California: A Very Important Election

by - September 16, 2014

Despite the virtual certainty that Governor Brown will win his bid for reelection, voter’s voices at the ballot box in November will count more than they have in a very long time. First, because passage of Proposition 1, the Water Bond, is critical to the future of California’s economy and because passage of Proposition 2, the Rainy Day Fund, is critical to the future stability of California’s finances.  And second because of three races for constitutional offices with great importance to how our state is governed. For the first time in recent history, candidates who are unshackled by allegiances to power brokers and special interests have a real shot at winning all three of these important races: Marshall Tuck for Superintendent of Public Instruction; Ashley Swearengin for State Controller; and Pete Peterson for Secretary of State. Tuck is a Democrat, the other two Republicans, but all three of them have consistently put State above party. None of them are career politicians. They are all young but highly experienced problem solvers. They all exude competence, integrity, intelligence, energy and dedication to making California golden once again. They’re all passionate about measuring and delivering results.

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