Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Observer Editorial: Get Your Ballot in or Vote Tuesday, November 4

For those individuals who aren’t voting early, getting their ballot in the mail back to the Recorder’s office by October 31 and have decided to go the polls Tuesday, November 4 voters will have many decisions to make before cast their ballots in the upcoming election: from the presidential contest to see who will inherit the complete mess created by the “Bush Crime Family,” Congressional races, ballot propositions, the Arizona Legislature, county posts to local school boards, many posts and questions will have to be answered and fill, as mandating by federal and state law.

With that, the editorial staff of the Observer has compiled a list of recommendations for contested elections (with respectes to state Senator Linda Lopez, state Senator Paula Aboud, state Representatives David Bradley and Steve Farley, Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias and Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez, individuals with good records of service and support), basing the choices on statements, actions, position papers and voting records on the issues of concern to the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender), HIV/AIDS and straight supportive communities.

President - Barack Obama

U.S. House of Representatives:

Congressional District 1 - Ann Kirkpatrick
Congressional District 2 - John Thrasher
Congressional District 3 - Bob Lord
Congressional District 4 - Ed Pastor
Congressional District 5 - Harry Mitchell
Congressional District 6 - Rebecca Schneider
Congressional District 7 - Raul Grijalva
Congressional District 8 - Gabrielle Giffords

Proposition 100 (Protect Our Homes Act ) - No
Proposition 101 (Medical Choice for Arizona) - No
Proposition 102 (Marriage Protection Amendment) - No Again!
Proposition 105 (Majority Rules Initiative) - No
Proposition 200 (Payday Loans) - No
Proposition 201 (Homeowners Bill of Rights) - Yes
Proposition 300 (Legislative Pay Raise) - No
Proposition 403 (TUSD Override) - Yes


Arizona Corporation Commission - Sandra Kennedy, Paul Newman

Arizona Senate - District 25 - Manuel Alvarez
Arizona House - District 25 - Ric Boyer, Pat Fleming

Arizona Senate - District 26 - Cheryl Cage
Arizona House - District 26 - Don Jorgensen, Nancy Young Wright

Arizona Senate - District 27 - Jorge Luis Garcia
Arizona House - District 27 - Olivia Cajero Bedford, Phil Lopes

Arizona House - District 29 - Matt Heinz, Daniel Patterson

Arizona Senate - District 30 - Georgette Valle
Arizona House - District 30 - Andrea Dalessandro (VOTE ONLY)

Pima County Board of Supervisors - District 3 - Sharon Bronson

Pima County Attorney - Barbara LaWall

Pima County Sheriff - Clarence Dupnik

1 comment:

Goldwater said...

Thanks for your No position on 105. Visit http://thevotersofaz.com for more.

Vote No on 105!