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Candidates from the 53rd Congressional District debated their plans to combat climate change and increase housing supply in San Diego on Feb. 3.

Democratic congressional candidates debate climate change, housing crisis

by Charlie Vargas, Staff Writer // February 5, 2020

Five Democratic candidates vying for California's 53rd congressional district debated climate crisis initiatives to constituents on Feb 3 at the Vista...

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Candidates from the 53rd Congressional District discuss foreign policy and national security issues.

Congressional candidates discuss national security, foreign policy

by Charlie Vargas, Staff Writer // October 30, 2019

On Oct. 26, the Truman National Security Project and San Diego State’s School of Public Affairs hosted a National Security Forum with candidates from...

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Sen. Harris is a strong candidate

by Catherine Van Weele, Staff Writer // February 6, 2019
She is bold and ambitious and would undoubtedly continue working to provide equal opportunity for all people.
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Young people can make a difference in 2020

by Kemi Giwa, Opinion Editor // January 23, 2019

Alas.  Campaign season has begun. Perhaps a bit early, to some — but for good reason, of course.  The primaries will be crowded, and each Democratic...

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From a college student: Congress, just do your job

by Aulani Capuchin, Contributor // March 14, 2016

In the midst of this mess of an election season, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead at his Texas ranch earlier last month. That...

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Candidates talk congressional race 2014: Carl DeMaio

Candidates talk congressional race 2014: Carl DeMaio

by Kellie Ferguson, Staff Writer // November 3, 2014

Republican Carl DeMaio previously worked to reform the budget of San Diego, finding many problems with the way San Diego county officials handled money....

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Candidates talk congressional race 2014: Scott Peters

Candidates talk congressional race 2014: Scott Peters

by Michelle Monroy, Senior Staff Writer // November 3, 2014

Democrat Scott Peters served locally on the City Council from 2000 to 2008. He became the city council’s first president in 2004, when a new form of...

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Approval ratings fail to change status quo

by Brody Burns // December 6, 2011

It took more than three decades but it has finally plunged into single digits and now sits at 9 percent. No, it’s not the likelihood of Herman Cain...

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