November 3, 2020 General Election
Endorsements as of September 10, 2020.
County of Sacramento
Board of Supervisors, District 3 – Gregg Fishman
City of Elk Grove
City Council, District 1 – Ali Moua
City Council, District 3 – Maureen Craft
City of Folsom
City Council – Jaya Badiga
City of Rancho Cordova (vote for 3)
City Council – Jack Zwald
City Council – Donald Terry*
City Council – Siri Pulipati
City of Sacramento
City Council, District 2 – Allen Warren*
City Council, District 8 – Mai Vang
SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICES
Center Joint Unified School District
At-Large – Julia Bellehumeur
Elk Grove Unified School District
Area 1 – Regina Q. Banks
Area 3 – NO ENDORSEMENT
Area 6 – Nancy Chaires Espinoza*
Folsom Cordova Unified School District
Area 2 – NO ENDORSEMENT
Area 4 – Christopher Clark*
Los Rios Community College District
Area 3 – Chris Yatooma
Area 4 – Kelly Wilkerson
Area 5 – Pamela Haynes*
Area 7 – Tami Nelson*
Natomas Unified School District (vote for 2)
At-Large – Ericka Harden
At-Large – Mariana Corona Sabeniano
Robla Elementary School District
At-Large – Sharona Devine
Roseville Joint Union High School District
At-Large – Greg Harnage
Sacramento City Unified School District
Area 3 – Jose Navarro
Area 4 – Nailah Pope-Harden
Area 5 – Chinua Rhodes
Area 7 – Lavinia Grace Phillips
San Juan Unified School District (vote for 2)
At-Large – Pam Costa*
At-Large – Paula Villescaz*
SPECIAL DISTRICT OFFICES
American River Flood Control District
At-Large – Tamika L’Ecluse*
Cosumnes Community Services District
Area 4 – Orlando Fuentes*
North Highlands Recreation and Park District
At-Large – Beau Reynolds
Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)
Ward 1 – Brandon Rose*
Ward 2 – Nancy Bui-Thompson*
Ward 5 – Rob Kerth*
LOCAL BALLOT MEASURES
City of Sacramento
Measure A – Vote NO
Stop the power grab — this measure would disempower our neighborhoods by concentrating power in the mayor.
Measure B – Vote YES
Extends deadline for city’s independent redistricting commission to complete drawing of new district maps.
Measure C – Vote YES
Protects working families by preventing rent gouging and ensuring that families can stay in their homes.
River Delta Unified School District
Measure J – Vote YES
Authorizes up to $45.7 million in bonds for school facilities in the southern part of River Delta USD (generally includes Isleton and Rio Vista).
Measure K – Vote YES
Authorizes up to $14.6 million in bonds for school facilities in the northern part of River Delta USD (generally includes Clarksburg, Courtland, Hood, Locke, Walnut Grove).
City of Isleton
Measure L – Vote YES
Extends by 5 years existing 1⁄2-cent general sales tax that is set to expire in 2022.
City of Citrus Heights
Measure M – Vote YES
Enacts new 1-cent general sales tax permanently.
City of Rancho Cordova
Measure R – NEUTRAL
Enacts a new 1⁄2-cent general sales tax permanently.
California Democratic Party Endorsements:
The following are California Democratic Party endorsements for federal and state offices in Sacramento County:
U.S. President/U.S. Vice President
District 3 – John Garamendi*
District 6 – Doris Matsui*
District 7 – Ami Bera*
District 9 – Jerry McNerney*
District 1 – Pamela Swartz
District 3 – Bill Dodd*
District 5 – Susan Talamantes Eggman
District 6 – Jackie Smith
District 7 – Kevin McCarty*
District 8 – Ken Cooley*
District 9 – Jim Cooper*
District 11 – Jim Frazier*
STATEWIDE BALLOT MEASURES
Proposition 14 – Vote YES
Invests in critical, life-saving stem cell research by approving continued funding for research.
Proposition 15 – Vote YES
Invests in our schools and communities by closing a special tax loophole for wealthy property owners.
Proposition 16 – Vote YES
Allows for more diversity in public education, employment, and contracting by repealing discriminatory law.
Proposition 17 – Vote YES
Restores the voting rights of Californians who made a mistake but have already paid back their debt to society.
Proposition 18 – Vote YES
Expands voting rights in primary elections to 17-year olds who will be able to vote in the general election.
Proposition 19 – Vote YES
Protects seniors and survivors of wildfires from facing increased property tax when needing to move to a new home.
Proposition 20 – Vote NO
Increases criminalization of our communities by irresponsibly prioritizing punishment over rehabilitation.
Proposition 21 – Vote YES
Keeps families in their homes by protecting them against eviction or rent gouging, especially during the COVID-19 crisis.
Proposition 22 – Vote NO
Allows billion-dollar app companies like Uber to get a special exemption in law to keep exploiting their workers.
Proposition 23 – Vote YES
Helps dialysis patients by combatting poor hygiene in clinics, improving staffing, and ending discrimination.
Proposition 24 – NEUTRAL
Adopts new privacy law relating to the use of privacy consumer data.
Proposition 25 – Vote YES
Approves law passed by our state legislature to reform bail system to ensure that no one sits in jail for inability to pay.
VOTER’S CHOICE ACT
More days and more ways to vote – you choose when, where, and how to cast your ballot!
All registered voters in Sacramento County will get a ballot and pink return envelope in the mail in early October. You have 4 ways to cast your vote:
You can register to vote the same day that you vote. If you would like to register to vote online, you can do so HERE.
- You can also Pre-Register to Vote
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