Voter Guide for November 8, 2016

Presidential General Election

State Guide - English: http://www.voterguide.sos.ca.gov/

Presidential Candidate Information: http://voterguide.sos.ca.gov/en/candidates/president-candidate-statements.htm

Senate Candidate Info: http://voterguide.sos.ca.gov/en/candidates/en/us-senate-candidate-statements.htm

State Propositions: http://voterguide.sos.ca.gov/en/propositions/

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 3RD DISTRICT

John Garamendi

Congressman / Rancher
Party Preference: Democratic

N Eugene Cleek

Surgeon / Farmer
Party Preference: Republican
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 6TH DISTRICT

Robert (Bob) Evans

Retired Government Auditor
Party Preference: Republican

Doris Matsui

United States Representative
Party Preference: Democratic
STATE SENATOR, 3rd District

Mariko Yamada

Social Worker
Party Preference: Democratic

Bill Dodd

State Assemblymember / Businessman
Party Preference: Democratic
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 4th District

Charlie Schaupp

Retired Marine Officer
Party Preference: Republican

Cecilia M. Aguiar-Curry

Mayor / Farmer / Businesswoman
Party Preference: Democratic
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 7th District

Kevin McCarty

State Assemblymember
Party Preference: Democratic

Ryan K. Brown

Small Business Owner
Party Preference: Republican
YOLO COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION - TRUSTEE AREA 4, GOVERNING BOARD MEMBER

Simi Peterson

Attorney / Education Advocate

Shelton B. Yip

Incumbent
LOS RIOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT - TRUSTEE AREA 4, TRUSTEE

Ruth Scribner

Board Member, Los Rios Community College District

Cecilia Escamilla-Greenwald

Commissioner/Public Employee
WASHINGTON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, GOVERNING BOARD MEMBER, VOTE FOR 3

Jackie Thu-Huong Wong

Children's Advocate

Dmitriy Voloshin

Education Director / Instructor

Coby Pizzotti

School Board Trustee

Alicia Cruz

School Board Trustee

Danny Thirakul

College Student
DAVIS JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, GOVERNING BOARD MEMBER, VOTE FOR 2

Bob Poppenga

Veterinarian / University Professor

Jose J. Granda

Engineering Professor

Susan Lovenburg

Trustee

Alan Fernandes

School Board Member
WOODLAND JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT - TRUSTEE AREA 5, GOVERNING BOARD MEMBER

Debbie M. Decker

Community Volunteer

Juan Munoz

Woodland Community College Student
RIVER DELTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT - TRUSTEE AREA 1, GOVERNING BOARD MEMBER

Marilyn Riley

Incumbent

Elvia B. Coronado

Loan Operations Manager
RIVER DELTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT - TRUSTEE AREA 2, GOVERNING BOARD MEMBER

Don Olson

River Delta Unified School District Governing Board Member

Donald Lopez

Rancher
CITY OF WEST SACRAMENTO, MAYOR

Christopher Cabaldon

Mayor of West Sacramento
CITY OF WEST SACRAMENTO, CITY COUNCIL MEMBER, VOTE FOR 2

Quirina Orozco

Deputy District Attorney

Beverly "Babs" Sandeen

Vice Mayor, West Sacramento

Amando Santos, Jr.

Chiropractor, Land Broker

Maria Grijalva

Non-Profit Consultant

Martha Guerrero

Planning Commission Chair
CITY OF WOODLAND, CITY COUNCIL MEMBER - DISTRICT 2

Tom Stallard

Councilman / Small Businessman

Bobby Harris

Community Advocate / Lobbyist

Jim Hilliard

Councilmember, Business Owner
CITY OF WOODLAND, CITY COUNCIL MEMBER - DISTRICT 4

Sean Denny

Councilmember / Businessman

Joe Romero Jr.

Account Executive / Commissioner

Enrique Fernandez

Law Clerk / Volunteer
CITY OF WOODLAND, CITY COUNCIL MEMBER - DISTRICT 5

James Vorhees

Woodland College Graduate

Brent Vann

Accountant, Farmer

Xochitl Rodriguez

Legislative Consultant / Veteran
PIERCE JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Measure B

To improve the quality of education by modernizing, constructing and/or renovating classrooms, restrooms, and school facilities; replace outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; make health, safety and handicapped accessibility improvements; and replace deteriorating plumbing and sewer systems; with funding that cannot be taken by the state; shall the Pierce Joint Unified School District issue $15,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have NO money used for administrative or teacher salaries?
WINTERS JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Measure D

To improve the quality of education funding that cannot be taken by the State; modernize, renovate and/or construct classrooms, restrooms, cafeterias, and other school facilities including Winters High School; make health, safety and handicapped accessibility improvements; and upgrade P.E. fields and facilities for school and community use; shall the Winters Joint Unified School District issue $17,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have NO money used for administrative salaries?
CITY OF WEST SACRAMENTO

Measure E

To fund City services and initiatives such as repairing roads, building and maintaining bicycle/pedestrian trails, reducing homelessness and its community impacts, improving educational and career opportunities for youth, and enhancing internet access and the use of smart technologies, shall the City of West Sacramento enact a 1/4 percent transactions and use tax (sales tax) raising approximately $3.3 million annually on an ongoing basis for general governmental purposes?
CITY OF WOODLAND

Measure F

Shall Ordinance No. 1599 which would authorize the City of Woodland to continue to collect an existing one-half cent sales tax for a period of twelve years, and would not increase taxes, for general city services including, but not limited to, street maintenance, parks and facility capital projects, and public safety, be adopted?
DAVIS JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Measure H

To provide outstanding academics in math, science, reading, writing, instructional technology and programs in athletics, arts and music; provide high quality teachers; limit class sizes; and support student health and safety; shall the Davis Joint Unified School District replace its expiring parcel taxes with a single eight-year parcel tax of $620/year, raising approximately $9.5 million/year, adjusted for inflation; with senior and disability exemptions; with citizens oversight; for the exclusive use of Davis schools?
YUBA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Measure Q

To continue repairing, renovating, constructing and equipping classrooms/facilities at the campuses of Yuba and Woodland Colleges including nursing, healthcare, science, technology, engineering, fire and police training classrooms, shall $33,565,000 of Yuba Community College District Bonds, previously approved by voters in November 2006, be reauthorized through issuance of new bonds with no increase in total authorized District debt, interest rates below the legal limit, independent citizen oversight, and all funds used locally and not taken by the State?
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