La Jolla’s Out, Rancho Santa Fe’s In

Erica Holloway Erica Holloway 3 Comments

With the mayor’s race sucking up all the oxygen, it’s hard to imagine there’s any other political news anywhere in San Diego County, but there is. Tomorrow, San Diego County’s Redistricting Advisory Committee will present three proposals to redraw the supervisors’ seats. All the maps propose lifting La Jolla out of Supervisor Pam Slater-Price’s district and moving it to Supervisor …

SAN DIEGO REPUBLICANS TO CALL ON COMMISSIONER MARQUEZ TO RESIGN

Thor's Assistant Rostra Administrator (Thor's Assistant) 12 Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THURSDAY, MAY 19th CONTACT: TONY KRVARIC (858) 699-3000 SAN DIEGO — In light of the recent revelations about commissioner Marquez’ residency – on top of his already documented partisan leanings – Chairman Tony Krvaric will call on Mr. Marquez to resign at the commission hearing this afternoon. “After learning about Mr. Marquez taking a job in Los …

You want to decide on the council districts, but you live where?

Greg Larkin Greg Larkin 5 Comments

One is reminded of the local political phrase from a couple of decades ago, “The Los Angelization of San Diego,” used to oppose land use proposals that would apparently lead us all to hell in a handbasket. The news is rippling through the polisphere that one of the City of San Diego Redistricting Commissioners, of the clearly partisan variety, has …

Redistricting Proposal — A Power Grab by Democrats and Labor in the City of San Diego

Greg Larkin Greg Larkin 10 Comments

Let’s put aside for the moment the well-debated controversies over the partisan backgrounds of some of those holding the reins of the City of San Diego Redistricting Commission. After all, it still comes down to the maps the Commission is to consider, whether pulled out of their hats, drawn by a consultant, proposed by the community, or some combination thereof. …