|CALIFORNIA STATE PROPOSITIONS
Contact: Richard Rider, Chairman Phone: 858-530-3027
|30||No||Temporary taxes to fund education|
|31||Yes||Two year state budget|
|32||Yes||Prohibits political contributions by payroll deduction|
|33||Yes||Changes law to allow auto insurance companies to set prices|
|34||Position Not Taken||Death penalty repeal|
|35||Position Not Taken||Human trafficking penalties and sex offender registration|
|36||Yes||Three strikes law sentencing for repeat felony offenders|
|37||No||Genetically engineered foods mandatory labeling|
|38||No||Tax for education and early childhood programs|
|39||No||Increase tax treatment for multistate businesses|
|40||Position Not Taken||Redistricting of state senate districts|
|SAN DIEGO COUNTY REGION PROPOSITIONS|
|A||Yes||City of Carlsbad – charter amendment|
|B||Yes||City of Chula Vista – charter amendment|
|C||No||Cajon Valley Union School District – bonds|
|D||No||Dehesa School District – bonds|
|E||No||Chula Vista Elementary School District – bonds|
|F||No||City of Coronado – increase hotel tax|
|H||Yes||City of Del Mar – medical marijuana dispensaries|
|J||Position Not Taken||City of Del Mar – amend village specific plan|
|K||Position Not Taken||City of Encinitas – to elect a mayor and city council members|
|L||Position Not Taken||City of Encinitas – office of mayor to be two years|
|M||Position Not Taken||City of Encinitas – term of office of mayor to be four years|
|N||Position Not Taken||City of Escondido – amend general plan|
|P||Yes||City of Escondido – charter city proposal|
|R||No||Ramona Unified School District – bonds|
|S||Yes||City of Imperial Beach – medical marijuana dispensaries|
|T||Yes||City of Lemon Grove – medical marijuana dispensaries|
|U||No||City of Santee – increase hotel tax and broaden definition|
|V||No||Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District – bonds|
|W||Yes||City of Solana Beach – medical marijuana dispensaries|
|Y||No||South Bay Union School District – bonds|
|Z||No||San Diego Unified School District – bonds|
|AA||No||San Dieguito Union High School District – bonds|
|BB||Position Not Taken||Bonsall Union School District – unify school district with Fallbrook|
|CC||No||Del Mar Union School District – bonds|
|EE||No||MiraCosta Community College District – bonds|
|Carl DeMaio||Mayor of City of San Diego|
|Ray Ellis||City Council of San Diego District 1|
|Jerry Kern||Mayor of Oceanside|
|George Plescia||CA State Senate District 39|
|Scott Hasson||San Diego Community College District B|
San Diego Tax Fighters June Ballot Voter Recommendations
Contact: Richard Rider, Chairman
LOCAL PROPOSITIONS (with “!” for extra importance or emphasis)
- Proposition A – City of San Diego Fair & Open Competition Ordinance. Amends Municipal Code: YES!!
- Proposition B – City of San Diego Comprehensive Pension Reform Initiative. Amends City Charter: YES!!!
- Proposition C – City of Chula Vista Charter Amendment. Limit Authority, Compensation and Establish Term Limits for Elected City Attorney. Establish Office of Legislative Counsel: NO
- Proposition D – City of El Cajon Charter Adoption. Change from General Law to Charter City: YES!
- Proposition E – City of Oceanside Ordinance. Phase Out Mobile Home Park Rent Control: YES!
- Proposition F – City of Oceanside Charter Amendment. Numbered Council Seats: YES!
- Proposition G – Mt. Empire Unified School District $30.8 million School Bond Measure: NO
- Proposition H – Alpine Union School District $12 million School Bond Measure: NO!
- Proposition 28 – Limits on Legislator’s Terms in Office. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.: NO POSITION
- Proposition 29 – Imposes Additional Tax on Cigarettes for Cancer Research. Initiative Statute.: NO!
Mayor Carl DeMaio
District 1 Ray Ellis
District 7 Scott Sherman
District 5 Mark Kersey
District 39 — George Plescia
District 77 — Dustin Steiner
SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE
District B Scott Hasson
SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
District A Mark Powell
Mayor Jerry Kern
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