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Old 02-19-2020, 5:06 PM
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is there a voter guide for us here on CGN?

2020 Mar. 3 Ballot
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Donald J. Trump....that is for the Patriots that are registered Republican.

For Dems/Libs/UnionMinions, take your pick amongst any of the losers 'cause it won't matter after the Primary...or hope HRC jumps back on and watch her flame out for her third strike.
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I thought we were voting for Bernie in the Primary.
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Every Trump supporter should vote for Sanders in the primary.
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I don't know what you have up north, but down south I know San Diego County Gun Owners puts out a comprehensive list of everyone they support at all levels, county, city, etc., for the election, at least on 2A issues. I hope you can find something like that for your area. Maybe contact your Republican city/county office?
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https://crpa.org/programs/campaigns-...s/voter-guide/
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https://www.craighuey.com/la_voter_guide_


For measures and propositions: https://kfiam640.iheart.com/content/...-2020-primary/

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Elected officials in this state are a lost cause. Unfortunately many people in this state vote Dem no matter what. What we need to do is vote NO on any bond measure or tax increase. They make the measures sound great, “feed hungry school children, improve our schools, fix our roads, fix our dams and reservoirs, etc....”. Once they collect the money they don’t do what was promised and there’s no accounting of where the money went. Look at what’s happened to the original gas tax. They put it into the states general fund and they still haven’t disclosed on what it was spent on....but it wasn’t the roads. Since that money is not going where it’s supposed to, they charge us a second gas tax.....and the roads are still in terrible shape. Gas tax 3 anyone?
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I'm in Pasadena:


Pasadena mayor: Terry Tornek
District 4 city council: Gene Masuda
Community college district board: James Osterling
Senate District 25th: Uncontested dem
State assembly 41st district: Robin Hvidston (R)
US Rep 27th district: Beatrice Cardenas (R)
County supervisor 5th district: Kathryn Barger
District Attorney: Jackie Lacey
Judge superior court no. 17: uncontested
Judge superior court no. 42: Robert Villa
Judge superior court no. 72: Steve Morgan
Judge superior court no. 76: Emily Cole
Judge superior court no. 80: Nick Rini
Judge superior court no. 97: Timothy Reuben
Judge superior court no 129: Mark MacCarley
Judge superior court no. 131: uncontested
Judge superior court no. 141: uncontested
Judge superior court no. 145:Troy Slaten
Judge superior court no. 150: Manuel Almada
Judge superior court no. 162: David Diamond

County measure R: no
From John & Ken: You might think it sounds like a good idea right? After all, giving more investigative powers for a civilian commission looking at the LA County Sheriff's Department and Jails is something that's badly needed. However, buried in the measure is a requirement that the commission reduce the county's jail population. That's a NO NO poison pill.


State measure 13: no
CA supposedly has a surplus. Why are they borrowing? No to debt.



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I hope EVERYONE here uses the CRPA Voter Guide:

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Prop 13 will also raise property tax but they are not directly saying it
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Prop 13 will also raise property tax but they are not directly saying it
It will double if not triple them.
Vote No!!!
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It will double if not triple them.
Vote No!!!
State politicians are running out of funding sources so they are again trying to raise property taxes. Unfortunately, many people in this state are stupid and will vote for something just because it’s backed by their political party. For many years California politicians have been looking for ways to repeal the original Prop 13, but have been scared to do so because of the backlash. So little by little they have been raising property taxes yearly and by passing bond measures. This is just their next step.
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Prop 13 will also raise property tax but they are not directly saying it
It does so by raising the debt limit for schools by nearly double. We already have local school district bonds on our property tax bill, and I have no doubt that they’ll be back for more when their debt limit is raised.
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No on prop 13 but you know that everyone involved with the schools will be voting Yes.
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Any recommendation for Los Angeles County Supervisor, 5th district?
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https://crpa.org/programs/campaigns-...s/voter-guide/


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This is good... but I already knew for whom I should vote within that guide and it matched up as I would expect.

What I could really use is a guide to the judges that tracks their history on gun-related issues, both those of how they sit addressing violent crimes with guns, and those where a gun was involved in some superficial infraction but not turned into a "big crime" due to paranoia of firearm features or mere ownership.

I saw these, but they don't really address specific issues, which while a judge is supposed to be impartial/non-biased, the reality is that in CA they don't keep that in mind.

https://judgevoterguide.com/

http://therobingroom.com/Default.aspx

So some people may merely vote by name or ??? "He sounds like a Democrat: or "He sounds like he supports Illegal Aliens".

I would hate to see someone vote for Judge Franklin Buford Winchester II over Judge Roger Benitez merely because one sounds more 2nd Amendment friendly than the other, and get it way wrong when finding out Judge Winchester is a gun-grabbing dick and Judge Benitez is just... amazing.

CRPA having a really good guide on judges' case history where firearms are concerned (and other issues of course... I guess) would be a better tool right now than those noted for most legislators, considering our choices in many districts are between an Anti-2nd Amendment Democrat and an Anit-2nd Amendment Democrat.
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Prop 13 will also raise property tax but they are not directly saying it
And do you think their calling it State Measure 13 was a mistake?

Of course not... they're banking on the association. The idea that some percentage of voters will hear "something 13' and vote for it thinking it's about reiterating Prop 13.

That crap is timed, planned, and coerced intentionally.

Still pissed off on how they pitched/labeled Prop 63 in the voting guides as: "Firearms: Yada Yada, Yada - "Requires Background Checks" .... and then listed the rest of it, knowing many people wouldn't get past those first 3 words not realizing California already had unanimous background checks and vote yes, because the hot topic in the national news at that time was calling for 50-state wide universal background checks.

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What compelling interest has any level of government in knowing what guns are owned by civilians? (Those owned by government should be inventoried and tracked, for exactly the same reasons computers and desks and chairs are tracked: responsible care of public property.)

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It will double if not triple them.
Vote No!!!
This one isn't for the property taxes. There is the split role that is coming in November. And when the idiots in this state approve they'll get pissed off as to why their rent went up.

After that they will go after homes. Yeah Newsom said that isn't on the table. Yeah I call BS on that one. When if that happens property taxes will skyrocket.

Businesses are under the knife this fall think businesses aren't leaving California enough when they get their next tax bill they will probably leave shortly after.
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No on prop 13 but you know that everyone involved with the schools will be voting Yes.
The teachers union bankrolled this mess. I bet every single one them will vote yes and the idiots who think they'll stick it to the rich landlord will also vote yes and when the rent goes up. Well you idiots you voted for it. Not you personally.
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The teachers union bankrolled this mess. I bet every single one them will vote yes and the idiots who think they'll stick it to the rich landlord will also vote yes and when the rent goes up. Well you idiots you voted for it. Not you personally.
Glad it died a big NO by more than 500,000 votes; it was the one thing on this election that really drove me to the polls - since any of my other choices for anything else only offered choices between "sucks balls" and "licks balls".
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