This year's burgeoning Internet use by politicians didn't stop with the November elections. December has inspired an online deluge of holiday greetings from politicos from coast to coast. Here are a few of the best.
Matt Potter's insight:
Nathan Fletcher, the ex-Republican Assemblyman turned independent during his unsuccessful bid to become San Diego mayor this year, tops our list.
We profiled Fletcher last spring, noting conflations in his family resume
Big news in San Diego this week: The city's richest man, billionaire Qualcomm founder Irwin Jacobs, announced he was pulling out of his deal to make over historic Balboa Park with new roads and a huge parking garage.
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