'Indivisible' Hosts Mayoral Race Forum - NBC 7 San Diego

'Indivisible' Hosts Mayoral Race Forum

At Sunday's forum, the candidates presented their plans for San Diego on a range of topics including affordable housing, transportation, climate change and livable neighborhoods

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    Mayoral Candidate Forum Tackles Variety of Issues

    Four candidates spoke at Mission Bay Montessori Academy on Sunday.

    (Published Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019)

    Three 2020 City of San Diego Mayoral candidates took the stage at a forum Sunday afternoon.

    Assemblymember Todd Gloria, City Council member Barbara Bry and Tasha Williamson took the stage at the Mission Bay Montessori Academy. The event was organized by Indivisible San Diego.

    As of Sunday, Gloria was considered the front-runner. A recent poll has the Assemblymember with 31 percent support. That's more than double that of the next closest candidate, Council member Bry.

    Gloria also received the official endorsement from The San Diego County Democratic Party (SDCDP) in August.

    At Sunday's forum, the candidates presented their plans for San Diego on a range of topics including affordable housing, transportation, climate change and livable neighborhoods.

    The candidates will compete in the California Top Two Primary on March 3, 2020. The two candidates with the most votes will proceed to the General Election on November 3, 2020.

    Admission to Sunday's forum was free, but seating was limited. Doors opened at 3:30 p.m.

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