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Time coming to review June election

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Citizen work on elections will not go away after voters on Tuesday decide whether Kevin Faulconer or David Alvarez will serve as the next Mayor. The work picks back up in March.

Candidates registered for the June election will get their campaign pitches going strong. San Diegans can learn the winning character behind the names during March through May. Election materials the City Clerk's office puts out will reveal the candidates histories and biographies in candidate statements the candidates write.

Decisons to support or oppose can take the full time the city gives voters to make their opinioin count.

THis is a Center Line Policy Alert.

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