San Clemente City Council candidate Donna Vidrine has voiced support for transitioning the city to by-district elections—a move that some say could help the city avoid litigation for limiting certain voters’ impact. But could such a proposal work here in the town of roughly 65,000?
In the race for the County Board of Supervisor’s Fifth District, incumbent Supervisor Katrina Foley is campaigning to keep her seat amid a challenge from State Sen. Patricia Bates—a former supervisor, serving from 2007 to 2014.
State Assemblymember Janet Nguyen is going head-to-head with Huntington Beach Councilmember Kim Carr for the open 36th State Senate seat. And in the 38th State Senate race, voters will choose between Matt Gunderson and Encinitas Mayor Catherine Blakespear.
Residents of San Clemente’s Cyprus Shore neighborhood gathered Sunday, Oct. 10, to hear how City Council candidates planned to address the coastal erosion that has affected beaches within the city and beyond.