These were the most-read stories for the week of June 4-10.

1. U-T Writer Wonders If He Got Sacked for Being Obstructionist 

Sports writer Tim Sullivan says no one’s told him why he got the boot, but he thinks it might be for his stance on the Chargers stadium.

2. The Curious Voter’s Guide to the City Election 

At last, it’s showtime! Let us help you get caught up on the issues and candidates.

3. It’s DeMaio vs. Filner 

By eschewing the traditional moderates, San Diegans have set up a rare partisan battle in the November mayoral election.

4. Concessions or Not, Teachers Will Get Raises Next Year 

A furious battle over whether the teachers union should make concessions on promised pay raises belies a simple fact: Even with concessions, no teachers will see their pay decrease.

5. The 5 Dramas to Follow on Election Night 

No matter who gets the second spot in the mayor’s race in November, it will have major implications beyond San Diego.

6. Morning Report: It’s Right vs. Left in Battle for Mayor 

It’ll be a classic ideological battle for mayor, mad props due the props (they win big), council fight looms and voters (some of them) speak out.

7. The New Republican Coalition Is Validated 

Now, is it strong enough to take over San Diego City Hall?

8. Filner Edging Out Fletcher in Early Returns; DeMaio in First 

Proposition B, the 401(k) initiative looks strong, as does Proposition A, the ban on union-friendly contracting.

9. Pension Reform Initiative Prevails 

Now the measure faces great uncertainty in the courtroom and in how it’s implemented at City Hall.

10. Morning Report: For SD Teachers, Raises No Matter What 

Proposition Money, reactions to mysterious columnist firing at U-T, Tri-City might be de-wacko’ed, and SD’s indie mayors.

Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at or 619.550.5669.

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Dagny Salas

Dagny Salas was web editor at Voice of San Diego from 2010 to 2013. She was an investigative fellow at VOSD from 2009 to 2010.

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