Election Voting guide 2020

  • Gil Sery 
Use this election voting guide for 2020 before you vote

With today being Election Day, for those of you who have not already voted, here is a list of candidates running for office who have been supportive of Represent Us’s democracy reform efforts.

The MoreChoice San Diego coalition (of which Represent San Diego was a partner) reached out numerous times via phone and email to get a firm response from every candidate on the ballot in San Diego. Those not listed have declined to support the Coalition’s goals or respond to their efforts.

I want to stress that those listed in this election voting guide are candidates that are not necessarily endorsed by Represent Us, but they have some of the same values and have been supportive of Represent San Diego’s goals. So if you want to return the favor and be supportive of them, here’s the election voting guide to do just that.

Cory Briggs

Candidate for: City Attorney of San Diego

How He Helped: Signed a public letter supporting More Choice San Diego’s Top 4 RCV proposal.

barbara bry

Candidate for: Mayor of San Diego

How She Helped: Signed a public letter supporting More Choice San Diego’s Top 4 RCV proposal. Also, as Council President Pro Tempore and Councilmember for District 1, Bry was one of 4 councilmembers who voted to put More Choice San Diego’s Top 4 Ranked Choice Voting Proposal on the November ballot.

Raul Campillo

Candidate for: City Council of San Diego, District 7

How He Helped: Signed a public letter supporting More Choice San Diego’s Top 4 RCV proposal.

Sean Elo-rivera

Candidate for: City Council of San Diego, District 9

How He Helped: Signed a public letter supporting More Choice San Diego’s Top 4 RCV proposal.

monica montgomery

Candidate for: San Diego City Council President

How She Helped: As the current San Diego City Councilmember for District 4, Monica voted in favor of More Choice San Diego’s proposal to put Top4 RCV on the November 2020 ballot.

Not running for office, but supportive of Ranked Choice Voting: Mark Kersey (current San Diego City Councilmember, District 5), and Chris Cate (current San Diego City Councilmember, District 6)


Gil Sery

Gil Sery

Gil Sery is the webmaster of the Represent San Diego website. He is a proud Independent politically and has been working with Represent San Diego for many months.

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