The San Diego City Clerk recently found the Chargers' Citizens' Initiative "has been verified and found sufficient in signatures to qualify the ordinance to be submitted to the City Council for adoption, or for rejection and submission to the electorate."
San Diego Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos issued the following statement:
"The entire Chargers organization is grateful to all of those who helped qualify our initiative for the November 2016 ballot. We gathered more than 110,000 signatures in less than six weeks, an extraordinary result that demonstrates the high level of community interest in a new multi-use stadium and convention center facility downtown. I would again like to thank all of those who signed the petition along with the fan groups, labor organizations, and businesses large and small that helped with our effort."
Paid for by Citizens for Sports, Entertainment and Tourism, with major funding by Chargers Football Company, LLC.
Renderings of the architect's design vision.This is a conceptual design intended to convey the Chargers' vision for what the stadium and convention center expansion could look like. The final design will be the result of a design process conducted with the Joint Powers Authority, the City or other governmental entity designated by the City to coordinate the construction of the stadium and convention center expansion, if the Initiative is approved by the voters. Paid for by Citizens for Sports, Entertainment and Tourism, with major funding by Chargers Football Company, LLC.