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Why voters make their choices keeps website workers busy during election seasons. San Diego voters, just done with their extra 2014 work choosing a replacement Mayor, can find the facts that justify June primary votes at the online nonpartisan organization's San Diego COunty election page.

Notices on all the races in the local contest give page visitors the facts to think about. Facts on the candidates list for the judicial, school, county, and city positions, and, on the local propositions. The propositions A to H have a brief description.

Candidate profiles will come later, the website informs voters., a nonprofit that brings in partners from organizations up to date on local, and state, politics, keeps the election choices open for the visiting voters. "One of the most comprehensive and reliable sources of unbiased information for voters on the web," they say.

Voters can count on finding occupation information on candidates at this early date. The District 8 council race in San Diego features a current councilmember, David Alvarez. Educators take their opportunities to get their first council seat in District 6.

The small local San Diego County page covers a big southern city in the county, Chula Vista. Mary Salas' time to try city mayor leads the notices on southern county political activities.

Quick information on the candidates and propositions a San Diegan will get polled on stays available for voters who use a side box, My Ballot. An address and zip code pulls up the ballot and the voter's polling place.

San Diegans only looking for their ballots can use SmartVoter's special feature. Ballot Lookup.

Unknown notices can throw off open elections. online prevents learning compromises during political contests. Learning Prop A does not have to be a sophisticated voter education experience. The practical write-up online gives a voter a useful public statement on the plan to amend the City Charter, and, nove up the date on a newly elected official being sworn into office.

The line continues next week. . . .

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