With Election Day just around the corner, supporters of Proposition D in San Diego rallied in Pacific Beach on Saturday to get their point across - no booze on the beaches.
Local residents, politicians and safety personnel spoke to the crowd, who are hoping to pass Prop D on Tuesday.
According to a member of the Police Officers Association, alcohol-related incidents are down nearly 20 percent since the temporary ban was enacted at the start of the year.
A few who say no to Prop D also turned out, claiming that banning booze on the beaches makes
providing alcohol at weddings, reunions and other festivities difficult in requiring special fees and fencing.
For further information on Prop D, visit: www.smartvoter.org/2008/11/04/ca/sd/prop/D/