Borgeas &. Karbassi
Good & Westerlund
Jorgenson, Brand & White
Fresno County Supervisor - District 2
Calhoun, Dictos & Anderson
Fresno County Supervisor - District 5
Poochigian & Magsig
Superior Court Judge - County of Fresno; Office 10
Kelly, Shinaver, Treisman & Lostracco
Measure E Bonds
- Central Unified School District
(55% Approval Required) - School Modernization and Overcrowding Relief Measure to replace outdated heating/ventilation/air conditioning systems to improve energy efficiency, upgrade classroom technology, replace aging portables, renovate restrooms, improve school security, acquire property, build classrooms and schools to avoid overcrowding, providing students access to comparable school facilities, and qualify for state matching funds. Shall Central Unified School District issue $152 million in bonds at legal interest rates with annual audits and independent citizens' oversight and no money for administrator's salaries?
Measure K - Kerman Unified School District
(55% Approval Required) - To acquire, construct, and improve classrooms and student support facilities, including a new elementary school to reduce overcrowding, vocational and technical education classrooms, and a multipurpose room at Liberty Intermediate School. Shall Kerman Unified School District be authorized to issue up to $24,900,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with a citizens' oversight committee, annual audits, and provided no funds are spent on administrator salaries?
Measure Q - West Hills Facilities Improvement District 1
To improve the quality of education, construct classrooms and a library; renovate existing classrooms and facilities; acquire land; improve energy efficiency; upgrade electrical systems to improve access to computers and technology; and make the District eligible for State matching funds. Shall the School Facilities Improvement District No. 1 (Northern Area) of the West Hills Community College District issue $11,800,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with citizen oversight, guaranteed annual financial audits, no money for administrators' salaries?
Madera County Judge
Austin & Li Calsi
Madera County Supervisor - District 4
Silva & Rodriguez
Merced County Supervisor - District 2
Alexander, Price, Sanders, Steed, Walsh, Kelsey & Sherron
Merced County Supervisor - District 4
Kelsey & Sherron
Dos Palos Mayor Term Limits
(Merced County) - Limited to four year term
Mariposa County Supervisor - District 2
Baer, Silverman & Turpin
Mariposa County Supervisor - District 4
Borchard, Cann, Fritz & Phillips
Member of the State Assembly - District 31; Republican Party
Conway, Zellhoefer, Smith & Maze
Tulare County Supervisor - District 1
Christian & Ishida
Tulare County Supervisor - District 2
Isherwood & Vander Poel
Porterville City Council
Hamilton, Hernandez, Martinez, Waller, Ward, Laswell & Shelton
Measure F - Stone Corral School District - $715,000 Bond Measure
(Required to Pass: 55% of votes cast) - To acquire, construct, modernize, and improve our local school, including improved fencing to enhance student safety and security, upgrading restrooms to improve handicapped access, improving access to modern technology, and repairing roofs, shall the Stone Corral Elementary School District be authorized to issue up to $715,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with a citizens' oversight committee, annual audits, and no money for administrator salaries?
Measure G - Lindsay Sales Tax Increase
In order to maintain and improve city services in public safety including but not limited to police and fire protection, code enforcement and other general services, related to the quality of life and public safety of the citizens of Lindsay, shall the sales tax be increased by three-quarters of a cent?
Measure H - Porterville - "In God We Trust"
Shall Section 1.1 be added to the Freeholders Charter of the City of Porterville, designating the phrase "In God We Trust" as the official motto of the City of Porterville?
Kings County Supervisor - District 2
Valle, Kwast & Craighead
Kings County Supervisor - District 5
Taylor, Fagundes & Mattos
Kings County Judge
Laporte & Strickland
Proposition 98 - Government Acquisition, Regulation of Private Property
Bars state and local governments from condemning or damaging private property for private uses. Prohibits rent control and similar measures. Prohibits deference to government in property rights cases. Defines "just compensation." Requires an award of attorneys fees and costs if a property owner obtains a judgment for more than the amount offered by the government. Requires government to offer to original owner of condemned property the right to repurchase property at condemned price when property is put to substantially different use than was publicly stated. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: Increased costs to many governments due to the measure's restrictions. The fiscal effect on most governments probably would not be significant.
Proposition 99 - Eminent Domain. Acquisition of Owner-Occupied Residence
Bars state and local governments from using eminent domain to acquire an owner-occupied residence, as defined, for conveyance to a private person or business entity. Creates exceptions for public work or improvement, public health and safety protection, and crime prevention. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: The measure would likely not have a significant fiscal impact on state or local governments.