Our Endorsements

Official Democratic Party Endorsements: June 3rd, 2014 Election

US Congressional Representative, 24th District: Lois Capps

CA State Assemblymember, 37th District: Das Williams

Santa Barbara County Supervisor, 2nd District: Janet Wolf

Vote NO on Measure M!

Measure M is a County Measure that would force the County to spend about $18-21 million per year (according to SB County Auditor-Controller's Office) to maintain County roads at the level of maintenance they are at on June 3rd. This is not about fixing roads you use, County roads don't include the 101 or city streets, but rather about spending money on roads, regardless of how many people use those roads or the costs. The Measure's Sponsor, Supervisor Peter Adam, has not provided any funding plans so the County will likely have no choice but to make cuts to core services, such as the Sheriff and other Public Safety programs or County Clinics and other Health and Human Services programs. Even if our roads are in crisis, pushing our County into a budget crisis will not help. Join us in voting No!


Statewide Endorsed Candidates


Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown 

John Chiang

Lieutenant Governor
Gavin Newsom

  Secretary of State
No recommendation

Attorney General
Kamala D. Harris

  Insurance Commissioner 
Dave Jones 
No recommendation 
  Supt. of Public Instruction 
Tom Torlakson 


Ballot Initiatives


YES on Proposition 41 –Veterans Housing and Homeless Prevention Bond Act of 2014

Authorizes $600 million in general obligation bonds for affordable multifamily supportive housing to relieve homelessness, provide affordable transitional housing, affordable rental housing, or related facilities for veterans and their families.  


YES on Proposition 42 – Public Records. Open Meetings State Reimbursement to Local Agencies. Legislative Constitutional Amendment 


Requires local government compliance with laws providing for public access to local government body meetings and records of government officials. Eliminates reimbursement for costs of compliance.

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