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SDCCD board of trustees set, David Alvarez concedes to Sean Elo

SDCCD board of trustees set, David Alvarez concedes to Sean Elo

Jonny Rico, Editor-in-Chief

November 16, 2018

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City Councilman David Alvarez told Voice of San Diego that he conceded to his opponent Sean Elo in the race for San Diego Community College District board of trustees.

FIRST PERSON: My experience as a poll worker

FIRST PERSON: My experience as a poll worker

Ian Tapang, Staff Writer

November 16, 2018

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City Times staff writer Ian Tapang took a break from his role as a student journalist to continue an important role: poll worker for the 2018 midterm election.

UPDATE: Water leak temporarily shuts off water in R building

UPDATE: Water leak temporarily shuts off water in R building

November 13, 2018

A water leak in a San Diego City College parking lot caused a water shutdown in the R-building on Nov. 13. The R building was still operational except for the restrooms, which were temporarily closed.

With deadline approaching, Transfer Center ready to help students

With deadline approaching, Transfer Center ready to help students

November 8, 2018

San Diego City College's Transfer Center is a place where students are not only guided through their community college journey, but also down their career path.

San Diego election results and analysis

San Diego election results and analysis

November 6, 2018

The City Times staff will update this article throughout the evening with the latest election results, live from Golden Hall.

Provisional ballots still an option for unregistered voters

Provisional ballots still an option for unregistered voters

November 6, 2018

There is still a chance to cast a vote on Nov. 6 even if the Oct. 22 registration deadline was missed. A person can still visit their nearest polling place and cast a provisional ballot on Election Day.

Need last-minute voter information?

Need last-minute voter information?

November 6, 2018

If you are still on the fence on the important issues, here's a list of recent City Times stories to help you out.

Free rides, coffee and beer on Election Day

Free rides, coffee and beer on Election Day

November 6, 2018

The voting process itself can be an arduous journey. Once the voting process is officially completed, voters can reward themselves.

Proposition 7 allows voters to change daylight saving time

Proposition 7 allows voters to change daylight saving time

November 5, 2018

The time was adjusted one hour back in the early morning hours of Nov. 4. But Proposition 7 in the upcoming election may lead the way to one day never having to adjust the clocks.

Animal confinement regulations once again in the hands of California voters

Animal confinement regulations once again in the hands of California voters

November 5, 2018

Proposition 12, an animal welfare proposition that the voters of California will consider on the Nov. 6 midterm elections, can get confusing. The Humane Society is driving the yes campaign and PETA is behind the no campaign.

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