fall 2002 sullislate

Here's how I'm voting in today's election:

U.S. Elected Officials
Nancy Pelosi
(U.S. Representative, District 8)

California Elected Officials

Gray Davis
(Governor)
Cruz Bustamante (Lt Gov)
Bill Lockyer (Attorney General)
Mark Leno (Assembly District 12)

San Francisco Elected Officials
Mabel Teng
(Assessor)
Dan Kelly (Board of Education)


California Propositions
46 - YES
47 - YES

48 - ??
49 - no funding for Arnold's pet projects means everything else is defunded - NO
50 - ??
51 - pork-barrel initiative that promotes urban sprawl, opposed by Rescue Muni - NO
52 - risk of election fraud - NO

San Francisco Propositions
A - Hetch Hetchy needs the rebuild, and it's okay to pay for it with water rates - YES
B - affordable housing is important even if previous bond wasn't so successful - YES
C - very expensive rebuild, need to make project simpler - NO
D - public power in SF would be a nightmare of bad management - NO
E - YES
F - YES
G - YES

H - NO
I - NO

J - YES
K - YES

L - no blank check - NO
M - YES
N - Care Not Cash works elsewhere, current system is a disaster - YES
O - NO

P - NO
Q - YES
R - Condos for Tenants makes sense, we need more homeownership in SF - YES
S - YES

Regional Proposition
BB - BART Seismic Retrofit Bonds - YES


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Posted 11/5/02.  Copyright 2002 Andrew Sullivan.  ?s/!s email: andrew@sulli.org.