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Election 2022: A look at key local contests on the November ballot

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The ballot for the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, includes several races and issues of key local interest in the Point Loma and Ocean Beach area. Here are highlights:

There are two candidates on the Nov. 8 ballot for San Diego City Council District 2: Democratic incumbent council member/family physician Jennifer Campbell and Republican dentist/educator Linda Lukacs.

There are two candidates for San Diego school board Sub-District C on the Nov. 8 ballot: educator/parent Cody Petterson and educator/mom Becca Williams.

There are two candidates on the Nov. 8 ballot running for a two-year term to represent this district: Democratic Assemblymember Tasha Boerner Horvath and Republican CEO/financial adviser Dan Downey.

Republican business owner Corey Gustafson, who cofounded Dogleg Brewing Company, is challenging Democratic Rep. Scott Peters, who is seeking a sixth two-year term in the U.S. House of Representatives, in the redrawn 50th Congressional District.

City of San Diego Measure C: Proposal to lift the 30-foot coastal building height limit in the Midway District:

On Nov. 8, San Diego voters will be asked to lift the 30-foot building height limit in the Midway District and clear the way for a massive redevelopment of the city’s 48-acre sports arena property.

On Nov. 8, San Diego voters will be asked to lift the 30-foot building height limit in the Midway District and clear the way for a massive redevelopment of the city’s 48-acre sports arena property.

San Diego Unified School District Measure U: $3.2 billion bond measure for facilities projects, affordable housing for employees and facilities designed for transitional kindergarten:

The Nov. 8 ballot proposal would help to build employee affordable housing, upgrade facilities for transitional kindergarten and improve school security, officials say.


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