Failed Vote Could Prompt San Diego Chargers Move
The moving vans are idling. San Diego voters rejected a proposal Tuesday for a $1.8 billion taxpayer-funded stadium, which could be the final straw after a half-century of Chargers football. While owner Dean Spanos didn’t tip his hand in a post-vote statement, ties have frayed between ownership and the city. The team has until Jan. 15 to decide whether to share a stadium with the Los Angeles Rams, though that would be a difficult marriage and would require Spanos to put up a $550 million relocation fee.