Campa-Najjar, Issa debate the issues in forum moderated by League of Women Voters

Republican Darrell Issa and Democrat Ammar Campa-Najjar, both candidates for the 50th Congressional District, participate in a Zoom forum moderated by Donna Bartlett-May with the San Diego League of Women Voters. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Democrat Ammar Campa-Najjar and Republican Darrell Issa, the two candidates for the 50th Congressional District seat who will face each other in the election in November, took part in a candidates forum moderated by the nonpartisan San Diego League of Women Voters Thursday, Aug. 13.Campa-Najjar and Issa each gave their positions on various issues faced by their district and the country at large, ranging from water availability to health care, during the event hosted by the nonprofit organization Community, Service, Action and Advocacy.In his opening statement, Issa made the case for his return to Congress – he served in the House of Representatives for 18 years, first from the 48th Congressional District from 2001-2003, then the 49th Congressional District until 2019. After winni
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