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City Times Voter Guide: Propositions
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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Proposition 17: Parolees’ right to vote

Proposition 17
Prop. 17 amends state constitution to allow parolees to vote
Marlena Harvey, News Editor October 15, 2020
Proposition 17 restores voting rights to people on parole. Upon completion of prison sentence served, their voting rights would be restored, aligning California with other states.
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City College SEEDS surviving the pandemic

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Marlena Harvey, News Editor October 7, 2020
The SEEDS program at the Urban City Farm had supplied in-person learning for students of the City College agricultural program until it was closed to outside volunteers last March. 
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City College: Register to vote before it’s too late!

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California voters can register until Oct. 19
Marlena Harvey, News Editor September 8, 2020
The time to register to vote for the November presidential election is running low. California voters can register until Oct. 19.
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City College, SDCCD campuses to close due to COVID-19 concerns

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Campuses will be closed to students and faculty March 16-20 at San Diego City, Mesa and Miramar campuses
Marlena Harvey, Staff Writer March 13, 2020
Current COVID-19 safety precautions have caused the San Diego Community College District to close the week of March 16-20, campus administrators and the district chancellor, Constance Carroll, announced tonight.
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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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Marlena Harvey