Jason Cole of B/R reports that there is “increasing concerns” about the Chargers’ ability to get a downtown stadium measure put on the ballot for later in the year.
According to Cole, if the team ends up being required to get 2/3 of the vote, rather than a simple majority, they believe it’s more likely that they’ll ultimately fall short of that figure.
The Supreme Court is currently determining what portion of the vote the Chargers will need to move forward with their stadium plans.
Cole adds that the Chargers do not want to return to the Mission Valley site where they’ve played over the course of their time in San Diego.
Of course, the Chargers still have the possibility of joining the Rams in Los Angeles. Although, Cole says that they’re currently exploring the possibility of a potential stadium in the city of Industry Site, which would allow them to draw fans Orange County and Los Angeles.
There has been some speculation that the Chargers could also consider Las Vegas, depending on what happens with the Raiders. However, Sources have told Vincent Bonsignore that Las Vegas is not an option for the Chargers.
We’ll have more regarding the Chargers as the news is available.