Chargers Stadium Initiative will be Ballot Measure C

We found out last week that Cory Briggs’ “Citizens Plan” initiative would be Ballot Measure D on the upcoming November ballot, and there were rumors about where the San Diego Chargers’ own initiative for a downtown NFL stadium and convention center annex would end up, but now it is official…

Usually, the higher your ballot measure is on the list, the better it will typically do. That being said, the Chargers’ initiative needs to get more than 66.6% approval votes to pass, which is seen as a very difficult task in San Diego.

Having the same proposition delegation as the successful Petco Park vote in 1998 should help the Chargers, as they have talked about their stadium plan as one that can continue to expand and revitalize a down area, just like the Padres did with their ballpark.



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