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June 7, 2010 (San Diego’s East County) –Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 8th. Find your polling place at this link: or check the back of your sample ballot. Sign up to follow EastCountyMag at if you wish to receive election night results and other breaking news bulletins.


If you missed our earlier articles on candidates for key local races, ballot initiatives, and more, scroll down for links to our major stories plus other  nonpartisan voter information sources. (As a nonprofit publication, ECM does not endorse candidates.) Because of deceptive slate mailers sent to voters, we've also provided links to official San Diego Democratic and Republican Party endorsements.  Links to East County Magazine coverage and more:



Ballot Propositions


“Open” primary measure, Prop 14, opposed by all political parties in California:

San Diego Chamber of Commerce joins labor, consumer and environmental groups in opposing Prop 16:

Prop 17 would hurt veterans and consumers, experts warn:

League of Women Voters offers recommendations on June ballot initiative:

Candidate interviews, forums, and profiles:


Videos now posted along with story: 77th Assembly and 36th State Senate candidate forum sponsored by San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce: Legislators offer diverse views and goals

Three Republicans battle to replace Joel Anderson for 77th Assembly seat:

Anderson speaks out on campaign finance issues:

Ethics, economy and education among top issues in 36th State Senate race:

Challengers vie for Hunter’s seat in Congress:

Democrats take aim at Supervisor Ron Roberts’ seat:

Salas and Vargas spar for nomination in fractious State Senate race:

2 Republicans square off in 78th Assembly district; winner to face Marty Block in November: education is key issue in race:


Francine Busby running for Congress again:
Attorney Tracy Emblem enters 50th Congressional race: Jobs, housing and healthcare are priorities:


Jobs! Hanson (Democratic candidate, 77th Assembly district) leads effort to train local workers for Gulf oil spill cleanup:

Sheriff candidates trade shots in heated debate: (Note: One candidate, Bruce Ruff, dropped out of the race after this debate)

Private prison group uses unregistered lobbyists while giving money to Sheriff Gore:


Judging the Judges: Christian right takes aim at four on June ballot:

Political Wrangling: Columnist Buck Shott provides a wrap-up on election news. See current and back columns:

Deceptive slate mailer targets Democratic voters:


More ECM sources of information:


Find many more articles in our Politics section:
Find editorials from readers and candidates:
Look up voting records of incumbents state and federal legislators in our “Capitol Report” section:

League of Women Voters nonpartisan information:


Look up key votes, interest group ratings and more about incumbent state and federal legislators at the nonpartisan League of Women Voters’ Project Vote-Smart site:

Political Party endorsements:


San Diego Democratic Party Voter Guide:

San Diego Republican Party Voter Guide:


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