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Progressive Voter Guide June 2018

Sharon Kyle: The Official Sample Ballot, prepared by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk was mailed out weeks ago but for those seeking information about where to vote or who is on their ballot, go to LAVote.net.
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The LA Progressive encourages everyone who is eligible to vote. The California Statewide Direct Primary election will be held on Tuesday, June 5, 2018. The Official Sample Ballot, prepared by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk was mailed out weeks ago but for those seeking information about where to vote or who is on their ballot, go to LAVote.net.

Following is the LA Progressive voter guide for the California June 5, 2018 Primary election.

June 5, 2018 California Primary Election

STATE GOVERNOR

Gavin Newsom

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Ed Hernandez

SECRETARY OF STATE

Alex Padilla

CONTROLLER

Betty Yee

TREASURER

Fiona Ma

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Xavier Becerra

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

Ricardo Lara

MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

Scott Svonkin

UNITED STATES SENATOR

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UNITED STATES CONGRESS (in Los Angeles County)

CD 23 – Tatiana Matta
CD 25 – Bryan Caforio
CD 26 – Julia Brownley*
CD 27 – Judy Chu*
CD 28 – Adam Schiff*
CD 29 – Tony Cárdenas*
CD 30 – Brad Sherman*
CD 32 – Grace Napolitano*
CD 33 – Ted Lieu*
CD 34 – Jimmy Gomez*
CD 35 – Norma Torres*
CD 37 – Karen Bass*
CD 38 – Linda Sanchez*
CD 39 – Brett Murdock
CD 40 – Lucille Roybal-Allard*
CD 43 – Maxine Waters*
CD 44 – Nanette Barragin*
CD 47 – Alan Lowenthal*

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CALIFORNIA STATE SENATE

SD 18 – Bob Hertzberg"
SD 20 – Connie Leyv*
SD 22 – Michael Eng
SD 24 – Maria Elena Durazo
SD 26 – Ben Allen
SD 29 – Oppose Recall of Josh Newman
SD 30 – Holly Mitchell*
SD 32 – Vivian Romero
SD 34

CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY

AD 36
AD 37 – Monique Limon
AD 38 – Christy Smith
AD 39 – Luz Rivas
AD 41 – Chris Holden*
AD 43 – Laura Friedman*
AD 44 – Jacqui Irwin*
AD 45 – Jesse Gabriel
AD 46 – Adrin Nazarian*
AD 48 – Blanca Rubio*
AD 49 – Edwin ‘Ed’ Chau*
AD 50 – Richard Bloom*
AD 51– Wendy Carillo*
AD 52
AD 53– Miguel Santiago*
AD 54– Sydney Kamlager*
AD 55– Gregg Fritchle
AD 56– Eduardo Garcia*
AD 57– Ian Calderon*
AD 58– Cristina Garcia*
AD 59– Reggie Jones-Sawyer*
AD 62– Autumn Burke*
AD 63– Anthony Rendon*
AD 64– Mike Gipson*
AD 65– Sharon Quirk-Silva*
AD 66– Al Muratsuchi*
AD 70– Patrick O’Donnell*

*Incumbent

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Tony K. Thurmond

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

Office #1: Tom Hallinan

Office #3: Nancy Pearlman

LOS ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF

Alex Villanueva

LOS ANGELES COUNTY, JUDGE OF SUPERIOR COURT

Office 4 - A. Veronica Sauceda
Office 16 - Sydney Michel
Office 20 - Mary Ann Escalante or Wendy Segall
Office 60 - Holly L. Hancock
Office 63 - Malcolm H. Mackey
Office 67 - Onica Valle Cole
Office 71 - Danielle R.A. Gibbons
Office 113 - Javier Perez
Office 118 - David Diamond
Office 126 - Rene Caldwell Gilbertson
Office 146 - Armondo Duron

LOS ANGELES COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

District 1 – Hilda Solis*
District 3 – Sheila Kuehl*

STATEWIDE BALLOT MEASURES

PropositionPropositionRecommendationDescription

LBM

Proposition 68

Yes

Issues $4 billion in bonds for parks, environmental protection, and water infrastructure

LRCA

Proposition 69

Yes

Requires certain tax and fee revenue related to transportation be used for transportation purposes

LRCA

Proposition 70

No

Requires a one-time two-thirds vote to use revenue from the cap-and-trade program

LRCA

Proposition 71

Yes

Changes the date for when voter-approved ballot measures take effect

LRCA

Proposition 72

Yes

Excludes rainwater capture systems from property tax assessments