Endorsements for the June 8 Election

Fri Apr 30, 2010 11:26:00 am


On April 27, 2010, San Francisco for Democracy PAC and Federal Action voted on their endorsements for the June 8 election. Since there were endorsements for many offices and political parties, a combined endorsement slate follows (a voter guide for printing ishere):
 

Democratic Party Endorsements
DCCC AD12
John Avalos 
Michael Bornstein 
Sandra Lee Fewer 
Hene Kelly 
Eric Mar 
Milton Marks 
Jake McGoldrick 
Jane Morrison 
Melanie Nutter 
Connie O'Connor 
Arlo Smith 
DCCC AD13: 
Melissa Apuya 
David Campos 
David Chiu 
Michael Goldstein 
Robert "Gabriel" Haaland 
Joseph Julian 
Rafael Mandelman 
Kim-Shree Maufas 
Aaron Peskin 
Alix Rosenthal 
Debra Walker 
Scott Wiener 
U.S. Senator
Barbara Boxer 
U.S. House of Representatives District 8
Nancy Pelosi 
U.S. House of Representatives District 12: 
Jackie Speier 
Governor: 
Peter Schurman (withdrawn) Jerry Brown 
Lieutenant Governor: 
Janice Hahn 
State Senate District 8: 
Leland Yee 
State Assembly District 12: 
Fiona Ma 
State Assembly District 13: 
Tom Ammiano 
Secretary of State: 
Debra Bowen 
Controller: 
John Chiang 
Treasurer: 
Bill Lockyer 
Attorney General: 
Kamala Harris 
Insurance Commissioner: 
Hector De La Torre 
Board of Equalization District 1: 
Betty Yee 

Republican Endorsements
RCCC AD12: 
Howard Epstein 
RCCC AD13: 
John Dennis 
U.S. House of Representatives District 8: 
John Dennis 
All other races were No Endorsement 

Green Endorsements
GCC Citywide: 
John Marc Chandonia 
Barry Hermanson 
Richard Stone 
Bruce Wolfe 
Governor: 
Laura Wells 
All other races were No Endorsement 

Peace & Freedom Endorsements
P&FCCC Citywide: 
Tom Lacey 
U.S. Senate: 
Marsha Feinland 
All other races were No Endorsement 

Non-Partisan Races
Superior Court Judge Seat 6: 
Linda Colfax 
Superior Court Judge Seat 15: 
Michael Nava 
CA Superintendent of Public Schools: 
Tom Torlakson 

State Propositions
Prop 13: YES 
Prop 14: NO 
Prop 15: YES (early endorsed) 
Prop 16: NO 
Prop 17: NO 

San Francisco Propositions
Prop A: YES 
Prop B: YES 
Prop C: NO POSITION 
Prop D: YES 
Prop E: YES 
Prop F: YES 
Prop G: YES 

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