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The scheduling requests to meet with state Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez have grown considerably since her recent appointment as head of the Assembly’s mega-powerful Appropriations Committee. Read more

Spin Cycle

The idyllic setting-a sunny day at Ellen Scripps Browning Park in La Jolla, overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean-belied the sadness of Nathan Fletcher's news conference on Wednesday announcing his endorsement of David Alvarez in the San Di... Read more

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The problem with the poorly designed new central library ["Editorial," Oct. 2] is not that it lacks any cohesion, or that the materials and finishes are drab, or that it has now permanently scarred modern architecture in San Diego-the probl... Read more

Letters to the Editor

 San Diego City Councilmember David Alvarez today pulled the paperwork necessary to run for mayor of San Diego. He joins other high-profile candidates Nathan Fletcher, Kevin Faulconer and Mike Aguirre in the race to replace Bob Filner as the ... Read more

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The homeless are here to stay because it's a perfect environment for them. The people in my building care about the community and so do the family business owners and untold numbers of nonprofits within a few miles. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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"Prop. B actually costs more than doing nothing, and he has made our most important problem worse." Read more

Letters to the Editor

Back in 2010, Nathan Fletcher told Voice of San Diego the following about his position on same-sex marriage: <blockquote... Read more

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When it comes to voting, you're damned if you do and damned if you don't, but you're a damned fool if you don't read our voter guide first. Read more

News & Opinion

In an interview, the U-T essentially informed Fletcher that the paper can't endorse him because he'd been bad-mouthing the Republican Party amid his high-profile decision to leave the GOP and become independent. Read more

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