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Election Day is Here

California's Primary Election is June 5



    Election Day is Here

    The day has come and the votes are cast.

    We are airing live coverage of all the major races from 8 to 11 p.m., with NBC 7 San Diego reporters embedded at all the major election night campaign headquarters and analysis from experts across the political spectrum.

    Click here to see live coverage of all the races, plus real-time election results.

    The coverage will be live on our California Nonstop channel -- Time Warner channel 253 and Cox channel 807.

    Your Guide to Decide: Prop 28

    [DGO] Your Guide to Decide: Prop 28
    This episode of Politically Speaking with Gene Cubbison features perspectives on Prop. 28 from Thad Kousser, political science professor at UC San Diego who supports the measure and Jeff Marston, a political communications consultant and co-founder of the Independent Voter Project.
    (Published Sunday, June 3, 2012)

    It's all going to be on our website as well, where we'll stream our coverage live and open up commentary to our friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter. To make your voice heard via social media, Tweet your commentary with the hashtag #NBC7Vote.

    In what's proved to be one of the hottest races of the election season, the city of San Diego's next mayor is anyone's guess, as California's Open Primary system will allow the top-two vote-getters to move along to the November General Election.

    For all our coverage of the issues and candidates prior to the elections, check out our Decision 2012 feature page, where we've been posting national and local stories to help you decide.

    Pros and Cons of Props A and B

    [DGO] Pros and Cons of Props A and B
    Correspondent Keegan Kyle spoke to Gene Cubbison about Proposition A, which would bar the city from requiring so called Project Labor Agreements on municipal construction projects. Correspondent Liam Dillon broke down Proposition B, which would replace traditional defined benefit pensions for future city employees except police officers.
    (Published Sunday, June 3, 2012)

    We've also been following some interesting propositions on the ballot, such as San Diego's Proposition B, which would recommend switching city workers from a pension system to a 401(k)-style system.

    The race for the newly redrawn 52nd Congressional District has created a stir both around the North County and in our studio. On our public affairs program, "Politically Speaking" three of the major candidates entered into a heated debate on the future of the new district.

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