Election Day Propositions, Candidates, Judges and More Nov 2010

Los Angeles County Democratic Party November 2010 Endorsements

CANDIDATES

U.S. Senate – Barbara Boxer*

Governor
Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown

Lieutenant Governor
Gavin Newsom

Secretary of State
Debra Bowen*

Treasurer
Bill Lockyer*

Attorney General
Kamala Harris

Controller
John Chiang*

Insurance Commissioner
Dave Jones

Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tom Torlakson

State Board of Equalization
Dist. 2 – Chris Parker
Dist. 3 – Mary Christian-Heising
Dist. 4 – Jerome Horton*

Judges

California Supreme Court Justice
Carlos Moreno*

California Court of Appeal, 2nd Appellate Dist. Justice
Div. 2 – Judith M. Ashmann*
Div. 5 – Orville “Jack” Armstrong*

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge
Office 28 – Mark K. Ameli
Office 117 – Alan Schneider

Countywide

Los Angeles County Assessor
John Noguez

Congress

CD 25 – Jackie Conaway
CD 26 – Russ Warner
CD 27 – Brad Sherman*
CD 28 – Howard Berman*
CD 29 – Adam Schiff*
CD 30 – Henry Waxman*
CD 31 – Xavier Becerra*
CD 32 – Judy Chu*
CD 33 – Karen Bass
CD 34 – Lucille Roybal-Allard*
CD 35 – Maxine Waters*
CD 36 – Jane Harman*
CD 37 – Laura Richardson*
CD 38 – Grace Napolitano*
CD 39 – Linda Sanchez*
CD 42 – Michael Williamson
CD 46 – Ken Arnold

State Senate

SD 20 – Alex Padilla*
SD 22 – Kevin De Leon
SD 24 – Ed Hernandez
SD 26 – Curren Price*
SD 28 – Jenny Oropeza*
SD 30 – Ron Calderon*
SD 32 – Gloria Negrete McLeod*

State Assembly

AD 36 – Linda Jones
AD 37 – Ferial Masry
AD 38 – Diana Shaw
AD 39 – Felipe Fuentes*
AD 40 – Bob Blumenfield*
AD 41 – Julia Brownley*
AD 42 – Mike Feuer*
AD 43 – Mike Gatto*
AD 44 – Anthony Portantino*
AD 45 – Gil Cedillo
AD 46 – John A. Pérez*
AD 47 – Holly Mitchell
AD 48 – Mike Davis*
AD 49 – Mike Eng*
AD 50 – Ricardo Lara
AD 51 – Steve Bradford*
AD 52 – Isadore Hall*
AD 53 – Betsy Butler
AD 54 – Bonnie Lowenthal*
AD 55 – Warren Furutani*
AD 56 – Tony Mendoza*
AD 57 – Roger Hernandez
AD 58 – Charles Calderon*
AD 59 – Darcel Woods
AD 60 – Gregg Fritchle
AD 61 – Norma Torres*

Cities

Pomona City Council, Dist. 2
Freddie Rodriguez*

Pomona City Council, Dist. 3
Leonard Baleon

Pomona City Council, Dist. 5
Tim Saunders*

Santa Monica City Council (2-Year Term)
Gleam Davis*

Santa Monica City Council (4-Year Term)
Kevin McKeown*
Pam O’Connor*
Ted Winterer

Santa Monica Rent Control Board (2-Year Term)
Chris Braun*

Santa Monica Rent Control Board (4-Year Term)
Todd Flora
Marilyn Korade-Wilson*
Bill Winslow

Health District

Antelope Valley Health Care District
Steve Fox

School Districts

Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District
Oscar De La Torre*
Laurie Lieberman
Ralph Mechur*
Nimish Patel

Water Districts

Castaic Lake Water Agency, At-Large
Frank T. Smathers

Castaic Lake Water Agency, Div. 3
Carole Lutness

Upper San Gabriel Valley Water District, Div. 5
Bryan Urias

Water Replenishment District of Southern California, Div. 1
Gerard McCallum II

Water Replenishment District of Southern California, Div. 3
Lillian Kawasaki*

Water Replenishment District of Southern California, Div. 4
Antonio “Tony” Monroy

West Basin Municipal Water District, Div. 1
Ron Smith*

LOCAL BALLOT MEASURES

Bellflower City Measure A – No Recommendation
Carson City Measure H – No
Centinela Valley High School District Measure CV – Yes
Claremont Unified School District Measure CL – Yes
Duarte Unified School District Measure E – Yes
El Rancho Unified School District Measure EE – Yes
El Segundo City Measure O – Yes
La Puente City Measure M – No
La Puente City Measure N – No
Long Beach City Measure B – No
Long Beach City Measure C – Yes
Long Beach City Measure D – No Recommendation
Long Beach City Measure GG – No
Lynwood Unified School District Measure L – Yes
Pomona City Measure SP – No
Pomona Unified School District Measure SS – Yes
Rancho Palos Verdes Measure P – No Consensus
Redondo Beach City Measure G – No Recommendation
Santa Fe Springs City Measure S – Yes
Santa Monica City Measure RR – Yes
Santa Monica City Measure Y – Yes
Santa Monica City Measure YY – Yes
South El Monte City Measure R – No Recommendation
Wiseburn Union High School Measure AA – Yes

Progressive Democrats of Los Angeles

Proposition Endorsements

Prop 19 (marijuana legalization) – YES
Prop 20 (congressional redistricting) – NO
Prop 21 (vehicle license surcharge for parks) – YES
Prop 22 (protection of local govt. funds) – YES
Prop 23 (suspension of air pollution control) – NO
Prop 24 (repeals lower corporate taxes) – YES
Prop 25 (majority vote for state budget) – YES
Prop 26 (2/3rds vote for levies/charges) – NO
Prop 27 (repeals redistricting commission) – YES

You can download the Sec. of State’s Voter Information Guide here, visit www.sos.ca.gov, or call 800-345-VOTE (8683) to order one.

*Incumbents

Published by the LA Progressive on November 1, 2010
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