In three weeks San Diego County will elect its next district attorney, and in a recent poll a large number of voters indicated that they’re still undecided.
The results of our scientific 10News Union-Tribune poll shows the battle between Summer Stephan and challenger Genevieve Jones-Wright is wide open.
If the election were held today, Summer Stephan would get 35 percent of the vote. Genevieve Jones-Wright would get 22 percent and 43 percent of those polled said they are undecided.
“Those polls are consistent with what our campaign research shows,” Jones-Wright told 10News. “We knew we were up against a political machine and it really is no surprise to me that she’s up on the polls.”
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