Residents of San Diego will today vote on whether or not to build a new stadium for the Chargers. The outcome could have wide reaching effects on the future of the franchise, with a possibility of moving the team out of the city if the proposals are rejected. It has been a confusing process from the start, and any outcome is likely to offer more questions than firm answers. However, this is what we know so far. WATCH: Graham hurdles defender Jimmy Graham scored two touchdowns in week nine but it was his hurdle that caught the eye. What is the proposal? Ballot Measure C - the official name for the vote proposes that a new, Super Bowl ready stadium would be built to replace the ageing Qualcomm Stadium, the current home of the San Diego Chargers.The facility would also be used as a trade centre and music venue, available 300 days a year, according to team executives.The stadium would require $1.8 billion, raised by increasing the hotel taxes from 12.5 per cent to 16.5 per cent, as well as $650m pledged by the NFL and Chargers owner Dean Spanos.There is also a separate proposal - Ballot Measure D - which, if passed, gives the Chargers organisation the right to build the stadium but without any public funds. This measure would still raise taxes on hotel occupation, to be used for the construction of the convention centre. Chargers fans have been kept in the dark regarding the franchises future What are the conditions of the vote?To pass, there must be a two-thirds majority in favour of the Chargers stadium plans. However there is potential that, should over 50 per cent of the public vote yes, this may be enough, as the Californian Supreme Court can lower the voting threshold.Who is for/against?Obviously the Chargers are pushing for the move, but they have garnered the support of Mayor Kevin Faulconer. Measure C is also backed by the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce and Downtown San Diego Partnership. The San Diego Taxpayers Association is staunchly against the proposal, claiming that Spanos has spent $5m on a popularity campaign. Current opinion polls would indicate that only 45 per cent of voters would approve Measure C, which would not be enough for a stadium change in the city. Opinion polls suggest only 45 per cent of residents will vote in favour of a new stadium What are the potential outcomes?If the majority is achieved, the Chargers would look to build a stadium in East Village, the largest urban neighbourhood in Downtown San Diego. The increase in tax is predicted to raise $1.15 billion, enough to cover the remainder of the stadiums bill. If the proposals are rejected, but still achieve over 50 per cent of votes, the franchise may look to take legal action and force the bill through.Lower than a 50 per cent result and the chances of the organisation leaving the city increases dramatically. The Chargers have the option of joining the Rams in Los Angeles, but this would need to be agreed by January 2017, and it is clear that a ground share would be neither sides preference. The Chargers have a loyal fan base in San Diego, and a move to a new city would likely mean starting again Moving in with the Oakland Raiders is also an option, as is replacing the Raiders if they were to go Las Vegas. There is even the outside possibility that the Raiders could end up in San Diego if the Chargers left for Los Angeles. However a rejection of the vote doesnt confirm the team moving. They have a contract in Qualcomm until 2020, and even then could negotiate a rolling deal to stay, if it proved to be the best option in the short term.Ultimately the decision is still up in the air, whatever the vote. However the outcome will provide an important gauge for Spanos on the future of the NFL in San Diego. Also See: Officials confusion over Bills field goal Seahawks hold on to beat Bills NFL week nine highlights RESULT: Week 10 game choice Terry Catledge Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. Hedo Turkoglu Jersey . The team also announced Tuesday that the Braves will wear a commemorative patch on the right sleeve during the season. The patch, shaped like home plate, carries the number 715, Aarons autograph and a "40th Anniversary" banner. https://www.cheapmagiconline.com/578i-ryan-anderson-jersey-magic.html . -- An ugly goal by Nick Bonino helped the Anaheim Ducks overcome the defensive-minded Phoenix Coyotes on a night when their ragged power play continued to struggle. Penny Hardaway Jersey .Y. -- Vancouver Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo had little trouble picking up his first shutout of the season against a Buffalo Sabres team thats having trouble scoring goals. Nikola Vucevic Jersey . The mixed zone is not a place to make friends. MINNEAPOLIS -- Danny Valencia sparked the decisive rally with a slump-stopping double. Coco Crisp gave Oakland the lead with a clutch single. Kendall Graveman gave the rotation a boost with a solid start.Still, the Athletics werent about to overlook setup man Ryan Dull and his record-setting relief.After Crisp snapped a seventh-inning tie with a two-run single, Dull got four key outs and the As ended a four-game losing streak with a 3-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Monday.Graveman pitched effectively into the seventh, allowing three hits and one run to a Twins team that totaled 24 hits and 22 runs in the previous two games. As starters allowed 21 runs in 20 1/3 innings over the previous four games.Graveman (4-6) left with two outs and two runners on, but Dull had no trouble picking him up by retiring Eduardo Nunez on a fielders choice thanks to a slick play by shortstop Marcus Semien.Dull then struck out two in a perfect eighth, lowering his ERA to 2.11 in 42 2/3 innings.Hes been amazing. Hes my favorite player on the team. I tell him every day, Valencia said.The rookie right-hander stretched his streak of inherited runners stranded to 36 since the start of the season. Thats the longest in major league history since the expansion era began in 1961, according to the As. Opponents have only one hit in 47 at-bats with runners in scoring position against Dull this year.Id buy him a drink, but I dont know if hes old enough, manager Bob Melvin said.The baby-faced Dull, drafted in the 32nd round in 2012 out of UNC Asheville, is 26.I think the most incredible part is he never shows any emotion, a grateful Graveman said.Dull, through a sheepish smile, said hes aware of his historic run but hasnt been tracking the numbers. So how do all those late-game, runners-on situations make him feel inside, despite the outward stoicism?The heart gets going sometimes, Dull said. Its just how I was taught to pitch. Dont show any emotion. Dont let the other team know they got to you. Just try and be as calm as you can out there.Stephen Vogts RBI single evened the score at 1 in the seventth against Twins starter Ricky Nolasco (3-7), and Crisp gave Oakland the lead four batters later.dddddddddddd Eddie Rosarios two-out triple in the ninth was followed by a walk, but Ryan Madson recovered to earn his 16th save in 19 attempts.Valencias leadoff double in the seventh snapped his 0-for-17 streak, and he aggressively reached third on a grounder to shortstop when Nunezs high throw after a slight hesitation was a hair late. Valencia was called out on the field, but the replay challenge by Melvin brought a reversal after review.Good throw, and hes probably out by a fair margin, Twins manager Paul Molitor said.Valencias foot hit the base barely before Miguel Sanos tag on the back.Its one of those things if youre out it was the wrong read, but if youre safe everybodys happy, Valencia said.Suddenly, the roll that Nolasco was on screeched to a stop. Vogts single drove in Valencia, and Nolasco was removed for Taylor Rogers. With two outs, Crisp smacked a single up the middle on the fourth two-strike pitch he faced. Second baseman Brian Dozier made a diving attempt but just missed.Its just one of those days where one little hiccup was enough to change the course of the outcome of the game, Molitor said.TRAINERS ROOMOakland: With right-handed reliever Fernando Rodriguez out with a shoulder strain, the As have 11 players, including six pitchers, on the disabled list.Minnesota: Utility infielder Eduardo Escobars sore hamstring will likely keep him out until Thursday, but he is expected to avoid the DL.UP NEXTOakland rookie left-hander Sean Manaea (3-4, 5.40 ERA) takes the mound Tuesday in the middle game of the series, opposite Minnesota LHP Tommy Milone (0-2, 6.23). Manaea beat the Twins last month with eight strikeouts in six innings and only one run allowed. Milone, who won 31 games for the As over 2 1/2 seasons until he was acquired by the Twins in 2014, has not finished the fourth inning in two starts since arriving from Triple-A Rochester. ' ' '