Sides continue to be drawn on the Chargers’ Measure C, which would fund a new downtown convadium, as well as another November ballot issue known as Measure D. Rendering courtesy of San Diego Chargers

Sides continue to be drawn on the Chargers’ Measure C, which would fund a new downtown convadium, as well as another November ballot issue known as Measure D. Rendering courtesy of San Diego Chargers

— Two November ballot proposals that would hike San Diego’s city hotel taxes — potentially to build different combinations of stadium and convention center projects — now go by simple names: Measure C and Measure D...

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