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

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Comments

  1. Lauren Steiner says

    I disagree with my colleagues in PDA on their no recommendations for Props 20 and 27. I think they are against it because they think it is a power grab by the GOP since there would be equal numbers of Democrats and Republicans on the citizen redistricting committees. Therefore, since California is a Democratic state, Dems would lose seats. I think that does not necessarily bear out. And right now with politicians gerrymandering their own district boundaries, moderate non-incumbents have no chance of getting elected and the system is gridlocked. Personally I am going to vote yes on both. But an argument can be made to vote yes on 27 to give the commissions which are forming a chance to work on the state level before changing the system for the federal offices.

    • dusty says

      Lauren — why should I trust any commission to make these decisions any more than a committee of the legislature? We can’t even hold commissions accountable and commissions and commissioners cost lots of money and we are already paying the legislators. And in the long run this will completely screw any thrid party in California.

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