You may already be familiar with some of the propositions on the statewide ballot this year. But do you know about all the local measures on the ballot in the city of San Diego?
San Diegans are being asked to weigh in on measures that could transform the Midway District and how the city handles issues as diverse as trash, labor and child care.
Plus, voters in the San Diego Unified School District are being asked to approve another bond measure, and voters countywide will weigh in on a proposed tax on cannabis businesses.
Here’s a primer on all the local measures San Diego city voters will see on November’s ballot.
Plus, if you’re looking for perspectives and opinions on them, the San Diego Union-Tribune editorial board, which is separate from and independent of the newsroom, has compiled arguments in support of and in opposition to each measure.