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AFT Guild, Local 1931 Recommendations for the November 6th, 2012 Election
State of California Ballot Measures
Proposition 30 – YES
Temporary income tax increase on earnings above $250,000 and a 1/4 cent sales tax (one penny per $4.00 purchase) to stop cuts to Public Education and other public programs, such as Police and CalFire. Taxpayer safeguards ensure money cannot be misspent.
Proposition 31 – NO
Would harm students by preventing the State from increasing funds for Education without raising additional taxes, even if money is available. Also prevents cutting taxes in years of surplus unless other taxes are increased. Will add tens of millions of dollars per year for additional bureaucracy.
Proposition 32 – NO
Would make it easier for Secret Super PACs to buy elections by creating special exemptions for Corporations and Wealthy Individuals to spend unlimited amounts of money in future elections. This initiative is funded by the same Corporations and Wealthy Individuals who stand to benefit by its passage.
Proposition 38 – NO
Funded by billionaire Molly Munger, this proposition is a regressive tax that taxes everyone who earns more than $7,316 per year and it does not provide any revenue for higher education.
Proposition 40 – YES
YES on Prop. 40 means no change to current redistricting plans. It simply reaffirms the current California State Senate Redistricting Plan approved by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission as well as the State Senate Maps drawn by the voter- approved Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission.
Palomar Community College District
John Halcon, Nancy Ann Hensch, Roberto Rodriguez
San Diego Community College, District B – Bernie Rhinerson
Southwestern College Board, Seat 1 – William Stewart
Southwestern College Board, Seat 3 – Humberto Peraza
Cardiff School District – Rick Cassar
Coronado Unified School District – Scott Barr
Poway Unified School Board – Kimberley Beatty
San Diego Unified School District, Seat A- John Lee Evans
San Diego Unified School District, Seat E – Marne Foster
San Diego County Board of Education, District 1 – Gregg Robinson
Sweetwater Union High School Board, District 4 – Bertha Lopez
Local Ballot Measures
City of Escondido Proposition P – NO
Would ban prevailing wages for local workers in Escondido.
Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District Proposition V – YES
Upgrade East County colleges AND improve our economy. ALL funds stay LOCAL.
San Diego Unified School District Proposition Z – YES
San Diego neighborhood school funding that Sacramento can NOT take away.
San Diego Mayor – Bob Filner
Chula Vista City Council, Seat 3 – Pamela Bensoussan
Chula Vista City Council, Seat 4 – Mary Salas
El Cajon City Council – Ben Kalasho
Escondido City Council – Olga Diaz
Lemon Grove City Council – George Gastil, Racquel Vasquez
National City City Council – Alejandra Sotelo-Solis
Oceanside Mayor – Jim Wood
Oceanside City Council – Esther Sanchez
San Diego County Board of Supervisors District 3 – Dave Roberts
Helix Water District, Division 3 – Lori Kern
South Bay Irrigation District, Seat 3 – Jose Preciado
South Bay Irrigation District, Seat 5 – Ernesto Zamudio
Tri-City Healthcare District Board – George Coulter, Charlene Anderson
Paid for by the American Federation of Teachers Guild Local 1931, 3737 Camino del Rio South, #410, San Diego, CA 92108 San Diego and Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College Districts Committee on Political Education. Not authorized by or coordinated with any candidate or any committee