City Council district races are coming to a climax leading up to the November elections.

District 6 candidates Chris Cate and Carol Kim have some very different views when it comes to pivotal city issues.

On last week’s podcast, Cate joined Scott Lewis and Andy Keatts to talk about where he stands on four major city issues. (Kim joins us this week.)

Jump to 22:44 to hear where Cate’s stances on the minimum wage, the Climate Action Plan and more.

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Listen to the podcast hereon Stitcher or on iTunes.

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Show Notes

• Our Hero of the Week goes to Dwayne Crenshaw and Tony Young, who put aside a political rivalry to create an organization called RISE San Diego to empower urban leadership.

• Goat of the Week goes to San Diego 6 News for spreading an Ebola scare that had Twitter in a panic.

• San Diego Unified School District Board candidate Amy Redding says the only way she felt she could create change in the district was to become a board member. She joined Lewis and Keatts earlier in the podcast to share why she got involved in the race. Skip to 9:45 to hear the interview.

• Redding’s opponent Kevin Beiser has shown that he has a long term interest in politics – according to him, “there’s nothing better than being a U.S. congressman.”

• Trackers, spies, and scandals are some of things the Carl DeMaio campaign is afraid of. Internal emails in the DeMaio campaign obtained by the Washington Examiner show just that.

Michelle Monroy

Michelle was a reporting intern for Voice of San Diego during the fall of 2014. You can reach her by email.

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