Mayoral candidate Todd Gloria casts his vote on Election Day

The candidate reached out to voters with a virtual phone bank

Todd Gloria phone bank

San Diego mayoral candidate Todd Gloria works a phone bank the day before the election. @ToddGloria Twitter image

Rachel de la Torre, Staff Writer

Todd Gloria, one of two Democratic San Diego mayoral candidates, made his final push for getting undecided voters to vote for his campaign.

On the day prior to Election Day, Gloria spent his day reaching out to voters who haven’t cast their ballots with a virtual phone bank, as seen on Gloria’s Twitter profile. 

California Governor Gavin Newsom, who endorsed Gloria, took part in the virtual phone bank alongside other local legislators. 

Election 2020 graphicAccording to CBS 8, Gloria and his opponent for San Diego mayor, Barbara Bry, have run vastly different campaigns.

Bry, describes herself as an “Independent Democrat” and uses her private sector experience on her campaign trail. 

Gloria showcases his endorsements from the California Democratic Party, and his own record during his time as a member of California’s State Assembly and as a member of San Diego City Council.

Gloria cast his vote earlier today at the San Diego County Registrar’s Office. Both candidates have scheduled campaign events until the polls close.


A confirmation of Bry’s vote was not shared on social media, as of publication.