Thursday, October 11, 2018

November ballot: Propositions and Measures - Democrats meeting, Saturday October 20, 2018

Image result for Election CA state and local pictureThis months meeting of the Pacifica-Daly City Democrats Club is on Saturday, October 20th.   The Club will present a Midterm Elections Program to discuss the qualified Statewide Propositions on the November ballot, including pro and con arguments and the financial backing underlying each position (as in, follow the money).
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Ballot measures, with delicious
breakfast: ready to vote.

JUHSD Trustees Andrew Lie and Kalimah Salahuddin have agreed to speak about Jefferson Union High School District Measure Y and Pacifica City Council member Mike ONeill will discuss San Mateo County Transit District Sales Tax Measure W. The Club has invited the four candidates vying for two vacant San Mateo County Harbor District Commissioner positions to tell us about the SMC Harbor District and their respective qualifications.

The meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the rear banquet room at the Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant.  A full breakfast is available at $12, a continental breakfast at $6 or just coffee for $3, although no purchase is necessary. This meeting is open to the general public. You need not be a member of the Club to attend, although we welcome your membership. 

Submitted by Connie Menefee, President of the Pacifica-Daly City Democrats Club

Reference, CA Election, 11/6/18.  Qualified Statewide Measures.  Alex Padilla/CA Secretary of State, qualified ballot measures: Propositions 1 - 12.  Ballotpedia, includes links to the propositions, descriptions, propositions removed, campaigns withdrawn, campaign contribution summaries, political party positions. San Mateo County, general election information links.  San Mateo County Clerk-Recorder & Elections, and Smart Voter.. Endorsements: League of  Women Voters of CA (note no endorsement of Proposition 8), San Mateo County Democrats.

Note the cover of the CA General Election guide is from League of Women Voters' of Palo Alto, pdf pages 96.  I voted buttons from KPBS/Claire Trageser, 5/18/18,"What elections have local candidates missed?"

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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