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Daily Journal endorsements
May 31, 2014, 05:00 AM

Federal offices

U.S. House of Representatives, District 14

Jackie Speier*

U.S. House of Representatives, District 18

Anna Eshoo*

State offices

Assembly, District 22

Kevin Mullin*

Assembly, District 24

Rich Gordon*

State propositions

Proposition 41—YES

Veterans Housing and Homelessness Prevention Bond Act

Proposition 42 — YES

Public Records. Open Meetings. State Reimbursement to Local Agencies. Legislative Constitutional Amendment

County offices

San Mateo County Board of Supervisors — District Two

Carole Groom*

San Mateo County Board of Supervisors — District Three

Don Horsley*

San Mateo County Chief Elections Officer and Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder

Mark Church*

San Mateo County Controller

Joe Galligan

San Mateo County Coroner

Robert Foucrault*

San Mateo County Superior Court Judge, Office Four

Susan L. Greenberg

San Mateo County Superior Court Judge, Office Six

Stephanie Garratt

Local measures

Measure AA —YES

Midpeninsula Open Space District $300 million bond.

Measure A—YES

Sequoia Union High School District $265 million bond.

Measure E—YES

The Main Street Bridge Safety and Accessibility Act. Allows the Half Moon Bay City Council to proceed with plans to address structural and functional safety deficiencies.

Measure F—NO

The Main Street Bridge Preservation Act. Requires any changes to the Main Street Bridge to first be approved by a vote of the people.

*Incumbent

 

 

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