2018 November Endorsements & Positions

CITY OF LOS ANGELES

Measure B - L.A. Municipal Bank - NEUTRAL

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Measure E - Realigns City Primary - SUPPORT

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Measure EE - Realigns LAUSD Primary - SUPPORT

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L.A. COUNTY

Measure W - Stormwater Property Tax - NEUTRAL

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STATE

Proposition 1 - Veterans & Affordable Housing Bond - SUPPORT

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Proposition 2 - Supportive Housing for Mentally-Ill - SUPPORT

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Proposition 3 - Water Supply & Quality Bond - SUPPORT

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Proposition 4 - Children's Hospital Construction Bond - SUPPORT

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Proposition 5 - Property Tax Transfer - NEUTRAL

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Proposition 6 - Repeal of Transportation Funding - OPPOSE

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Proposition 7 - Daylight Savings Time Act Repeal - NO POSITION*

Proposition 8 - Limits on Dialysis Charges - OPPOSE

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Proposition 10 - Costa Hawkins Repeal - OPPOSE

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Proposition 11 - Private Sector Ambulance Meal Breaks - NO POSITION*

Proposition 12 - Standards for Farm Animal - NO POSITION*

*Not an issue that impacts our membership. No policy discussions took place.

 

L.A. JOBS PAC ENDORSEMENTS**

Jim McDonnell
Candidate for L.A. County Sheriff

With a law enforcement career spanning nearly four decades, Jim McDonnell has emphasized reform and community outreach. He was first elected to the position of L.A. County Sheriff in 2014 after serving as Chief of the Long Beach Police Department for five years and with the Los Angeles Police Department for 29 years. In his first term, Jim prioritized institutional reform to re-establish trust in the Department, created the first Civilian Oversight Board to build accountability with the community and established the Human Trafficking Bureau to combat victimization of our most vulnerable. We look forward to his continued progress in a second term.

Jeff Prang
Candidate for L.A. County Assessor

The L.A. County Assessor is tasked with determining how much county residents pay in property taxes by evaluating the value of newly built, improved or purchased properties and business assets. Elected to his first term in 2014, Jeff has made great strides in modernizing the office by upgrading the computer systems and moving millions of paper records onto the internet for improved public access. He will continue efficiency and streamlining efforts to make the office more accessible and transparent in his second term.

**The L.A. Jobs PAC is sponsored by the Chamber and has a separate Board of Trustees.

 


2018 June Endorsements & Positions

Proposition 68 - CA Drought, Water, Parks, Climate Coastal Protection & Outdoor Access for All Act - SUPPORT

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Proposition 69 - Motor vehicle fees and taxes, restrictions on expenditures - SUPPORT

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Proposition 70 - Greenhouse Gas Reduction Reserve Fund - SUPPORT

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Proposition 71 - Effective Date of Ballot Measures Amendment - SUPPORT

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Proposition 72 - Rainwater Capture Systems Excluded from Property Tax Assessments Amendment - SUPPORT

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