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2010 Primary Propositions

2010 Primary Propositions

It is that time of year. Primary Elections coming up in June and we know you always check your local candidate perspectives on the propositions.

Below are my Ballot Recommendations for the June 2010 CA Primaries

STATE PROPOSITIONS

  • Proposition 13 YES
    (Limits on property tax assessment; seismic retrofitting of existing buildings)
  • Proposition 14 NO
    (Only "Top Two" in runoff in partisan elections -- effectively bans third parties)
  • Proposition 15 NO
  • (California Fair Elections Act -- Public Financing of Campaigns)
  • Proposition 16 NO
    (Imposes new two-thirds voter approval requirements for establishing local public electricity providers)
  • Proposition 17 YES
    (Allows auto insurance companies to consider driver's history of coverage)

LOCAL PROPOSITIONS

  • Proposition A NO POSITION
    (East Otay Mesa recycling collection center and landfill ordinance)
  • Proposition B YES
    (Term limits for San Diego County Supervisors)
  • Proposition C NO
    (City of San Diego adds veteran's preferencespoints in hiring)
  • Proposition D YES
    (City of San Diego Charter revision relating to strong mayor form of governance)
  • Proposition G YES
    (City of Chula Vista Fair and Open Competition Ordinance)
  • Proposition H NO
    (ADVISORY: Coronado seek $500K study funding for tunnel boondoggle?)
  • Proposition J NO
    (City of Del Mar Transient Occupancy Tax on short-term rental properties)
  • Proposition K YES
    (City of Oceanside adoption of City Charter)
  • Proposition L NO
    (City of Solana Beach business tax)