RPT’s 2020 General Election Voter Guide

I may update if I come across new information, but, for the most part everyone is on the same page. I disagreed with John and Ken on prop 18, that was it.

RESOURCES USED:

Here is the PDF printable/download for those that wish to have a hard copy.


SAMPLE BALLOT

Newhall


SANTA CLARITA CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION

MEMBER OF THE CITY COUNCIL

  • Cameron M. Smyth
  • and, Jason Gibbs

STATE SENATOR

  • 21st District — Scott Wilk

MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY

  • 38th District — Suzette Martinez Valladares

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE

  • 25th District — Mike Garcia

SANTA CLARITA VALLEY WATER AGENCY

MEMBER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS, DIVISION 1

  • Gary R. Martin
  • and, Karla Waymire

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

  • Jackie Lacey

OFFICE 72

  • Steve Morgan

OFFICE 80

(WRITE-IN Candidate if not on ballot)

  • Nick C. Rini

OFFICE 162

  • David D. Diamond

MEASURE J

NO

PROPOSITION 14

NO

PROPOSITION 15

NO

PROPOSITION 16

NO

PROPOSITION 17

NO

PROPOSITION 18

NO

PROPOSITION 19

NO

PROPOSITION 20

YES

PROPOSITION 21

NO

PROPOSITION 22

YES

PROPOSITION 23

NO

PROPOSITION 24

NO

PROPOSITION 25

NO

FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

DONALD J. TRUMP


SAME but MORE


Major Races and Campaigns

FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES:

DONALD J. TRUMP

CALIFORNIA STATEWIDE BALLOT MEASURES:

PROPOSITION 14 – The California Stem Cell Research, TreatmeMs, and Cures Initiative of 2020

NO

PROPOSITION 15 – The California School and Local Communities Funding Act of 2020

NO

PROPOSITION 17 – Voting Rights Restoration for Persons on Parole Amendment

NO

PROPOSITION 18 – Primary Voting for 17-Year-Olds Amendment

  • JOHN and KEN say YES (here is their reasoning): What’s that line? If an 18 year old is old enough to be drafted , then why can’t he vote ? Or buy liquor? Ah, 17 is close enough . Not all will qualify and most won’t vote anyways.
  • THE HOWARD JARVIS TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION says NO to the measure (here is their reasoning): Proposition 18 would change the voting age in California to allow 17-year-olds to vote in primaries and special elections if they will turn 18 by the date of the next general election. While some states allow this, California is different than other states because under Prop. 13 and Prop. 218, tax increases must go on the ballot for voter approval. These proposed tax increases are frequently on primary and special election ballots. Proposition 18 would allow high school students to vote on tax increases. This is unwise. The voting age in California should not be changed. VOTE NO ON PROPOSITION 18.

I SAY NO

PROPOSITION 19 – Property Tax Transfers, Exemptions, and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies and Counties Amendment

NO

PROPOSITION 20 – Criminal Sentencing, Parole, and DNA Collection Initiative

YES

PROPOSITION 21 – Local Rent Control Initiative

NO

PROPOSITION 22 – App-Based Drivers as Contractors and Labor Policies Initiative

YES

PROPOSITION 23 – Dialysis Clinic Requirements Initiative

NO

PROPOSITION 24 – Consumer Personal Information Law and Agency Initiative

NO

PROPOSITION 25 – Replace Cash Bail with Risk Assessments Referendum

NO

LOS ANGELES COUNTY BALLOT MEASURES:

MEASURE RR – School Upgrades and Safety Measure

NO

MEASURE J -Community Investment and Alternatives to Incarceration Minimum County Budget Allocation

NO

SELECT POLITICAL OFFICE RACES

US HOUSE – CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT # 25

  • MIKE GARCIA

STATE LEGISLATURE – STATE SENATE DISTRICT # 21

  • SCOTT WILK

Superior Court Judges

OFFICE 17

  • Shannon Kathleen Cooley [uncontested]

OFFICE 42

  • Robert Villa

OFFICE 72

  • Steve Morgan

OFFICE 76

  • Emily Cole

OFFICE 80

  • Nick C. Rini

OFFICE 97

  • Timothy D. Reuben

OFFICE 129

  • Mark MacCarley

OFFICE 131

  • Michelle Kelley [uncontested]

OFFICE 141

  • Lana Kim [uncontested]

OFFICE 145

  • Troy Slaten [perfect score BTW]

OFFICE 150

  • Manuel Alejandro Almada

OFFICE 162

  • David D. Diamond

Supervisor

LOS ANGELES SEAT #

2: Albert Robles

4: No Recommendation

5: Kathryn Barger

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

  • Jackie Lacey

 


38th District FACEBOOK Post


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RPT’s 2020 Primary Voter Guide (District 38) STICKY POST

FIRST AND FOREMOST, shout-outs to the following resources:

A voter can go here to view and download their sample ballot for their area/district, find your voting location, etc. at FIND MY ELECTION INFORMATION (L.A. County). The The California Republican Party site as well. I wish to thank the 38TH GOP HEADQUARTERS — the SCV GOP’s FACEBOOK page (38th District to be clear) was also helpful (this FB post as well). Shout out to CONSERVATIVE ACTION GROUP as well. But what I used more specifically are the following:

For those wishing to spend the time you can watch a debate between the candidates for United States Representative, 25th District and some commentary at RED STATE. But this is a short video that shows Mike Garcia may be the better choice for California: 

  • Steve Knight has never supported our President, however he is currently running for Congress for the 25th District. How can that be? (YOUTUBE)

UPDATED resourceour local paper just published their endorsements for both parties: Our View | Primary Endorsements: Choices for Both Parties:

  • Up first: The 25th Congressional District, in which Republican Mike Garcia is our top choice in both the special election to fill the remainder of former Rep. Katie Hill’s term and the primary election leading to the November general election.

VOTER GUIDE (PDF):

STATE SENATOR, 21st DISTRICT

  • Scott Wilk

MEMBERS OF THE STATE ASSEMBLU, 38th DISCTRICT

  • Suzette Martinez Valladares

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE 25th DISTRICT

  • Mike Garcia

…(Unexpired Term Ending January 3, 2021)

  • Mike Garcia

FIRE PROTECTION SPECIAL TAX MEASURE FD

  • No

SUPERVISOR 5th DISTRICT

  • Kathryn Barger

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

  • (Everyone is bad… John and Ken just say DON’T vote for George Gascon)
  • (“L.A. District Attorney……….. best option here is none of the above. we go from bad (Lacey) to worse (Rossi) to insanely terrible (Gascon). Jackie Lacey seems the better of 3 evils.” ~ HAT-TIP to CONSERVATIVE ACTION GROUP)
  • (The SIGNAL also says: Jackie Lacey)

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT

Office 17

  • Shannon Kathleen Cooley [uncontested]

Office 42

  • Robert Villa

Office 72

  • Steve Morgan

Office 76

  • Emily Cole

Office 80

  • Nick C. Rini

Office 97

  • Timothy D. Reuben

Office 129

  • Mark MacCarley

Office 131

  • Michelle Kelley [uncontested]

Office 141

  • Lana Kim [uncontested]

Office 145

  • Troy Slaten (only perfect score I have seen)

Office 150

  • Manuel Alejandro Almada

Office 162

  • David D. Diamond

MEMBER, COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE, 38th ASSEMBLY DISCTRICT

  • J. Atkins
  • Carlo Basail
  • Sharlane R. Duzick
  • Matthew John Funicello
  • David Goss
  • Barbara Walker
  • Jonathan Waymire

COUNTY MEASURE R

  • No

STATE MEASURE 13

  • No

PRESEDENTIAL PREFERENCE

  • TRUMP

(FULL) 2018 Midterm VOTER GUIDE (Sticky Post Until the 6th)

The below links are my preferred places to go for advice on the entire ballot.

I am going to do my guide a bit different this year. I will have it as one jpeg here. So you can download it and use it from your phone (if you can figure out how to enlarge it for your screen… but the easiest way is to come to this post), or come here and simply scroll down. UPDATED, now includes Page 10 (full ballot now).

PDF: 2018 Midterm FULL Guide

 

 

Voter Guide for June 5th, 2018 Primary (Newhall, California)

PDF TO DOWNLOAD >> VOTER GUIDE 2018 Primary Fix

(I made a boo boo on the props, SORRY GUYS/GALS)

These are my choices, and I counter at times some of the choices by the official California GOP. I used some online references that you may peruse as well that are not official GOP sites:

STATE

  • State Governor — John H. Cox

A couple reasons and some commentary on why I am voting Cox, besides the name. The first is that My President weighed in on the race. And while I was SUPER skeptical about Trump at first (hopping on the Trump Train about a month-and-a-half before the primary), I am a big fan of his — minus his tariffs policy.

President Trump endorsed Republican John Cox for California governor in a tweet Friday, backing that could pay dividends in consolidating the GOP vote in the June primary, increasing Cox’s chances to win a spot on the November ballot.

“California finally deserves a great Governor, one who understands borders, crime and lowering taxes. John Cox is the man – he’ll be the best Governor you’ve ever had,” the president said.

Cox said he was “honored and deeply grateful” for the endorsement.

“I am looking forward to working with [the president] to make California great again,” Cox said in a statement. “Like the President, I’m businessman who knows how to get things done. We’re going to secure the border, empower California small businesses, lower taxes, and make affordable.”

Trump overwhelmingly lost California to Democrat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. Clinton received nearly 8.8 million votes in the state compared to Trump’s 4.5 million votes, but if Cox receives anything close to Trump’s number, the votes should be more than enough to give him a second-place finish on June 5….

(LA TIMES)

>> See also this FOX NEWS story. ALSO, this, from BREITBART:

  • Some Democrats are backing Allen with MAILINGS designed to look like they come from Republican sources, in an attempt to split the GOP vote and allow Villaraigosa to squeak through. [Pictured below]

So, that is reason number one. Reason two deals with practicality. And I wish to note that I have read people saying they don’t trust the polls any more. I think they think that the polls and predictions regarding Trump’s loss to Hillary are now the norm. But in all my past dealings the RCP AVERAGE has been pretty damn accurate. So, I am using IT to make an informed choice (nay, logical choice) for California. In other words, I want to get a guy in who isn’t the ideal and stands a good chance at being one of two. (Click to enlarge)

(Put succinctly, Travis Allen is no Trump.) If my fellow conservatives think that Allen has a chance in California… right now in this one party state… they are using something recently legalized. If all the Travis Allen people voted for Cox, we could stand a close chance of winning. But, people don’t think politically but express their ideals too often.

  • Lieutenant Governor — Cole Harris
  • Secretary of State — Mark P. Meuser
  • Controller — Konstantinos Roditis
  • Treasurer — Jack M. Guerrero
  • Attorney General — Steven C. Bailey
  • Insurance Commissioner — Steve Poizner
  • Member State Board of Equalization (1st District) — Ted Gaines
  • State Senator — Arun K. Bhumitra
  • United States Representative — Steve Knight
  • United States Representative (38th District) — Dante Acosta

JUDGES

Office Number

4 — Alfred A. Coletta
16 — Hubert S. Yun
20 — Mary Ann Escalante
60 — Tony Cho
63 — Malcolm H. Mackey
67 — Onica Valle Cole
71 — David A. Berger
113 — Steven Schreiner
118 — Troy Davis
126 — Ken Fuller
146 — Emily Theresa Spear

SCHOOL

  • Superintendent of Public Instruction — Marshall Tuck

COUNTY

  • Assessor — Jeffrey Prang
  • Sheriff — Robert “Bob” Lindsey

STATE MEASURES

68 — NO
69 — NO
70 — NO SHOULD HAVE BEEN YES! (I misread this and apologize)
71 — NO
72 — YES

SCV (25th Dist.) Voter Guide for Newhall


For a no frills version of what is below, I have a…

DOWNLOADABLE PDF


First and Foremost! My Shout Outs:

A voter can go here to view and download their sample ballot (92-effin pages!) for their area/district, at, L.A. COUNTY LOCATOR. It will also tell you where you vote at. I wish to thank the 38TH GOP HEADQUARTERS as well as the JUDGE VOTER GUIDE for their helpful guidance in these matters. I would also like to thank JOHN AND KEN’S VOTER GUIDE‘s direction in voting for Loretta Sanchez and the local paper (THE SIGNAL) for voting for Kathryn Barger. The California Republican Party’s BALLOT VOTER GUIDE as well was a help as well as the SCV GOP’s FACEBOOK page.

If you see a glaring mistake, LET ME KNOW ASAP!

ArrowsWe vote on Tuesday, November 8th;

ArrowsYour absentee (vote by mail) ballot has to be postmarked NO LATER than the 8th as well.

Okay, let’s get started. In this voter guide I will have links to supporting stories, but in my DOWNLOADABLE PDF, it will be just the guide for Santa Clarita Valley (SCV)/Newhall area. Of course this is a contentious season. Many do not like the choices we were dealt. I even started a political site to help defeat Trump in the primary season… but here we are. So, here are some links to help the person on the fence consider why voting for “The Donald is the best choice. Following are reasons to vote for Trump and reasons to defeat Hillary:

  1. What Does The Lesser of Two Evils Mean? (An Open Letter) – Christian
  2. Theologian Wayne Grudem Deals with the Moral Objections for Voting Trump – Christian
  3. Dr Michael Brown On Why He Is Voting for Trump – Christian
  4. “Ahhh ‘Heller’ No!” Hillary Shot Down by John Lott – neutral
  5. Sargon of Akkad (an atheist) Explains “Why Hillary Must Lose” – Atheist
  6. Michael Moore Explains To Us Why Trump [should] Will Win -neutral
  7. Dinesh D’Souza Explains Why Christians MUST Vote Trump – Christian
  8. Steven Crowder’s “Top-Ten” Wiki Leaks” – neutral
  9. We Want Answers! ~ Liz Wheeler – neutral
  10. Voter Fraud ~ Guess Who? -neutral
  11. Hillary Clinton’s Plan for the Supreme Court – neutral
  12. The Most “Racist” Thing Trump Said: “SJW Confronted with Facts… and Coyotajes” – neutral

If those do not give you pause, then so be it. On to the ballot:

PAGE 1

PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT

  • Trump and Pence – #11

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UNITED STATES SENATOR

  • Loretta Sanchez – #37

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE

  • Steve Knight – #41

STATE SENATOR

  • Scott Wilk – #45

MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY

  • Dante Acosta – #48

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JUDICIAL

Superior Court

  • (Office #11) Steven Schreiner – #63
  • (Office #42) Efrain Matthew Aceves – #66
  • (Office #84) Susan Jung Townsend – #68
  • (Office #158) David A. Berger – #71

County

  • (Supervisor 5th Dist) Kathryn Barger – #76

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STATE MEASURES

My vote will be in MAROON.

I will note John & Ken’s Voter Guide recommends (they lean libertarian)…

compared to the California Republican Party Voter Guide recommends.

Proposition 51: NO

  • (J&K) Let’s stop spending money we don’t have huh? How about we try that for once? NO
  • (GOP) $9 Billion general obligation bond to fund school construction projects. The Measure is sponsored by the Building Industry Association and supported by the California Republican Party. This will not result in a tax increase. YES
  • (Dennis Prager) Schools Bonds – NO. More money (borrowed, with interest) won’t fix the problem.

Proposition 52: YES

  • (J&K) It looks like a tax money shell game involving Medi-Cal, but there are federal matching funds involved so let’s keep it. YES
  • (GOP) Uses existing hospital fees paid to the state to fund Medi-Cal, uninsured patients and children health care. Saves State from spending for this purpose. YES
  • (Dennis Prager) Medi-Cal Fee Program – YES. Very complicated, but yes vote will ensure Feds continue to share in cost of medical care for illegal immigrants (which they allow in) and other non-payers who overtax our health care facilities.

Proposition 53: YES

  • (J&K) This gives back the power to the people to approve state-revenue bond measures. California voters would get to vote on any large scale project that costed more than $2 billion (High Speed Fail anyone?) YES
  • (GOP) Requires statewide voter approval on any state revenue bond projects exceeding $2 Billion. Only involves State bond issues, not local governments. YES
  • (Dennis Prager) Voter approval for large bond offerings – YES. Sacramento needs as much supervision as possible.

Proposition 54: YES

  • (J&K) Again, time to keep the crooks in Sacramento responsible! Vote yes to make any bill that the legislature wants to pass, available online for the public to review for at least 72 hours before the Legislature can pass it. The Legislature would also be required to ensure that its public meetings are recorded and make those videos available on the internet. YES
  • (GOP) Requires any bill to be printed and published online for 72 hours before the legislature can vote on it. Requires legislature to record and post video of all legislative proceedings other than closed session proceedings. YES
  • (Dennis Prager) Legislation Transparency – YES. Contrary to Nancy Pelosi’s recommendation on ObamaCare, give the people a chance to find out what is in bills the legislature wants to pass before our lawmakers vote.

Proposition 55: NO

  • (J&K) A no vote on this would allow the ‘temporary’ income tax increase passed in 2012 to expire in 2018 as it was designed to. Let’s make sure that ‘temporary’ still means something in Sacramento. NO, NO, NO!
  • (GOP) Extends the temporary personal income tax imposed by Proposition 30 in 2012 by an additional 12 years. Money to be used for K-12 schools and for healthcare programs. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) Tax Extension – NO. More money for politicians to waste.

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Proposition 56: NO

  • (J&K) Another attempt to raise your taxes, this time on cigarettes. You may not smoke them, but do we really need to give more money to the Legislature? Plus, the $1.6 billion tax gives $1 billion to health insurance companies and special interests. Total giveaway. NO
  • (GOP) Would increase the cigarette tax by $2.00 per pack. Funding goes to healthcare and tobacco use prevention programs. Supported by Tom Steyer. Benefits insurance companies and special interests. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) Cigarette Tax – NO. More money for politicians to waste.

Proposition 57: NO

  • (J&K) We’ve already seen the fallout from prison realignment and proposition 47, this is just Jerry Brown doubling down on that. 57 would allow early release for violent criminals, including those who rape unconscious victims. NO, NO, NO!
  • (GOP) Gives prisoners convicted of nonviolent felonies to be given early release. Sponsored by Gov. Brown. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) Criminal Sentences and Parole – NO. Not interested in coddling criminals or releasing them from prison early.

Proposition 58: NO

  • (J&K) Prop 58 wouldn’t do much to modernize how we teach English to students. It would be pointless to try and change it. Immigrant kids are learning English faster than ever and record numbers of immigrant students are being admitted to California universities. NO
  • (GOP) In 1998 California voters approved an initiative requiring that children be taught English in our schools unless parents disagreed. This measure would modify that initiative and allow children to be taught in other languages. This measure from 1998 has resulted in children learning English at a much faster rate than in a bilingual environment. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) Multilingual Education – NO. Terrible idea. We voted this failed practice out in the ‘90s with Prop. 227. This would put it back in place.

Proposition 59: NO

  • (J&K)  They’re trying to overturn Citizen’s United at the state level, the problem is, they can’t! The proposition even says this for Yes voters. All the measure says is that voters are asking elected officials to seek increased regulation of campaign spending and contributions. No specifics are offered. No suggestions on how they could effectively limit spending. It does nothing at all. NO
  • (GOP) Asks voters to decide if there should be a federal Constitutional Amendment to overturn the ruling in Citizens United vs. FEC. This Proposition has no real effect other than sending a message to Congress. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) Political Spending – NO. It’s called free speech.

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Proposition 60: NO

  • (J&K) Do you want to see the adult film industry chased out of California? Do you really care if there are condoms in adult films? NO
  • (GOP) Requires the use of condoms for adult films. This proposition is opposed by both the Democrat Party and the Republican Party. It is proposed by a special interest group. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) Condoms for Adult Movie “Actors” – NO. They’re adults, and they have chosen to work in an adult industry where they know their risks. Let them make their own decisions.

Proposition 61: NO

  • (J&K) It’s a limited price control attempt on some drug purchases.  It could lead many other drug costs to increase. NO
  • (GOP) Establishes pricing standards for state prescription drug purchases. The proposition would increase drug costs to veterans, would result in a new bureaucracy costing taxpayers millions. Was written by an individual who stands to benefit financially if it passes. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) Pricing on Prescription Drugs – NO. More government meddling will only raise costs.

Proposition 62: NO

  • (J&K) This gets a bit confusing as there are two death penalty initiatives on the ballot this year. This one wants to repeal the the death penalty entirely. The Death Penalty might not be used that often in California, but we shouldn’t get rid of it. Repealing the Death Penalty means allowing brutal killers to live the rest of their lives on the taxpayer’s dime. NO, NO, NO!
  • (GOP) Repeals the death penalty and replaces it with life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. Applies retroactively to prisoners already sentenced to the death penalty. Opposed by most law enforcement agencies. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) Repeal Death Penalty – NO. We should strengthen the death penalty.

Proposition 63: NO

  • (J&K) A Gavin Newsom special.  If we can’t stop the guns, let’s stop the bullets. Crazy. NO
  • (GOP) Requires a background check to purchase ammunition and bans large-capacity ammunition magazines. Requires ammunition purchases be reported to the Department of Justice. This proposition is opposed by the law enforcement community. Sponsored by Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) Register and Undergo a Background Check to Buy Ammo – NO. We don’t need more gun control. All this measure will do is make ammunition sales/purchases hard and more costly for lawful dealers/gun owners while creating a black market in ammo for those who can’t pass a background check. It won’t stop a single criminal from getting bullets.

Proposition 64: NO

  • (ME) I will vote yes on this when they can tell if a driver is under the influence using some sort of breathalyzer. This will be available soon. NO

Just some of my posts on or related to the matter — for the curious:

  1. The Socio-Economic Impact on Smoking Marijuana
  2. Marijuana Use Shows Significant Brain Change
  3. Is There “Mass Incarceration” of Blacks?
  4. Marijuana and the Conservative ~ Where Should We Stand?
  • (J&K) It’s inevitable. People want to smoke weed legally? Fine. Whatever. Don’t bother us with the smoke and we’re all good. It’s about time to legalize it anyway, and California may as well get all that sweet sweet revenue from taxing the devil’s lettuce. So vote yes and toke up Cheech! YES
  • (GOP) Legalizes marijuana. Imposes a 15% excise tax on retail sales of marijuana. A marijuana legalization initiative was on the ballot in 2010 but was defeated by voters. Would allow marijuana ads on TV. This proposition is designed to benefit special interests in the marijuana business. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) Legalize Marijuana – NO. Dangerous in every respect. States like Colorado and Oregon where recreational use has been made legal are seeing big problems.

Proposition 65: NO

  • (J&K) So the money either goes to the grocery companies or to the state for vague environmental projects.  Just vote NO on Prop 67 and kill the whole thing. NO
  • (GOP) Redirects money collected by grocery and other retail stores for carry-out bags to a special fund managed by the Wildlife Conservation Board to support environmental projects. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) 65 — Proceeds from Grocery Bag Sales – This is very confusing, but here’s how it seems to work out best: NO on 65 65 hands those fees over to environmental groups. We don’t want that. We want to keep the money out of the hands of leftist environmentalists.

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Proposition 66: YES

  • (J&K) The second of two initiatives on the death penalty, A Yes vote on this measure would reform the death penalty appeal system. Nowadays, an inmate sentenced to death could spend years wading through appeals. Proposition 66 would speed this up, and help bring closure to victims’ families and justice to brutal murderers. No brainer here. YES, YES, YES!
  • (GOP) Shortens the time for legal appeals to a death penalty conviction. Requires habeas corpus petitions be held in trial courts instead of the State Supreme Court. YES
  • (Dennis Prager) Shorten time for Death Penalty Appeals Process – YES. Long overdue.

Proposition 67: NO

  • (J&K) Bag litter is minimal, kill the bag ban! NO, NO, NO!
  • (GOP) A referendum to overturn the plastic bag ban passed by the Legislature. The language here is tricky. If you want to overturn the ban on plastic bags, vote No. A yes vote retains the ban on plastic bags. A No vote would allow stores to once again provide single-purpose plastic carry-out bags. NO
  • (Dennis Prager) YES on 67.  67 leaves paper bag fees with retailers who are forced to buy them.

COUNTY MEASURES

Measure A: NO 

  • (J&K) Money for parks is basic.  No special new tax increases should be needed. NO
  • (GOP) NO
  • (Dennis Prager)

Measure M: NO

  • (J&K) It’s for the subway to the sea and will last forever. NO
  • (GOP) NO
  • (Dennis Prager)

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CITY 

Santa Clarita City General Municipal Election

  • Bob Kellar – #184
  • Cameron Smyth – #187

DISTRICT

Castaic Lake Water Agency

  • (At Large) William Cooper – #198
  • (Division 2) E.G. Gladbach – #199

SCV 2014 Voter Guide ~ PapaGiorgio Edition (UPDATED)

STATE

  • Governor: Neel Kashkari ~ #9
  • Lt. Governor: Ron Herring ~ #13
  • Sec of State: Pete Peterson ~ #15
  • Controller: Ashley Swearengin ~ #19
  • Treasurer: Greg Conlon ~ #21
  • Att. General: Ronald Gold ~ #28
  • Ins. Commissioner: Ted Gaines ~ #31
  • State Board of Equalization: George Runner ~ #34

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE FOR THE 25TH DISTRICT

  • 25th Dist: Steve Knight ~ #40

MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY

  • 38th Dist: Scott Wilk ~ #45

“NONPARTISAN” JUDICIAL

JUDICIAL – SUPREME COURT JUSTICE

  • Goodwin Liu: NO ~ #65
  • Kathryn Mickle Werdegar: YES ~ #67
  • Mariano‐Florentino Cuéllar: NO ~ #71

JUSTICE, CALIFORNIA STATE COURT OF APPEALS; DISTRICT 2, DIVISION 1

  • Francis Rothschild: NO ~ #76
  • Jeffrey W. Johnson: YES ~ #80

JUSTICE, CALIFORNIA STATE COURT OF APPEAL; DISTRICT 2, DIVISION 2

  • Brian M. Hoffstadt: NO ~ #84

JUSTICE, CALIFORNIA STATE COURT OF APPEAL; DISTRICT 2, DIVISION 3

  • Lee Anne Edmon: NO ~ #87

JUSTICE, CALIFORNIA STATE COURT OF APPEALS; DISTRICT 2, DIVISION 4

  • Audrey B. Collins: NO ~ #90
  • Nora M. Manella: YES ~ #92

JUSTICE, CALIFORNIA STATE COURT OF APPEAL; DISTRICT 2, DIVISION 5

  • Paul A. Turner: YES ~ #95

JUSTICE, CALIFORNIA STATE COURT OF APPEAL; DISTRICT 2, DIVISION 6

Kenneth R. Yegan: YES ~ #98

JUSTICE, CALIFORNIA STATE COURT OF APPEAL; DISTRICT 2, DIVISION 7

  • Dennis M. Perluss: NO ~ #102

JUSTICE, CALIFORNIA STATE COURT OF APPEAL; DISTRICT 2, DIVISION 8

  • Laurence D. Rubin: NO ~ #107
  • Madeleine I. Flier: NO ~ #110

JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT

  • Dayan Mathai ~ #132

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT; COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES; OFFICE 87

  • Andrew M. Stein ~ #136

SCHOOL

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

  • Marshall Tuck ~ #140

COUNTY ASSESSOR

  • Jeffrey Prang ~ #146

SHERIFF

  • Paul Tanaka ~ #148

STATE MEASURES

  • PROP 1: NO ~ #159
  • PROP 2: YES ~ #162
  • PROP 45: NO ~ #167
  • PROP 46: NO ~ #171
  • PROP 47: NO ~ #175
  • PROP 48: YES ~ #178

COUNTY MEASURE

NO on P

CITY MEASURE

NO on S

DISTRICT – CASTAIC LAKE WATER AGENCY

MEMBER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Tom Campbell ~ #195

Gary Martin ~ #196

Ibid., DIVISION 2

Stephen P. Daniels ~ #198

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NOW, the important part for my California readers. Yes, this state will go blue… but it is a duty for all Republicans to vote. Why? Because I believe that we will win this election, but a larger popular vote win will give R/R a moral high road for their agenda. The wider the gap the better.

See the SCV Voter Guide from RPT:


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2010 Primary Voter Guide for Santa Clarita, CA. ~ from Papa Giorgio (Updated @ Noon)

BIG POSITIONS

Governor: Meg Whitman

Lt. Governor: Dr. Sam Aanesstad.

Secretary of State: Damon Dunn.

Controller: Tony Strickland.

Treasurer: Mimi Walters.

Attorney General: John Eastman

Insurance Commissioner: Brian Fitzgerald

United States Senate: Carley Fiorina

St. Board of Equalization: George Runner

U.S. Representative: Howard P. “Buck” McKeon.

State Assembly: Cameron Smyth

SCHOOL:

School: Lydia Gutierrez

NONPARTISAN JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Office 28: C. Edward Mack

Office 35: Soussan G. Bruguera

Office 73: Laura Matz

Office 107: Tony de Los Reyes

Office 117: Pattricia Vienna

Office 131: Maren Elizabeth Nelson

COUNTY:

Assessor: John Lewis Dortch

Sheriff: Lee Baca

STATE MEASURES:

Proposition 13, limits on property taxes: YES

Proposition 14, increases right to participate in primary elections: NO

Proposition 15, California Fair Elections Act: NO

Proposition 16, Two-Thirds Voter Approval Requirement for Electricity Providers: YES

Proposition 17, allows auto insurance company to base prices on driver history: YES

LA Unified School District Voters Only:

Measure E — VOTE NO

Emergency Neighborhood School and Teacher Retention Measure — Los Angeles Unified School District. Parcel Tax. Measure E would raise the parcel tax by $100 per year and generate $92 million for LAUSD annually for the next four years.