2018 elections

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2018 elections

by dh92126 » Thu Feb 08, 2018 11:11 am

San Diego will have a primary election on June 5, 2018. (Then the midterm general elections for California and the rest of the nation will be on November 6th.)

According to the election schedule (PDF), the last day to file ballot arguments with the city clerk for the June 5th election is Thursday, March 22nd. At some point before then they will publish the list of ballot propositions. Shall we take a look at them and consider submitting our arguments?

Or taking a step back, what are your thoughts on whether it is even appropriate for us to get involved in the election process for ballot arguments?