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"When my client, Anheuser-Busch, bought SeaWorld and introduced Clydesdales and a tasting room to the park, Mothers Against Drunk Driving pushed back. We stepped in and helped the company calm the waters."
"Growing up in San Diego politics and working water issues all over California has convinced me that Tip O'Neill was spot-on to say, ‘All politics is local.’ To be effective you’ve got to know the territory."
-Kelly Murphy Lamkin
No on A won in the digital space, ran a virtual campaign that will serve as a model this November
4-10-20 | MNM & IVC Media
Commentary: Why closing San Diego Unified was not an easy decision for us
3-13-20 | San Diego Union-Tribune
Endorsement: Vote no on Measure A — ‘SOS’ would limit new housing
2-10-20 | San Diego Union Tribune
No on A Campaign
The No on A coalition announced that based on a clear trend in ballot returns from the March 3 Primary Election, Measure A has been defeated – capping a tough opposition campaign that faced long odds. As of March 9, 51.48% of votes cast were “No” on A, according to the San Diego County Registrar of Voters.
“Voters understood Measure A would not do what it promised, that it was riddled with loopholes, and that it would force more San Diegans to pay more for homes and apartments in the midst of our housing affordability crisis. They also understood Measure A was funded by out-of-town billionaires to keep affordable homes and apartments away from their $10,000-a-week hotel located along the I-15 growth and transit corridor,” No on A campaign manager Tony Manolatos said.