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Extensive Recommendations & Voter Guides for the
Tuesday, June 5, 2018 California Primary Election

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CONSERVATIVE VOTER GUIDES & ELECTION RESOURCES FOR SAN DIEGO COUNTY
For the Tuesday, June 5, 2018 California Primary Election


SAN DIEGO COUNTY - PENNY HARRINGTON'S PICKS
For the Tuesday, June 5, 2018 California Primary Election

I (Robyn) have a great deal of respect for Penny Harrington and highly value her insights and recommendations. This is a Very Valuable Resource for San Diego Voters and would be the first place I would look for S.D. County recommendations.

About Penny Harrington
Penny Harrington served as California's director of legislation for a national public policy organization for 13 years. She is passionate about making a difference in support of biblical values and equipping others to do the same.


Robyn Nordell's Recommendations for the 6/5/18 California Primary Election

STATEWIDE MEASURES (Propositions)

The following conservatives agree 68, 69, 71, and 72, and differ on Prop 70

Senator John Moorlach
Nancy's Picks
Robyn Nordell
Craig Huey of Election Forum Voter Guide
Christian Citizenship Council

PROP 68: NO (NO on BONDS!)
Senator John Moorlach, Nancy's Picks, Robyn Nordell
Craig Huey of Election Forum, Christian Citizenship Council
See: Senator John Moorlach, Sac. Bee: “Prop 68 means more debt and higher taxes”

PROP 69: NO
Senator John Moorlach, Nancy's Picks, Robyn Nordell
Craig Huey of Election Forum, Christian Citizenship Council
See: Senator John Moorlach wrote the Official “NO on Proposition 69” Argument

OPPOSING PROP 70:
Senator John Moorlach and Nancy's Picks
Updated: Craig Huey of Election Forum now opposes Prop 70.

SUPPORTING PROP 70:
Christian Citizenship Council

PROP 71: YES
Senator John Moorlach, Nancy's Picks, Robyn Nordell
Craig Huey of Election Forum, Christian Citizenship Council

PROP 72: YES
Senator John Moorlach, Nancy's Picks, Robyn Nordell
Craig Huey of Election Forum, Christian Citizenship Council


GOVERNOR: JOHN COX

JOHN COX is a successful businessman and fiscal conservative who is focused on fiscal issues — slashing regulations and making the state more welcoming to businesses. He is solidly pro-life, and is endorsed by the California ProLife Council and other state prolife organizations. John is conservative on social issues, supports 2nd Amendment rights, supports the rights of parents to choose their children's form of education, including homeschooling. He strongly opposes changing Proposition 13. He opposes the Sanctuary State law, and the Cap and Trade gas tax increase, and has been a leader in the Repeal of the Gas Tax drive. Cox is endorsed by President Trump.

Here are a few of John Cox’s endorsements:

President Trump, Election Forum Conservative Voter Guide, California ProLife Council, Californians for Life, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association PAC, Congressional members: Devin Nunes, Mimi Walters, Doug LaMalfa, Darrell Issa, Paul Cook, Ken Calvert, CA State Legislators Joel Anderson and Jim Nielsen, Kevin McCarthy (House Majority Leader), Newt Gingrich (former Speaker of the House), Michael Reagan (conservative radio host)

GOVERNOR’S RACE RESOURCES

See POLLING Here AND Here.

STATEWIDE CANDIDATE VOTER GUIDE which compares John Cox and Travis Allen (and Newsom / Villaraigosa) on 35+ Important issues
As this chart shows, Cox and Allen have very similar views on most issues.

Abortion: I (Robyn) truly appreciate Travis Allen currently taking a strong public stand against abortion. However, I would be remiss if I did not point out that, on a pretty consistent basis, Assemblyman Travis Allen steadily avoided casting a yes or no vote on many bills (legislation and resolutions) in the Assembly that dealt with the life (i.e. abortion) issue.

Important - Election Forum’s “The Most Corrupt Election in California History:
The Little Known Hijacking of the California Governor’s Race to put Two Democrats on Top”

Press Release from SaveCalifornia.com:
“Their true intent [in the Multi MILLION $$$ campaign to convince conservatives that John Cox is liberal] is to guarantee that Democrats continue to totally control California state government, and more crucially, regain control of the U.S. House and reinstall Nancy Pelosi as their Speaker. Their deceitful mailers and robocalls aim to ensure that two Democrats for governor will be on the November ballot, Antonio Villaraigosa and Gavin Newsom."


STATEWIDE OFFICES

U.S. SENATOR:
Tom Palzer

LT. GOVERNOR:
Vote for Republican David Hernandez

(Please do not make the mistake of voting for the "other" Hernandez in the race.
Democrat "Ed" Hernandez is a far-left candidate.)

SECRETARY OF STATE:
Mark Meuser

CONTROLLER:
Konstantinos Roditis

STATE TREASURER:
Jack M. Guerrero

ATTORNEY GENERAL:
Judge Steven Bailey

Judge Bailey would make an amazing attorney general! Check out his website for his impressive list of endorsements and his stands on several important issues.

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER:
Steve Poizner (Preferable to opponents)

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION:
Marshall Tuck (Preferable to opponents)

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

Dist 1: Republican Ted Gaines

Dist 2: Republican Mark Burns

Dist 3: Republican G. Rick Marshall

Dist 4: Republican Joel Anderson


HELPFUL VOTER GUIDES FOR ALL CALIFORNIA COUNTIES

IDEAS FOR DOING YOUR OWN RESEARCH
This page includes helpful research tips plus a variety of research links.

Non-Partisan Christian Voter Guide from Election Forum

"Vote Your Biblical Values" 2018 Primary Voter Guide

This 8-page voter guide shows the positions of key statewide candidates on various issues. The charts clearly show which candidates lean liberal to far-left and which lean conservative. This guide also rates Judge Candidates.

COUNTY Voter Guides from Election Forum

These Voter Guides contain direct voter recommendations for: All Statewide Candidates and Boards of Equalization, Propositions, and Judges. Additionally, many of them also cover recommendations for legislative and local candidates and ballot measures.


CONSERVATIVE SCORECARDS FOR CALIFORNIA STATE LEGISLATORS
See How Your CA State Assembly Member or State Senator voted on Key Issues:

American Conservative Union CA State Assembly and State Senate Legislators

CRA Scorecards for the CA State Assembly and State Senate Legislators
Note that the Yes/No votes are recorded at the top and the description of the bills can be found at the end of this CRA scorecard.