Voter recommendations 2018

Y’all have been bugging me about a voter recommendation list.  Obviously voting the straight Republican ticket is hard when both candidates for any given office are Donks, so in that case don’t vote for either one of them.  Harder are the “non-partisan” offices when there is no clarifying capital letter after the candidate’s name.  So after much consultation and some discussion, here we go.

STATE
Governor – JOHN H. COX
Lieutenant Governor – NOT VOTING
Secretary of State – MARK P. MEUSER
Controller – KONSTANTINOS RODITIS
Treasurer – GREG COLON
Attorney General – STEVEN C. BAILEY
Insurance Commissioner – STEVE POIZNER
Member State Board of Equalization, 3rd District – G. RICK MARSHALL
US Senator – NOT VOTING
US Representative – JOHNNY NALBANDIAN
State Senator – RUDY MELENDEZ
Member of State Assembly – ROXANNE BECKFORD HOGE
NONPARTISAN OFFICES
JUDICIAL
Supreme Court Justice (YES/NO)
Carol A. Corrigan – YES
Leondra R. Kruger – NO
Court of Appeal Justice (YES/NO)
Victoria G. Chaney- YES
Helen Bendix- YES
Elwood Lui- YES
Victoria M. Chavez- NO
Luis A. Lavin- NO
Halim Dhanidina- NO
Anne E. Egerton- NO
Nora M. Manella-YES
Thomas Willhite- YES
Dorothy C. Kim- NO
Carl H. Moor- NO
Lamar W. Baker- NO
Arthur Gilbert- NO
Martin J. Tangeman- NO
Gail R. Feuer- NO
John L. Segal- NO
Tricia A. Bigelow – YES
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT
Office No 4 – ALFRED A. COLETTA
Office No 16 – SYDNE JANE MICHEL
Office No 60 – TONY J. CHO
Office No 113 – NOT VOTING
SCHOOL
Superintendent of Public Instruction – NOT VOTING
COUNTY
Assessor- JOHN “LOWER TAXES” LOEW
Sheriff- JIM MCDONNELL
STATE MEASURES
Prop 1 – NO
Prop 2 – YES
Prop 3 – YES
Prop 4 – NO
Prop 5- YES
Prop 6- YES
Prop 7 – NO
Prop 8- NO
Prop 10 – NO
Prop 11 – YES
Prop 12 – YES!!!
COUNTY MEASURE
Measure W – NO

City measures become more granular than I can work with here.  I invite y’all to express your opinions on the various city issues in the comments section below.  Same goes for disagreements with what I’ve posted above, that’s what the comments section is for.

Meanwhile we have another meeting of the Republican Club of the Foothills coming up.

When: Friday October 26th, 2018
Doors open at 7:00 p.m.

Where: Community Center of La Canada Flintridge
4469 Chevy Chase Drive, La Canada, 91011
In the arts and crafts room behind the fireplace room

Light refreshments will be provided

Cost: $5 / person at the door

Website: http://www.rcotf.info email: rcfoothills@gmail.com

Recommended long read: Fabulous thoughtful article by Andrew Codevilla, always worth reading.

And, this, because it just too good not to share.

 

 

6 thoughts on “Voter recommendations 2018

    • Thank you for you help! I was really wondering about the judges of the appellate courts. I had quite a few ‘nos’ and several were your ‘yes’, so since I’m banding together with other Republicans to make our vote count, I changed them. I used to be Democratic and one of the ones to blame for this whole mess in our Country. I am truly sorry. I am correcting my mistake and imploring others to do the same before this Country and its inhabitants vote themselves right into the hands of a very corrupt government. The American children deserve to be constitutionally-protected and free. We can’t leave these kids to socialism and hate mongers…that’s NO legacy.

      • Tears plus contrition are the currency that buys wisdom. Better to learn it from the sorrows of others, but good none the less to learn it first hand. Pray for those who have not yet done so.

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