Ballot Recommendations for November 2010 Elections

Federal Offices

State Offices

COUNTY OFFICES

EDUCATIONAL DISTRICTS

  • Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District, Seat 1 -- Edwin Hiel --edwinhiel57@gmail.com
  • Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District, Seat 2 -- Debbie Justeson
  • Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District, Seat 5 -- Gregg Barr -- greg.barr@cox.net

  • Grossmont High School District -- Richard "Dick" Hoy, (Robert B. "Brian" Divine, Robert B. "Bob" Divine)
  • San Miguel Consolidated Fire Protection District -- Jim Custeau, (Jeffery Harrison)

Special Districts

  • Descanso Water District -- Lee Johnson
  • Grossmont Healthcare District -- Gloria Chadwick -- gloriachadwick@yahoo.com
  • Jacumba Community Service District -- Dale (Bob) Price
  • Jacumba Community Service District -- Joe Marshall
  • Lakeside Fire Protection District -- Susan Conniry -- susan@careforthefuture.org
  • Lakeside Fire Protection District -- Milton Cyphert -- milt@cyphertechmechanical.com
  • Otay Water District -- Chris Shilling -- cshilling22@gmail.com
  • Pine Valley Community Planning District -- Joe Moore -- moore28944@sbcglobal.net
  • Pine Valley Community Planning District -- Matt Rabasco
  • Spring Valley Community Planning District -- Willis Conley
  • Vallecitos Water District, Div. 2 -- Alan Brown -- alanbrown19@cox.net

State Propositions

  • Prop 19 - Yes (Legalize Marijuana use)
  • Prop 20 - Yes (Congressional districts by committee -- Rec. by Common Cause)
  • Prop 21 - Yes (Funding for State Parks from auto license fees)
  • Prop 22 - No
  • Prop 23 - No (Do not suspend pollution control law)
  • Prop 24 - Yes (ends $1.7 billion in special big multi-state corporate tax loopholes)
  • Prop 25 - Yes (simple majority vote to pass the budget but maintains 2/3 to increase taxes)
  • Prop 26 - No (State and local fees require 2/3 vote - protects big oil, tobacco, alcohol, etc.)
  • Prop 27 - No (Eliminates independent commission for redistricting. We just set that up!)

Local Propositions

  • Prop. A (County of San Diego): NO
  • Prop. B (City of San Diego): YES
  • Prop. C (City of San Diego): YES
  • Prop. D (City of San Diego): YES
  • Prop. J (San Diego Unified School Dist.): YES
  • Prop. L (Julian Union High School Dist.): YES
  • Prop. M (Dehesa School Dist.): YES

Judges

  1. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court - Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye NO. (She was Appointed by George Deukmejian)
  2. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - Ming W. Chin Yes
  3. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court- Carlos R. Moreno- YES- (Appointed by Bill Clinton to U. S. District Court)
  4. Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal District Four, Division One- Judith D. Mc Connell - YES - (Judge here is San Diego for 21 years)
  5. Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal, District Four Division Two -Manuel A Ramirez NO - (Appointed by George Deukmejian)
  6. Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, District Four, Division Two-Carol D. Codrington NO - (From Riverside County! and Appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger)
  7. Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal, District Four, Division Three - David G. Sills - NO - Appointed by George Deukmejian
  8. Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, District Four, Division Three- William W. Bedsworth - NO - Appointed by Governor Pete Wilson
  9. Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, District Four, Division Three - Eileen C. Moore - YES - Appointed By Governor Gray Davis.
  10. Judge of the Superior Court, Office # 20 -- Richard R. Monroy

-- Raymond Lutz - 2010-10-18
Topic revision: r4 - 2010-11-01, RaymondLutz - This page was cached on 2020-07-14 01:30:50.

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