- Chief Justice of the CA Supreme Court, Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, NO
- Assoc. Justice of the SC, Ming W. Chin, NO; Carlos R. Moreno, NO, definitely NO.
- Judith D. McConnell: NO;
- Manuel A Ramirez: YES;
- Carol D. Corrington: YES;
- David G. Sills: NO;
- William W. Bedsworth: YES;
- Eileen C. Moore: NO;
- Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 20, Jim Miller, YES, definitely.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction, this is VERY important, write in, DIANE LENNING. As this race is “non-partisan,” the June Primary resulted the top two vote-getters for November— both Democrats. DIANE LENNING is the far more qualified candidate. Write her in and be sure to spell her name correctly, DIANE LENNING.
State Propositions: #19, NO, NO, NO; #20, YES; #21, NO; #22, WOW! Been both ways on this, Yes, seemed the obvious answer, however after thoroughly studying the language, pros and cons, believe that NO is the best choice. #23, YES; #24, NO; #25, NO, NO, #26, YES,YES; #27, NO. In summary, NO: 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 27. YES: 20, 23 and 26. Also, local Prop A: YES.
We have not included the more obvious partisan choices and in some non-partisan races, we would be promoting our RSFRWF members. For additional information and questions, please call: Brett or Nick Dieterich, 858-756-4501 or