Register to vote by OCtober 18, 2010
Summary of ballot proposition recommendations
|Prop 19 – YES
||Prop 24 – YES
|Prop 20 – YES
|Prop 25 – YES
|Prop 21 – YES
||Prop 26 – NO
|Prop 22 – YES
|Prop 27 – NO
|Prop 23 – NO
The Green Party of California
official ballot recommendations are in
unison (except Prop 22) with The Los Angeles County
recommendations and Lisa Green's personally except the GPLACC
provided a recommendation on
Prop 20 and 27, whereas the Green Party of California took No position
because the threshold
was not meet per our policies and procedures as a consensus
based equaliterian GREEN Party.
See details here:
Yes on Prop 19: LEGALIZES MARIJUANA UNDER CALIFORNIA BUT
LAW. PERMITS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
TO REGULATE AND TAX COMMERCIAL
PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND SALE OF MARIJUANA
Stop the bad
press about CANNABIS, embrace this healthy eco friendly plant which
provide food, fuel, fiber, medicine and relief for EARTH!
Vote Yes on Prop 20: REDISTRICTING OF CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS.
PROPOSITION INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.
the Citizens united including 2 Green Party voters,
a voice and should be included, all parties, representing the diversity
Vote Yes on Prop 21: ESTABLISHES $18 ANNUAL VEHICLE LICENSE
SURCHARGE TO HELP FUND STATE PARKS AND WILDLIFE
PROGRAMS. GRANTS SURCHARGED VEHICLES FREE ADMISSION TO ALL STATE PARKS
Protect open spaces for nature. Inner and outer. Parks must remain for
our Earth's health too!! Remember the animals love us too!!
Yes on Prop 22: PROHIBITS THE STATE FROM BORROWING OR TAKING FUNDS USED
FOR TRANSPORTATION, REDEVELOPMENT, OR LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Vote NO on PROP 23: SUSPENDS IMPLEMENTATION OF AIR
POLLUTION CONTROL LAW (AB 32) REQUIRING MAJOR SOURCES OF
REPORT AND REDUCE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
THAT CAUSE GLOBAL WARMING,
UNTIL UNEMPLOYMENT DROPS TO 5.5 PERCENT OR LESS FOR FULL YEAR.
Stop BIG OIL companies which continue to set RECORD profits at EARTHs
expense now by voting NO!!
Vote YES on PROP 24: REPEALS RECENT LEGISLATION THAT WOULD ALLOW
BUSINESSES TO LOWER THEIR TAX LIABILITY
Corporations must pay their FAIR share to REMAIN in California.
Yes on Prop 25: CHANGES LEGISLATIVE VOTE REQUIREMENT TO PASS BUDGET AND
BUDGET-RELATED LEGISLATION FROM TWO-THIRDS TO A SIMPLE MAJORITY.
RETAINS TWO-THIRDS VOTE REQUIREMENT FOR TAXES
A step in the RIGHT/REAL direction to make the necessary changes,
eliminate POWER trips for POWER sake. Also should include a simple
majority for taxes but we'll get there.
Vote No on Prop 26:
REQUIRES THAT CERTAIN STATE AND LOCAL FEES BE APPROVED BY TWO-THIRDS
VOTE. FEES INCLUDE THOSE THAT ADDRESS ADVERSE IMPACTS ON SOCIETY OR THE
ENVIRONMENT CAUSED BY THE FEE-PAYER’S BUSINESS.
Vote No on Prop
27: ELIMINATES STATE COMMISSION ON REDISTRICTING. CONSOLIDATES
AUTHORITY FOR REDISTRICTING WITH ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES. INITIATIVE
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE.
This is the attempt to stop the citizens from uniting in Prop 20. Vote
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Vote By Mail (VBM) Deadlines:
|Last Day to Register to Vote:
|| October 18, 2010
|First Day to Request Vote By
||October 4, 2010
|Last Day to Request Vote By
||October 26, 2010
||September 23, 2010
State Assembly 2010 Candidate, 53rd
Green Party of California
Vote Lisa Green Nov 2, 2010