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2018 General Election Endorsements

Congratulations to the winners in the 2018 Primary!

We had some really good wins, because of our support, but not all of our races won. 

If you want the candidates that support us to win, it's imperative that you vote!

State
Governor: Gavin Newsome 


Lt. Governor: Ed Hernandez

 

Secretary of State: Alex Padilla

 

Controller: Betty Yee 

 

Treasurer: Fiona Ma 

Attorney General: Xavier Becerra 

 

CA Assembly District 35: Jordan Cunningham

 

CA Assembly District 37: Monique Limon

 

 

Federal
United States Senator: Kevin De Leon


Congressional District 24: Salud Carbajal

Judicial 
No Recommendation

 

​Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tony Thurmond 

Local Elections

Carpinteria City Council: Al Clark

 

Goleta Mayor: Paula Perotte

Goleta City Council: James Kyriaco

Goleta School Board: Luz Reyes-Martin

Goleta School Board: Richard Mayer

Goleta Water District: Kathleen Werner

Goleta Water District: Matias Eusterbrock

Goleta City Council: James Kyriaco

 

Santa Barbara Unified School District: Rose Munoz

Santa Barbara Unified School District: Ismael Paredes Ulloa

Santa Barbara City College Board of Trustees-Area 2: Robert Miller

Santa Barbara City College Board of Trustees- Area 5: Darcel Elliott

Santa Barbara City College Board of Trustees- Area 6: Jonathan Abboud

Santa Barbara City College Board of Trustees-Area 7: Kate Parker

Santa Maria City Council-District 3: Gloria Soto

Santa Maria City Council-District 4: Rafael Gutierrez

Santa Maria Bonita School District: Abraham Melendrez

Santa Maria Joint Union School District: Diana Perez

 

Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District: Jacob Lebell (not on ballot)

Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District: Sarah Bernard (not on ballot)

Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District: Celine Washington (not on ballot)

 



Statewide Measures
Proposition 1: Yes                                     Proposition 7: No Recommendation                                          
Proposition 2: Yes                                     Proposition 8: Yes
Proposition 3: Yes                                     Proposition 9: (Blocked By the court) No
Proposition 4: No Recommendation      Proposition 10: Yes
Proposition 5: No                                     Proposition 11: No
Proposition 6: No                                     Proposition 12: Yes
 

Local Measures
Measure Y: Yes-Provides funding for Alan Hancock to update much needed infrastructure

Measure B: YES–Allows Santa Barbara City elections to be held in even numbered years

Measure C: YES–Establishes elected succession in case of a Santa Barbara City Council vacancy

Measure G: YES– Establishes eleven member Independent Citizens’ County Redistricting Commission

Measure H: NO– Creates a 5 member Redistricting Commission designed by Special interests FOR Special Interests with major funding from CA Petroleum Association PAC

Measure W: YES– Ties Goleta Council salaries to median income to encourage more people to run for office

Measure X: YES– Provides city of Carpinteria revenue for essential services.

Measure Z: YES–Provides Goleta City revenue for compliance and enforcement services by taxing cannabis retail and business activity