Fletcher Takes Second Job at UCSD

By Nina Martenssen
|  Wednesday, Jan 23, 2013  |  Updated 7:30 AM PDT
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Fletcher Calls Out Alleged Retaliation of GOP

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What's Next for Nathan Fletcher?

Former mayoral candidate and assemblyman Nathan Fletcher herds rumors of his next political position on this episode of Politically Speaking with Gene Cubbison.

Fletcher Calls Out Alleged Retaliation of GOP

Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher condemned the Republican Party after the party's caucus chairman Brian Nestande resigned. Nestande was the lone Republican vote needed to close a tax 'loophole' for out of state businesses.
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Former San Diego mayor candidate Nathan Fletcher has another new job.

Fletcher is now teaching classes in California government and politics at UCSD. The part-time "Professor of Practice" position pays about $22,400 a year.

The former state assemblyman made headlines last year during the mayor's race, when he switched from Republican, to Independent.

Fletcher will continue his full-time job as senior director of corporate development at Qualcomm. There, his roles will include developing "global strategies" for wireless health initiatives, mobile education and the protection of intellectual property.

 He has not yet disclosed his salary for his Qualcomm position. 

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