24 Feb 2020 OC California Primary Voter Guide
I try to make it a solid tradition that I post my own Voting Guide each election. Often the primaries are less robust than the general election, and there are less decisions to be made. This is one of those cases. There are only two propositions on the ballot and very few “Republican on Republican” primaries. That said, an important couple recommendations for Orange County voters …
- Diane Dixon in the 74th District. It would be impossible to succinctly say why I so fervently support Diane. I have worked with Diane for years in various Newport Beach matters and know her to be a thoughtful, prudent, and sincere public servant. She is focused, judicious, and wise, and she will make an outstanding assemblywoman. I urge you to vote for Diane in 74.
- Proposition 13 is an utter debacle disaster that belongs in the ash heap of all the other broken promise general obligation bonds that have made California’s fiscal state the laughingstock of the country. This will not repair facilities. They will squander the money. And we do not have the nearly $1 billion a year in additional debt service. They will ask for more money. They will have excuses for why the facilities did not get modernized. And this is hardly the first (and won’t be the last) ask in General Obligation bond money. No. No. No. It is a TAX for FUTURE generations to pay – that’s what DEBT is.
- Peggy Huang for Congressional District 45. Fervent recommendation and support.
- Yes on Measure A
- John Moorlach early and often in State Senate 37th
If you have other questions in other regions or districts do not hesitate to reach out.