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The business-friendly Lincoln Club of San Diego is sending out invites for a $250-a-plate breakfast next Tuesday, April 30, to benefit the 2014 re-election campaign of District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis. Former City Councilman Carl DeMaio and City Attorney Jan Goldsmith top the bill advertising notable attendees, which also includes local restaurateurs David and Lesley Cohn and Perry Dealy, a real estate developer formerly in the employ of UT San Diego publisher Doug Manchester who in 2009 pitched a proposal for a new Chargers stadium in Mission Valley that was dismissed by the team as “a complete waste of time.”

At the time her new campaign fund was formed in February, her failed 2012 mayoral campaign was still active, listing $19,380 in debts. State records show the campaign as still active as of April 25.

Her district attorney campaign fund, rolled over from the 2010 race, showed a balance of $26,239 as of January 31, the most recent statement available through the county.

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pearljammed April 27, 2013 @ 4:38 p.m.

Friends & Countrymen: You now have an alternative to the Dirty D.A. An attorney with an excellent reputation has now stepped forward to challenge Bonnie Dumanis for the D.A.'s office in 2014. As you can see from the caliber of people already endorsing the Boston crone, it is business-as-usual with Bonnie. What we need is a breath-of-fresh-air, some new blood downtown and Robert Brewer is just that person.

Do not be resigned to forlornly casting a vote for someone you know in your heart does not deserve it. Let us tidy up that "Hell of Justice" and put someone on the 13th floor that does not brown-nose rich people, persecute ill medical marijuana patients and go on KUSI Morning Show every Thursday and ruin people's day at breakfast time.

Check this dude Robert Brewer out. He looks like he might be mean but that's what we need to sweep the Dirty D.A. out of office once & for all!

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