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armandolo
10-12-2009, 10:08 AM
Get their names for next election. I too fed up by our politicians. If you are too, check your district and remember their names. Do not blindly vote for the incumbent, thinking they are doing a good job.

ASSEMBLY

Tom Ammiano (D) - 13th District.

James T. Beall (D) - 24th District. includes the cities of Campbell and Saratoga and parts of the cities of Santa Clara, San Jose, Cupertino, and Los Gatos.

Marty Block (D) - 78th District. includes southern San Diego,
Chula Vista, Lemon Grove and Spring Valley.

Bob Blumenfield(D) - 40th District. encompassing the San Fernando Valley and parts of Los Angeles.

Steven Bradford (D) - 51th District. encompassing Alondra Park,
Del Aire, Gardena, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Lawndale, Lennox, West Athens, and West Compton, and parts of Ladera Heights, Los Angeles, View Park-Windsor Hills, and Willowbrook.

Julia Brownley (D) - 41th District. Ventura County (Channel Islands Beach, Oak Park, 47.09% of Oxnard, and Port Hueneme) and 3.09% of Los Angeles County (including Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Malibu, Santa Monica, Westlake Village, and the south-west of the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles

Joan Buchanan (D) - 15th District. includes areas of Contra Costa, Alameda, Sacramento and San Joaquin Counties

Charles Calderon (D)- 58th District. cities of Montebello, Pico Rivera, Hacienda Heights Rowland Heights, South San Gabriel, South San Jose Hills, Valinda and portions of City of Industry, Downey, La Mirada, Whittier and East Los Angeles.

Wilmer Amina Carter (D) - 62nd District. urban areas of San Bernardino County in the Inland Empire of California.

Joe Coto (D) - 23rd District. consists of 25.16% of Santa Clara County, including Alum Rock, East Foothills, Seven Trees, Sunol-Midtown and 44.4% of San Jose.

Mike Davis (D)- 48th District. includes Arlington Park, Athens, Chesterfield Square, King Estates, Koreatown, Lafayette Square, Magnolia Square, North University Park, University Park, Vermont Knolls, West Adams, West Park Terrace and Wilshire Center.

Hector De La Torre (D) - 50th District. cities of Bell, Bellflower, Bell Gardens, Commerce, Cudahy, Downey, Lynwood, South Gate, and the unincorporated communities of Florence-Graham and Walnut Park.

Kevin De Leon (D) - 45th District. East Hollywood, Echo Park, Elysian Valley, Mt. Washington, Lincoln Heights, and portions of Los Angeles.

Mike Eng (D) - 49th District

Noreen Evans (D) - 7th district

Mike Feuer (D) - 42nd district. Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, and part of Los Angeles

Paul Fong (D) - 22nd district. includes the cities of Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Cupertino and portions of Santa Clara and San Jose which are all located in Santa Clara County

Warren Furutani (D) - 55th district

Mary Hayashi (D) - 18th District. San Leandro, Hayward, Dublin and the unincorporated areas of Ashland, Cherryland, and San Lorenzo. She also represents most of Castro Valley, Pleasanton and a portion of Oakland.

Edward Hernandez (D) - 57th District. cities of Azusa Baldwin Park Covina, La Puente, and West Covina.

Jerry Hill (D) - 19th district. includes the cities of San Mateo, Burlingame, Brisbane, Daly City, Foster City, Millbrae, San Bruno, South San Francisco, Half Moon Bay, Pacifica, and Belmont.

Jared Huffman (D) - 6th district. includes all of Marin and southern Sonoma counties.

Dave Jones (D) - 9th district. 34.61% of Sacramento County including 90.54% of the city of Sacramento, 0.15% of Arden-Arcade, 66.07% of Florin, and all of Parkway-South Sacramento.

Paul Krekorian (D) - 43rd district. includes Atwater Village, Burbank, Glendale, Los Feliz, North Hollywood, Silver Lake, Toluca Lake, Valley Glen, and Valley Village.

Ted Lieu (D) Running for AG - 53rd District.

Bonnie Lowenthal (D) - 54th District. Represents Avalon, Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, San Pedro, Signal Hill and over half of the city of Long Beach

Fiona Ma (D) - 12th district. 45.49% of San Francisco and 9.91% of San Mateo County including the cities of Broadmoor, Colma, and 61.48% of Daly City.

Tony Mendoza (D) - 56th District. cities of Artesia, Cerritos, Hawaiian Gardens, Norwalk, Buena Park, Santa Fe Springs, South Whittier and parts of Lakewood and Whittier.

Bill Monning (D) - 27th district

Pedro Nava (D) AG Candidate - 35th District.

John A. Pérez (D) - 46th district. includes the Los Angeles neighborhoods of Boyle Heights, Little Tokyo, Westlake, Vernon and part of South Los Angeles.

Anthony Portantino (D) - 44th district

Ira Ruskin (D) - 21st District. includes Redwood City, Atherton, Menlo Park, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Los Gatos, Los Altos Hills and the Almaden Valley neighborhood of San Jose.

Mary Salas (D) - 79th district. includes the communities of National City, Coronado, Imperial Beach and parts of Chula Vista and San Diego.

Lori Saldana (D) - 76th district. central San Diego.

Nancy Skinner (D) - 14th district. Alameda & Contra costa counties Solorio

Sandré Swanson (D) - 16th district. includes the cities of Alameda, Oakland, and Piedmont

Tom Torlakson (D) - 11th District. covers a north section of Contra Costa County.

Norma Torres (D) - 61st district. includes the cities of Pomona, Montclair, Ontario, and Chino

Alberto Torrico (D) - 20th District. includes Fremont, Newark, Union City and Milpitas among other cities in the East Bay.

Mariko Yamada (D) - 8th district. 67.46% of Solano County (Benicia, Dixon, Elmira, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City, and Vacaville), and 93.23% of Yolo County (Davis, West Sacramento, Winters, and Woodland).

Karen Bass - 47th district. cities and communities of Culver City, West Los Angeles, Westwood, Cheviot Hills, Leimert Park, Baldwin Hills, View Park-Windsor Hills, Ladera Heights, the Crenshaw District, Little Ethiopia and portions of Koreatown and South Los Angeles.

SENATE
Elaine Alquist (D) - 13th Senate District
Ronald Calderon (D) - 30th Senate District
Gilbert Cedillo (D) - 22nd district
Ellen Corbett (D) - 10th District
Mark DeSaulnier (D) - 7th State district
Dean Florez (D) - 16th District
Loni Hancock (D) - 9th district
Christine Kehoe (D) - 39th district
Mark Leno (D) - 3rd district
Carol Liu (D) - 21st District
Alan Lowenthal (D) - 27th District
Jennifer Oropeza (D) - 28th district
Alejandro Padilla (D) - 20th district
Fran Pavley (D) - 23rd district
Curren Price (D) - 26th Senate District
Gloria Romero (D) - 24th district
Saren Simitian (D) - 11th Senate District.
Darrell Steinberg (D) - 6th District
Patricia Wiggins (D) - 2nd district
Lois Wolk (D) - 5th district
Leland Yee (D) - 8th district

BigDogatPlay
10-12-2009, 10:10 AM
Some of these will be term limited out, so their perfidy needs to be remembered when they try to sidestep into another office at election time.

POLICESTATE
10-12-2009, 10:13 AM
Don't need a list, simply look for the "incumbent" next to the names on your ballot, make sure you vote for someone else. Preferably someone who is not in either the democratic or republican parties.

Humboldt
10-12-2009, 10:15 AM
All democrats

armandolo
10-12-2009, 10:19 AM
There were however couple of democrats that were against AB962. So there are several Pro Gun Democrats. here is the list.

Assembly
Cathleen Galgiani (D) - 17th Assembly District
Isadore Hall (D) - 52nd district
Alyson Huber (D) - 10th District
Manuel Perez (D) - 80th district


Senate
Lou Correa (D) - 34th District
Denise Ducheny (D) - 40th District
Gloria Negrete McLeod (D) - 32nd District
Rod Wright (D) - 25th district


Don't need a list, simply look for the "incumbent" next to the names on your ballot, make sure you vote for someone else. Preferably someone who is not in either the democratic or republican parties.

piglith
10-12-2009, 10:19 AM
All Democrats, Maybe it has something to do with why we are were we are today. Been this way for some years.

Gator Monroe
10-12-2009, 10:19 AM
All democrats

Carefull ,you may be called stupid or thrown to the curb for pointing this out .

POLICESTATE
10-12-2009, 10:22 AM
Here is the list of who is NOT getting my vote in 2010:
Incumbents
Democrats
Republicans

Most of my votes will go to Libertarians, and where one is unavailable a different independent who I will have to research.


There were however couple of democrats that were against AB962. So there are several Pro Gun Democrats. here is the list.

Assembly
Cathleen Galgiani (D) - 17th Assembly District
Isadore Hall (D) - 52nd district
Alyson Huber (D) - 10th District
Manuel Perez (D) - 80th district


Senate
Lou Correa (D) - 34th District
Denise Ducheny (D) - 40th District
Gloria Negrete McLeod (D) - 32nd District
Rod Wright (D) - 25th district

BHPFan
10-12-2009, 10:23 AM
Let's vote their asses out of office.

Get their names for next election. I too fed up by our politicians. If you are too, check your district and remember their names. Do not blindly vote for the incumbent, thinking they are doing a good job.

ASSEMBLY

Tom Ammiano (D) - 13th District.

James T. Beall (D) - 24th District. includes the cities of Campbell and Saratoga and parts of the cities of Santa Clara, San Jose, Cupertino, and Los Gatos.

Marty Block (D) - 78th District. includes southern San Diego,
Chula Vista, Lemon Grove and Spring Valley.

Bob Blumenfield(D) - 40th District. encompassing the San Fernando Valley and parts of Los Angeles.

Steven Bradford (D) - 51th District. encompassing Alondra Park,
Del Aire, Gardena, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Lawndale, Lennox, West Athens, and West Compton, and parts of Ladera Heights, Los Angeles, View Park-Windsor Hills, and Willowbrook.

Julia Brownley (D) - 41th District. Ventura County (Channel Islands Beach, Oak Park, 47.09% of Oxnard, and Port Hueneme) and 3.09% of Los Angeles County (including Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Malibu, Santa Monica, Westlake Village, and the south-west of the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles

Joan Buchanan (D) - 15th District. includes areas of Contra Costa, Alameda, Sacramento and San Joaquin Counties

Charles Calderon (D)- 58th District. cities of Montebello, Pico Rivera, Hacienda Heights Rowland Heights, South San Gabriel, South San Jose Hills, Valinda and portions of City of Industry, Downey, La Mirada, Whittier and East Los Angeles.

Wilmer Amina Carter (D) - 62nd District. urban areas of San Bernardino County in the Inland Empire of California.

Joe Coto (D) - 23rd District. consists of 25.16% of Santa Clara County, including Alum Rock, East Foothills, Seven Trees, Sunol-Midtown and 44.4% of San Jose.

Mike Davis (D)- 48th District. includes Arlington Park, Athens, Chesterfield Square, King Estates, Koreatown, Lafayette Square, Magnolia Square, North University Park, University Park, Vermont Knolls, West Adams, West Park Terrace and Wilshire Center.

Hector De La Torre (D) - 50th District. cities of Bell, Bellflower, Bell Gardens, Commerce, Cudahy, Downey, Lynwood, South Gate, and the unincorporated communities of Florence-Graham and Walnut Park.

Kevin De Leon (D) - 45th District. East Hollywood, Echo Park, Elysian Valley, Mt. Washington, Lincoln Heights, and portions of Los Angeles.

Mike Eng (D) - 49th District

Noreen Evans (D) - 7th district

Mike Feuer (D) - 42nd district. Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, and part of Los Angeles

Paul Fong (D) - 22nd district. includes the cities of Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Cupertino and portions of Santa Clara and San Jose which are all located in Santa Clara County

Warren Furutani (D) - 55th district

Mary Hayashi (D) - 18th District. San Leandro, Hayward, Dublin and the unincorporated areas of Ashland, Cherryland, and San Lorenzo. She also represents most of Castro Valley, Pleasanton and a portion of Oakland.

Edward Hernandez (D) - 57th District. cities of Azusa Baldwin Park Covina, La Puente, and West Covina.

Jerry Hill (D) - 19th district. includes the cities of San Mateo, Burlingame, Brisbane, Daly City, Foster City, Millbrae, San Bruno, South San Francisco, Half Moon Bay, Pacifica, and Belmont.

Jared Huffman (D) - 6th district. includes all of Marin and southern Sonoma counties.

Dave Jones (D) - 9th district. 34.61% of Sacramento County including 90.54% of the city of Sacramento, 0.15% of Arden-Arcade, 66.07% of Florin, and all of Parkway-South Sacramento.

Paul Krekorian (D) - 43rd district. includes Atwater Village, Burbank, Glendale, Los Feliz, North Hollywood, Silver Lake, Toluca Lake, Valley Glen, and Valley Village.

Ted Lieu (D) Running for AG - 53rd District.

Bonnie Lowenthal (D) - 54th District. Represents Avalon, Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, San Pedro, Signal Hill and over half of the city of Long Beach

Fiona Ma (D) - 12th district. 45.49% of San Francisco and 9.91% of San Mateo County including the cities of Broadmoor, Colma, and 61.48% of Daly City.

Tony Mendoza (D) - 56th District. cities of Artesia, Cerritos, Hawaiian Gardens, Norwalk, Buena Park, Santa Fe Springs, South Whittier and parts of Lakewood and Whittier.

Bill Monning (D) - 27th district

Pedro Nava (D) AG Candidate - 35th District.

John A. Pérez (D) - 46th district. includes the Los Angeles neighborhoods of Boyle Heights, Little Tokyo, Westlake, Vernon and part of South Los Angeles.

Anthony Portantino (D) - 44th district

Ira Ruskin (D) - 21st District. includes Redwood City, Atherton, Menlo Park, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Los Gatos, Los Altos Hills and the Almaden Valley neighborhood of San Jose.

Mary Salas (D) - 79th district. includes the communities of National City, Coronado, Imperial Beach and parts of Chula Vista and San Diego.

Lori Saldana (D) - 76th district. central San Diego.

Nancy Skinner (D) - 14th district. Alameda & Contra costa counties Solorio

Sandré Swanson (D) - 16th district. includes the cities of Alameda, Oakland, and Piedmont

Tom Torlakson (D) - 11th District. covers a north section of Contra Costa County.

Norma Torres (D) - 61st district. includes the cities of Pomona, Montclair, Ontario, and Chino

Alberto Torrico (D) - 20th District. includes Fremont, Newark, Union City and Milpitas among other cities in the East Bay.

Mariko Yamada (D) - 8th district. 67.46% of Solano County (Benicia, Dixon, Elmira, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City, and Vacaville), and 93.23% of Yolo County (Davis, West Sacramento, Winters, and Woodland).

Karen Bass - 47th district. cities and communities of Culver City, West Los Angeles, Westwood, Cheviot Hills, Leimert Park, Baldwin Hills, View Park-Windsor Hills, Ladera Heights, the Crenshaw District, Little Ethiopia and portions of Koreatown and South Los Angeles.

SENATE
Elaine Alquist (D) - 13th Senate District
Ronald Calderon (D) - 30th Senate District
Gilbert Cedillo (D) - 22nd district
Ellen Corbett (D) - 10th District
Mark DeSaulnier (D) - 7th State district
Dean Florez (D) - 16th District
Loni Hancock (D) - 9th district
Christine Kehoe (D) - 39th district
Mark Leno (D) - 3rd district
Carol Liu (D) - 21st District
Alan Lowenthal (D) - 27th District
Jennifer Oropeza (D) - 28th district
Alejandro Padilla (D) - 20th district
Fran Pavley (D) - 23rd district
Curren Price (D) - 26th Senate District
Gloria Romero (D) - 24th district
Saren Simitian (D) - 11th Senate District.
Darrell Steinberg (D) - 6th District
Patricia Wiggins (D) - 2nd district
Lois Wolk (D) - 5th district
Leland Yee (D) - 8th district

Gator Monroe
10-12-2009, 10:25 AM
Let's vote their asses out of office.

And vote in another batch of Democrats ? no thanx...

Spodeley
10-12-2009, 10:35 AM
Arnold should have vetoed it Simply on account of Ammiano's pathetic and rude outburst at the President's Cup dinner/thing last week. What a *****.

gbp
10-12-2009, 11:58 AM
Carefull ,you may be called stupid or thrown to the curb for pointing this out .

or "Thanks for voting anit gun"
LOL

6172crew
10-18-2009, 8:25 AM
None of mine voted for it. Even Alyson Huber (D) - 10th District voted against it.:)

microwaveguy
10-18-2009, 11:06 AM
And vote in another batch of Democrats ? no thanx...

....... and this is why we NEED to find and support candidates that are not anti second amendment and have a reasonable chance of getting elected. Unfortunately this is California and there are a lot of voters that just blindly vote democratic and really don't care other than "their" guy got elected.

So ...... Sigh ........ we need to find pro second amendment democratic candidates that we can support. If a republican tries this he / she would be immediately labeled a "right_wing_gun_nut" and the whole thing is doomed from the start. :(

PonchoTA
10-18-2009, 1:51 PM
None of mine voted for it. Even Alyson Huber (D) - 10th District voted against it.:)

Well then, write her, thank her (positive reinforcement), and state your positions that if she votes similarly, you will continue to support her on.

:thumbsup:

.

CalNRA
10-18-2009, 1:59 PM
Don't need a list, simply look for the "incumbent" next to the names on your ballot, make sure you vote for someone else.

great, so we can also vote out the pro-gun legislators who have been our friends (from both parties) and replace with noobs of unknown quantity.

That sounds just super.

Maybe one day you will look more at individual legislators' merit and voting record before you vote.

mquejr
10-18-2009, 2:04 PM
Well then, write her, thank her (positive reinforcement), and state your positions that if she votes similarly, you will continue to support her on.

:thumbsup:

.

Good point! :thumbsup:

dwh100
10-18-2009, 2:07 PM
Don't need a list, simply look for the "incumbent" next to the names on your ballot, make sure you vote for someone else. Preferably someone who is not in either the democratic or republican parties.
FAIL!

I voted for the Dem. Rod Wright in the 25th Senate District in part based on his pro 2A stance and he voted against AB962! Be careful when making blanket statements! As there are some elcted folks out there who aren't afraid to go against the status quo insane grain.
Be part of the solution not part of the problem!

obeygiant
10-18-2009, 2:58 PM
Carefull ,you may be called stupid or thrown to the curb for pointing this out .

:nopity: This is about fighting for our RKBA and we need the support of all parties. The endless in-fighting and bickering only goes to serve the agenda of those that would strip of us our RKBA.

ErikTheRed
10-18-2009, 8:25 PM
FAIL!

I voted for the Dem. Rod Wright in the 25th Senate District in part based on his pro 2A stance and he voted against AB962! Be careful when making blanket statements! As there are some elcted folks out there who aren't afraid to go against the status quo insane grain.
Be part of the solution not part of the problem!

Well thats nice and all, but as a "blanket" general rule, Democrats are NOT pro-2A. In fact, they are generally against anything and everything that is Constitutional, moral, decent, and logical. Because of this fact, I do not vote for Democrats. Neither should you, if you give a damn about this state or the country. 1 Democrat out of 50 is not the sort of ratio that discourages me from making blanket statements. Its kinda like making a claim that not "all" crocodiles would feast on your meaty legs if you jumped into a shallow muddy pool full of 50 them--- there may one or two in there that isn't hungry at the moment. But as a general rule I'll avoid the situation..... the odds are seriously stacked against me.

Midian
10-18-2009, 9:50 PM
Don't need a list, simply look for the "incumbent" next to the names on your ballot, make sure you vote for someone else. Preferably someone who is not in either the democratic or republican parties.

We have a winner!

CABilly
10-19-2009, 2:17 AM
All Democrats, Maybe it has something to do with why we are were we are today. Been this way for some years.

Party lines are the way to vote. Thank goodness we have a Republican governor willing to stand up to the madness.


On the other hand, I'm going to one-up this thread and write/snail mail a letter to my representatives in the Assembly and Senate who voted for 962 and tell them exactly why I'll be giving my vote to an opponent of theirs.

dwh100
10-19-2009, 6:24 AM
Well thats nice and all, but as a "blanket" general rule, Democrats are NOT pro-2A. In fact, they are generally against anything and everything that is Constitutional, moral, decent, and logical. Because of this fact, I do not vote for Democrats. Neither should you, if you give a damn about this state or the country. 1 Democrat out of 50 is not the sort of ratio that discourages me from making blanket statements. Its kinda like making a claim that not "all" crocodiles would feast on your meaty legs if you jumped into a shallow muddy pool full of 50 them--- there may one or two in there that isn't hungry at the moment. But as a general rule I'll avoid the situation..... the odds are seriously stacked against me.

If I gave a damn... I'd pay attention to the candidates policies and vote my concsience. Never understood those who promote throwing the state out with the bath water in the name of a single party! We need to clean this state of bad legislators, but those who are on our side should stay- Dem. or Rep.!
Just my $0.02

Reloaderx2
10-19-2009, 6:52 AM
Also. Interesting enough LA Sheriff Lee Baca (R) was one of the few top police officials that was pro-962. I am not that supprised as he is close to Orange County appointed Sheriff Hutchens who is an anti-gunner. She is also an alledged republican.

NovaTodd
10-19-2009, 8:03 PM
If I gave a damn... I'd pay attention to the candidates policies and vote my concsience. Never understood those who promote throwing the state out with the bath water in the name of a single party! We need to clean this state of bad legislators, but those who are on our side should stay- Dem. or Rep.!
Just my $0.02

This makes the most sense to me. Just need to clarify their stance on the issues and not let them sidestep the issue.
Fortunately, both of my congress members voted against AB962. As such, I will support them further.
Stop and think about it before issueing blanket statements.
My 2 cents.

Aptos
10-20-2009, 9:00 AM
That's not all the senators/ assemblymen, some did not even vote.

MolonLabe2008
10-20-2009, 9:37 AM
HELP!!!! I'm blinded by D's.

MolonLabe2008
10-20-2009, 9:38 AM
All democrats

Shhhhhhh. It's a secret. Don't tell anybody.