Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsSan Diego Elections 2000
IN THE NEWS

San Diego Elections 2000

FEATURED ARTICLES
NEWS
March 10, 2000 | From a Times Staff Writer
In the competition to face county Supervisor Ron Roberts in a November mayoral runoff election, Superior Court Judge Dick Murphy edged ahead of banker Peter Q. Davis on Thursday as election workers counted 26,000 absentee ballots. With about 15,000 ballots still to be counted, Murphy led Davis by 175 votes. Those ballots will be counted Monday, election officials said. Roberts placed first in Tuesday's 12-person mayoral primary, with 25.5% of the vote.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
March 10, 2000 | From a Times Staff Writer
In the competition to face county Supervisor Ron Roberts in a November mayoral runoff election, Superior Court Judge Dick Murphy edged ahead of banker Peter Q. Davis on Thursday as election workers counted 26,000 absentee ballots. With about 15,000 ballots still to be counted, Murphy led Davis by 175 votes. Those ballots will be counted Monday, election officials said. Roberts placed first in Tuesday's 12-person mayoral primary, with 25.5% of the vote.
Advertisement
NEWS
February 12, 2000 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He last ran for local office in 1979. He redeployed to Washington in 1983, leaving no successor and no political machine. He has not attempted to meddle in city affairs from afar, despite plenty of opportunities. When he left his state job in Sacramento last year, he moved to Los Angeles. Still, Pete Wilson, former San Diego mayor, U.S. senator and California governor, hovers over this year's San Diego mayor's race like a blimp at the Super Bowl.
NEWS
February 12, 2000 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He last ran for local office in 1979. He redeployed to Washington in 1983, leaving no successor and no political machine. He has not attempted to meddle in city affairs from afar, despite plenty of opportunities. When he left his state job in Sacramento last year, he moved to Los Angeles. Still, Pete Wilson, former San Diego mayor, U.S. senator and California governor, hovers over this year's San Diego mayor's race like a blimp at the Super Bowl.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|