Latino American Political Association endorses Mayor Sam Abed

Mayor Sam Abed announced this week that he received the endorsement of the Latino American Political Association (LAPA) of San Diego in nearly unanimous vote, a notable coup for a non-Latino incumbent. LAPA  is  a non-partisan political organization whose mission is to promote leadership and unity in the Latino community and promote and increase Latino participation in the political process […]

Vanessa Valenzuela wants to focus on “potholes and neglected parks”

Vanessa Valenzuela has lived in Escondido since age  6. She graduated from Escondido High School and followed with a year at Palomar Community College.  She is a candidate for District 2 city council.  Her opponents include incumbent John Masson and another challenger Nicole Downey. She is a controller by profession and started for the Rancho Santa Fe Association, where she […]

Where’s the Hunter sign?

You can’t fault the sense of humor of local Democrats. Nick Singer of the Ammar Campa-Najjar for Congress in the 50th District sent us this photo of the storefront at the Escondido GOP headquarters, which coincidentally is almost next door to the Democratic HQ.  “Thought you might be interested to know that the Escondido republican office has 0 signs of […]

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