Maya Barron created this comparison chart of different organizations' and political parties' CA ballot props recommendations. Election Day is November 6th and early voting has already begun.
Please note: Updated version (10/10) with 2 changes. LA Times is No on Prop 8 and CLUE is Neutral on Prop 3.
As requested, the source links for the various ballot recs in the chart are listed below:
- ACLU: https://www.aclusocal.org/en/aclu-socal-ballot-guide-2018
- LA Forward: https://www.losangelesforward.org/ballot/
- CLUE & PICO: I received these recs through personal emails and I don't think the orgs have posted voter guides on their websites yet but the links are...
- CLUE: http://www.cluejustice.org/
- PICO: http://www.picocalifornia.org/
- CA Labor Fed: https://calaborfed.org/endorsements/2018-general-election-endorsements/
- CA Teachers Assoc: https://campaign2018cta.org/recommendations/
- Sierra Club: https://www.sierraclub.org/california/2018-endorsements
- League of Women Voters LWV: https://lwvc.org/news/our-voting-recommendations-november-ballot-measures
- California Chamber of Commerce: https://advocacy.calchamber.com/elections/ballot-measures/
- LA Times: http://www.latimes.com/opinion/endorsements/
- Democratic Party: https://cadem.org/propositions
- Repubublican Party: https://www.cagop.org/cagop_voterguide
- Green Party: http://www.cagreens.org/elections/propositions
Also highly recommend these sources for info (not recommendations)
- KPCC Voter Game Plan: http://elections.laist.com/props/
- CALmatters Voter Guide: https://elections.calmatters.org/2018/california-ballot-measures
“You cannot define a person on just one thing. You can’t just forget all these wonderful and good things that a person has done because one thing didn’t come off the way you thought it should come off.” - Aretha Franklin
Hey there! Different organizations from the Progressive Alliance are partnering to collect supplies and donations to help local organization, Al Otro Lado, near the border who are helping folks. What can you do? GOAL: 1st trip to the San Ysidro border crossing is July 4th!
Orgs/groups/individuals on board so far: Alpha Alliance, SB Pride, Catalina's List, Chicano Latino Caucus, San Bernardino County Young Democrats, Julia Peacock for Congress, Inland Empire for Our Revolution... check out their next meetings as drop-off events.
We need a truck. Outreach. People power. Stay tuned for details on drop off locations and volunteers who can pick up supplies.
Supplies Wish List:
- Powdered milk
- Dish soap
- Medium size garbage bags
- Aluminum foil
- Vegetable oil
- Toilet paper
- Men’s pants waist sizes 28 to 34
- Women’s pants small and medium
- Jackets for men and women
- Men’s tennis shoes sizes 8 to 91/2
- Women’s tennis shoes up to size 7
- Women’s flip flops or sandals
- Underwear-for men and women small and medium
- Travel size toiletries:
- Tooth paste
- Tooth brushes
- Body lotion
- Deodorant for men and women
Quote of the day:
Be a nuisance when it counts. Do your part to inform and stimulate the public to join your action. Be depressed, discouraged, & disappointed at failure & the disheartening effects of ignorance, greed, corruption & bad politics — but never give up. - Marjory Stoneman Douglas
text: Quote of the Day, Progressive Alliance of the Inland Empire square logo, with tagline: A coalition for peace and justice. Quote: "A revolution is coming - a revolution which will be peaceful if we are wise enough; compassionate if we care enough; successful if we are fortunate enough - but a revolution which is coming whether we will it or not. We can affects its character; we cannot alter its inevitability." Robert F. Kennedy, Senator
text: Quote of the Day, Progressive Alliance of the Inland Empire square logo, with tagline: A coalition for peace and justice.
Quote: "If they don't give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair." - Shirley Chisholm, U.S. Representative
Introducing a new feature to inspire the movement. QOTD brought to you Tuesdays-Saturdays. Send suggestions to email@example.com.
June 6, 2018
"There are three critical ingredients to democratic renewal and progressive change in America: good public policy, grassroots organizing and electoral politics." - Paul Wellstone, U.S. Senator
After the dismal turnout (less than 25% statewide) in the California Primary, and only 17% and 19% in Riverside and San Bernardino, respectively; few progressive gains in our electoral politics; and a huge November on the horizon; it is clear our grassroots organizing game needs to move into overdrive. How will we do that? What are you willing to bring to the table? Who are you willing to work with?
Voters across the state will cast their ballots in the June 5 statewide primary election to elect California's new governor among other important races, including our Congressional and state representative races. The top two candidates picked by voters will advance to the November ballot.
Be sure to visit your polling place tomorrow and vote between 7 AM and 8 PM to make sure your voice is heard as we elect our state's leaders.
Still Haven't Registered to Vote or Need to Update your Voter Registration?
It's not too late! Thanks to the recent implementation of Conditional Voter Registration, also known as Same Day Registration, Californians can now register and vote on the same day at their county elections office or other designated locations after the voter registration deadline. Locations are listed for IE that will offer Conditional Voter Registration
San Bernardino County
*San Bernardino Elections Office 777 East Rialto Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92415-0770 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
*Lake Arrowhead Fire Station #91301 S. State Highway 173, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352
*Victorville City Hall 14343 Civic Drive, Victorville, CA 92392
*Montclair Branch Library 9955 Fremont Avenue, Montclair, CA 91763
*Yucca Valley Elks Lodge, BPOE @231455946 Yucca Trail, Yucca Valley, CA 92284
*Registrar of Voters Office 2724 Gateway Drive, Riverside, CA 92507-0918
Our local partners including CA Partnership, Inland Empowerment and others have partnered in the "Million Voters Project" and have put together this informative Voter Guide for the 2018 Primary Election happening on June 5th.
Of course, our individual members and groups in the Progressive Alliance of the Inland Empire have their candidate endorsements, however, as an alliance we do not have one "slate" of candidates recommended. Please do your research and/or reach out to someone you trust and get some guidance on some of the local campaigns on the ballot. Every vote matters and can make a difference.
See below for more. Click here to download a PDF brochure of the voter guide.Read more