Feb
11
2014

I am reminded that the special mayor’s election in San Diego is tonight.

Well, today.

Anyway, should be interesting. I have absolutely no idea who is going to win this…

…but that’s a dang good sign for Faulconer (the Republican). Early/absentee voting usually favors the Democrats. Still, I have no idea who will win.

4 Comments

  • BigGator5 says:

    For the record, I was NOT in San Diego today. That’s my story and I am sticking to it.

  • Patrick Thomas says:

    Usually in San Diego, absentees are Republican. It’s sad how far the city has fallen, but I think Faulconer should pull it out. Baby steps in the right direction. I am thankful that Todd Gloria didn’t decide to run. He would have been more trouble thanAlvarez. Alvarez is too inexperienced and would be a total puppet for the city unions. (I’d have to import Art Chance down to beat them down 🙂 )

  • Patrick Thomas says:

    I think you can call it.
    http://www.sdcounty.ca.gov/voters/results/election.xml
    63% precincts in and Faulconer 55% Alvarez 45%

  • Patrick Thomas says:

    One last comment. I’m glad Faulconer pulled a Jack Kemp and went to many of the regular communities that are not considered Republican areas and talk up the opportunities that are available. He got the endorsement of quite a few of the black churches, the SDAR(The realtor organization, the LGBT community, and the Asian American community. Republicans take note, when the option is freedom or the state, regardless of your party affiliation, freedom wins.

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