Conservative Voter Guides (Part 1) – The Election Forum Voter’s Guide

 

Thinking Right Blog is running the first in a series of conservative voter guides to assist you in making intelligent decisions in November.  Thinking Right does not necessarily endorse any of these voter’s guides, we are providing these to give you a wide selection of viewpoints from which to make your decisions.  These will be run in no particular order of importance.  We start with the Election Forum, a voter’s guide for Evangelical Christians.

 

Thank you for visiting ElectionForum.org. The purpose of this website and our Community Election Forums at local churches, is to help Evangelical Christians vote their values.

Our election recommendations are designed to help you cut through the rhetoric, election propaganda and biased media coverage of the campaigns. We present the candidate’s position on Israel, abortion, marriage, religious freedom, taxes, individual and economic liberty and other critical issues from a conservative Christian worldview.

Election Forum ranks every aspect of a candidate’s record according to experience, integrity and commitment to community.

Nothing is overlooked in our evaluation, from their positions, their contributions and who contributed to them, to endorsements and much more.

And don’t forget to sign up for our free election alerts and updates. Just click hereto get started now.

Finally, as a Christian, your vote is recorded in eternity. How should you vote for President or other candidates if their values don’t perfectly match your values? Click here to read our analysis in this special article titled “Christian voters’ moral dilemma: The lesser of two evils?”

Best wishes,

Evan Chase
Community Director

November 6, 2012
Election Recommendations

President of the United States—Christian Worldview Voter Guide

To skip the State Propositions and go directly to the Candidate recommendations,click here.

California State Propositions

Explanations of our choices are given at election forum meetings, click here to find one near you.

 

NO — Proposition 30. Temporary Taxes to Fund Education. Guaranteed Local Public Safety Funding — State of California (Initiative Constitutional Amendment – Majority Approval Required)
Should the California Constitution be amended to (a) temporarily increase sales and personal income tax rates; (b) guarantee certain revenue transfers to local governments; and (c) eliminate state funding of certain mandates to local governments?
NO — Proposition 31. State Budget. State and Local Government — State of California (Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute – Majority Approval Required)
Should the state constitution and law be amended to require government performance reviews and two-year budget cycles, to prohibit the Legislature from creating certain expenditures unless offsetting revenues or spending cuts are identified, and to make changes in certain responsibilities of local governament, the Legislature and the Governor?
YES — Proposition 32. Political Contributions by Payroll Deduction. Contributions to Candidates — State of California (Initiative Statute – Majority Approval Required)
Should unions, corporations, government contractors and state and local government employers be prohibited from using payroll-deducted funds, or in some instances their own funds, for political expenditures?
YES — Proposition 33. Auto Insurance Companies. Prices Based on Driver’s History of Insurance Coverage — State of California (Initiative Statute – Majority Approval Required)
Should automobile insurance companies be permitted to offer a discount to drivers who have continuously maintained their insurance coverage, even if they change their insurance company?
NO — Proposition 34. Death Penalty — State of California (Initiative Statute – Majority Approval Required)
Should the death penalty be repealed and replaced with life imprisonment without possibility of parole when someone is convicted of murder with specified special circumstances?
YES — Proposition 35. Human Trafficking. Penalties — State of California (Initiative Statute – Majority Approval Required)
Should the definition of human trafficking be expanded, penalties for traffickers be increased, convicted sexual traffickers be required to register as sex offenders, and additional training for law enforcement officers be required?
NO — Proposition 36. Three Strikes Law. Repeat Felony Offenders. Penalties — State of California (Initiative Statute – Majority Approval Required)
Should California law be amended to provide that a life sentence should not be imposed for a third felony conviction unless the third conviction is for a serious or violent felony?
NO — Note: We like the idea but it will result in frivolous lawsuit. —Proposition 37. Genetically Engineered Foods. Labeling — State of California(Initiative Statute – Majority Approval Required)
Should labeling be required on foods containing genetically modified ingredients when such foods (whether raw or processed, plant or animal) are offered for sale to consumers in California? Click here to read my statement on Proposition 37 in PDF format that you can download and print.
NO — Proposition 38. Tax to Fund Education and Early Childhood Programs — State of California (Initiative Statute – Majority Approval Required)
Should California’s personal income tax rates be increased during 2013-24 to provide funds for public schools, early childhood education programs, and state debt payments?
NO — Proposition 39. Tax Treatment for Multistate Businesses. Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency Funding — State of California (Initiative Statute – Majority Approval Required)
Should the California tax code be changed to require multistate firms to pay income taxes based on a percentage of their sales in California, with roughly half of the resulting tax increase to be used to fund clean/efficient energy projects for five years?
NO — Proposition 40. Redistricting. State Senate Districts — State of California(Referendum – Majority Approval Required)
Should the current state Senate districts be retained?

 

Ratings:

Every candidate is considered after thorough research; we also have a questionnaire for candidates to complete.

  • thumb upthumb upthumb up : Strongest endorsement for values voters
  • thumb upthumb up : Above average
  • thumb up : Better than opponent, vote represents “lesser of two evils”
  • No Endorsement: We either oppose the candidates or have found no reason to support a candidate. If you don’t vote for a candidate or issue, all your other votes still count.

California county races and recommendations are listed below. Click your county in the list below or on the sidebar to go to your candidates and races:

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U.S. Senator, Congress, State Senate and Assembly

These recommendations are broken down by county. You may click a county on the right or scroll down for Assembly and State Senate grading system.

U.S. Senator

  • Dianne Feinstein, Democratic
  • Elizabeth Emken, Republican thumb upthumb up

Alameda County

Congress

United States Representative; District 13

  • Barbara Lee, Democratic
  • Marilyn M. Singleton, Nonpartisan thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 15—No Endorsement

  • Fortney Pete Stark, Democratic
  • Eric Swalwell, Democratic

United States Representative; District 17

  • Mike Honda, Democratic
  • Evelyn Li, Republican thumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 15

  • Nancy Skinner, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 16

  • Joan Buchanan, Democratic
  • Al Phillips, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 18

  • Abel Guillen, Democratic
  • Rob Bonta, Democratic thumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 20—No Endorsement

  • Jennifer Ong, Democratic
  • Bill Quirk, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 25

  • Arlyne Diamond, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Bob Wieckowski, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 7

  • Mark P. Meuser, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Mark Desaulnier, Democratic

State Senator; District 9

  • Loni Hancock, Democratic

Alpine County

State Senate

State Senator; District 1

  • Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democratic
  • Ted Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 5

  • Rico Oller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Frank Bigelow, Republican

Amador County

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 5

  • Rico Oller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Frank Bigelow, Republican

Butte County

Congress

United States Representative; District 1

  • Doug La Malfa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jim Reed, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 1

  • Brian Dahle, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Rick Bosetti, Republican

Member of the State Assembly; District 3

  • Charles Rouse, Democratic
  • Dan Logue, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

County

County Supervisor; County of Butte; Supervisorial District 5

  • Doug Teeter
  • Joe DiDuca

Calaveras County

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 5

  • Rico Oller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Frank Bigelow, Republican

Colusa County

Congress

United States Representative; District 3

  • Kim Vann, Republican thumb up
  • John Garamendi, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 3

  • Charles Rouse, Democratic
  • Dan Logue, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 4

  • John Munn, Republicanthumb upthumb up
  • Mariko Yamada, Democratic

Contra Costa County

Congress

United States Representative; District 5

  • Randy Loftin, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mike Thompson, Democratic

United States Representative; District 9

  • Jerry McNerney, Democratic
  • Ricky Gill, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 11

  • George Miller, Democratic
  • Virginia Fuller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 15—No Endorsement

  • Eric Swalwell, Democratic
  • Fortney Pete Stark, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 11

  • Jim Frazier, Democratic
  • Mike Hudson, Republican thumb upthumb up

Del Norte County

Congress

United States Representative; District 2

  • Daniel W. Roberts, Republican thumb up
  • Jared Huffman, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 2

  • Tom Lynch, Democratic thumb upthumb up
  • Wesley Chesbro, Democratic

El Dorado County

State Senate

State Senator; District 1

  • Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democratic
  • Ted Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 5

  • Rico Oller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Frank Bigelow, Republican

Member of the State Assembly; District 6

  • Andy Pugno, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Beth B. Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Judicial

Superior Court Judge; County of El Dorado; Office 7

  • Joseph Hoffman
  • Warren “Curt” Stracener

County

County Supervisor; Supervisorial District 3

  • Brian Keith Veerkamp
  • Richard Barb

Fresno County

Congress

United States Representative; District 16

  • Brian Daniel Whelan, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Jim Costa, Democratic

United States Representative; District 21

  • David G. Valadao, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • John Hernandez, Democratic

United States Representative; District 22

  • Devin G. Nunes, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Otto Lee, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 23

  • Jim Patterson, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Bob Whalen, Republican

Member of the State Assembly; District 31

  • Henry T. Perea, Democratic
  • James “JD” Bennett, Republican thumb upthumb up

City

Council Member; City of Fresno; Council District 2

  • Pat Di Cicco
  • Steve Brandau

Glenn County

Congress

United States Representative; District 1

  • Doug La Malfa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jim Reed, Democratic

United States Representative; District 3

  • Kim Vann, Republican thumb up
  • John Garamendi, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 3

  • Charles Rouse, Democratic
  • Dan Logue, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Humboldt County

Congress

United States Representative; District 2

  • Jared Huffman, Democratic
  • Daniel W. Roberts, Republican thumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 2

  • Tom Lynch, Democratic thumb upthumb up
  • Wesley Chesbro, Democratic

Imperial County

Congress

United States Representative; District 51

  • Michael Crimmins, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Juan Vargas, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 56

  • Corky Reynaga-Emett, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • V. Manuel Perez, Democratic

Inyo County

Congress

United States Representative; District 8

  • Paul Cook, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Gregg Imus, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 26

  • Connie Conway, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jonathon Louis Sosa, Democratic

Kern County

Congress

United States Representative; District 21

  • David G. Valadao, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • John Hernandez, Democratic

United States Representative; District 23

  • Terry Phillips
  • Kevin McCarthy, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 26

  • Connie Conway, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jonathon Louis Sosa, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 32

  • Rudy Salas, Democratic
  • Pedro A. Rios, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 34

  • Shannon Grove, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Mari Goodman, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 36

  • Steve Fox, Democratic
  • Ron Smith, Republican thumb upthumb up

County

Supervisor; County of Kern; Supervisorial District 1

  • Mick Gleason thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Roy Ashburn

Kings County

Congress

United States Representative; District 21

  • David G. Valadao, Republican
  • John Hernandez, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 32

  • Pedro A. Rios, Republican
  • Rudy Salas, Democratic

Lake County

Congress

United States Representative; District 3

  • Kim Vann, Republican thumb up
  • John Garamendi, Democratic

United States Representative; District 5

  • Randy Loftin, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mike Thompson, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 4

  • John Munn, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mariko Yamada, Democratic

Lassen County

Congress

United States Representative; District 1

  • Jim Reed, Democratic
  • Doug La Malfa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Senate

State Senator; District 1

  • Ted Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 1

  • Rick Bosetti, Republican
  • Brian Dahle, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Los Angeles County (Congress, State Senate, Assembly, County, City, Special District and School)

Congress

United States Representative; District 23

  • Kevin McCarthy, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Terry Phillips

United States Representative; District 25

  • Howard P. “Buck” McKeon, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Lee C. Rogers, Democratic

United States Representative; District 26

  • Julia Brownley, Democratic
  • Tony Strickland, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 27

  • Jack Orswell, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Judy Chu, Democratic

United States Representative; District 28

  • Phil Jennerjahn, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Adam Schiff, Democratic

United States Representative; District 29

  • David R. Hernandez thumb upthumb up
  • Tony Cardenas, Democratic

United States Representative; District 30—No Recommmendation

  • Brad Sherman, Democratic
  • Howard L. Berman, Democratic

United States Representative; District 32

  • Grace F. Napolitano, Democratic
  • David L. Miller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 33

  • Henry A. Waxman, Democratic
  • Bill Bloomfield thumb up

United States Representative; District 34

  • Xavier Becerra, Democratic
  • Stephen C. Smith, Republican thumb up

United States Representative; District 35

  • Gloria Negrete McLeod, Democratic
  • Joe Baca, Democratic Endorsed

United States Representative; District 37

  • Karen R. Bass, Democratic
  • Morgan Osborne, Republican thumb up

United States Representative; District 38

  • Linda T. Sánchez, Democratic
  • Benjamin Campos, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 39

  • Jay Chen, Democratic
  • Ed Royce, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 40

  • David Sanchez, Democratic
  • Lucille Roybal-Allard, Democratic

United States Representative; District 43

  • Bob Flores, Democratic
  • Maxine Waters, Democratic

United States Representative; District 44

  • Janice Hahn, Democratic
  • Laura Richardson, Democratic

United States Representative; District 47

  • Alan Lowenthal, Democratic
  • Gary Delong, Republican thumb upthumb up

State Senate

State Senator; District 21

  • Steve Knight, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Star Moffatt, Democratic

State Senator; District 23

  • Melissa Ruth O’Donnell, Democratic
  • Bill Emmerson, Republican thumb up

State Senator; District 25

  • Gilbert V. Gonzales, Republican thumb up
  • Carol Liu, Democratic

State Senator; District 27

  • Todd Zink, Republican thumb up
  • Fran Pavley, Democratic

State Senator; District 29

  • Robert “Bob” Huff, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Greg Diamond, Democratic

State Senator; District 35

  • Charlotte A. Svolos, Republican thumb up
  • Roderick “Rod” Wright, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 36

  • Ron Smith, Republican
  • Steve Fox, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 38

  • Scott Thomas Wilk, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Edward Headington, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 39—No Recommmendation

  • Raul Bocanegra, Democratic
  • Richard Alarcon, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 41

  • Chris Holden, Democratic
  • Donna Lowe, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 43

  • Mike Gatto, Democratic
  • Greg Krikorian, Republican

Member of the State Assembly; District 44

  • Jeff Gorell, Republican thumb up
  • Eileen Macenery, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 45

  • Bob Blumenfield, Democratic
  • Chris Kolski, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 46

  • Jay L. Stern, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Adrin Nazarian, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 48

  • Joe M. Gardner, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Roger Hernandez, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 49

  • Edwin “Ed” Chau, Democratic
  • Matthew Lin, Republican thumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 50—No Recommmendation

  • Richard Bloom, Democratic
  • Betsy Butler, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 51—No Recommmendation

  • Jimmy Gomez, Democratic
  • Luis Lopez, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 52

  • Norma J. Torres, Democratic
  • Kenny Coble, Republican thumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 53

  • Jose Trinidad Aguilar, Republican thumb up
  • John A. Pérez, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 54

  • Holly J. Mitchell, Democratic
  • Keith Brandon McCowen, Republican thumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 55

  • Gregg D. Fritchle, Democratic
  • Curt Hagman, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 57

  • Ian Charles Calderon, Democratic
  • Noel A. Jaimes, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 58

  • Patricia A. Kotze-Ramos, Republican thumb up
  • Cristina Garcia, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 59—No Recommmendation

  • Reggie Jones-Sawyer, Democratic
  • Rodney D. Robinson, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 62

  • Mervin Evans, Democratic
  • Steven Bradford, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 63

  • Anthony Rendon, Democratic
  • Jack M. Guerrero, Republican thumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 64

  • Isadore Hall, III, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 66

Since I am a candidate in this particular race, Election Forum will abstain from posting ratings or recommendations.

Member of the State Assembly; District 70

  • Martha Flores Gibson, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Bonnie Lowenthal, Democratic

City

Council Member; City of Downey; District 1

  • Luis H. Marquez
  • Michael Murray thumb up
  • Mark Vasquez

Council Member; City of Downey; District 3

  • Roger C. Brossmer thumb up

Council Member; City of Downey; District 5

  • Salvador Franco
  • Gabriel Orozco
  • Ricardo Perez
  • Alex Saab thumb up

County

District Attorney; County of Los Angeles

  • Jackie Lacey
  • Alan Jackson thumb upthumb up

School

Governing Board Member; Cerritos Community College District; Trustee Area 1

  • Robert “Bob” Arthur thumb up
  • Leonard Zuniga

Governing Board Member; Cerritos Community College District; Trustee Area 2

  • Tom Jackson thumb up
  • Carmen Avalos

Governing Board Member; Cerritos Community College District; Trustee Area 3

  • Jean M. McHatton thumb up
  • John Paul Drayer

Special District

Member, Board of Directors; West Basin Municipal Water District; Division 3

  • Jake William Townsend thumb up
  • Carol Kwan

Local Measures

NO — Measure A Appointment of County Assessor — County of Los Angeles(Advisory Vote Only – Advisory Vote Only)

Do you support seeking to change the California Constitution and the Los Angeles County Charter to make the position of Los Angeles County Assessor an appointed position instead of an elected position?

NO — Measure B Safer Sex In the Adult Film Industry Act — County of Los Angeles (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Shall an ordinance be adopted requiring producers of adult films to obtain a County public health permit, to require adult film performers to use condoms while engaged in sex acts, to provide proof of blood borne pathogen training course, to post permit and notices to performers, and making violations of the ordinance subject to civil fines and criminal charges?

NO — Measure C Use of Revenue from Measure ‘H’ — City of El Monte (Advisory – Advisory Vote Only)

If the Sugary Sweetened Beverage License Fee ballot measure passes on November 6, 2012, the new tax revenues should be used primarily to pay for the following public services: police and fire emergency services; parks and recreation programs including new sports fields; health and wellness programs for children and senior citizens; and other projects to prevent and treat diabetes and childhood obesity.

NO — Measure D Telecommunications Tax Reduction — City of Downey(Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Shall an ordinance be adopted to reduce the tax on telecommunication services from 5% to
4.8%; modernize the ordinance to treat taxpayers equally regardless of technology used; and to preserve funding of general City services, such as police, fire protection, street maintenance; and for parks and recreation, library and senior citizen programs; subject to an annual independent audit?

NO — Measure E El Camino Community College Improvement/Transfer/Job Training Measure — El Camino Community College District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To prepare students for universities/transfer/jobs, including nursing, healthcare, fire-fighting and high-tech jobs, by expanding science labs, upgrading outdated electrical systems, wiring green energy for savings, building earthquake/fire-safe classrooms equipped with up-to-date technology, improving facilities for Veterans, acquiring, constructing, repairing facilities, sites/equipment, shall El Camino Community College District issue $350,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring all funds remain local, financial audits, citizen’s oversight, and NO money for pensions/administrators’ salaries?

NO — Measure F El Monte Fairness For Mobilehome Owners Ordinance — City of El Monte (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

El Monte Fairness For Mobilehome Owners Ordinance Shall the ordinance adopted by the voters in April 1990 be repealed in order to allow the City Council to investigate the reasonableness of rent charged to mobilehome owners and if appropriate, consider the regulation of proposed mobilehome park rent increases in the future?

NO — Measure G Cerritos College Job Training and College Transfer Measure — Cerritos Community College District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To prepare local Cerritos College students for high-skilled jobs and 4-year universities by updating classrooms, technology, math, science and computer labs, upgrading job-training facilities, providing classrooms and labs to accommodate growing demand, replacing leaky roofs, aging and unsafe buildings, facilities/equipment, and acquiring, constructing, repairing buildings, classrooms, sites/facilities/equipment, shall Cerritos Community College District issue $350,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with citizen oversight, and no money for Sacramento, administrators’ salaries or employee pensions?

NO — Measure H El Monte Vital City Services/Childhood Obesity Prevention Measure — City of El Monte (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

To offset state cuts and maintain police, fire, 9-1-1 emergency services, gang prevention, graffiti removal, youth after school/nutritional/fitness/health programs, senior services; pothole repair; and other general fund services shall an ordinance be adopted implementing a business license fee of one (1) cent per fluid ounce of sugar sweetened beverage served/ provided/traded by businesses in the City requiring annual audits and all funds used locally?

NO — Measure I Sales Tax Increase to Fund Essential Services — City of La Mirada (Sales Tax Increase – Majority Approval Required)

To preserve our quality of life and maintain local, city services, including: neighborhood police patrols/911 response times; crime/gang prevention programs; repair potholes/keep streets from falling into disrepair; senior services/facilities; after-school programs for children/teens; and other general city services, shall the City of La Mirada enact a one cent sales tax, for 5 years, that cannot be taken by Sacramento, with citizens’ oversight, annual independent audits, will all funds spent only in La Mirada?

NO — Measure J Accelerating Traffic Relief, Job Creation — County of Los Angeles (Continuation of Voter-Approved Sales Tax Increase – Majority Approval Required)

To advance Los Angeles County’s traffic relief, economic growth/ job creation, by accelerating construction of light rail/ subway/ airport connections within five years not twenty; funding countywide freeway traffic flow/ safety /bridge improvements, pothole repair; keeping senior/ student/ disabled fares low; Shall Los Angeles County’s voter-approved one-half cent traffic relief sales tax continue, without tax rate increase, for another 30 years or until voters decide to end it, with audits/ keeping funds local?

NO — Measure K School Improvement Bonds — Lynwood Unified School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To improve and maintain neighborhood schools by repairing and updating classrooms, science labs and technology, repairing leaky roofs, bathrooms, plumbing, and electrical, improving school safety with lighting, fences, fire alarms, and earthquake retrofits, removing asbestos, replacing portables with permanent classrooms, renovating, constructing, and equipping, modernizing school facilities, shall Lynwood Unified School District issue $93,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring strict accountability, Independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee review, independent annual audits, with no funds for administrator salaries or pensions?

NO — Measure L School Improvement Funding — Lancaster Elementary School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To better prepare students for success in high school, college and careers, repair, upgrade outdated classrooms and school buildings, upgrade classrooms, science labs and computer systems to keep pace with technology, improve student safety and security systems, and make funding available to protect and improve the quality of core academic instruction, shall the Lancaster School District issue $63,000,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with independent oversight, no money for administrator salaries, and all money staying local?

NO — Measure M Business License Tax — City of Artesia (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

To provide the City of Artesia with additional revenue to maintain services such as neighborhood police patrols/911 response, gang prevention, pothole/street repairs with funds that require independent audits and that cannot be taken by the state, shall the Artesia Local Services Ordinance be adopted to update/increase its existing business license tax rate schedules based on type/size of business, with no rate increase for small businesses with gross annual receipts of less than $150,000?

NO — Measure N Hotel Workers’ Wages and Sick Leave — City of Long Beach(Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Shall the ordinance which establishes minimum wages and minimum sick leave payable to hotel workers, be adopted?

NO — Measure O Change of Municipal Election Dates — City of Long Beach(Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

Shall Measure O, which amends the Long Beach City Charter to change the dates of the Primary and General Municipal Elections be adopted?

NO — Measure P Utility User Tax — City of Bellflower (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Shall an ordinance to offset State financial cuts and help the City of Bellflower maintain and restore City services including: neighborhood Sheriff’s patrols; local Sheriff’s substation hours; drug, bullying and gang prevention/enforcement; graffiti removal; school safety/after-school programs; pothole repairs; and other services, by temporarily increasing Bellflower’s utility users’ tax by 2% for 5 years; with audits, low-income senior exemptions, citizens’ oversight and all funds used for local purposes, be adopted?

YES — Measure Q School Improvement Bonds — Redondo Beach Unified School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To prepare students for success in high school, college, and the workforce; acquire, construct, upgrade, furnish, and equip school facilities, including career and technical facilities, improve classroom technology, and make energy efficiency improvements to reduce operating costs and put more money in classrooms; shall Redondo Beach Unified School District issue $63,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens’ oversight committee with no money taken by the State or used for salaries or other operating expenses?

NO — Measure R School Improvement Bonds — Rowland Unified School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To continue to upgrade Rowland Unified schools, repair, equip, construct and/or reconstruct classrooms, roofs, multiuse facilities, gyms/athletic facilities, libraries, science & technology labs, and construct permanent classrooms to replace temporary portables, shall Rowland Unified School District issue $158.8 million in bonds at legal interest rates, with no funds for administrative salaries or employee pensions, with mandatory annual audits and independent citizen oversight?

NO — Measure S School Improvement Bonds — Temple City Unified School District (School Bond – 55% Approval Required)

To maintain high quality education, prepare local students for college and careers, equip schools with current technology, upgrade security, fire safety, electrical, plumbing, heating/cooling systems, repair old roofs, upgrade science labs, construct, repair, acquire classrooms, vocational education facilities, sites, facilities and equipment, shall Temple City Unified School District issue $128,800,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with citizen oversignt, annual audits, no money for pensions or administrators’ salaries, and all funds locally controlled and not be taken by Sacramento?

NO — Measure T Pomona Citizen’s Right to Vote Initiative Measure — City of Pomona (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Shall an ordinance be adopted to change the method of electing the six City Council members from the current “bydistrict” method, where voters from each district vote for the candidate representing each respective district pursuant to the Pomona City Charter, to an “atlarge” system where candidates representing each district are elected by voters citywide?

YES — Measure U Pomona City Charter Measure — City of Pomona (Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

Shall the Charter of the City of Pomona be amended as proposed by the Charter Review Commission, regarding setting Council district boundaries, Mayoral election as a stand alone election, “instant runoff” Councilmember elections, Council vacancy procedures, increasing contributions limits to Councilmembers, providing staff and legal counsel for Charter Commission, City budget and Capital Improvement Program appropriations, commitment to the Youth and Family Master Plan, and establising violations of the Charter as misdemeanors, among other changes?

NO — Measure V Pomona Transient Occupancy Tax Increase — City of Pomona(Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

To ensure funding for essential general city services including police services, fire protection, street and park maintanance, business development, and park and recreation services, shall an ordinance be adopted to incresase the tax charged only to persons who occupy hotels, as defined by Pomona City Code Section 50-81, otherwise known as the Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT), from ten percent (10%) to twelve percent (12%)?

NO — Measure W Pomona Real Property Transfer Tax Increase — City of Pomona (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

To ensure funding for essential general city services including police services, fire protection, street and park maintenance, business development, and park and recreation services, shall an ordinance be adopted to increase the tax charged when real property in the city is sold or transferred, otherwise known as the Real Property Tax, from $1.10 per $500 of property value at the time of sale $2.20?

NO — Measure X Save Our Pomona Public Library — City of Pomona (Parcel Tax – 2/3 Approval Required)

To provide revenue dedicated to the City of Pomona Library services, and operation of the Library no fewer than 38 hours per week, shall the City of Pomona ordinance adopting a special parcel tax of $38.00/parcel and/or residential unit, providing for annual adjustments commencing July 1, 2013, be approved by the voters?

NO — Measure Y Temporary Half-Cent Sales Tax — City of Culver City (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

To offset state budget cuts, preserve quality neighborhoods and ensure effective 911 emergency response by retaining firefighters, police officers, and paramedics; fixing potholes/streets; maintaining parks, community centers, storm drains; continuing after school programs, senior services, graffiti removal, arts/cultural programs, and other general services, shall Culver City enact a half-cent sales tax, automatically expiring after ten years, requiring independent financial audits, all funds used locally, and no money for Sacramento?

NO — Measure Z School Improvement Bonds — Whittier City Elementary School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To improve the quality of education, replace deteriorating roofs; improve access to computers and technology; replace old plumbing systems; make health, safety, and handicapped accessibility improvements; replace outdated heating ventilation and cooling systems; modernize outdated classrooms and school facilities; and improve energy efficiency; shall the Whittier City Elementary School District issue $55,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens’ oversight committee and have NO money used for administrative or teacher salaries, or taken by the state?

NO — Measure AA Sales Tax Increase to Fund Essential Services — City of Commerce (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

NO — Measure AA.

Shall the ordinance imposing a one half of one percent (½%) transactions and use (sales) tax to offset severe state budget cuts and provide funding for such things as police and fire service, repair, maintenance and improvement of streets, sidewalks, public facilities, parks, libraries and other city services, with all revenues staying in the city and spending reviewed by a citizens’ advisory panel and independently audited, be approved?

YES — Measure ALF Density Limit re Assisted Living Facility — City of Sierra Madre (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Shall an Ordinance be adopted to amend Sierra Madre Municipal Code Section 17.35.040 (“Core Density Limit”) of the People’s Empowerment Act (aka Measure V) to permit development of an assisted living facility consistent with the Kensington Assisted Living Facility Specific Plan not exceeding two stories, thirty feet in height and seventy-five assisted living suites, for the parcels located at 33 North Hermosa Avenue an 245 West Sierra Madre Boulevard?

NO — Measure BB School Improvement Bonds — Bellflower Unified School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To expand vocational education facilities, upgrade classroom computer technology; repair, equip, and construct classrooms/facilities at Baxter, Foster, Intensive Learning Center, Jefferson, Las Flores, Lindstrom, Pyle, Ramona, Washington, Williams, and Woodruff Elementary and Bellflower, Mayfair, and Somerset High Schools, shall Bellflower Unified School District issue $79,000,000 of bonds with interest rates below legal limits, with independent citizen oversight, no money for administrator salaries, and all funds spent locally and not taken by the State and spent elsewhere?

NO — Measure CC School Improvement Bonds — Covina-Valley Unified School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To better prepare students for college and good-paying careers by upgrading classrooms, science labs, and instructional technology needed for improved teaching, repair/replace leaky roofs, worn-out floors, plumbing and faulty electrical systems, acquire/construct/renovate sites/facilities/equipment to meet modern academic standards; improve energy efficiency saving money and supporting instruction, shall Covina-Valley Unified School District issue $129,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with independent citizen oversight, no money for administrators, and all money staying local?

NO — Measure CL School Improvement Funding — Local Classrooms Funding Authority (Special Tax – 2/3 Approval Required)

To protect academic quality in local K-12 schools; maintain math, science, English programs; provide education for students with disabilities/special needs; support computer technology and school security; prepare students for college/careers; retain excellent teachers; shall Local Classrooms Funding Authority levy a special tax of 2¢/square foot of lot for residential property, and 7.5¢/square foot for other property types; requiring citizens oversight, audits, senior exemptions, no money for administrator salaries and all funds staying local?

NO — Measure DD School Improvement Bonds — Palmdale Elementary School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To repair/improve aging schools, improve math/science instruction and protect education in Palmdale elementary and intermediate schools with local funding that cannot be taken by State government, shall Palmdale School District repair leaking roofs, rusting plumbing and aging restrooms; update science labs, computers and instructional technology; upgrade/repair/add classrooms to meet safety, health and academic standards; by issuing $220 million dollars in bonds at legal rates, with independent citizens’ oversight, no money for administrators salaries?

NO — Measure EE School Improvement Bonds — Little Lake City School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To improve the quality of local schools by renovating old and outdated classrooms, restrooms, upgrading science labs and computer systems to keep pace with technology, improving student safety and security systems, repairing, constructing, acquiring classrooms, school facilities and equipment, and to remove hazardous materials and improve student safety and security systems shall Little Lake City School District issue $18,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with mandatory audits, independent citizen oversight and all money staying local?

NO — Measure ES Local School Modernization, Academic Improvement and Earthquake and Fire Safety Bond — Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (School Bond – 55% Approval Required)

To improve academic instruction and school safety by modernizing high school classrooms and campuses, repairing aging elementary schools, ensuring every school meets current earthquake and fire safety standards to protect students, and constructing, acquiring, modernizing, and/or repairing classrooms, sites, facilities, equipment, computers, and learning technology to raise student achievement, shall the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District issue $385,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with independent fiscal oversight, mandatory audits, and all funds for Santa Monica and Malibu schools?

NO — Measure GA Rent Control Adjustments — City of Santa Monica (Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

Shall the City Charter be amended to allow the annual rent control general adjustment to be based on 75% of the annual percentage change in the Consumer Price Index, but limited to an adjustment between 0% and 6%; and to give the Rent Control Board discretion, after a public hearing, to impose a dollar limit, within the 0-6% range, calculated using the same formula employed when imposing a limit under the existing general adjustment formula?

NO — Measure GG School Improvement Bonds — Inglewood Unified School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To improve the quality of education; make health/safety improvements; replace old roofs; modernize/upgrade classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; improve student access to computers and technology; improve energy efficiency; upgrade inadequate electrical and plumbing systems; construct new classrooms; and qualify the District for over $20,000,000 in state grants, shall Inglewood Unified School District issue $90,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent oversight committee and NO money taken by the state or for administrative salaries?

NO — Measure HH Conservation Funding — Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (Special Tax – 2/3 Approval Required)

To protect, maintain and conserve local open space, parklands and wildlife corridors; protect water quality in local creeks and reservoirs; improve fire prevention including brush clearing; acquire open space, and increase park ranger safety security patrols, shall the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority implement a special $24 tax annually for ten years only, with all funds spent locally in the Santa Monica Mountains east of the 405 freeway, and require independent citizen oversight and audits?

NO — Measure MM Conservation Funding — Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (Special Tax – 2/3 Approval Required)

To protect, maintain and conserve local open space, parklands and wildlife corridors; protect water quality in local creeks and reservoirs; improve fire prevention including brush clearing, acquire open space, and increase park ranger safety and security patrols, shall the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority implement a special $19 tax annually for ten years only, with all funds staying in the hillside communities of Woodland Hills, Encino, and Tarzana, and require independent citizen oversight and audits?

NO — Measure QS Castaic School Improvement Measure — Castaic Union Elementary School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To provide modern and efficient elementary and middle school facilities, shall Castaic Union School District build up-to-date science labs/classrooms/facilities, provide modern computers/technology/equipment, replace inefficient and outdated heating/ventilation systems and update fire alarm/safety systems by issuing $51 million in bonds at legal rates, with independent oversight, no money for administrators, and all funds staying local?

NO — Measure TT Education Funding — Little Lake City Elementary School District (Parcel Tax – 2/3 Approval Required)

To provide up-to-date textbooks and instructional materials in English, math, science and history, to continue funding for art and music programs, to improve classroom technology, to keep schools facilities clean, safe and well-maintained and to provide locally controlled funding that the State can’t take away, shall Little Lake City School District authorize a levy of $48 per parcel annually for five years with independent oversight, no funds for administrators’ salaries and an exemption for senior citizens?

NO — Measure WP Education Funding — Westside Union Elementary School District (Parcel Tax – 2/3 Approval Required)

To maintain academic programs including science, math, reading, writing, arts and music, fund computer technology, and help avoid increased class sizes with funds that cannot be taken by the State and spent elsewhere, shall Westside Union School District levy a $96.00 parcel tax for four years, so long as an independent citizens’ oversight committee is required, all funds are spent on neighborhood schools, and no money is used for administrative salaries?

NO — Measure WR Reauthorization of School Bonds — Westside Union Elementary School District (School Bond – 55% Approval Required)

To increase student computer /technology access; repair, equip and modernize elementary classrooms /school facilities; replace outdated heating /air conditioning; and reduce overall borrowing costs, shall $18,510,000 of Westside Union School District bonds, previously approved by voters in November 2008, be reauthorized through issuance of new bonds, with no increase in total authorized District debt, interest rates below legal limits, independent citizen oversight, no money for administrator salaries, and all funds spent locally and not taken by the State?

Madera County

Congress

United States Representative; District 16

  • Jim Costa, Democratic
  • Brian Daniel Whelan, Republican thumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 5

  • Frank Bigelow, Republican
  • Rico Oller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Marin County

Congress

United States Representative; District 2

  • Daniel W. Roberts, Republican thumb up
  • Jared Huffman, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 10

  • Marc Levine, Democratic thumb up
  • Michael Allen, Democratic

Mariposa County

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 5

  • Frank Bigelow, Republican
  • Rico Oller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Mendocino County

Congress

United States Representative; District 2

  • Daniel W. Roberts, Republican thumb up
  • Jared Huffman, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 2

  • Tom Lynch, Democratic thumb upthumb up
  • Wesley Chesbro, Democratic

Merced County

Congress

United States Representative; District 16

  • Jim Costa, Democratic
  • Brian Daniel Whelan, Republican thumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 21

  • Adam Gray, Democratic
  • Jack Mobley, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Modoc County

Congress

United States Representative; District 1

  • Doug La Malfa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jim Reed, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 1

  • Ted Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 1

  • Brian Dahle, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Rick Bosetti, Republican

Mono County

Congress

United States Representative; District 8

  • Paul Cook, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Gregg Imus, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 5

  • Frank Bigelow, Republican
  • Rico Oller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Monterey County

State Senate

State Senator; District 17

  • Bill Monning, Democratic
  • Larry Beaman, Republican thumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 30

  • Rob Bernosky, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Luis Alejo, Democratic

Congress

United States Representative; District 20

  • Sam Farr, Democratic
  • Jeff Taylor, Republican thumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 29

  • Tom Walsh, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mark Stone, Democratic

County

Supervisor; County of Monterey; District 1

  • Tony Barrera
  • Fernando Armenta

Supervisor; County of Monterey; District 5

  • Marc DEL PIERO
  • Dave Potter

Napa County

Congress

United States Representative; District 5

  • Randy Loftin, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mike Thompson, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 3

  • Frank Miranda, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Lois Wolk, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 4

  • John Munn, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mariko Yamada, Democratic

Nevada County

Congress

United States Representative; District 1

  • Doug La Malfa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jim Reed, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 1

  • Ted Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 1

  • Rick Bosetti, Republican
  • Brian Dahle, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Orange County

Congress

United States Representative; District 38

  • Linda T. Sánchez, Democratic
  • Benjamin Campos, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 39

  • Ed Royce, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jay Chen, Democratic

United States Representative; District 45

  • Sukhee Kang, Democratic
  • John Campbell, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 46

  • Jerry Hayden, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Loretta Sanchez, Democratic

United States Representative; District 47

  • Alan Lowenthal, Democratic
  • Gary Delong, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 48

  • Dana Rohrabacher, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Ron Varasteh, Democratic

United States Representative; District 49

  • Darrell Issa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jerry Tetalman, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 29

  • Robert “Bob” Huff, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Greg Diamond, Democratic

State Senator; District 37

  • Mimi Walters, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Steve Young, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 55

  • Gregg D. Fritchle, Democratic
  • Curt Hagman, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 65

  • Sharon Quirk-Silva, Democratic
  • Chris Norby, Republican

Member of the State Assembly; District 68

  • Christina Avalos, Democratic
  • Donald P. “Don” Wagner, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 69

  • Jose “Joe” Moreno, Republican thumb up
  • Tom Daly, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 72

  • Troy Edgar, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Travis Allen, Republican

Member of the State Assembly; District 73

  • James Corbett, Democratic
  • Diane L. Harkey, Republican

Member of the State Assembly; District 74

  • Robert Rush, Democratic
  • Allan R. Mansoor, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

School

Member; County Board of Education; Trustee Area 1

  • Ken Khanh Nguyen
  • Robert Morris Hammond thumb upthumb upthumb up

Council Member; City of Laguna Niguel (3 Elected)

  • Brad Barber
  • Laurie Davies thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Tony English
  • Jerry McCloskey
  • Jerry Slusiewicz

Council Member; City of Huntington Beach (3 Elected)

  • Tim Ryan
  • Bruce J. Brandt
  • Barbara Delgleize
  • Jim Katapodis
  • William Billy O’Connell
  • Dave Sullivan
  • Alexander S. Polsky
  • Jill Hardy
  • Devin Dwyer
  • Tony James Carter
  • Erik Peterson thumb upthumb up
  • Bob Wentzel

Placer County

Congress

United States Representative; District 1

  • Doug La Malfa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jim Reed, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 1

  • Ted Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 1

  • Brian Dahle, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Rick Bosetti, Republican

Member of the State Assembly; District 5

  • Rico Oller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Frank Bigelow, Republican

Member of the State Assembly; District 6

  • Andy Pugno, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Beth B. Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Plumas County

Congress

United States Representative; District 1

  • Doug La Malfa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jim Reed, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 1

  • Ted Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 1

  • Brian Dahle, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Rick Bosetti, Republican

Riverside County

Congress

United States Representative; District 36

  • Raul Ruiz, Democratic
  • Mary Bono Mack, Republican

United States Representative; District 41

  • Mark Takano, Democratic
  • John Tavaglione, Republican

United States Representative; District 42

  • Michael Williamson, Democratic
  • Ken Calvert, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 50

  • Duncan D. Hunter, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • David B. Secor, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 23

  • Melissa Ruth O’Donnell, Democratic
  • Bill Emmerson, Republican thumb up

State Senator; District 31

  • Jeff Miller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Richard Roth, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 42

  • Brian Nestande, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Mark Anthony Orozco, Democratic

United States Representative; District 56

  • Corky Reynaga-Emett, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • V. Manuel Perez, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 60

  • José Luis Pérez, Democratic
  • Eric Linder, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 61

  • Jose Medina, Democratic
  • Bill Batey, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 67

  • Phil Paule, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Melissa Melendez, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 71

  • Patrick J. Hurley, Democratic
  • Brian W. Jones, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 75

  • Marie Waldron, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Matthew Herold, Democratic

School

Member; Riverside County Board of Education; Trustee Area 5

  • Adolfo Mediano, Jr. thumb up
  • Ralph R. Villani

Trustee; Desert Community College District; Trustee Area 2

  • Charles “Chuck” Hayden
  • Mary Jane Sanchez thumb upthumb upthumb up

County

County Supervisor; Riverside County; Supervisorial District 1

  • Kevin Jeffries thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Bob Buster

City

Mayor; City of Riverside

  • Rusty Bailey
  • Ed Adkison

Sacramento County

Congress

United States Representative; District 3

  • Kim Vann, Republican thumb up
  • John Garamendi, Democratic

United States Representative; District 6

  • Joseph McCray, Sr., Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Doris Matsui, Democratic

United States Representative; District 7

  • Ami Bera, Democratic
  • Dan Lungren, Republican thumb up

United States Representative; District 9

  • Jerry McNerney, Democratic
  • Ricky Gill, Republican thumb upthumb up

State Senate

State Senator; District 1

  • Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democratic
  • Ted Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Senator; District 3

  • Frank Miranda, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Lois Wolk, Democratic

State Senator; District 5

  • Bill Berryhill, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Cathleen Galgiani, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 6

  • Beth B. Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Andy Pugno, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 7

  • Jonathan Zachariou, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Roger Dickinson, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 8

  • Ken Cooley, Democratic
  • Peter Tateishi, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 9

  • Richard Pan, Democratic
  • Antonio “Tony” Amador, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 11

  • Jim Frazier, Democratic
  • Mike Hudson, Republican thumb upthumb up

School

Member; Sacramento County Board of Education; Trustee Area 5

  • Penny Schwinn
  • Heather McGowan

Trustee; Twin Rivers Unified School District; Trustee Area 3

  • Walter Garcia Kawamoto
  • Christine Jefferson

Trustee; Twin Rivers Unified School District; Trustee Area 6

  • Annette Emery
  • Rebecca Sandoval

City

Council Member; City of Sacramento; Council District 2

  • Allen Wayne Warren
  • Rob Kerth

Council Member; City of Sacramento; Council District 4

  • Joseph Yee
  • Steve Hansen

San Benito County

Congress

United States Representative; District 20

  • Jeff Taylor, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Sam Farr, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 30

  • Rob Bernosky, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Luis Alejo, Democratic

San Bernardino County

Congress

United States Representative; District 8

  • Paul Cook, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Gregg Imus, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 27

  • Judy Chu, Democratic
  • Jack Orswell, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 31

  • Gary G. Miller, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Bob Dutton, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 35

  • Gloria Negrete McLeod, Democratic
  • Joe Baca, Democratic

United States Representative; District 39

  • Jay Chen, Democratic
  • Ed Royce, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Senate

State Senator; District 21

  • Steve Knight, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Star Moffatt, Democratic

State Senator; District 23

  • Melissa Ruth O’Donnell, Democratic
  • Bill Emmerson, Republican thumb up

State Senator; District 25

  • Gilbert V. Gonzales, Republican thumb up
  • Carol Liu, Democratic

State Senator; District 29

  • Robert “Bob” Huff, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Greg Diamond, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 33

  • Tim Donnelly, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • John Coffey, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 36

  • Ron Smith, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Steve Fox, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 40

  • Mike Morrell, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Russ Warner, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 41

  • Chris Holden, Democratic
  • Donna Lowe, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 42

  • Brian Nestande, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Mark Anthony Orozco, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 47—No Recommmendation

  • Joe Baca, Jr., Democratic
  • Cheryl R. Brown, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 52

  • Norma J. Torres, Democratic
  • Kenny Coble, Republican thumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 55

  • Gregg D. Fritchle, Democratic
  • Curt Hagman, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

County

Member, Board of Supervisors; County of San Bernardino; District 1

  • Richard C. Roelle thumb upthumb up
  • Robert Alan Lovingood thumb upthumb up

Member, Board of Supervisors; County of San Bernardino; District 3

  • James C. Ramos
  • Neil Derry thumb upthumb up

City

Member, City Council; City of Ontario (2 Elected)

  • John B. Lira
  • C. Muhammad
  • Josie S. Estrada
  • Debra Porada thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Paul Vincent Avila
  • Robert Tippin
  • Paul C. Mim Mack
  • Sheila Mautz
  • Ruben Valencia

Member, City Council; City of Fontana (2 Elected)

  • H. “Ken” Friedman
  • Lydia Salazar Wibert thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jesus “Jesse” Sandoval
  • Matthew Slowik
  • Rafael Garcia

Member, City Council; City of Redlands

  • Don Wallace thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Michael Layne
  • Leonard James Goldman
  • Pete Aguilar
  • Lane Schneider
  • Pat Gilbreath
  • Mike Saifie

Member, City Council; City of Colton; District 5

  • Robert D. Wilson
  • John D. Mitchell thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Deirdre H. Bennett

Member, City Council; City of Upland

  • Glenn Bozar thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Bill Velto
  • Carol S. Timm
  • Natalie Moya
  • Sheri Haendiges

School

Member, Governing Board; Chino Valley Unified School District

  • Ildiko Eva McDaniel
  • James Na thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Silver Aguilar
  • Peter Attwood
  • Andrew Cruz
  • Fred Youngblood, Jr.
  • Irene Hernandez-Blair
  • Lisa Keltner thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • David A. Black
  • Brandon K. Blanchard
  • Roman G. Nava

Member, Governing Board; Ontario-Montclair School District (2 Elected)

  • Elizabeth Ricci thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Samuel Crowe
  • J. Steve Garcia
  • Maureen “Moe” Mendoza

Member, Governing Board; San Bernardino Community College District (4 Elected)

  • John G. Wurm thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Carleton W. Lockwood, Jr.
  • Gloria Macias Harrison
  • Nick Zoumbos
  • Joe Navarro
  • John Longville
  • Kathleen Henry
  • Jess C. Vizcaino, Jr.
  • Abraham McNally
  • John M. Futch

Trustee; San Bernardino County Board of Education; Trustee Area C

  • John H. Pruitt, Jr.
  • Linda “Sarge” Sargent thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Laura Abernathy Mancha

Special District

Director; Cucamonga Valley Water District (3 Elected)

  • Charles Buquet
  • Richard B. Fletcher thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Randall J. Reed thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Michael E. Kelly
  • Luis Cetina thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • James V. Curatalo, Jr.
  • Amin Khan

Director; Monte Vista Water District (3 Elected)

  • Tony Lopez thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Manuel “Manny” Martinez, Jr.
  • Loren R. Martens
  • Sandra S. Rose

Local Measures

NO — Measure P School Improvement Funding — Chaffey Joint Union High School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

NO — Measure Q Cap on Compensation and Mandatory Transparency for County Supervisors — County of San Bernardino (Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

San Diego County

Congress

United States Representative; District 49

  • Darrell Issa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jerry Tetalman, Democratic

United States Representative; District 50

  • Duncan D. Hunter, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • David B. Secor, Democratic

United States Representative; District 51

  • Juan Vargas, Democratic
  • Michael Crimmins, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 52

  • Scott Peters, Democratic
  • Brian Bilbray, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 53

  • Nick Popaditch, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Susan A. Davis, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 39

  • Marty Block, Democratic
  • George Plescia, Republican

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 71

  • Brian W. Jones, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Patrick J. Hurley, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 75

  • Marie Waldron, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Matthew Herold, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 76

  • Sherry Hodges, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Rocky J. Chavez, Republican

Member of the State Assembly; District 77

  • Brian Maienschein, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Ruben “Rj” Hernandez, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 78—No Recommmendation

  • Ralph Denney, Republican
  • Toni Atkins, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 79

  • Mary England, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Shirley Weber, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 80

  • Ben Hueso, Democratic
  • Derrick W. Roach, Republican thumb upthumb up

Judicial

Superior Court Judge; County of San Diego; Office 25

  • Jim Miller thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Robert Amador

School

Member; San Diego County Board of Education; District 1—No Recommmendation

  • John Witt
  • Gregg Robinson

Trustee; San Diego Community College District; Trustee Area B

  • Scott L. Hasson thumb upthumb up
  • Bernie Rhinerson

Trustee; San Diego Unified School District; Trustee Area A

  • John Lee Evans
  • Mark Powell thumb upthumb up

Trustee; San Diego Unified School District; Trustee Area E

  • Marne R. Foster
  • William S. Ponder thumb upthumb up

County

Supervisor; County of San Diego; Supervisorial District 3

  • Dave Roberts
  • Steve Danon thumb upthumb up

City

Council Member; City of Chula Vista; Seat 3

  • Larry Breitfelder thumb upthumb up
  • Pamela Bensoussan

Council Member; City of Chula Vista; Seat 4—No Recommmendation

  • Mary Salas
  • Linda Wagner

Mayor; City of San Diego

  • Bob Filner
  • Carl De Maio

Council Member; City of San Diego; Council District 1

  • Ray Ellis thumb upthumb up
  • Sherri S. Lightner

Special District

Board Member; Otay Water District; Division 5

  • David Charles
  • Ronald Ripperger
  • Tim Stanton thumb upthumb up
  • Mark Robak

Board of Directors; Tri City Healthcare District

  • Wayne M. Lingenfelter
  • Rosemarie V. Reno
  • Julie Nygaard
  • Steve Gronke
  • George Coulter
  • Ramona Finnila
  • Charlene Anderson
  • Rodger Reese thumb upthumb up

San Francisco County

Congress

United States Representative; District 12

  • John Dennis, Republican thumb up
  • Nancy Pelosi, Democratic

United States Representative; District 14

  • Deborah “Debbie” Bacigalupi, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Jackie Speier, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 11

  • Mark Leno, Democratic
  • Harmeet K. Dhillon, Republican thumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 17—No Recommmendation

  • Jason P. Clark, Republican
  • Tom Ammiano, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 19

  • Phil Ting, Democratic
  • Michael Breyer, Democratic thumb up

San Joaquin County

Congress

United States Representative; District 9

  • Ricky Gill, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Jerry McNerney, Democratic

United States Representative; District 10

  • Jose Hernandez, Democratic
  • Jeff Denham, Republican thumb upthumb up

State Senate

State Senator; District 5

  • Cathleen Galgiani, Democratic
  • Bill Berryhill, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 9

  • Richard Pan, Democratic
  • Antonio “Tony” Amador, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 12

  • Christopher Mateo, Democratic
  • Kristin Olsen, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 13

  • K. “Jeffrey” Jafri, Republican thumb up
  • Susan Talamantes Eggman, Democratic

County

County Supervisor; San Joaquin County; Supervisorial District 5

  • Bob Elliott
  • Rhodesia R. Ransom

City

Mayor; City of Stockton

  • Anthony Silva
  • Ann Johnston

Council Member; City of Stockton; Council District 4

  • Diana Maccini Lowery
  • Moses Zapien

San Luis Obispo County

Congress

United States Representative; District 24

  • Lois Capps, Democratic
  • Abel Maldonado, Republican

State Senate

State Senator; District 17

  • Bill Monning, Democratic
  • Larry Beaman, Republican thumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 35

  • Gerald “Gerry” Manata, Democratic
  • K. H. “Katcho” Achadjian, Republican thumb upthumb up

San Mateo County

Congress

United States Representative; District 14

  • Jackie Speier, Democratic
  • Deborah “Debbie” Bacigalupi, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 18

  • Dave Chapman, Republican thumb up
  • Anna G. Eshoo, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 11

  • Mark Leno, Democratic
  • Harmeet K. Dhillon, Republican thumb up

State Senator; District 13—No Recommmendation

  • Jerry Hill, Democratic
  • Sally J. Lieber, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 19

  • Michael Breyer, Democratic thumb up
  • Phil Ting, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 22

  • Kevin Mullin, Democratic
  • Mark Gilham, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 24

  • Richard S. Gordon, Democratic
  • Chengzhi “George” Yang, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

County

Supervisor; County of San Mateo; District 4

  • Shelly Masur
  • Warren Slocum

Santa Barbara County

Congress

United States Representative; District 24

  • Lois Capps, Democratic
  • Abel Maldonado, Republican

State Senator

State Senator; District 19

  • Hannah-Beth Jackson, Democratic
  • Mike Stoker, Republican thumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 35

  • Gerald “Gerry” Manata, Democratic
  • K. H. “Katcho” Achadjian, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 37

  • Das Williams, Democratic
  • Rob Walter, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

County

Supervisor; Santa Barbara County; Supervisorial District 4

  • Peter Adam
  • Joni Gray

Local Measures

NO — Measure A2012 Education Funding — Santa Barbara High School District(Parcel Tax – 2/3 Approval Required)

To offset severe state budget cuts to our junior high and high schools and continue providing dedicated local funding that will otherwise expire for math, science, technology, music, arts, foreign language and theater, and to augment career skills courses, shall Santa Barbara Unified School District levy a $45 annual secondary parcel tax for four years, that can’t be taken away by the state, with exemptions available for seniors, mandatory independent oversight, and no funds for administrator salaries or benefits?

NO — Measure B2012 Education Funding — Santa Barbara Elementary School District (Parcel Tax – 2/3 Approval Required)

To offset severe state budget cuts to our elementary schools and to continue providing dedicated local funding that will otherwise expire for classroom music, math, science and technology education, and help maintain class sizes, shall Santa Barbara Unified School District levy an annual $48 parcel tax for four years, that can’t be taken away by the state, with exemptions available for seniors, mandatory independent citizen oversight, and no funds for administrator salaries or benefits?

YES — Measure C2012 Term Limits — City of Buellton (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Shall there be a limit of three consecutive terms in office for Buellton City Council Members?

NO — Measure D2012 Transient Occupancy Tax — City of Buellton (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Shall Section 3.28.030 of the Buellton Municipal Code be amended to increase the Transient Occupancy Tax rate, which applies only to transient occupants of hotels (as defined in Section 3.28.020), from ten percent (10%) to twelve percent (12%)?

NO — Measure E2012 Transient Occupancy Tax — City of Carpinteria (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

To help maintain essential City services such as streeUpothole repair, park maintenance, law enforcement, youth and senior programs, and other City services, shall the City of Carpinteria adopt an ordinance to raise the City’s hotel bed tax (Transient Occupancy Tax) from ten to twelve percent, paid only by hotel guests on their room rates, with annual independent audits, local oversight, and no money going to Sacramento?

YES — Measure F2012 Increase Number of Director Seats — Montecito Fire Protection District (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Shall the Montecito Fire Protection District increase its number of directors from three to five?

NO — Measure G2012 Agricultural Land Protection Initiative — City of Goleta(General Plan Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

Should the City of Goleta General Plan be amended to require that for the next twenty years any changes to specified policies and designation of certain land 10 acres or more currently designated as Agriculture be required to be approved by the voters as well as the City Council, subject to certain limited exceptions?

NO — Measure H2012 Transient Occupancy Tax — City of Goleta (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

In order to provide additional funding to enhance city services such as public safety, road maintenance, revitalization efforts in Old Town, and provide support for other fundamental City services, shall an ordinance be adopted increasing the Transient Occupancy Tax (Bed Tax) charged to hotel guests staying in Goleta from 10% to 12%, with the proceeds placed in the City’s General Fund?

NO — Measure I2012 Parcel Tax to Fund Library Services — City of Guadalupe(Parcel Tax – 2/3 Approval Required)

YES — Measure J2012 Proposal to Change City Name to Guadalupe Beach — City of Guadalupe (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

NO — Measure K2012 Issuance of Bonds — College School District (School Bond – 55% Approval Required)

To acquire, construct and modernize classrooms and support facilities, increase student access to computers and modern classroom technology, fund necessary maintenance and repairs, purchase leased facilities and provide energy efficiency improvements to reduce annual operating costs, and improve handicapped access, shall the College School District be authorized to issue up to $12,000,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with annual audits and an independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee to ensure funds are used only for voter approved improvements?

NO — Measure L2012 Issuance of Bonds — Santa Ynez Valley Union High School District (School Bond – 55% Approval Required)

To improve the quality of education; replace old and deteriorating roofs; upgrade inadequate electrical and plumbing systems; improve student access to computers and technology; modernize outdated classrooms and facilities; make health and safety improvements; replace old heating, ventilation, and cooling systems; and make energy efficiency improvements shall Santa Ynez Valley Union High School District issue $19,840,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens’ oversight committee and have NO money for administrative salaries or be taken by the state?

NO — Measure Z2012 Transient Occupancy Tax — City of Solvang (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Santa Clara County

Congress

United States Representative; District 17

  • Evelyn Li, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mike Honda, Democratic

United States Representative; District 18

  • Dave Chapman, Republican thumb up
  • Anna G. Eshoo, Democratic

United States Representative; District 19

  • Zoe Lofgren, Democratic
  • Robert Murray, Republican thumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 20

  • Sam Farr, Democratic
  • Jeff Taylor, Republican thumb upthumb up

State Senate

State Senator; District 13—No Recommmendation

  • Sally J. Lieber, Democratic
  • Jerry Hill, Democratic

State Senator; District 15—No Recommmendation

  • Joe Coto, Democratic
  • Jim Beall, Democratic

State Senator; District 17

  • Larry Beaman, Republican thumb up
  • Bill Monning, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 24

  • Chengzhi “George” Yang, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Richard S. Gordon, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 25

  • Bob Wieckowski, Democratic
  • Arlyne Diamond, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 27

  • Roger F. Lasson, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Nora Campos, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 28

  • Chad Walsh thumb up
  • Paul Fong, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 29

  • Tom Walsh, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mark Stone, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 30

  • Luis Alejo, Democratic
  • Rob Bernosky, Republican thumb upthumb up

City

Council Member; City of San Jose; Council District 8

  • Rose Herrera
  • Jimmy Nguyen

Council Member; City of San Jose; Council District 10

  • Robert Braunstein
  • Johnny Khamis

Santa Cruz County

Congress

United States Representative; District 18

  • Anna G. Eshoo, Democratic
  • Dave Chapman, Republican thumb up

United States Representative; District 20

  • Sam Farr, Democratic
  • Jeff Taylor, Republican thumb upthumb up

State Senator

State Senator; District 17

  • Larry Beaman, Republican thumb up
  • Bill Monning, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 29

  • Mark Stone, Democratic
  • Tom Walsh, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 30

  • Rob Bernosky, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Luis Alejo, Democratic

County

County Supervisor; Santa Cruz County; Supervisorial District 5

  • Bruce McPherson
  • Eric Hammer

Shasta County

Congress

United States Representative; District 1

  • Jim Reed, Democratic
  • Doug La Malfa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Senator

State Senator; District 1

  • Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democratic
  • Ted Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 1

  • Rick Bosetti, Republican
  • Brian Dahle, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Sierra County

Congress

United States Representative; District 1

  • Jim Reed, Democratic
  • Doug La Malfa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Senator

State Senator; District 1

  • Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democratic
  • Ted Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 1

  • Rick Bosetti, Republican
  • Brian Dahle, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Siskiyou County

Congress

United States Representative; District 1

  • Jim Reed, Democratic
  • Doug La Malfa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Senator

State Senator; District 1

  • Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democratic
  • Ted Gaines, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 1

  • Rick Bosetti, Republican
  • Brian Dahle, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Solano County

Congress

United States Representative; District 3

  • John Garamendi, Democratic
  • Kim Vann, Republican thumb up

United States Representative; District 5

  • Randy Loftin, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mike Thompson, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 3

  • Lois Wolk, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 4

  • John Munn, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mariko Yamada, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 11

  • Mike Hudson, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Jim Frazier, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 14

  • Susan A. Bonilla, Democratic

Sonoma County

Congress

United States Representative; District 2

  • Jared Huffman, Democratic
  • Daniel W. Roberts, Republican thumb up

United States Representative; District 5

  • Randy Loftin, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mike Thompson, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 3

  • Lois Wolk, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 2

  • Tom Lynch, Democratic thumb upthumb up
  • Wesley Chesbro, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 4

  • John Munn, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mariko Yamada, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 10

  • Michael Allen, Democratic
  • Marc Levine, Democratic thumb up

County

County Supervisor; Sonoma County; Supervisorial District 1

  • Susan Gorin
  • John Sawyer

Stanislaus County

Congress

United States Representative; District 10

  • Jose Hernandez, Democratic
  • Jeff Denham, Republican thumb upthumb up

State Senate

State Senator; District 5

  • Bill Berryhill, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Cathleen Galgiani, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 12

  • Christopher Mateo, Democratic
  • Kristin Olsen, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 21

  • Jack Mobley, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Adam Gray, Democratic

Sutter County

Congress

United States Representative; District 3

  • John Garamendi, Democratic
  • Kim Vann, Republican thumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 3

  • Dan Logue, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Charles Rouse, Democratic

Tehama County

Congress

United States Representative; District 1

  • Jim Reed, Democratic
  • Doug La Malfa, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 3

  • Dan Logue, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Charles Rouse, Democratic

Trinity County

Congress

United States Representative; District 2

  • Daniel W. Roberts, Republican thumb up
  • Jared Huffman, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 2

  • Tom Lynch, Democratic thumb upthumb up
  • Wesley Chesbro, Democratic

Tulare County

Congress

United States Representative; District 21

  • David G. Valadao, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • John Hernandez, Democratic

United States Representative; District 22

  • Devin G. Nunes, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Otto Lee, Democratic

United States Representative; District 23

  • Terry Phillips
  • Kevin McCarthy, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 23

  • Bob Whalen, Republican
  • Jim Patterson, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 26

  • Connie Conway, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Jonathon Louis Sosa, Democratic

Tuolumne County

Congress

United States Representative; District 4

  • Jack Uppal, Democratic
  • Tom McClintock, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 5

  • Rico Oller, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Frank Bigelow, Republican

Ventura County

Congress

United States Representative; District 24—No Recommmendation

  • Abel Maldonado, Republican
  • Lois Capps, Democratic

United States Representative; District 25

  • Howard P. “Buck” McKeon, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Lee C. Rogers, Democratic

United States Representative; District 26

  • Julia Brownley, Democratic
  • Tony Strickland, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up

United States Representative; District 30

  • Brad Sherman, Democratic
  • Howard L. Berman, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 19

  • Hannah-Beth Jackson, Democratic
  • Mike Stoker, Republican thumb up

State Senator; District 27

  • Todd Zink, Republican thumb up
  • Fran Pavley, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 37

  • Rob Walter, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Das Williams, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 38

  • Edward Headington, Democratic
  • Scott Thomas Wilk, Republican thumb upthumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 44

  • Eileen Macenery, Democratic
  • Jeff Gorell, Republican thumb up

Member of the State Assembly; District 45

  • Bob Blumenfield, Democratic
  • Chris Kolski, Republican thumb upthumb up

County

Supervisor; County of Ventura; Supervisorial District 1

  • Steve Bennett
  • Bob Roper

Local Measures

YES — Measure L Term Limits for City Council Members — City of Thousand Oaks (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Shall the ordinance adding Term Limits for City Council members as follows be adopted: no person shall serve more than three consecutive four-year terms, either by election or appointment, and following a four year absence, a new three consecutive four-year term limit shall apply?

YES — Measure M Reorganization of School Districts — Proposed Santa Paula Unified School District (District Formation – Majority Approval Required)

Shall the Santa Paula Unified School District be formed from the territory of the Santa Paula Union High School District and the Santa Paula Elementary School District, with the Briggs Elementary School District, the Mupu Elementary School District, and Santa Clara Elementary School District remaining independent elementary school districts?

NO — Measure N Managed Growth Plan — City of Simi Valley (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

The City’s Managed Growth Plan expires December 31, 2012. Shall a new Managed Growth Plan, that will become effective January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2022 be adopted?

NO — Measure O Affordable Housing — City of Moorpark (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

Shall the City of Moorpark be authorized to develop, construct, or acquire up to a maximum of two hundred (200) low rent housing units, affordable to persons of low income, in the City of Moorpark over a ten (10)-year period commencing upon the effective date of the authorization ordinance?

NO — Measure P Education Funding — Ocean View School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To increase student computer/technology access; continue repairing, upgrading, equipping, and constructing classrooms and school facilities; and reduce overall borrowing costs, shall $4,200,000 of Ocean View School District bonds, previously approved by voters in November 2006, be reauthorized through issuance of new bonds, with no increase in total authorized District debt, interest rates below legal limits, independent citizen oversight, no money for administrator salaries, and all funds spent locally and not taken by the State?

NO — Measure Q Education Funding — Ventura Unified School District (Parcel Tax – 2/3 Approval Required)

To maintain academic programs including science, math, reading, writing, arts and music, fund computer technology, and help avoid increased class sizes with funds that cannot be taken by the State and spent elsewhere; shall Ventura Unified School District levy a $59 parcel tax for four years, so long as an independent citizens’ oversight committee is required, all funds are spent on neighborhood schools, and no money is used for administrative salaries?

NO — Measure R Education Funding — Oxnard School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To replace portable classrooms, relieve student overcrowding by building and equipping new classrooms and educational facilities and repairing and equipping existing classrooms and educational facilities throughout the District, shall Oxnard School District be authorized to issue up to Ninety Million Dollars $90,000,000.00 in bonds at the lowest possible legal interest rates so long as spending is annually reviewed by an independent citizens’ oversight committee, annual audits are conducted and no money is used for employee salaries?

NO — Measure S Education Funding — Somis Union School District (School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To Improve the quality of education; modernize outdated classrooms and school facilities; make health and safety improvements; improve student access to computers and technology; replace old heating, ventilation and cooling systems; construct science and computer labs, and upgrade inadequate electrical and plumbing systems; shall the Somis Union School District issue $8,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens’ oversight committee and have NO money used for administrative salaries or be taken by the state?

NO — Measure T Education Funding — Hueneme Elementary School District(School Bonds – 55% Approval Required)

To improve the quality of educational facilities; upgrade classroom fire, safety, and security systems; modernize/renovate outdated classrooms and restrooms; replace leaky roofs; upgrade old heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems; increase student access to computers and technology; and replace portable classrooms, shall Hueneme Elementary School District issue $19,600,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, with an independent citizens’ oversight committee, and have NO money taken by the state or used for District employee salaries?

Yolo County

Congress

United States Representative; District 3

  • Kim Vann, Republican thumb up
  • John Garamendi, Democratic

United States Representative; District 6

  • Joseph McCray, Sr., Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Doris Matsui, Democratic

State Senate

State Senator; District 3

  • Lois Wolk, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 4

  • John Munn, Republican thumb upthumb up
  • Mariko Yamada, Democratic

Member of the State Assembly; District 7

  • Jonathan Zachariou, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
  • Roger Dickinson, Democratic

Yuba County

Congress

United States Representative; District 3

  • Kim Vann, Republican thumb up
  • John Garamendi, Democratic

State Assembly

Member of the State Assembly; District 3

  • Charles Rouse, Democratic
  • Dan Logue, Republican thumb upthumb upthumb up
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