SF League of Pissed Off Voters Endorsements for November 4, 2014

Here is a sneak peak at our endorsements for November. We’re busy writing up our voter guide to explain why we’re voting this way. Stay tuned for the full guide or let us know what you think in the comments.

Governor — Jerry Brown
Lt. Governor — No Endorsement
Secretary of State — Alex Padilla
State Treasurer — John Chiang
Attorney General — Kamala Harris
Insurance Commissioner — Dave Jones
State Board of Equalization, District 2 — No Endorsement
Superintendent of Public Instruction — Tom Torlakson
Controller — Betty Yee
US Representative in Congress, District 12 — No Endorsement
US Representative in Congress, District 14 — Jackie Speier
State Assembly, District 17 — David Campos
State Assembly, District 19 — Phil Ting
Prop 1: Water Bond — Yes
Prop 2: Rainy Day Fund — No
Prop 45: Health Insurance Thing — Yes
Prop 46: Drug Testing of Doctors and Malpractice Limits — Frustrated No
Prop 47: Lessening Drug Sentencing — Hell Yes
Prop 48: Indian Gaming Compacts — No Endorsement
Board of Supervisors: District 2 — Juan-Antonio Carballo
Board of Supervisors: District 4 — No endorsement
Board of Supervisors: District 6 — Jane Kim
Board of Supervisors: District 8 — No Endorsement
Board of Supervisors: District 10 — 1) Tony Kelly 2) Ed Donaldson 3) Shawn M. Richard
Board of Education — Stevon Cook, Shamann Walton, Jamie Rafaela Wolfe
Community College Board – Four year term — Wendy Aragon, Brigitte Davila, Thea Selby
Community College Board – Two year term — William Walker
BART Board of Directors, District 8 — No Endorsement
Judge of the Superior Court, Office 20 — Daniel Flores
Public Defender — Jeff Adachi
Assessor – Recorder — No endorsement
Prop A: Muni and Infrastructure Bond — Yes
Prop B: Adjusting Transportation Funding for Population Growth — Conflicted No
Prop C: Children’s Fund — Yes
Prop D: Retiree Health Benefits — Yes
Prop E: Soda Tax — Yes
Prop F: Pier 70 — Yes
Prop G: Anti-Speculation Tax — Hell Yes
Prop H: Grass in Golden Gate Park — No Endorsement
Prop I: Artificial in Golden Gate Park — No
Prop J: Minimum Wage Increase — Hell Yes
Prop K: Affordable Housing Policy Statement — No Endorsement
Prop L: Gridlock and Cars Measure — Hell No

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