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San Diego City Council: We Said NO $5-Million Special Elections

Tuesday June 06 2017

FROM: No One Special, One Voter
San Diego City Resident 1976-
San Diego CA 92116

TO:  San Diego City Mayor and City Council

According to the City’s website, San Diego City’s population is about 1,307,402 people and San Diego County’s population was 3,095,313 in the 2010 Census Bureau count.

112,000 petition signers would like San Diego City to spend $5,000,000 that City taxpayers earned, most of them hour-by-hour, to hold a special election that would authorize our governments to spend a lot of the money paid to them.

VIDEO: Soccer City Pushes San Diego For $5-Million Special Election, City Council Votes NO 8-1

The voters of San Diego have already voted not to hold any more special elections. The costs are too high, turnouts are too low and produce flawed pictures of residents’ opinions, and there is always a dramatic increase in opportunities taken to manipulate and mis-inform residents and voters.

Under the increased glare of regular election spotlighting, these common criminal practices are more easily spotted, reported, and stopped by City elections officials.

Except for certain campaigns’ advertising blitzes, special elections are practically held in the dark, by comparison.