These were the most-read stories for the week of Nov. 5-11.
Carl DeMaio’s ability to rouse taxpayer anger at unions fueled his rise but ultimately kept him out of the mayor’s office.
Carl DeMaio concedes the race at a Wednesday morning press conference.
A big night for local Democrats and school boosters, the day in photos and fun moments, and a light that lingers.
We provide background and links on the biggest local and statewide races, all in one place.
Pension initiative passed in June limits across-the-board pay hikes, but the provisions might not apply to nonunion workers.
Both races are close.
The Democratic congressman said San Diego’s politics hadn’t kept up with its evolving demographics. But Filner’s lack of specific ideas make it hard to tell how he’ll lead the city.
How awkward will it get after the DA, U.S. attorney and city attorney tried to keep Bob Filner out of the Mayor’s Office?
The top Election Day contests worth watching from a San Diego point of view.
Close races remain, Vargas election is a first, DeMaio’s future, school bond fracas and Chargers got a grip.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619.550.5669.
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