Governor - Hold your nose and vote for Meg Whitman. Handing over the keys to Governor Moonbeam would be a fiscal disaster. Voting for a third party is handing the keys over to a known Socialist.
Lt Governor - This is a meaningless position except when they have to fill in for the Governor. Both Abel Maldonado and Gavin Newsom are first class turds so here is an opportunity to send a message and vote for an economics professor (no not Zuma Dogg) Libertarian nominee Pamela J. Brown.
Secretary of State - A quite important position and one that the incumbent Deborah Bowen has screwed up royally with extending the amount of time it takes to provide services such as process incorporation requests and such. Damon Dunn, a young African American man who is a dynamic success story is a future political star and will streamline the operations of this department.
Controller - California's fiscal health will depend on who fills this watchdog position. Tony Strickland is a solid fiscal conservative in the Mitt Romney vein. Vote for him.
Treasurer - Any fiscal position is the last place you want to put a Democrat. In some cases you don't want a Republican there. However like Strickland, Mimi Walters, is a strong fiscal conservative with a business background.
Insurance Commissioner - See above, more importantly this position should not even exist. That being said we don't need to discuss Democrat Dave Jones. Republican Mike Villines might as well be a Democrat having been honored by the Kennedy Foundation along with budget destroying Socialist Karen Bass. Go Libertarian here and vote for Richard S. Bronstein.
Congress, District 36 - Jane Harman is too entrenched with Washington, the defense industry and Hamas. Vote for upcomer Mattie Fein, a scrappy, single mom and businesswoman who will take the Congress by storm.
Congress, District 47 - For some time we've documented what a disaster Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez has been. Van Tran, an immigrant from Vietnam and an American success story is giving Sanchez a run for her money. Orange County deserves better representation than they've been getting from Sanchez and Tran will provide it
State Senate, 28th District - John Stammreich is running against an opponent who sadly passed away a few weeks ago. That being said even when she was alive John was the better choice. A community activist with a long business background the dysfunctional State Legislature needs more common sense average folks like John.
State Assembly, 43rd District - Now more than ever you know what to do. Join the disgusted Democrats and enthusiastic Republicans voting for the common sense businessman Sunder Ramani.
Prop 20 - Yes
Prop 27 - No
Prop 21 - No
Prop 22 - Yes
Prop 23 - Yes
Prop 24 - No
Prop 25 - No
Prop 26 - Yes
Prop 19 - Yes
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