Выборы в Калифорнии: когда, где и за что можно проголосовать

5 июня в Калифорнии состоятся первичные выборы. Проголосовать можно заранее по почте. Участвовать могут только граждане США. Подробностями делится Галина Бондарь.

May 21, 2018: Это был последний день регистрации для участия в первичных выборах. Если у вас ничего не изменилось (адрес, фамилия, выбор партии и т.д.) вам нет нужды заново регистрироваться. Если вы только что стали гражданином и еще не получили сертификат, вы пока не можете участвовать в выборах, но можете зарегистрироваться на ноябрьские выборы в любом почтовом отделении. 

May 29, 2018: Последний день сделать запрос на голосование по почте. Last day to request vote-by-mail ballot (your application must ARRIVE by this date)

Важно! Не забудьте наклеить две почтовые марки на розовый конверт и подписать его ЛИЧНО на оборотной стороне. Без вашей истинной подписи, которую анализирует компьютер,  бюллетень засчитан не будет. Заполните овал ручкой с черными или синими чернилами. Не заполняйте больше разрешенного количества. Если написано голосуйте за одного, затушуйте только один овал. Если Вы записывайте кандидата от руки, не забудьте также заполнить овал слева от имени этого кандидата. Если вы ошиблись на бюллетене спросите замену у офицера на участке или позвоните в центральный офис избирателя и вам пришлют новый взамен вашего испорченного бюллетеня. Registrar of VotersOffice (916)875-6155. Операторы НЕ ГОВОРЯТ на русском языке.

Не забудьте отправить свой бюллетень заблаговременно, чтобы он был засчитан. В день выборов вы может также опустить его в урну в любом избирательном участке или бросить в специальный drive through ящик по адресу 7000 65th Street, Sacramento в любое время до 8 часов вечера в день выборов.

June 5, 2018: Выборы. Избирательные участки открыты с 7am до 8pm.  Election Day — Polls open 7am to 8pm

Governor- John Cox (R)

Lieutenant Governor – David Hernandez (R)

Secretary of State – Mark Meuser (R)

Controller – Konstantinos Roditis ®

Attorney General – Steven Bailey

Insurance Commissioner – Steve Poizner (I)

Board of Equalization member

1st District Ted Gaines

3rd District Rick Marshall

4th District Joel Anderson

US Senator – Tom Palzer

US Congress- House of Representatives

District 1: Doug LaMalfa Currently serving in Congress, Farmer

District 3: Charlie Schaupp  Farmer, Retired USMC Lt Colonel

District 4: Tom McClintock  Currently serving in Congress

District 7: Both of these candidates are pro-life.
Yona Barash Surgeon & Attorney
Andrew Grant Businessman & Afghan War Veteran

District 8: Paul Cook Currently serving in Congress

District 9: Marla Livengood  Legislative Analyst, Former Lobbyist & Congressional Aide for Richard Pombo

District 10: Jeff Denham Currently serving in Congress

District 16: We are still researching this district in the Fresno area

District 21: David Valadao Currently serving in Congress

District 22: Devin Nunes Currently serving in Congress

District 23: Kevin McCarthy  Currently serving in Congress

District 25 Steve Knight Currently serving in Congress

District 26:  Jeffrey Burum Financial Advisor, Accountant & Retired USAF Officer

District 27: Beatrice Cardenas as a write-in candidate

District 30 Mark Reed  Realtor, Rancher

District 31: Sean Flynn College Professor, Economist & Author.

District 35: Christian Valiente  Janitorial Cleaning Contractor & Army Veteran

District 36: Kimberlin Brown Pelzer  Actress, Farmer & Businesswoman

District 39: These three candidates are pro-life:
Bob Huff  Former State Senate Minority Leader, Former Assemblyman & Former Diamond Bar Mayor
Young Kim  Former Assemblywoman & Former Congressional Aide for Ed Royce
Shawn Nelson  Orange County Supervisor, Former Fullerton Mayor, Attorney

US Rep., Dist 2 – Dale Mensing

US Rep., Dist 3- no conservative candidates

US Rep., Dist 5 – no conservative candidates

US Rep., Dist.6 – no conservative candidates

US Rep., Dist 8 – Tim Donnelly

US Rep., Dist 9 – no conservative candidates

US Rep., Dist 10- no conservative candidates

US Rep., Dist 11 – Lisa Romero

                              State Senator

State Senate District 4: Jim Nielsen Currently serving as a State Senator

State Senate District 6: Austin BennettWrite-In Candidate for State Senate

State Senate District 8: Still researching this district in the Fresno area

State Senate District 12: Both of these candidates are strong pro-life supporters:
Rob Poythress Farmer, Madera County Supervisor
Johnny Tacherra Dairyman

State Senate District 14: Andy VidakCurrently serving as a State Senator

State Senate District 16: Shannon Grove

State Senate District 18: Still researching this district in the San Fernando Valley.

State Senate District 28: Jeff Stone Currently serving as a State Senator

Special Recall Election in Senate District 29- Vote YES on the re-call
State Senate District 29: Both of these candidates are pro-life:
Bruce Whitaker
George Shen

State Senate District 34: Janet Nguyen Currently serving as a State Senator

State Senate District 36: Patricia Bates Currently serving as a State Senator

State Senate District 38: Brian Jones

Member of the State Assembly

Assembly District 1: Brian Dahle Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 3: James Gallagher  Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 5: Frank BigelowCurrently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 6: Kevin Kiley  Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 8:  Melinda Avey

Assembly District 12: Heath Flora  Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 13: Still researching this district in the Stockton area

Assembly District 23: Jim Patterson  Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 24: Still researching this district in San Mateo/Santa Clara County area

Assembly District 26: Both of these candidates are pro-life.
Devon Mathis  Currently serving as an Assemblymember
Jack Lavers

Assembly District 29: Vicki Nohrden

Assembly District 31: Lupe Espinoza

Assembly District 32: Justin Mendes

Assembly District 33: Jay Obernolte  Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 34: Vince Fong  Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 35: Jordan Cunningham Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 36: Tom Lackey Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 38: Dante Acosta Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 39: Ricardo Benitez

Assembly District 40: Henry Gomez Nickel

Assembly District 42: Both of these candidates are pro-life:
Chad MayesCurrently serving as an Assemblymember
Andrew Kotyuk  

Assembly District 44: Ronda BaldwinKennedy

Assembly District 46: Roxanne Beckford Hogue

Assembly District 49: Burton Brink

Assembly District 52: Toni Holle

Assembly District 55: Phillip Chen Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 56: Jeff Gonzalez

Assembly District 57: Jessica Martinez

Assembly District 60: Bill Essayli

Assembly District 65: Alexandria Coronado

Assembly District 66: Frank Scotto

Assembly District 67: Melissa Melendez Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 68: Steven S. Choi Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 71: Randy Voepel Currently serving as an Assemblymember
Larry Wilskeis also a pro-life candidate

Assembly District 72: Both of these candidates are pro-life:
Tyler Diep
Greg Haskin

Assembly District 73: William Brough Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 74: Matthew Harper  Currently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 75: Marie WaldronCurrently serving as an Assemblymember

Assembly District 76: Philip Graham

Superintendent of Public Instruction – Marshall Tuck (D)

Superior Court Judge; County of Sacramento; Office 13

  • Paul Seave: 8 (JI: 6, Q: 10)

 

                                          County Board of Education

Governing Board Member

Area 2  – Ray Green

Area 3 – Paul Keefer

Area 6 – Roger Westrup

County Assessor –

District attorney – Anne Marie Schubert

Sheriff – Scott  Jones

Treasurer – Jack M. Guerrero (R)

                                              Propositions

Prop 68 NO Дорогостоящий займ для «водных проектов» экологических групп. Конечный результат- меньше воды фермерам и семьям.  Expensive bond (more costly than a direct tax) to fund “water projects” of liberal environmental groups, resulting in less water for families and farmers

Prop 69 NO  Обманчивое название пропозиции. Опять перенаправляют  транспортные фонды на свои нужды.  A big-government ruse that continues to misspend funds and aims to weaken support for the upcoming gas tax hike repeal

Prop 70 YES Большая подотчетность для легистратуры.  Требование  2/3 голосов на любое решение по трате  финансов собранных с калифорнийских бизнесов.  Provides higher accountability by requiring a 2/3rds legislative vote to spend “cap-and-trade” revenues collected from California businesses

Proр 71  NO  Требует задержку во вступлении в действие всех принятых народом поправок до 43 дней после выборов. Prevents approved ballot measures from taking effect the day after the election and instead delays implementation up to 43 days after Election Day

Prop 72 YES  Помогает жителям калифорнии установившим систему по собиранию дождевой воды избежать дополнительного налога.Exempts new rain-capture systems of California homeowners from higher property tax reassessment