the Mexican Jewish Queer Latina Angelina Voting Guide

Feeling overwhelmed by this year’s ballot measures? Me fucking too. But I care a lot about this stupidly gorgeous, ghetto blaster town that I’m from so, I decided to bite the bullet and figure out what’s going on on this year’s ballot. I did some research have been listening to local debates on NPR and decided to share my decisions with you. I also used a few Voting Guides including L.A. Times, NPR, The Democratic Voter Guide, The Latino Voting Guide but I did my own independent research; using that Official Election guide massive booklet we all got, plus a little googling, reading, and consideration. These decisions are just my humble opinion – I definitely recommend doing your own research, there’s some weird ones on the list this year.

Thanks for reading and please vote… like omg, please do it, and maybe get a friend to do it too… things are crazy out there in the non-internet… peeps are angry, I mean and the t-shirts have gotten out of control – so angry…

President: Hillary Clinton

United States Senator: Kamala Harris

United States Representative: Adam B. Schiff

Member of the State Assembly: Ardy Kassakhian

Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 11: Debra R. Archuleta

Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 42: Efrain Matthew Aceves

Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 84: Susan Jung Townsend

Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 158: Kim L. Nguyen

Prop 51, School Facility Bonds: No

Prop 52, Medical for Private Hospital fees: Abstaining

Prop 53: Public vote of Revenue Bonds: No

Prop 54: Changes in Legislation Process: No

Prop 55: Tax on High Incomes: Yes

Prop 56: Tobacco Tax: yes

Prop 57: Parole, and Sentencing: Yes

Prop 58: English Language Education: English Language Education: Yes

Prop 59: Citizens United Advisory: Yes

Prop 60, Condoms: No

Prop 61: Prescription Drug Costs: No

Prop 62: Abolish Death Penalty: Yes

Prop 63: Gun and Ammunition sales: Yes

voting-is-sexy-copyProp 64: Making Recreational Marijuana Legal: Yes

Prop 65: Carry out bag fees: N

Prop 66: Death Penalty procedures: No

Prop 67: Plastic Bag Ban: Yes

County Measure A Money for Parks: Yes

County Measure M Metro Funding: Yes

Prop HHH Homelessness Initiative: Yes

Initiative Ordanince JJJ: Yes

Charter Amendment RRR: No

Charter Amendment SSS: Yes

Prop CC: Yes

Use this as you wish – just remember this is my humble local opinion.

Thanks again!

TIME TO VOOOOOOTEEEE L.A.!

Just in case you are as “huh” as I am about voting I did a bit of research this year and decided to share my results.

and please don’t forget, these are my humble opinions.

thanks!

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Jerry Brown
Gavin Newsom
Alex Padilla
Betty T. Yee
John Chang
Kamala D. Harris
Dave Jones
Jerome E. Horton
Ted Lieu
Sandra Fluke
Al Muratsuchi

yes to justices

Jacqueline H. Lewis
Andrew M. Stein
Tom Torakson
Jeffrey Prang
Jim McDonnell

YES on:
1, 2, 45, 47, 48, T & U

NO on:
46 & P