Barbara Bry and Todd Gloria debate in August. Photo by Chris Stone

With the Nov. 3 general election just two weeks away, the broadcast and cable television channels in San Diego County are full of both national and local political advertising.

But if you don’t watch television, you may have missed those ads. Traditional television viewership is declining as a new generation cuts the cord and turns to laptops smartphones from their news.

So here are the latest political ads in race for San Diego Mayor — 30-second spots that were posted to YouTube a day ago.

In the first, state Assemblymember Todd Gloria talks about his experience as interim mayor after the resignation of disgraced Mayor Bob Filner.

In the second ad, City Councilmember Barbara Bry explains that she is an independent Democrat not beholden to special interests.

More political ads can be viewed online on the YouTube channels maintained by Bry and Gloria.

Chris Jennewein

Chris Jennewein is Editor & Publisher of Times of San Diego.