Endorsements

November 6, 2018 General Election

Based on members’ votes throughout the prior year of EAPD meetings:
 
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June 5, 2018 Primary Election

Based on members’ votes at the November 2017, January 2018, and March 2018 EAPD meetings: 
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U.S. Senate: Dianne Feinstein (63% of members’ votes) 
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California Governor: No endorsement 
Lt. Governor: No endorsement 
Attorney General: Xavier Becerra (67% of members’ votes) 
Secretary of State: Alex Padilla 
State Controller: Betty Yee 
Treasurer: No endorsement 
Superintendent of Public Instruction: No endorsement 
Insurance Commissioner: Dr. Asif Mahmood (63% of members’ votes)
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Board of Equalization, District 3: No endorsement 
State Senate District 24: No endorsement 
L.A. County Assessor: Jeffrey Prang (97% of members’ votes) 
L.A. County Sheriff: Alex Villanueva (88% of members’ votes)
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Superior Court Seat #4: A. Veronica Sauceda (97% of members’ votes)
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Superior Court Seat #20: Wendy Segall (94% of members’ votes)
 
Superior Court Seat #60: Tony Cho (100% of members’ votes)
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Superior Court Seat #67: Lucy Armendariz (74% of members’ votes)
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Superior Court Seat #71: Danielle Gibbons (100% of members’ votes)
 
Superior Court Seat #113: Javier Perez (by unanimous vote of members)
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Superior Court Seat #118: David Diamond (95% of members’ votes)
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Superior Court Seat #126: Rene Gilbertson (92% of members’ votes)
 
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Superior Court Seat #146: Armando Duron (95% of members’ votes)
Prop 68 YES
State and local parks' creation and maintenance via $4 billion in bonds.
Prop 69 YES
Transportation funds for only that purpose, including public transit. 
Prop 70 NO
Starting in 2024, cap-&-trade reserve funds can only be used with 2/3 legislative vote.
Prop 71 YES
Ballot measures that win a majority of voter support take effect 5 days after certification. 
Prop 72 YES
Rain-capture improvements not subject to property-tax reassessment. 

  


   

   

Assembly District 51, Special Election: October 3, 2017.

LUIS LOPEZ 

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June 27, 2017 Endorsement Considerations for the 51st Assembly District Special Election

Click on links to view candidate questionnaire responses.

2017 ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 51 SPECIAL ELECTION 

  1.  RON BIRNBAUM

  2.  FRANKY CARRILLO

  3.  WENDY CARRILLO

  4.  ALEX DE OCAMPO

  5.  MIKE FONG  (invited to participate, questionnaire not submitted)

  6.  LUIS LOPEZ

  7.  GABRIEL SANDOVAL  (invited to participate, questionnaire not submitted)

  8.  MARK VARGAS  (invited to participate, questionnaire not submitted)

  9.  DAVID VELA  (invited to participate, questionnaire not submitted)

 

 

 

EAPD made the following endorsements for the March 7, 2017, municipal election:

LA County:
Measure H (services on homelessness: 1/4-cent sales tax, 10 years): YES
LA City:
Mayor: Eric Garcetti, by a vote of 69 percent 
Council District 1: Joe Bray-Ali, by a vote of 69 percent Endorsement rescinded April 27, 2017
Council District 13: Mitch O'Farrell, pre-endorsed for re-election 
Measure M (marijuana licensing, city regulations): YES
Measure N (marijuana licensing, city regulations): NO
Measure S (restrictions on development; moratorium on spot-zoning): NO, by a vote of 65 percent 
LA Unified School District:
District 2: Lisa Alva, by a vote of 71 percent
LA Community College District: 
Seat 4: Dallas Fowler 
Seat 2: Steve Veres, by a vote of 75 percent 
Seat 6: Nancy Pearlman, pre-endorsed for re-election 

On the April 4, 2017, ballot:

Congressional District 34: No endorsement 
Glendale Unified School District:
District D: Shant Sahakian, by a vote of 67 percent
Glendale City Council:
Zareh Sinanyan, by a vote of 62 percent 
Mike VanGorder, by a vote of 74 percent 
Glendale Community College District 4:
Victor Garcia

On the May 16, 2017, ballot:

L.A. City, Charter Amendment C (police discipline): NO, by a vote of 82 percent 
Voting threshold for an endorsement is 60 percent of ballots cast with a selection in that contest. 

 

CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRES FOR OUR MARCH 2017 ELECTIONS ENDORSEMENTS MEETING

Alphabetical listing

 

34TH CALIFORNIA CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

ROBERT AHN 

JIMMY GOMEZ

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VANESSA ARAMAYO

MARIA CABILDO

ARTURO CARMONA

WENDY CARRILLO

SARA HERNANDEZ

STEVEN MAC

SANDRA MENDOZA

RAYMOND MEZA

ALEXANDER POULTON

TENAYA WALLACE

  

1ST LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT

LUCA BARTON

JOE BRAY-ALI

GIL CEDILLO

JESSE ROSAS

 

SEAT 2 LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

THOMAS J. NORMAN
STEVE VERES

 

2ND LOS ANGELS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

LISA ALVA

MONICA GARCIA

CARL J. PETERSON

 

DISTRICT D GLENDALE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Shant Sahakian

Joal Ryan

 

EAPD 2016 ENDORSEMENTS:

At a regularly scheduled EAPD meeting, to which various candidates were invited to participate, the voting members of the EAPD voted to endorse the following candidates:

U.S. Senate (Boxer's seat): With 82 percent of votes cast, Kamala Harris.

CA State Senate, 25th District: With 66 percent of votes cast, Anthony Portantino.

CA State Assembly, 43rd District: With 71 percent of votes cast, Ardy Kassakhian.

L.A. County Supervisor, District 5: With 72 percent of votes cast, Darrell Park

These Democrats running countywide and seeking open seats for LA Superior Court also earned the endorsement of EAPD members ...

 

In seat #11: Debra Archuleta 

In seat #42 (primary): Cyndy Zuzga 

In seat #42 (run off): Efrain Matthew Aceves

In seat #84: Javier Perez 

 

Download our November 2016 Ballot Guide for Statewide and Local Measures.

 

A special message from Dolores Huerta about California's Landmark Plastic Bag Ban

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Prop 51: YES
Prop 52: YES
Prop 53: NO
Prop 54: NO
Prop 55: YES
Prop 56: YES
Prop 57: YES
Prop 58: YES
Prop 59: YES
Prop 60: NO
Prop 61: YES
Prop 62: YES
Prop 63: YES
Prop 64: YES
Prop 65: NO
Prop 66: NO
Prop 67: YES
L.A. County Measure A: YES
L.A. County Measure M: YES
L.A. City propositions: 
Measure HHH: YES 
Measure JJJ: NO
Measure RRR: NO
Measure SSS: Position Not Taken
Community College District Proposition: 
Measure CC: YES 
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