FOR REPUBLICAN VOTERS ONLY:
President: Now is the opportunity to vote for whomever you would like to see; it is unlikely to count for anything in California for this primary, except for bragging rights, i.e. I got __% of the CA vote.
38th AD Republican Central Committee (attached is info about this unusual race that usually isnt even on the ballot; but is important this time):
Mary Katie Varner
Mary Mark Haggard or Tana Lampton or Pepper Parkinson
FOR ANY & EVERY VOTER:
Elizabeth Emken is the CA Rep. Party endorsed candidate
Al Ramirez has been endorsed by two of the larger Republican clubs in California (CRA, and CCR) I heard him speak articulately on a wide range of subjects on 5/22/12; hes got my vote; hes 44, single and dating the same woman for nine years says he when I asked him.
Buck McKeon is our long term (20 yr) incumbent; chairmen of the House Armed Services committee; nice guy, been in there a long time; Im not thrilled that he seems to desire a local political machine with his wife running for the State Assembly and four of the people on OUR Republican Central Committee slate are on his or his wifes PAID STAFF
Dante Acosta, father of Rudy Acosta who was killed in Afghanistan last year; local businessman, investment advice; attends Santa Clarita Baptist Church; its Dante and Goliath
38th: SCOTT WILK — most articulate, best qualified.
Steve Knight District 21
Todd Zink District 27
JUDGES http://www.judgevoterguide.com/ :
[where there is a 2nd person, Craig Huey ranks that person higher on his scale]
Sean Coen 133
Sanjay Kumar 138
Lynn Olson 140
Shannon Knight 143 (Lifelong Democrat says she) or Andrea Thompson 145
James Otto 148 or Kenneth Hughey 147
Eric Harmon 152 (Lifelong Democrat says he) or Parseghian 151
I have not personally read these Measures:
#28 NO doesnt really fix anything; the term limits has not been the help it was intended to be; dont need to change it in this way
#29 NO is the CRP recommendation, Big Tobacco is behind the NO adsbut do we really need this bill?
H: (a yes keeps it at 12%, a no reverts to 1983s 10%)
L: (not really sure on this one, seems to hit one group pretty hard; county gets lots of millions from it)
Continues to give a lot of money to LA County so yes if you want to help the county; no if you oppose taxes, certain ones anyway