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San Diego's new mayor could hinge on Latino voters




San Diego Mayor Bob Filner announces his mayoral resignation to the city council on August 23, 2013  in San Diego, California. Mayor Filner had recently been accused of making unwanted sexual unwanted sexual advances by several female alleged victims.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner announces his mayoral resignation to the city council on August 23, 2013 in San Diego, California. Mayor Filner had recently been accused of making unwanted sexual unwanted sexual advances by several female alleged victims.
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Tomorrow San Diego elects a new mayor to replace Democrat Bob Filner.

Filner resigned after a lengthy sexual harassment scandal last summer. 

Republicans are keen to retake the seat, but labor unions have spent heavily to avoid that. 

As Sandhya Dirks reports from KPBS, a lot depends on whether Latino voters turn out at the polls.