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City Attorney Jan Goldsmith
One of the bigger yawners during this year’s election cycle came when San Diego City Attorney Jan Goldsmith announced he was running again. His decision cleared the field of possible challengers, and at this month’s primary, Goldsmith won a second four-year term.
Goldsmith’s fingerprints will continue to be on big issues like implementing the June pension reform initiative, Proposition B, and the legally uncertain plan to finance the San Diego Convention Center expansion.
We’ll be doing a Q&A with Goldsmith later this week. Please submit your questions to me through email or Twitter. We’ll be discussing the hot-button topics and his priorities for the next four years. I’d imagine we’ll also touch on one of his more memorable assertions from his first term: Why Goldsmith believes he’s a player and not a potted plant.
Liam Dillon is a news reporter for Voice of San Diego. He covers San Diego City Hall, the 2012 mayor’s race and big building projects. What should he write about next?
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