Name: Ed Tworuk



Neighborhood: Rancho Bernardo

Tworuk voted for Sanders: “I just think he’s kind of good at the job,” he said. For city attorney he’s supporting Scott Peters. “I think he’s a good man and he’s a Democrat, like me. Last time I voted for Aguirre, but I’ve lost patience with him, I just gradually lost patience with him, there was no one big lighting-crash moment.”

Name: Armando Alvarez

Age: 76

Occupation: Retired

Neighborhood: Rancho Bernardo

Alvarez voted for Sanders for mayor: “I’m a Republican. He’s doing a good job, and I like the fact that he’s an ex-police officer. I think he’s got things under control.”

Maienschein for City Attorney: “I wasn’t going to vote for Aguirre, I don’t like him. I voted for Maienschein.”

And for City Council: “I don’t remember who I voted for.”

Name:Angela Spucces

Age: 48

Occupation: Outside Sales Rep

Neighborhood: Rancho Bernardo

Spucces voted for Eric Bidwell for mayor: “Even if he doesn’t win, I’m tired of the same old same old. It’s time for a change now. We need some new blood. I was willing to go across partisan lines just to get some new blood in here after Sanders”

Jan Goldsmith for City Attorney: “Granted he’s old school, but at the same time, I have a feeling that he’d be fair and balanced.”

And Carl DeMaio for city council: “I didn’t know a whole heck of a lot about him, but I liked the fact that he’s a government watchdog. I usually spend hours and hours researching but this election popped up on me too quickly.”


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