Ready to vote? 7am-8pm! June 8, 2010! Do it! Don't forget!
If you need help just read through this little guide by Riot.
This guide is endorsed by no one so you know it is good.
Proposition Rule Of Thumbs:
* When in doubt vote NO.
* Bonds = taxes. Not always a bad thing, but think it out.
Peeps: Well, most depend on your party affiliation. So, good luck.
School: Rule of thumb: Vote for a teacher without any high ranking positions under belt.
County Supervisor: Don Saylor, the one who supported Covell Village, Target, and other crappy plans for Davis is making a run at County Supervisor. My only thought is to write-in Rob Roy although he might be in South Korea. This may, however, bring him back home.
Davis City Council: (Vote for 2)
Yolo Dems say to look out for Rochelle Swanson because she's a stealth Republicon. They also endorse Don Saylor for County Supervisor so you can't always go with what they say.
We need more Lamar Heysteks! Anyway...
Of interesting note (if I could pick 3):
- Jon Li wants to run Davis using the "Viable Systems Model". I don't know if running an experiment like that is good or not, but it is of an interesting note. If any of the candidates leave a bad taste in your mouth you might consider voting for Jon Li. Read more: http://daviswiki.org/Jon_Li
13: No (Could screw our local taxes.)
14: No (This would jeopardize third party participation in elections. As if it isn't bad enough.)
15: Yes (Sets up public funding using fees on lobbyists. Note: This could backfire if the fees aren't able to hold up in court, but I think we should make a run at it.)
16: No (PG&Es attempt at making it impossible for local public energy commissions at creating green energy sources in California.)
17: No (Mercury Insurance Group attempt at allowing auto insurance companies to base their prices in part on a driver's history of insurance coverage. Many groups have complained about this.)
Q: Yes (Our cities are hurting.)
R: Yes (This is an extension of J. Keep it going!)