2016 General Election

Fresno Mayor: Lee Brand

Fresno City Council District 6: Jeremy Pearce

 

Here are the CVTP's recommendations on the statewide initiatives.

 

Proposition 51: $18,000,000,000 bond – Even Jerry Brown thinks it is too large.

NO

 

Proposition 52: Hospital (patient) fees

NO

 

Proposition 53: Statewide vote on joint powers bonds over $2 Billion dollars – Bonds should be voted on only by those who will repay them.

NO

 

Proposition 54: Bills must be published for 72 hours before being voted on.

No position

 

Proposition 55: Extends and expands “temporary” taxes on “high income earners”

NO

 

Proposition 56: Cigarette tax increases by $2 per pack

NO

 

Proposition 57: Lets more violent felons out of prison. We have already suffered from AB109 (dumping prisoners onto the counties) and Prop 47 making many more felony crimes into misdemeanors.

http://www.stop57.com/

NO

 

Proposition 58: Eliminates English only education in K-12

NO

 

Proposition 59: Tells CA legislatures they should oppose the Citizens United decision

NO

 

Proposition 60: Requires pornography actors use condoms.

No position

 

Proposition 61: Mandates CA pay the same amount for drugs that the VA does

NO

 

Proposition 62: Eliminates the death penalty.

NO

 

Proposition 63: Requires background checks & a license for ammunition purchases, makes grandfathered magazines that hold more than 10 rounds illegal, kills internet sales of ammo, makes current legal guns illegal, will burden citizens with higher ammo costs and less places to purchase.

Gun owners already passed a background check. Criminals ignore the laws that we have by definition. This proposition will have Zero impact in reducing crime.

https://www.facebook.com/CACFCL/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE&fref=nf

NO

 

Proposition 64: Legalizes marijuana just like in Colorado & Washington states.

No position

 

Proposition 65: Sends money from sale of paper grocery bags to Sierra Club

No position

 

Proposition 66: Streamlines the death penalty process.

YES

 

Proposition 67: Affirms ban on plastic grocery bags and requiring a charge for paper grocery bags.

NO

 

http://vig.cdn.sos.ca.gov/2016/general/en/pdf/complete-vig.pdf

 

http://www.capoliticalreview.com/capoliticalnewsandviews/recommendations-on-how-to-vote-for-17-state-propositions-by-steve-frank/

 

http://www.fresnolincolnclub.org/uploads/1476132784_2016_11_General_Election_Voter_Guide.pdf

 

http://savecalifornia.com/election-center.html

 

https://robynnordell.com/county_la.aspx

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November 08, 2016 at 7am - 8pm