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Endorsements for November 6, 2012 Elections

Created: 26 October, 2012
Updated: 28 July, 2022
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State of California Ballot Measures

Proposition 30 – Yes

Proposition 31 – No

Proposition 32 – No

Proposition 33 – No

Proposition 34 – Yes

Proposition 35 – No

Proposition 36 – Yes

Proposition 37 – Yes

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Proposition 39 – Yes

Proposition 40 – Yes

State of California Legislature

Senate District 39 – Marty Block

Assembly District 78 – Toni Atkins

Assembly District 79 – Shirley Weber

Assembly District 80 – Ben Hueso

Counties

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San Diego County Board of  Supervisors District 3 – Dave Roberts

Cities

San Diego Mayor – Bob Filner

Escondido City Council – Carmen Miranda

Escondido City Council – Olga Diaz

Chula Vista City Council – Larry Breitfelder

School Boards

San Ysidro School District Board – Antonio Martinez

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Southwestern College Board, Seat 1 – William Stewart

Southwestern College Board, Seat 3 – Humberto Peraza

Sweetwater Union High School District; Seat 2 – Pearl Quinones

Sweetwater Union High School District; Seat 4 – We RecommendBurt Grossman

Judicial

Superior Court Judge, Seat 25 – Robert Amador

Local Ballot Measures

City of Chula Vista Proposition B – Yes

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Chula Vista Elementary School District Proposition E – No

City of Escondido Proposition N – No

City of Escondido Proposition P – No

Special District

South Bay Irrigation District; Division 3 – Daniel Munoz

South Bay Irrigation District; Division 5 – Ernesto L. Zamudio

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