The Sac Bee/EMILY's List/Nancy Pelosi and Kamala Harris all endorse her. She seems highly qualified to tackle California's affordable housing and homelessness problems and out of the two candidates she's the only one who mentioned
I mentioned way back during the Primaries how much I love Alex Padilla. The sentiment hasn't changed. One thing that really won me over is that while running for his first term he promised to register more California voters
Fiona Ma in a lot of ways is ideal for State Treasurer. Based off of what she did with the Board of Equalization in 2014, the fact that she's a certified public accountant with master's degrees in Taxation and Business Administration
This guy's story of being born in America, raised in Tijuana and leaving Mexico to work in the fields of the US/literally pouring sweat into construction and railroad jobs and climbing the political ladder to his current
Look, forgiveness is important. People do change. While Poizner says he regrets his past stance that echoes the divisive anti-immigrant stances of the current GOP, we've heard this song and dance before.
I voted for Feinstein in the Primaries(full disclosure) but since then I have not been super pleased with her performance in the Kavanaugh saga. She's done a great job for a very long time but I feel like it's time for a new face.
Prop 1: Yes
Prop 2: Yes
Prop 3: NO *Shady alert* This one is disguised to look pro environment/drought smart but it's classic pay-to-play mercurynews.com/2018/09/19/edi…
Prop 4: Yes
Prop 5: Yes
Prop 6: NO *Voting 'yes' on this is short sighted. I hate high gas prices too but we need our roads to be in good shape.*
Prop 7: Yes - Because DST is stupid and the sooner we can do away with it the better if we ever get the chance.
Prop 8: YES *Shady alert* Why did the two largest dialysis companies spend $111 million trying to defeat this proposition? Could it be because this reels in their rampant unchecked profiting off of the sick? Always follow the money and the money in this situation is loud af!
Prop 9: Doesn't exist. Pat yourself on the back you're doing great.
Prop 10: No
Prop 11: NO *Shady alert* this is another one of those bass ackwards measure descriptions that makes you go... wtf am I voting for. When it comes to our EMTs - shouldn't we defer to them?
You know the people who work 12-24 hour shifts to save people's lives? I have yet to hear any person who works as an EMT say yes to this. Vote no to protect them from corporate abuse.
Prop 12: Yes *I guess I care more about animals than human convenience and bottom lines*