Gay & Lesbian Times Endorsements
Election Day: Tuesday, Nov. 4
Published Thursday, 02-Oct-2008 in issue 1084
Federal Offices
U.S. President: Barack Obama
U.S. Vice President: Joe Biden
Congressional Candidates
U.S. Congress, District 49: Robert “Bob” Hamilton
U.S. Congress, District 50: Nick Leibham
U.S. Congress, District 51: Bob Filner
U.S. Congress, District 52: Michael Lumpkin
U.S. Congress, District 53: Susan Davis
State Legislative Candidates
State Assembly, District 5: Lois Wolk
State Senate, District 19: Hannah-Beth Jackson
State Senate, District 39: Christine Kehoe
State Assembly, District 44: Anthony Portantino
State Assembly, District 66: Grey Frandsen
State Assembly, District 73: Judy Jones
State Assembly, District 74: Brett Maxfield
State Assembly, District 75: Darren Kasai
State Assembly, District 76: Lori Saldaña
State Assembly, District 77: Raymond Lutz
State Assembly, District 78: Marty Block
State Assembly, District 79: Mary Salas
State Assembly, District 80: Manuel Perez
City Candidates
San Diego City Attorney: Michael Aguirre
San Diego City Council, District 1: Sherri Lightner
San Diego City Council, District 3: Todd Gloria
San Diego City Council, District 7: Marti Emerald
School Board Candidates
Grossmont Union High School Board: Carroll Boone
Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College Board, Seat 4:
Mary Kay Rosinski
San Diego Community College Board, District D:
Dwayne Crenshaw
San Diego County Board of Education, District 4: Mark Anderson
San Diego Unified School Board, District A: John Lee Evans
San Diego Unified School Board, District D: Richard Barrera
San Diego Unified School Board, District E: Shelia Jackson
State Propositions
Prop. 1 A: YES – Safe, Reliable High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Act
Prop. 2: YES – Standards of Confining Farm Animals. Statute
Prop. 3: YES – Children’s Hospital Bond Act. Grant Program. Statute
Prop. 4: NO – Period and Parental Notification Before Termination of Minor’s Pregnancy. Constitutional Amendment
Prop. 5: NO – Nonviolent Offenders. Sentencing, Parole and Rehabilitation. Statute
Prop. 6: YES – Criminal Penalties and Laws. Public Safety Funding. Statute
Prop. 7: YES – Renewable Energy. Statute
Prop. 8: NO – Limit on Marriage. Constitutional Amendment
Prop. 9: YES – Criminal Justice System. Victims’ Rights. Parole. Constitutional Amendment and Statute
Prop. 10: YES – Bonds. Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Renewable Energy. Statute
Prop. 11: YES – Redistricting. Constitutional Amendment and Statute
Prop. 12: YES – Veteran’s Bond Act of 2008
Local Propositions
Prop. A: YES – Establishes a regional fire protection parcel tax for improved and enhanced fire resources and services
Prop. B: NO – Amends master plan by adoption of “The Port of San Diego Marine Freight Preservation and Bayfront Redevelopment Initiative”
Prop. C: YES – Charter Amendment designating the use of lease revenue from Mission Bay Park
Prop. D: YES– Makes the consumption of alcohol unlawful at City beaches, Mission Bay Park and coastal parks
Prop. S: YES – $2.1 billion in bonds for school improvements

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