2018 General Election Endorsements – Central Labor Council

2018 Political Endorsements – Please vote November 6!

Link to Central labor Council Endorsements:   https://centralcoastlabor.org/2018-political-endorsements

Link to CFT on-line Voter Guide:   http://www.cft.yourvoter.guide/#/search

CCFT’s affiliates, CFT and the Central Labor Council endorse the following candidates for the 2018 general election:

San Luis Obispo County
Congressional District 24 – Salud Carbajal
CA Assembly District 35 – Bill Ostrander
Arroyo Grande Mayor – Caren Ray
Arroyo Grande City Council – Jimmy Paulding
Atascadero City Council – Susan Funk
Grover Beach Mayor – Jeff Lee
Grover Beach City Council – Mariam Shah
Morro Bay City Council – Dawn Addis
Paso Robles Mayor – Steve Martin
San Luis Obispo Mayor – Heidi Harmon
San Luis Obispo City Council – Carlyn Christianson
San Luis Obispo City Council – Erica Stewart

Statewide Measures
Proposition 1: Veterans and Affordable Housing Bond Act of 2018. Recommend: Vote YES
Proposition 2: No Place Like Home Act of 2018. Recommend: Vote YES
Proposition 3: Authorizes Bonds to Fund Projects for Water Supply, etc. Recommend: Vote YES
Proposition 4: Authorizes Bonds Funding Construction at Children’s Hospitals. No Recommendation
Proposition 5: Changes Requirements for Home Owners to Transfer Property Tax. Recommend: Vote NO
Proposition 6: Eliminates Road Repair and Transportation Funding. Recommend: Vote NO
Proposition 7: Daylight Savings Time. No Recommendation
Proposition 8: Authorizes Regulation of Dialysis Clinics. Limits Charges. Recommend: Vote YES
Proposition 9: Division of California Into Three States. (Blocked by Court) Recommend: Vote NO
Proposition 10: Expands Locals’ Authority to Enact Rent Control on Property. Recommend: Vote YES
Proposition 11:Requires Private Ambulance Workers to Remain On-Call During Breaks. Recommend: Vote NO
Proposition 12: Establishes New Standards for Confinement of Farm Animals. Recommend: Vote YES

State Constitutional Offices
Governor – Gavin Newsom
Lieutenant Governor – Ed Hernandez
Secretary of State – Alex Padilla
Attorney General – Xavier Becerra
Controller – Betty Yee
Treasurer – Fiona Ma
Insurance Commissioner – Ricardo Lara
Superintendent of Public Instruction – Tony Thurmond

United States Senate
Kevin de Leon

 

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