Former mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio announced today that he will continue his work as a government watchdog by heading up two reform groups – one focused on the State of California, and one focused on the City of San Diego.
Latino advocate K.B. Forbes, who has served as a spokesperson and communications advisor on three U.S. Presidential campaigns and numerous state and local races, has joined the Carl DeMaio campaign as Communications Director.
Art Castañares, long time Democrat political consultant and former Chairman of the San Diego County Democratic Party, has joined the Carl DeMaio for Mayor campaign. Castañares will provide strategic advice on communications and coalition outreach.
In a survey of 400 likely November voters in the City of San Diego, 40 percent of respondents support or lean toward Filner in the Mayor’s race. Thirty-two percent of respondents said they support San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio and 29 percent were undecided.
District Attorney and Mayoral candidate Bonnie Dumanis today urged voters to get the entire story behind Nathan Fletcher's voting record and brief time as a Sacramento politician. Since the beginning of the year he has been missing in action 70% of the time at his job in Sacramento. A check of his record also shows he has voted along party lines most of the time and voted against women’s issues, environmental protection and transparency.
San Diego District Attorney and Mayoral candidate Bonnie Dumanis released a statement in response to this morning’s ruling that will allow San Diego’s Comprehensive Pension Reform initiative to go before voters on June 5.