Sonora, CA — After interviewing the District One supervisorial candidates, Incumbent Liz Bass and Challenger Randy Selesia, the Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce Independent Political Action Committee voted to endorse the latter.
Chamber President and CEO George Segarini stated that both runoff candidates answered the same questions separately and as far as the committee was concerned Selesia was the more favorable choice from a business perspective.
The Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors have adopted the recommendations of the Governmental Affairs Council for propositions on the November 4 General Election ballot.
Proposition One – High-speed Passenger Train Bond Act; OPPOSE
Proposition Two – Confining Farm Animals; OPPOSE
Proposition Three – Children´s Hospital Bond Act; OPPOSE
Proposition Four – Waiting Period For Pregnancy Termination; NO POSITION
Proposition Five – Non-Violent Drug Offenses, Sentencing, etc.; OPPOSE
Proposition Six – Police & Law Enforcement Funding; NO POSITION
Proposition Seven – Renewable Energy Generalization; OPPOSE
Proposition Eight – Eliminates Right Of Same Sex Couples To Marry; NO POSITION
Proposition Nine – Criminal Justice System, Victims Rights; OPPOSE
Proposition Ten – Alternative Fuel Vehicles-Renewable Energy; OPPOSE
Proposition Eleven – Redistricting Initiative; SUPPORT
Proposition Twelve – Veterans Bond Act; SUPPORT
Click California Propositions for a detailed summary of the 12 November 4 General Election propositions.
Written by Bill Johnson