“Ed Harris is a no-nonsense guy who lets the public know where he stands on the issues,” said Frye. “During his time as a city council member, he stood up for the public and showed up at community meetings.”
“Ed is not afraid to take a position on issues that are important to all San Diegans,” she added, “whether it’s supporting a minimum wage increase and the 30-foot height limit or opposing city leases that don’t benefit the public.”
Fry accused incumbent Mayor Kevin Faulconer of being reactive rather than proactive and failing to let the public know where he stands on key issues before the election. “I don’t know what his position is on the Chargers’ ballot measure, developing Mission Valley or fixing the 911 response times,” she said.
The race is non-partisan, but Faulconer is a Republican and Harris a Democrat. Independent Lori Saldaña is also on the June 7 ballon.
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