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New Law sets 6 year terms for Sheriff's and DA's

A new law in California means the Sheriff and District Attorney will now serve six year terms  but there could be a different set of voters moving forward. The Governor has signed Assembly Bill 759, which moves law enforcement elections in California, including Sheriff and District Attorney, to Presidential elections, instead of the midterms. Supporters saying it puts the important votes in front of more people during higher turnout elections, but opponents say it makes it easier for anti-law enforcement candidates to get elected. In the meantime, while the transition happens, the candidates in San Diego this year will serve 6 years in office, before the next election in 2028.

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