There's an election for San Diego City Attorney in 2024. Current City Attorney Mara Elliott is termed out. Running to replace her are Deputy City Attorney Heather Ferbert and Assemblyman Brian Maienschein.
The 2024 ballot could ask voters to choose not only who should be City Attorney — but what the City Attorney should do.
On the show this week, our crew discusses the unique role of the San Diego City Attorney, its tumultuous history — and how it could change.
Plus: Southwestern College tests out competency-based degrees. And former County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher responds to the accusations of sexual harassment and assault against him.
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