Bry sent a mailer to residents of the north San Diego district asking them to participate in her “virtual listening tour” in advance of the Nov. 8 general election.
“As the first high-tech entrepreneur on the City Council, I will bring a fresh perspective to City Hall to tackle the difficult challenges ahead,” she said. “I want to use technology to better communicate with constituents and to improve city services.”
She said she plans to take advantage of ideas residents have for improving neighborhoods.
Bry, a Democrat, received the largest number of votes in the June primary, and challenger Ray Ellis later dropped out of the race, leaving her as the sole candidate.
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