Carlsbad Republican Women endorse local Republican candidates!
At a recent meeting of the Carlsbad Republican Women Federated, local candidates were endorsed for the 2020 elections. Carlsbad Republican Women Federated is an active force in local political campaigns and CRWF members are assisting our candidates, the Republican Party of San Diego County, and the California Republican Party (CRP) in this important election year.
CRWF ENDORSED REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES
Brian Maryott – 49th U.S. Congressional District
Melanie Burkholder – CA 76th Assembly District
Keith Blackburn – Carlsbad City Council, District 2
Phil Urbina – Carlsbad City Council, District 4
Ray Pearson - Carlsbad Unified School District Trustee, Area 3
Leslie Schneider - San Dieguito Union High School Board, District 2 https://schneiderforschools.com/august-2020/
Paul Starita - San Diego Superior Court. Seat 30
Kristin Gaspar - San Diego Board of County Supervisors. District 3
BALLOT PROPOSITIONS 2020 - CRWF ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Propositions conclusions NO on ALL Except for 20 & 22
PROPOSITION 14 – NO Is a $5.5 billion bond for research for stem cell research that the State cannot afford.
PROPOSITION 15 – NO Produces a split roll on property taxes. Residential properties would remain protected by Proposition 13; commercial and industrial properties would be assessed for tax purposes making it even harder for businesses to operate in California.
PROPOSITION 16 – NO Reverses Proposition 209 approved Nov. 1996 on discrimination of race, creed or color.
PROPOSITION 17 – NO Would allow parolees from state prison to vote.
PROPOSITION 18 – NO Would allow 17 year olds to register and vote in primary elections if they will be 18 at the time of the general election in November.
PROPOSITION 19 – NO Instead of being able to take your assessment rate with you once when purchasing a new home in the same county, you would be able to move up to three times anywhere in the state and not be penalized.
PROPOSITION 20 – YES Thefts of items worth less than $950 are misdemeanors and no one stays in jail for them. Creates two new felonies, serial theft and organized retail theft. It’s a step in the right direction.
PROPOSITION 21 – NO Rent control law expanding the state’s new rent control law permitting local government to apply it to more housing and including new tenants when they move in.
PROPOSITION 22 - YES AB5 a job killer for Uber, Lyft, and other app-based contractors from classify those workers as employees. Eliminates AB 5 so that gig businesses can continue as before.
PROPOSITION 23 – NO Requiring a physician to be on the premises whenever the clinic is open making Dialysis more expensive.
PROPOSITION 24 – NO Creates a new state agency.
PROPOSITION 25 – NO Abolishes cash bail. A get out of jail free ticket for criminals.