|Former candidate for|
|San Diego City Council, District 6|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 4, 2014|
|Bachelor's||University of California, Los Angeles|
Kim holds a B.A. in English from the University of California, Los Angeles and an M.A. in Education from National University. Her professional experience includes working as an elementary school teacher in Los Angeles, as the Prevention-projects Manager at the AIDS Council of Northeastern New York and as a Research Associate at WestEd, an education non-profit.
In September 2014, Kim proposed raising San Diego police salaries by 20% over a span of four years. According to U-T San Diego, Kim argued that this measure would increase police force retention and recruitment.
On her campaign website, Kim addressed the following issues:
- Excerpt: "I've spent my life in education because I care about our kids and families. I will work across party lines, coordinating the City and school systems to reduce class sizes, cut overhead so money goes directly to classrooms, and invest in after-school programs and career technical education."
- Excerpt: "I will make government more efficient and use those savings to fund improvements in police, fire, and medical response times. [...] Let's get our streets in good repair, our infrastructure updated, and our neighborhood services like libraries, parks, and recreational programs strengthened and ready to support our expanding needs. I will ensure that our kids - yours and mine - have safe and healthy neighborhoods in which to live, play, and go to school."
San Diego economy
- Excerpt: "Small businesses are the engine of growth for our communities; two out of three jobs in the U.S. are generated by small businesses, and they are the reason that communities flourish. I will work hard to support the start-up and growth of small businesses in our district. I will be a voice for small businesses on the City Council to ensure they are given a fair chance to compete with the downtown special interests that take advantage of loopholes and giveaways."
The city of San Diego, California held elections for city council on November 4, 2014 A primary election was held on June 3, 2014. The filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in this election was March 6, 2014.
|San Diego City Council District 6 Primary Election, 2014|
|Jane L. Glasson||4.6%||1,012|
|Source: San Diego County Registrar of Voters - Official primary election results|
In 2014, Kim's endorsements included the following:
- San Diego County Democratic Party
- Run Women Run
- San Diego Municipal Employees Association
- San Diego City Firefighters ALF-CIO Local 145
- Emily's List
- Planned Parenthood
- League of Conservation Voters
- Asian American Pacific Islander Democratic Club of San Diego
- Clairemont Democratic Club
- The Sierra Club
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- San Diego City Beat, "Meet Carol Kim," January 29, 2014
- U-T San Diego, "Peters-DeMaio could change council race," September 8, 2014
- Carol Kim 6, "Issues," accessed on August 15, 2014
- County of San Diego Elections, "2014 Unofficial Election Results," accessed on November 5, 2014
- City of San Diego, "Candidates for June 3, 2014," accessed June 20, 2014
- San Diego County Registrar of Voters, "Official primary election results," accessed June 20, 2014
- Carol Kim 6, "Endorsements," accessed August 18, 2014
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