Follow The Money: Deciding County Elections In November

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A poll worker at the North Park Library is shown handing out stickers to voters on June 5, 2018. (Megan Wood/inewsource)
A poll worker at the North Park Library is shown handing out stickers to voters on June 5, 2018. (Megan Wood/inewsource)

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This is the third in a five-part Follow The Money series on key ballot measures in the Nov. 6 election. In this episode, inewsource reporters Jill Castellano and Brad Racino look at Measure D, a ballot measure that would require elections for county offices to be decided in November. This would be a significant change in county politics.

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To listen, read or watch the third episode, go to inewsource.org.

The first two parts of this campaign money series were on Proposition 6, which would repeal a state gas tax increase, and on the SoccerCity and SDSU West stadium measures. The other topics that will be covered this week are a San Diego Unified School District bond proposal and a San Diego government transparency measure.

Each of the Follow The Money stories will air on KPBS radio and TV and are available as inewsource podcasts on iTunes. Listen to the third episode, read the transcript or watch the video below.

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Follow The Money: Deciding County Elections In November was last modified: October 10th, 2018 by inewsource

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