COPE Endorsed Candidates (and Ballot Measures) for November Election

Your vote is your voice.jpg(Updated October 16) Many of the COPE endorsed candidates from the June Primary have qualified for the General Election on November 4th. 
In addition, a few new candidates have recently been recommended by the COPE committee and endorsed by the SEIU 721 Executive Board. 

Listed below is the final list of SEIU 721 endorsed candidates for November 2014 election.
Federal Races:
Lois Capps for Congressional District 24
Julia Brownley for Congressional District 26
Judy Chu for Congressional District 27
Adam Schiff for Congressional District 28
Tony Cardenas for Congressional District 29
Brad Sherman for Congressional District 30
Grace Napolitano for Congressional District 32
Ted Lieu for Congressional District 33 
Xavier Becerra for Congressional District 34
Norma Torres for Congressional District 35 
Raul Ruiz for Congressional District 36
Karen Bass for Congressional District 37
Linda Sanchez for Congressional District 38
Lucille Roybal-Allard for Congressional District 40
Mark Takano for Congressional District 41
Maxine Waters for Congressional District 43
Janice Hahn for Congressional District 44
Loretta Sanchez for Congressional District 46
Alan Lowenthal for Congressional District 47

Statewide Races:
Jerry Brown for Governor 
Gavin Newsom for Lieutenant Governor 
John Chiang for State Treasurer
Betty Yee for State Controller
Alex Padilla for Secretary of State
Kamala Harris for Attorney General
Tom Torlakson for Superintendent of Public Instruction
Dave Jones for State Insurance Commissioner 
Fiona Ma for Board of Equalization, Seat 2
Jerome Horton for Board of Equalization, Seat 4

Statewide Ballot Propositions:
Neutral on Proposition 1 (Safe Clean and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act)
Neutral on Proposition 2 (State Financial Reserve Policy/Rainy Day Fund)
No on Proposition 45 (Approval of Healthcare Insurance Rate Changes)
No on Proposition 46 (Drug & Alcohol Testing of Doctors/Medical Malpractice)
Yes on Proposition 47 (Criminal Sentences/Safe Neighborhood and Schools Act)
Neutral on Proposition 48 (Referendum to Overturn Indian Gaming Compacts)

State Senate Races:
Bob Hertzberg for Senate District 18 
Connie Leyva for Senate District 20 
Ed Hernandez for Senate District 22
Kevin De Leon for Senate District 24
No Endorsement for Senate District 26
Holly Mitchell for Senate District 30
Tony Mendoza for Senate District 32 
Jose Solorio for Senate District 34 

State Assembly Races:
Steve Fox for Assembly District 36
Das Williams for Assembly District 37 
Raul Bocanegra for Assembly District 39 
No Recommendation for Assembly District 40
Chris Holden for Assembly District 41
Jacqui Irwin for Assembly District 44 
Matt Dababneh for Assembly District 45
Adrin Nazarian for Assembly District 46
Roger Hernandez for Assembly District 48
Ed Chau for Assembly District 49
Richard Bloom for Assembly District 50 
Jimmy Gomez for Assembly District 51 
Freddie Rodriguez for Assembly District 52
Miguel Santiago for Assembly District 53 
Sebastian Ridley-Thomas for Assembly District 54
Gregg Fritchle for Assembly District 55
Eduardo Garcia for Assembly District 56 
Ian Calderon for Assembly District 57
Cristina Garcia for Assembly District 58
Reggie Jones-Sawyer for Assembly District 59
Jose Medina for Assembly District 61
No Recommendation for Assembly District 62
Anthony Rendon for Assembly District 63
Prophet Walker for Assembly District 64
Sharon Quirk-Silva for Assembly District 65
Al Muratsuchi for Assembly District 66
Tom Daly for Assembly District 69
Patrick O’Donnell for Assembly District 70 

Los Angeles County Races:
Sheila Kuehl for Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Seat 3
Jeff Prang for Los Angeles County Assessor
Jim McDonnell for Los Angeles County Sheriff
Dayan Mathai for LA County Superior Court,Seat 61
Andrew Stein for LA County Superior Court, Seat 87
Jay Lewitt for Las Virgenes Water District
Gloria Gray for West Basin Municipal Water District 
Jeff Ebenstein for West Basin Municipal Water District

Orange County Races:
David Benavides for Santa Ana City Council 
Michele Martinez for Santa Ana City Council 
Sal Tinajero for Santa Ana City Council 
Valerie Amezcua for Santa Ana Unified School District 
John Palacio for Santa Ana Unified School District 
Yes on Santa Ana City Measure AA (utility user tax)

Riverside County Races:
Adam Rush for Eastvale City Council
Linda Krupa for Hemet City Council
Paul Raver for Hemet City Council
Troy Strange for Indio City Council 
Gwendolyn Cross for Moreno Valley City Council District 2
Madelene Muntz for Moreno Valley City Council District 4
Juliann Anderson for Riverside Community College District 4 
I. Angelov Farooq for Riverside Community College District 5
San Jacinto: Yes on Measure CC 

San Bernardino County Races:
Gloria Negrete McCleod for San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, Seat 3
Kareem Gongora for Fontana School Board

Santa Barbara County Races:
Amy Lopez for Santa Maria City Council

Ventura County Races:
David Pollock for Moorpark City Council
Bryan McDonald for Oxnard Mayor
Steve Huber for Oxnard City Council
Carmen Ramirez for Oxnard City Council
Ellis Green for Port Hueneme City Council
Jenny Crosswhite for Santa Paula City Council
Ginger Gheradi for Santa Paula City Council
John Procter for Santa Paula City Council
Randy Nemeck for Simi Valley City Council
Andy Fox for Thousand Oaks City Council
Kerry Cleric for Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District
Wes Davis for Ventura County Community College District
City of Ventura: Yes on Measure D

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