Barbara Bry, Todd Gloria to face off for San Diego mayoral race

Updated: Apr 5, 2020

Letter to the UT editor (April 5,2020) There are moments in history when the right person steps up to take on the leadership position in a crisis situation, which is where we will be in San Diego in the coming years.  Councilmember Barbara Bry is this person at this moment.  Her education, her Master’s Degree in Business Administration, and her experience running businesses of all sizes, makes her the ideal candidate to take over for Mayor Faulconer.  Her knowledge of and access to the local scientific communities as well as her business acumen will be essential finding the right path for us to follow.  At the same time her compassionate approach to government will ensure that no one is left behind.  Please take time to get to know her, invite her into your homes across San Diego, and you will learn as we did in Mission Beach that she listens and then takes the appropriate action.

Posted: 11:27 AM, Apr 03, 2020 Updated: 11:27 AM, Apr 03, 2020 By: Mark Saunders


SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Councilwoman Barbara Bry and Assemblyman Todd Gloria will go head-to-head in the November 3 mayoral election, the San Diego County Registrar of Voters confirmed Friday. Bry, who has slowly gained an increasing lead over fellow councilmember Scott Sherman in recent weeks, qualified for the race with 22.91 percent of the vote. Sherman finished with 22.57 percent. Gloria walked away from the March 3 Primary with a commanding 41.48 percent of the vote. With the stage set for Gloria and Bry, November's outcome will guarantee San Diego its first Democratic mayor since Bob Filner, who resigned in 2013. The winner will also be the second Democrat elected to the nonpartisan position since Maureen O'Connor stepped down in 1992.

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