June 2, 2006

Ballot Recommendations

Governor
PHIL ANGELIDES

Lieutenant Governor
LIZ FIGUEROA

Attorney General
ROCKY DELGADILLO

Controller
JOE DUNN

Congress, 50th District
FRANCINE BUSBY

Congress 51st District
BOB FILNER

79th State Assembly District
MARY SALAS

78th State Assembly District
MAXINE SHERARD

County Board of Supervisors District 4
RICHARD BARRERA

County Board of Supervisors District 5
BRUCE THOMPSON

Sheriff
BILL KOLENDER

STATE MEASURES

Proposition 81: NO
California Public Library Construction and Renovation Bond.

Proposition 82: YES
Preschool Education. Tax on incomes over $400,000 for individuals; $800,000 for couples.

LOCAL MEASURES 

Proposition A: YES
County of San Diego. Proposed “Clean-Up” Amendments to the San Diego County Charter. If passed, the proposed “clean-up” changes to the San Diego County Charter seek to amend approximately twenty-nine separate sections of the Charter that have been identified as outdated, unnecessary, unclear or inconsistent with state law.

Proposition B: YES
County of San Diego. “Write-In” Candidates Amendments to the San Diego County Charter. If passed, this measure would prohibit “write-in” candidates in general elections for County offices.

Proposition C: NO
City of Chula Vista. Charter Amendment to Limit Eminent Domain.

Proposition D: NO
City of National City. One-Cent Sales Tax.

Proposition F: YES
Tri-City Healthcare District. Bond. If Proposition F passes, Tri-City Healthcare District will issue $596 million in general obligation bonds, to construct, repair and improve Tri-City Medical Center and additional medical facilities, including neighborhood healthcare centers.

Proposition G: YES
Grossmont Healthcare District. Bond. If approved by two-thirds of voters, Grossmont Healthcare District will issue $247 million in general obligation bonds, to complete Grossmont Hospital’s Emergency and Critical Care Center, expand cardiac care, acquire construct, repair and improve medical facilities, add patient beds, modernize medical technology, and improve seismic safety.

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