Click here to go to my June 2010 voting web page.
And... a moment ago (Nov 27, 2010) I accidentally wiped out this post, so I am replacing it with a near duplicate.
Here is the link to my analysis of the Green candidates. Click the link or scroll down to read it. But there will not be much to read, who else out there is Green other than me?
Here is the link to my analysis of the propositions. Click the link or scroll down to read it.
- Prop 13: Do Not Raise Tax On Buildings That Do Not Faw Down. YES.
- Prop 14: You Get Only Two Guys That We Like And You Do Not Get To Know Them First. NO!
- Prop 15: California Fair Elections Act, as fair as it can get for now. YES!
- Prop 16: Mr. Burns Owns ALL Your Electricity And You Will Pay More And More and MORE, Now and FOREVER!!!! NO NO NO NO NO!!!!!!!
- Prop 17: Insurance Companies Put Your Balls In A Vise And Squeeze And Squeeze And Squeeze And Squeeze And AAAAAAAAA!!!!! Uh, NO!
Here is the link to my vote on California Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tom Torlakson. Click the link or scroll down to read it.
Here is the link to my vote on San Mateo issues. Click the link or scroll down to read it.
- County Superintendent of Schools: Anne Campbell
- Member, Board of Supervisors, 2nd District: Carol Groom
- Member, Board of Supervisors, 3rd District: April Vargas
- Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder: Mark Church
- Controller: Tom Huening
- Coroner: Stacie Nevares
- District Attorney: Stephen Wagstaffe.
- Sheriff: Greg Munks
- Treasurer-Tax Collector: Dave Mandelkern
- San Mateo County Community College District Measure G. YES.
To make up my mind, I read my voter guide (I had to look up the propositions (this link might go out of date for the June 2010 election) on line, since I did not get that in my voters guide). I also looked up the San Francisco Bay Guardian endorsements. And I used smartvoter.com.