Conservative Election Recommendations

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Extensive Recommendations for the Tuesday, November 4, 2014 California General Election

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For the November 4, 2014 California General Elections

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Orange County - Robyn's Voter Recommendations - Printable
Updated 11/02/14
Includes Robyn's Recommendations for:
Statewide Constitutional Offices, Judges, and State Propositions
O.C. - County Races and County Measures
O.C. - City Races and City Measures

Extensive Proposition Information - more resources will continue to be added throughout October


Craig Alexander’s Voter Recommendations for Orange County, Statewide Offices, and Propositions
Craig is an attorney, and is a knowledgeable, conservative activist in Orange County. He is the President of a local California Republican Assembly (CRA) chapter, a past Vice President of the CRA, and is a former Orange County Republican Central Committee member. Sandoval's Conservative Christian Voting Guide
Recommendations for Orange County, Statewide Offices, and Propositions.
Nancy is a knowledgeable and conservative South County source; she is an excellent researcher. I (Robyn) always check out her picks before finalizing my recommendation decisions.

Kathy's Pics – Kathy Dittner’s Voter Recommendations for the Nov 4, 2014 California Election
Kathy was the founder and director of "Salt & Light," a pro-family, moral issues ministry which operated at Saddleback Church for almost 20 years. She is the past Vice-President of the Saddleback Republican Assembly and is a former Orange County Republican Central Committee member.

Peotter Picks for the Nov 4, 2014 California General Elections!
Brothers Bruce and Scott Peotter are knowledgeable Orange County conservative activists who have a great track record of giving solid recommendations for each election.

Family Action PAC Candidates for the Nov 4, 2014 Election


CALIFORNIA FAMILY COUNCIL – Election Voter Guide for the Nov 4, 2014 CA Elections
This very helpful voter charts lists 8 organizations – four conservative/four liberal. In each race – the chart shows which organizations have endorsed the various candidates or propositions.

Organizations on the right:
CA ProLife Council, CA Republican Assembly, Howard Jarvis Tax Association, and Craig Huey’s Election Forum.

Organizations on the left:
CA Labor Federation (major UNIONS), Equality CA (largest statewide LGBT advocacy organization in CA), National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL), and Planned Parenthood (largest abortion provider in the US).

• Statewide Offices and Board of Equalization
• US Representatives, State Senate, State Assembly
• California State Propositions (Robyn’s Note on Prop 46. All the conservative sources on my proposition page say NO on Prop 46. CA ProLife Council has come to the opposite conclusion on Prop 46.)

OC SUPERVISOR JOHN MOORLACH’S - Recommendations for the November 4, 2014 Election

John’s posts his voter recommendations within his posts – a little at a time. These blogs generally include related news articles.

2ND SUPERVISORIAL / NEWPORT MESA - Moorlach’s Campaign Update – 10/26/14
• Costa Mesa City Council and Newport Beach City Council
• Supervisor Race #2 – ALLAN MANSOOR is endorsed by John Moorlach - (Also - 9/21/14 - John re: Allan Mansoor)

5TH SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT & CYPRESS – Moorlach’s Campaign Update – 10/24/14
• ROBERT MING is endorsed by John Moorlach – 5th Supervisorial Race. John speaks of importance of not taking union contributions. (Ming does NOT taken union contributions)
• State Propositions and State Candidates
• Associate Justices of the Supreme Court
• Associate Justices, Court of Appeal, 4th Appellate District
• CYPRESS – YES on Measures Q and R

COUNTY-WIDE RACES & MEASURES – Moorlach Campaign Update – 10/17/14
• Assessor
• OC Supervisor Races – endorsed Robert Ming / Allan Mansoor
• Superior Court Judge #14
• YES on County Measure E and YES on County Measure G

• 1 Water Bond NO - General Obligation – Paid out of State Budget

2 Rainy Day Fund YES - State Reserve Policy – No Brainer & Over Due

• 45 Healthcare Insurance Rates NO - Managed Care Nightmare

• 46 Medical Negligence Law Suits NO - Increases Limits – Will raise insurance costs

• 47 Criminal Sentence Reductions NO - Sets Aside Imaginary Savings – Accounting Bunk

• 48 Indian Gaming Compacts NO - Keep Indian Casinos on the Reservations

Orange County Pro-Family Voter Guide for the Nov 4, 2014 CA General Election
Robyn’s Notes:
This is a very helpful list. All the candidates on this list have submitted questionnaires that show them to be prolife.

This list, however, does not deal with other fiscal and other issues.

There are some prolife candidates whose names do not appear on this list, since not all of them filled in questionnaires.

Recommendations for various measures are included within many of the recommendation lists above, including Robyn’s list. The links below take you to the official ballot information for the measures. This info is posted by the Orange County Registrar of Voters.

County of Orange – Authorize Ethics Commission to Enforce County Campaign Finance Rules
County of Orange – Prohibit Supervisor Election Loser from Taking Office as Supervisor
Anaheim Union High School District – Classroom and School Safety Bond Measure
Fullerton Joint Union High School District – Improve Our Excellent Local High Schools Measure
North Orange County Community College District – Fullerton/Cypress Colleges Repair and Student/Veteran Job Training Measure
Orange Unified School District – Critical Upgrades and Repairs for Quality High Schools Measure
City of Anaheim – Require City Council Members be Residents of and Elected by Districts
City of Anaheim – Charter Amendments (Sections 500,508, 511); Increase City Council Members to Six
City of Anaheim – Anaheim Local Services Measure
City of Costa Mesa – Proposed Charter Establishing Home Rule
City of Costa Mesa – Advisory Measure, Should Toll Lanes Be Built on the I-405 Freeway?
City of Cypress – Measure Q Rezones 9470 Moody St. From PS-1A to PC-14 in Compliance With Measure D
City of Cypress – Measure R Rezones 6.8 Acres at 8721 Cypress Ave. from PS-1A to PC-13 in Compliance With Measure D
City of Fountain Valley --- Transient Occupancy Tax Increase
City of Huntington Beach – Safe and Sane Fireworks
City of Huntington Beach – Withdrawn
City of Irvine – Orange County Great Park Fiscal Transparency and Reforms Act
City of Irvine – Term Limits Measure
City of Lake Forest – Establishing a Term Limit for the Mayor and City Council Members of the City of Lake Forest
City of Newport Beach – Amendment of the Newport Beach General Plan, Land Use Element
City of Rancho Santa Margarita – Initiative to Change Zoning Classification of Former Nissan Site
City of Santa Ana – Modernization of Utility User Tax
City of Santa Ana – Establishment of Medical Marijuana Collectives and Cooperatives
City of Santa Ana – Medical Cannabis Restriction and Limitation Act
City of Seal Beach – Utility Users Tax (UUT) Modernization/Tax Reduction
City of Seal Beach – Charter Amendment to Appoint the City Clerk
City of Stanton – 9-1-1/Public Safety and Essential City Services Protection Measure
City of Tustin – Increase in Hotel Room Tax
City of Villa Park – Safe and Sane Fireworks Measure
City of Yorba Linda – Eliminating Pension and Health Care Benefits for Future City Council Member Terms