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NBC 7 Hosts "Conversation with the Candidates"

Mayoral candidates Kevin Faulconer and David Alvarez will join Gene Cubbison, Catherine Garcia and Mark Mullen for a discussion on the issues facing San Diego

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    During NBC 7’s “Conversation with the Candidates,” mayoral candidates David Alvarez and Kevin Faulconer sparred over the Barrio Logan Community Plan proposal. Initially approved by city council, the issue will now appear on the ballot after a successful opposition referendum campaign. (Published Thursday, Jan 23, 2014)

    For some viewers, political debates - the use of rebuttals and time limits - can be stressful and distracting.

    Special Section: Race for Mayor

    Candidates on Pension Reform

    [DGO]Candidates on Pension Reform
    During NBC 7’s “Conversation with the Candidates,” mayoral candidates David Alvarez and Kevin Faulconer went back and forth on the topic of pension reform. Alvarez accused Faulconer of putting special interests over neighborhoods, while Faulconer criticized Alvarez for siding with unions who contribute to his campaign. (Published Thursday, Jan 23, 2014)

    So instead, NBC 7 hosted a conversation with the two candidates in San Diego’s run-off special election for mayor.

    On Thursday night, City Councilmembers Kevin Faulconer and David Alvarez joined NBC 7's Mark Mullen and Catherine Garcia along with Gene Cubbison, host of NBC 7’s “Politically Speaking,”  for a discussion of issues affecting San Diego.

    Conversation with the Candidates Preview

    [DGO]Conversation with the Candidates Preview
    With fewer than three weeks until the special election, NBC 7 will host a conversation with the mayoral candidates Thursday night. NBC 7’s political reporter Gene Cubbison has a preview of what will be discussed, including the recently uncovered campaign finance scandal. (Published Thursday, Jan 23, 2014)

    The conversation started talking about the scandal over use of money from outside the U.S. to influence the mayoral election in 2012 and 2013. The discussion got heated when the candidates tackled topics like pension reform, the Barrio Logan community plan and a new stadium for the Chargers. Alvarez and Faulconer had similar stances on police officer recruitment, as well as medical marijuana and recreational marijuana.

    Voters go to the polls on Feb. 11.


     

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