NBC 7 is covering the issues on the lengthy, two-page ballot voters will face in the midterm election on Nov. 6.
As we are reporting on the issues, we will add the stories to this article so you can reference it when looking for information ahead of going to the polls.
Here are the races and measures we've covered so far:
Your vote will help decide whether rent control is a solution for California's affordable housing crisis. NBC 7's Steven Luke has a closer look at Prop 10, one of the general election's most debated propositions.
In three weeks, California voters will decide if they want to keep or nix a gas tax approved by state legislators last year. Prop 6 will ask Californians if they want to repeal that tax. NBC 7's Dave Summers reports that a yes vote means you want the tax to go away, and a no vote means you’d prefer if it stayed.
NBC 7's Artie Ojeda sorts out some of the key differences between Measure E and G, the rival plans to re-develop the Mission Valley stadium site where the Chargers once played. Measure E is known to most people as Soccer City and Measure G is the ballot name for SDSU West.
In November voters will decide on Proposition YY, a $3.5 billion bond that will increase property taxes by $60 per $100,000 of assessed home value for 39 years. The District is presenting the measure as part of its master plan to make all schools a place where students can feel safe. NBC 7's Rory Devine looks at the measure and talks with the San Diego County Taxpayers Association that opposes it.
Judge Gary Kreep is the only local judge facing a challenge in the November 6 election. His opponent is Matt Brower, a deputy district attorney and Judge Advocate General in the Marine Corps Reserve. NBC 7's Paul Krueger talked with Kreep who admits some of his views are quite controversial but says he’s target of anti-conservative bias.
Measure X would see a tax increase said to be used on city upkeep. NBC 7's Gaby Rodriguez has more on what Oceanside voters think.
Measure Q could decide the fate of marijuana dispensaries and manufacturers in Chula Vista. If voters don't approve it, things will stay just like they are now: Absolutely no legal marijuana manufacturing or dispensaries in city limits.
If the yes votes prevail, that means licensed shops can open and the city can tax manufacturing, cultivation and testing sites, as well as dispensaries and delivery services anywhere from 5 to 15 percent.
Republican Diane Harkey and Democrat Mike Levin, candidates for the 49th Congressional District seat, went toe to toe in a debate aired on NBC 7. Here, Ashley Matthews reviews the issues discussed and where the candidates stand.
Recent redistricting in El Cajon has two current City Council members running against each other for the seat in District 1. As Bridget Naso reports, voters in the district, which is made up mostly of residents from the Fletcher Hills area, say it’s getting ugly and some scenes around town speak to their point.
When emergencies happen, seconds can be the difference between life and death, and the Yes on Proposition 11 campaign is concerned ambulance response times could increase if the proposition fails. As Omari Fleming reports, the California Nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office says complying with the ruling would increase ambulance companies’ costs by nearly $100 million each year, statewide. If Prop 11 fails, the Legislative Analyst's Office notes ambulance companies might have to charge more for services and lengthen response times.
Prop 8 is being called the most expensive item on the November ballot, not only in the state but in the nation. NBC 7's Megan Tevrizian takes a closer look at the ballot measure that impacts roughly 70,000 Californians.
Both candidates for California governor have made their share of stops in San Diego over the last few months. NBC 7's Artie Ojeda takes a look at polling in the days leading up to the election.
According to a variety of polls, millennials are shaping up to buck the trend of low voter turnout. So NBC7’s Marianne Kushi wanted to find out for herself -- are young voters planning to vote in the midterm elections?
NBC 7's Llarisa Abreu talks to both candidates about the key issues in the District 5 race for San Diego County Board of Supervisors.
NBC 7's Joe Little examines the campaigns for Chula Vista City Council District 1 and District 2 in these reports:
We will add stories as we report them up Election Day!