Once I saw that this measure corrected the problem of too many people being elected having the support of less than 50% of the voters, I knew that this would be an improvement. As an added advantage, this type of voting encourages less negative campaigning. That will have a positive effect on voters who are so tired of negative advertising during election cycles. It should be a win for candidates, voters and our city.

A retired Math and Science teacher, former San Diego Organizer for California Common Cause and on the League of Women Voters Board from 2006 - 2020, serving in a number of positions, including president. Have lived in San Diego since coming here to SDSU in 1965 and have been active in the community of Ocean Beach from 1971 on.

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