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Wednesday, Sep 28, 2011

Where's Bonnie?

Can you find District Attorney Dumanis in this week's CityBeat?

By Dave Maass

District attorney Bonnie Dumanis is supposedly running for mayor of San Diego, but we haven’t seen her. She dodged the debate at voiceofsandiego.org’s Politifest. She cancelled a talk at San Diego CityCollege to avoid a protest by victims’ advocates. She scrubbed all the addresses of private fundraisers from her website following a story on OBRag.org.

So where is Bonnie? The answer: Somewhere in CityBeat. 

Scan the paper for Bonnie. When you find her, snap a picture with your smart phone and email it to davem@sdcitybeat.com. First five win a prize.

You can search the digital edition of our paper right here




 
 
 
 
 
 
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