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San Diego Jewish World endorsements


Donald H. Harrison

By Donald H. Harrison

SAN DIEGO — Following are the endorsements of San Diego Jewish World in contested races on the June 5 ballot. We chose not to endorse in some contests, anticipating in some cases the opportunity to do so in the November general election.


U.S. Senate — Dianne Feinstein

U.S. Congress, 49th District – Darrell Issa

U.S. Congress, 50th District – Duncan Hunter

U.S. Congress, 51st District – Denise Ducheny

U.S. Congress, 52nd District — Scott Peters

U.S. Congress, 53rd District — Susan Davis


State Senate, 39th District – Marty Block

State Assembly, 77th District – Brian Maienschein

State Assembly, 78th District – Toni Atkins

State Assembly, 80th District — Ben Hueso


Superior Court Judge, Office 34 — Garland Peed


San Diego Comm College, District B — Bernie Rhinerson


San Diego County Board of Supervisors, District 1 — Greg Cox


Chula Vista City Council, Seat 3 – Pamela Bensoussan


San Diego Mayor — Bob Filner

San Diego City Council, Dist 7 – Mat Kostrinsky

San Diego City Council, Dist 9 – Marti Emerald

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4 Responses to “San Diego Jewish World endorsements”

  1. La Playa Heritage says:

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    “Why not have a city where we dream again of greatness? So let’s dream! And working together we will make San Diego America’s greatest city.”

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  2. Ron Oberndorfer says:


    Thankfully I’m no longer in a Hunter’s district as I had been for the last 32 years. I’m astounded that you’d endorse … Hunter. What the heck are you thinking?


  3. admin says:


    You are a respected attorney and friend, so let me answer your question. While my domestic political positions differ considerably from those of Hunter, and I am particularly wary of his stands concerning the border and immigration, I also recognize that he is a strong vote for our national defense as well as for standing by true U.S. allies such as Israel. Given the lackluster field running against him, I believe he’s the man to keep in office. Now, if you ever filed as a candidate in that congressional district , I’d be very tempted to reconsider


  1. […] segue to a discussion about the upcoming June 5 election.  Since San Diego Jewish World announced our endorsements, we’ve taken some good-natured ribbing from people supporting other candidates.   […]

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