Daily Business Report — June 6, 2012

Daily Business Report — June 6, 2012

San Diego : CA : USA | Jun 06, 2012 at 9:51 AM PDT
Source: San Diego Metropolitan
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Home / Daily Business Report / Daily Business Report June 6, 2012 Daily Business Report June 6, 2012 DeMaio and Filner Head for November Runoff for Mayor Nathan Fletcher Finishes 3rd, Bonnie Dumanis 4th Councilman Carl DeMaio and Rep. Bob Filner (D-San Diego) will square off in a November runoff... FULL ARTICLE AT San Diego Metropolitan
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  • Hall: You just lost the mayor's race. What's next?

      San Diego Union-Tribune
    The day after finishing third in the mayor's race, Nathan Fletcher answers questions from U-T reporter Craig Gustafson, left, and columnist Matthew T...John Gastaldo Looking more like a surfer than a state assemblyman, Nathan Fletcher stood before...
  • Prop. A impact on state funds in dispute

      San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Diegans have placed potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in legal limbo after overwhelmingly approving Proposition A, a measure that effectively bans labor-friendly contracts on city funded projects. The so-called project labor agreements...
  • DeMaio, Filner Prepare For November Showdown

      10 News
    City Councilman Carl DeMaio and Rep. Bob Filner wasted no time blasting each others ideas as the fight to become San Diego's next mayor kicked off the day after the primary election. On Tuesday night, DeMaio finished with 32 percent of the vote and...
  • News Analysis: Independents Falter in California Primary

      The New York Times
    But the election did provide a few surprises that would not have been possible with a traditional primary. For one thing, there could be as many as eight Congressional races in which two candidates from the same party run against each other in...
  • DeMaio, Filner must chart new course

      San Diego Union-Tribune
    Carl DeMaio Bob Filner They were able to stir up enough partisan passion to stave off the threat of an independent insurgent, but the path to the San Diego Mayor's Office for Republican City Councilman Carl DeMaio and Democratic Rep. Bob Filner will...
  • GOP basks in the election afterglow

      San Diego Union-Tribune
    Also of interest At Golden Hall in downtown, Lorena Gonzalez of the San Diego Labor Council makes the rounds of interviews. With her is Patirck Pierce, Director of Media & Membership Outreach...Cepeda Republicans are calling it a taxpayer revolution...

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