPINION: Prop 18 shapes positive habit in young voters

Produced in collaboration with City College history students
City Times Staff, Editor October 28, 2020
Proposition 18 amends the California Constitution to permit 17-year-olds to vote in primary and special elections, with the expectation they will turn 18 by the next general election and otherwise be eligible to vote.
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City Times Voter Guide: Propositions

Props got you stumped? City Times has you covered

Check out the 12 California propositions
Marlena Harvey, News Editor October 20, 2020
Are you one of the many still holding onto your mail-in ballot, or maybe waiting until Election Day on Nov. 3 to cast your ballot? City Times has published a voting guide for each proposition.
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Donald Trump and Joe Biden

Trump, Biden face off for first time

City Times staffers share a user’s guide to the first presidential debate
Vicky Pineda and Gabriel Schneider September 29, 2020
The 2020 election is 35 days away and President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will go head-to-head in their first debate tonight. 
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SDCCD Board of Trustees

SDCCD Board of Trustees holds its primary election

Two of the current board members are running against two new candidates
Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle, Managing Editor March 2, 2020
Two current board members are up for re-election: Bernie Rhinerson and Mary Graham. They are running against Alex Loupe and Mike Palomba. The SDCCD Board of Trustees is responsible for the management and oversight of the entire district.
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Construction continues on the City College campus behind the S building. Photo by Isaac Limon/City Times

Understanding Prop 13

Learn more about the Public Preschool, K–12, and College Health and Safety Bond Act of 2020
City Times Staff March 2, 2020
If passed, this proposition authorizes $15 billion in bonds for public education, $2 billion of which are designated to community colleges for construction and renovations of facilities and the remaining $13 billion allocated to pre-schools, K-12 schools and public universities.
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San Diego City Hall

Get to know the candidates for mayor of San Diego

Residents of the city of San Diego will be able to vote for one of these candidates.
City Times Staff March 2, 2020
City Times compiled a list of the candidates running for the mayor of San Diego, with a brief description of who they are and their campaign. Due to space, some candidate endorsements were not included. 
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I voted stickers in a blue basquet.

Ballot measures present on the March 3 ballot

Read about the measures present on your primary ballot
City Times Staff March 2, 2020
City Times compiled a list of the measures that are present on the San Diego County primary of March 3. This includes a description and some key elements.
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Red and white sign shows the direction to the polls in San Diego CA.

Get to know the 2020 Democratic Presidential candidates

The candidates will be present on the March 3 ballot
City Times Staff March 2, 2020
City Times compiled a list of the Democratic candidates running for the presidential nomination, with a brief description of who they are and their campaign.
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Prepping for the primaries

A quick guide to the upcoming primaries
Marlena Harvey February 28, 2020
This year, the California presidential primaries will be held in March instead of June. Unlike the previous 2012 and 2016 primaries, the 2020 primaries will give California voters the ability to cast their votes three months earlier.
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Senator Bernie Sanders speaking. Background is black and there are only a few lights illuminating the senator.

Bernie Sanders holds immigration rally

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders held an immigration rally at San Ysidro High School on Dec. 20.
Vicky Pineda, Sports Editor December 22, 2019
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who is currently a candidate for the democratic presidential nomination, held a rally at San Ysidro High School to talk immigration.
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