Skip to comments.Live Thread - California Primary Election - 6 June 2006
Posted on 06/06/2006 7:45:05 AM PDT by CounterCounterCulture
Welcome to the live thread for the California Primary Election. Polls are open until 8pm tonight. If you are a registered voter, it is your duty to vote and defend your rights and civil liberties, protect your pocketbook, and vote the bums out where applicable.
Feel free to discuss issues key to your local area that others may be interested in. Post your polling place experiences if you like. And post numbers as they come in later tonight.
|YES||NO||Proposition 81. California Reading and Literacy Improvement and Public Library Construction and Renovation Bond Act of 2006 (Bond Issue - Majority Approval Required)
|YES||NO||Proposition 82. Preschool Education. Tax on Incomes Over $400,000 for Individuals; $800,000 for Couples (Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute - Majority Approval Required)
THIS IS THE MEATHEAD INITIATIVE
|<-- Arnold Schwarzenegger (Inc.)
Jeffrey R. Burns
Frank A. Macaluso, Jr.
Jerald Robert Gerst
|<-- Tom McClintock
Lieutenant Governor; Democratic Party
David L. Harris
Bret R. Davis
Controller; Democratic Party
I voted a couple of weeks ago. I love absentee ballots.
Off the top of my head, I can't recall any poll numbers.
Who would it be easier for Schwarzenegger to beat - Angelides or Westly?
winner faces: Chuck Poochigian (R)
Secretary of State; Democratic Party
Winner faces Bruce McPherson (R-Inc.)
Insurance Commissioner; Democratic Party
Winner faces Steve Poizner (R)
United States Senator; Democratic Party
Winner faces Richard "Dick" Mountjoy (R)
State Superintendent of Public Instruction (non-partisan)
<-- Diane Lenning
Race of intereste...
State Board of Equalization; District 3; Republican Party
United States Representative; District 11; Republican Party Thomas A. "Tom" Benigno Richard W. Pombo Paul N. "Pete" McCloskey, Jr. United States Representative; District 12; Republican Party Chris Huskins Mike Garza Mike Moloney United States Representative; District 22; Republican Party Kevin McCarthy David W. Evans Steve W. Nichols United States Representative; District 24; Republican Party Michael Tenenbaum Elton Gallegly United States Representative; District 26; Republican Party David Dreier Sonny Sardo Melvin C. "Mel" Milton United States Representative; District 47; Republican Party Angelita J. Campos Rosemarie "Rosie" Avila Tan Nguyen United States Representative; District 50 (RUNOFF for vacant seat) Brian P. Bilbray, Republican Francine Busby, Democratic William Griffith, Independent Paul King, Libertarian United States Representative; District 50; Republican Party (Primary) Eric Roach Victor E. Ramirez Howard Kaloogian Alan Uke Scott Turner Richard Lee Earnest Bill Morrow Brian P. Bilbray Scott Orren Bill Hauf United States Representative; District 51; Republican Party Jim Galley Blake L. Miles United States Representative; District 53; Republican Party Bryan Barton John "Woody" Woodrum
State Senator; District 8; Republican Party Oscar Alejandro Braun Michael Skipakevich State Senator; District 10; Republican Party Laura Riffle Lou Filipovich State Senator; District 10; Democratic Party Johan Klehs John A. Dutra Ellen Corbett State Senator; District 28; Republican Party David Lee Anstrom Cherryl Liddle State Senator; District 34; Republican Party Lupe Moreno Lynn Daucher State Senator; District 35 Tom Harman, Republican Larry Caballero, Democratic
Member of the State Assembly; District 13; Republican Party Gail E. Neira Ramiro Maldonado, Jr. Member of the State Assembly; District 17; Republican Party Gerard "Gerry" Machado Suzanne Tucker Member of the State Assembly; District 19; Republican Party Colleen Coen Elsie Gufler Member of the State Assembly; District 24; Republican Party Douglas Adams McNea Lawrence R. Hileman Member of the State Assembly; District 25; Republican Party Bill Conrad Tom Berryhill Member of the State Assembly; District 30; Republican Party Danny D. Gilmore Wesley W. Crawford, Sr. Member of the State Assembly; District 32; Republican Party Jean Fuller Stan Ellis Phil Wyman Member of the State Assembly; District 34; Republican Party Jon Zellhoefer Bill Maze Member of the State Assembly; District 36; Republican Party James C. Ledford Sharon Runner Member of the State Assembly; District 37; Republican Party Bob Larkin Audra Strickland Member of the State Assembly; District 38; Republican Party Mary Barrientos Cameron Smyth Member of the State Assembly; District 40; Republican Party Rick Montaine Armineh Chelebian Member of the State Assembly; District 41; Republican Party Tony Dolz Adriana Van Hemert Member of the State Assembly; District 42; Republican Party Steven Mark Sion Clark Baker Member of the State Assembly; District 59; Republican Party Christopher Lancaster Barry K. Hartz Anthony Adams Kevan Otto Susan Slater Member of the State Assembly; District 65; Republican Party Jim Ayres Ken Smith Brenda Salas Robin Lowe Paul Cook Member of the State Assembly; District 66; Republican Party Kevin Jeffries Dan Branstine Steve Adams Nancy Knight Member of the State Assembly; District 67; Republican Party Dianne Harman Mike McGill Jim Silva Member of the State Assembly; District 68; Republican Party Van Tran Long Kim Pham Member of the State Assembly; District 72; Republican Party Michael D. "Mike" Duvall Marty Simonoff Member of the State Assembly; District 74; Republican Party Scott D. Packard Martin Garrick Marie Waldron Member of the State Assembly; District 76; Republican Party Jeffrey H. Perwin Ralph Denney Member of the State Assembly; District 77; Republican Party Jack Dale Debbie Miller Beyer Joel Anderson William "Bill" Jenkin Nancy Beecham
NO on C & G--Riverside County
My ballot will be marked thusly:
Governor: Chambers (although I will hold my nose and vote for Arnie in November)
Lt. Gov: McClintock
Sec. State: Mc Pherson
Atty Gen: Poochigian
Ins. Commissioner: writing in "None of the Above" (no one has qualified as an official write-in candidate and I'm not voting for Poizner)
BoE, 3rd: Ray Haynes
Rep. 46th: Rohrabacher
St. Sen, 35th: Harman (yes, my nose will be held)
St. Assy, 67th: McGill
County Cent. Cmte, 67th: Dickerson, Dwyer, Harper, Baugh, Jackson, Mansfield-Reinking
Sup Ct. Judge, 4: Padberg
Sup. Publ. Instr: Lenning
OC Super of Schools: Haberheml
OC Supervisor, 2nd: Moorlach
OC Assessor: Lebeau
OC Auditor: Sundstrom
OC Clerk: Daly
OC DA: Rakauckas
OC PA: Williams
OC Sheriff: Carona
OC Treas: Street
Prop 81: NO!
Prop 82: NO! (I wish there was a "hell no" box on the ballot)
OC Prop A: Yes (Restrictions on Eminent Domain)
LOL At the Dem masked crusaders.
Here's hoping Bilbray pulls it off.
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