Fall election '10 clip out guide

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NATIONAL RACES

U.S. Senate

Barbara Boxer

 

Congress, 6th District

Lynn Woolsey

 

Congress, 7th District

George Miller

 

Congress, 8th District

Nancy Pelosi

 

Congress, 9th District

Barbara Lee

 

Congress, 13th District

Pete Stark

 

STATE RACES

Governor

Edmund G. Brown

 

Lieutenant governor

Gavin Newsom

 

Secretary of state

Debra Bowen

 

Controller

John Chiang

 

Treasurer

Bill Lockyer

 

Attorney general

Kamala Harris

 

Insurance commissioner

Dave Jones

 

Board of Equalization, District 1

Betty Yee

 

Superintendent of public instruction

Tom Torlakson

 

State Senate, District 8

Leland Yee

 

State Assembly, district 12

Fiona Ma

 

State Assembly, District 13

Tom Ammiano

 

State Assembly, District 14

Nancy Skinner

 

State Assembly, District 16

Sandré Swanson

 

STATE BALLOT MEASURES

Prop. 19: YES, YES, YES

Prop. 20: NO

Prop. 21 YES

Prop. 22: NO

Prop. 23: NO, NO, NO

Prop. 24: YES

Prop. 25: YES, YES, YES

Prop. 26: NO, NO, NO

Prop. 27: YES

 

SAN FRANCISCO CANDIDATES

Supervisor, District 2

Janet Reilly

 

Supervisor, District 4

No endorsement

 

Supervisor, District 6

1. Debra Walker

2. Jane Kim

3. Glendon "Anna Conda" Hyde

 

Supervisor, District 8

Rafael Mandelman

 

Supervisor, District 10

1. Tony Kelly

2. DeWitt Lacy

3. Chris Jackson

 

Board of Education

Margaret Brodkin

Kim-Shree Maufas

Hydra Mendoza

 

Community College Board

John Rizzo

 

BART Board, District 8

Bert Hill

 

Assessor-Recorder

Phil Ting

 

Public Defender

Jeff Adachi

 

San Francisco Superior Court, Seat 15

Michael Nava

 

SAN FRANCISCO BALLOT MEASURES

Prop. AA: YES

Prop. A: YES Prop. B: NO, NO, NO

Prop. C: YES

Prop. D: YES

Prop. E: YES

Prop. F: NO

Prop. G: NO

Prop. H: NO

Prop. I: YES

Prop J: YES

Prop. K : NO

Prop. L : NO, NO, NO

Prop. M: YES

Prop. N: YES

 

EAST BAY ENDORSEMENTS

BART Board District 4

Robert Raburn

 

Berkeley City Auditor

Ann-Marie Hogan

 

Berkeley City Council District 1

Linda Maio

 

Berkeley City Council District 4

Jesse Arreguin

 

Berkeley City Council District 7

Kriss Worthington

 

Berkeley City Council District 8

Stewart Jones

 

Berkeley Rent Board

Asa Dodworth

Lisa Stephens

Jesse Townley

Pam Webster

Dave Blake

Katherine Harr

 

Oakland City Auditor

Courtney Ruby

 

Oakland Mayor

1. Rebecca Kaplan

2. Jean Quan

 

Oakland City Council District 2

Jennifer Pae

 

Oakland City Council District 4

Daniel Swafford

 

Comments

I am listed in the print version of the guide but not on this one. Could you add me to this page?

Posted by Victoria Kolakowski on Oct. 27, 2010 @ 12:59 pm

I am listed in the print version of the guide but not on this one. Could you add me to this page?

Posted by Victoria Kolakowski on Oct. 27, 2010 @ 1:00 pm

Sorry about the multiple posts. I don't know what happened.

Posted by Victoria Kolakowski on Oct. 27, 2010 @ 1:03 pm

I am listed in the print version of the guide but not in this one. Could I please be added to this list?

Posted by Victoria Kolakowski on Oct. 27, 2010 @ 1:02 pm

F Newsom! This thug stole the mayoral election (count) from Gonzales, whom more people voted for, which would have meant a huge U.S. city under a Green party banner-- thoroughly unacceptable of an outcome for the power-drunk Democrat machine. The censorship of the Greens has since cranked up quite a bit, featuring their use of the term "green" in marketing everywhere to dilute the real deal.. just in case the average Joe Shmoe cable-tv dolt ever comes across the words "Green Party", it'll just be that forgettable color again.
He has no chance of losing anyway, the office is a joke at any rate, so do use your vote to protest this developer-connected bigwig being in politics generally.. are there true-left Party options, or some decent write-ins? I would hope SFBG would be anti-establishment enough to inform us.

Posted by bakunin on Oct. 27, 2010 @ 2:24 pm

the clip out graphic is not linked to a larger version that a person can read & print. please fix.

Posted by Guest on Oct. 28, 2010 @ 9:53 am

Michael Kilian, candidate for city auditor, reported to the Oakland Public Ethics Commission that Building Services Inspection Services Manager Antoinette Holloway-Renwick failed to report a close familial relationship with Arthur Young, who owns Arthur Young Debris Removal Service, the City's number one blight abatement contractor.

Michael Kilian, candidate for city auditor, reported to the Oakland Public Ethics Commission that Building Services Inspection Services Manager Antoinette Holloway-Renwick failed to report a close familial relationship with Arthur Young, who owns Arthur Young Debris Removal Service, the City's number one blight abatement contractor.
Kilian's complaint alleges that this relationship costs the City millions of dollars a year because of the preferential treatment Young receives from Holloway-Renwick. Building Services records, as well as a deposition of Holloway-Renwick in an unrelated lawsuit, reveal that Holloway-Renwick was directly responsible for both contract and invoice approval for Arthur Young Debris Removal Service. The amount of those contracts exceeds $4 million since 2007.

A 2007 audit of Public Works contract bidding process showed that Arthur Young Debris Removal Service was the number one Public Works contractor at that time.

Courtney Ruby's hiring-practices audit, dated October 21, 2009, does not include Holloway-Renwick's relationship with Arthur Young.

Holloway-Renwick retired several days after Kilian filed his complaint.

http://www.auditoaklandceda.com

Posted by Guest Old Mother Tucker on Oct. 28, 2010 @ 11:19 am

This is Jerry Brown's Legacy in Oakland

Michael Kilian, candidate for city auditor, reported to the Oakland Public Ethics Commission that Building Services Inspection Services Manager Antoinette Holloway-Renwick failed to report a close familial relationship with Arthur Young, who owns Arthur Young Debris Removal Service, the City's number one blight abatement contractor.

Michael Kilian, candidate for city auditor, reported to the Oakland Public Ethics Commission that Building Services Inspection Services Manager Antoinette Holloway-Renwick failed to report a close familial relationship with Arthur Young, who owns Arthur Young Debris Removal Service, the City's number one blight abatement contractor.
Kilian's complaint alleges that this relationship costs the City millions of dollars a year because of the preferential treatment Young receives from Holloway-Renwick. Building Services records, as well as a deposition of Holloway-Renwick in an unrelated lawsuit, reveal that Holloway-Renwick was directly responsible for both contract and invoice approval for Arthur Young Debris Removal Service. The amount of those contracts exceeds $4 million since 2007.

A 2007 audit of Public Works contract bidding process showed that Arthur Young Debris Removal Service was the number one Public Works contractor at that time.

Courtney Ruby's hiring-practices audit, dated October 21, 2009, does not include Holloway-Renwick's relationship with Arthur Young.

Holloway-Renwick retired several days after Kilian filed his complaint.

http://www.auditoaklandceda.com

Posted by Guest Old Mother Tucker on Oct. 28, 2010 @ 11:21 am

Thank you so much for posting the recommendations on your website.
However, the most difficult thing is voting for Judges! Especially for me in the West County. Will do more research...

Posted by Guest jh on Oct. 28, 2010 @ 12:12 pm

Thanks for the guide - very useful. Would appreciate a more condensed guide in the future since this on took 8 pages (read: EIGHT PAGES) to print, and ditto on the San Franciso ballot measures. C'mon guys - how hard is it to post a 1-2 page PDF and save a few trees?

Posted by cmoody122 on Nov. 02, 2010 @ 9:45 am

Thanks for the guide - very useful. Next time can you please consider adding a downloadable 1-2 page PDF? This list printed on 8 pages (EIGHT PAGES) as did the SF ballot measures. Cmon guys - let's save a few trees here.

Posted by cmoody122 on Nov. 02, 2010 @ 9:47 am

You want us to vote on your lines why not make an easily printable web doc. WTF? If there's one here it's very hidden.

Posted by Grrr on Nov. 02, 2010 @ 12:28 pm

link: http://test.sfbg.com/PDFs/clipbw.pdf it's also been on our homepage for the last three days as well, but added it above for easier finding.

Posted by marke on Nov. 02, 2010 @ 2:01 pm

Interesting comments here, and yes as per every year, thank you for being the source of clear (er) voter information every year.

Agreed to also, that more information on the Judges would be helpful. Googling them revealed little except for the person who kept asking on wikepedia, "what political party does so and so belong to?" Usually the best guess was related to who appointed them, Schwarzenegger for example.
I even talked to some people who thought that our votes were just "confirmations" - ?, when really we have the power to determine who is shaping our legal and therefore social system. This is a big deal!

Posted by Guest yesjes on Nov. 02, 2010 @ 10:36 pm

Interesting comments here, and yes as per every year, thank you for being the source of clear (er) voter information.

Agreed to also, that more information on the Judges would be helpful. Googling them revealed little except for the person who kept asking on wikepedia, "what political party does so and so belong to?" Usually the best guess was related to who appointed them, Schwarzenegger for example.
I even talked to some people who thought that our votes were just "confirmations" - ?, when really we have the power to determine who is shaping our legal and therefore social system. This is a big deal!

Posted by yesjes on Nov. 02, 2010 @ 11:06 pm