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Topic - Tom Shepard
Tom Shepard, a longtime strategist who ran campaigns for both parties, said the north-south divide has shaped San Diego politics for as long as he can remember.
"The only difference over the last 10 years is that voters south of the 8 are very informed, organized labor is turning them out and they're capitalizing on their numbers better than they used to," said Shepard, who is not involved in the race.