SEIU ULTCW VOTER GUIDE

It’s Time To Rebuild California!
VOTE NOVEMBER 2ND
On November 2nd, we have the opportunity to rebuild California by electing a team of leaders who can move our state forward while protecting long term care. Based on input from our members and their record of support for working families, we recommend the following candidates…

barbara boxer u.s. senaTe

Jerry brown Governor

Gavin newsom lIeuTenanT Governor

Kamala Harris

Tom Torlakson superInTenDenT of publIc InsTrucTIon

Dave Jones Insurance commIssIoner

aTTorney General

SEIU CalIfornIa StatE CandIdatE EndorSEmEntS
US CONGRESS Mike Thompson (CD 1) Dr. Ami Bera (CD 3) Doris Matsui (CD 5) Lynn Woolsey (CD 6) George Miller (CD 7) Nancy Pelosi (CD 8) Barbara Lee (CD 9) John Garamendi (CD 10) Jerry McNerney (CD 11) Jackie Speier (CD 12) Fortney (Pete) Stark (CD 13) Anna Eshoo (CD 14) Mike Honda (CD 15) Zoe Lofgren (CD 16) Sam Farr (CD 17) Dennis Cardoza (CD 18) Jim Costa (CD 20) Lois Capps (CD 23) Brad Sherman (CD 27) Howard Berman (CD 28) Adam Schiff (CD 29) Henry Waxman (CD 30) Xavier Becerra (CD 31) Judy Chu (CD 32) Karen Bass (CD 33) Lucille Roybal-Allard (CD 34) Maxine Waters (CD 35) Jane Harman (CD 36) Laura Richardson (CD 37) Grace Napolitano (CD 38) Linda Sanchez (CD 39) Joe Baca (CD 43) Loretta Sanchez (CD 47) Bob Filner (CD 51) Susan Davis (CD 53)

“Our future depends of all of us doing our part in November and voting to send ULTCW these folks to Sacramento. They’re the leaders we can trust to rebuild California.” – Frederick Lee, In-Home Caregiver
This document is intended for ULTCW member use only.

CALIFORNIA BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Betty Yee (District 1) Chris Parker (District 2) CALIFORNIA SENATE Noreen Evans (Senate District 2) Leland Yee (Senate District 8) Ellen Corbett (Senate District 10) Anna Caballero (Senate District 12) John Laird (Senate District 15) Michael Rubio (Senate District 16) Alex Padilla (Senate District 20) CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY Wesley Chesbro (Assembly District 1) Richard Pan (Assembly District 5) Jared Huffman (Assembly District 6) Michael Allen (Assembly District 7) Roger Dickenson (Assembly District 9) Alyson Huber (Assembly District 10) Susan Bonilla (Assembly District 11) Nancy Skinner (Assembly District 14) Joan Buchanan (Assembly District 15) Sandre Swanson (Assembly District 16) Cathleen Galgiani (Assembly District 17) Mary Hayashi (Assembly District 18) Jerry Hill (Assembly District 19) Bob Wieckowski (Assembly District 20) Rich Gordon (Assembly District 21) Nora Campos (Assembly District 23) Jim Beall (Assembly District 24) Luis Alejo (Assembly District 28) Fran Florez (Assembly District 30) Henry Perea (Assembly District 31) Hilda Zacarias (Assembly District 33) Das Williams (Assembly District 35) Felipe Fuentes (Assembly District 39) Bob Blumenfield (Assembly District 40) Julia Brownley (Assembly District 41) Mike Feuer (Assembly District 42)

Jerome Horton (District 4)

Kevin De Leon (Senate District 22) Ed Hernandez (Senate District 24) Curren Price (Senate District 26) Ron Calderon (Senate District 30) Lou Correa (Senate District 34) Mary Salas (Senate District 40) pending recount

Mike Gatto (Assembly District 43) Anthony Portantino (Assembly District 44) Gil Cedillo (Assembly District 45) Holly Mitchell (Assembly District 47) Mike Davis (Assembly District 48) Mike Eng (Assembly District 49) Ricardo Lara (Assembly District 50) Steve Bradford (Assembly District 51) Isadore Hall (Assembly District 52) Betsy Butler (Assembly District 53) Bonnie Lowenthal (Assembly District 54) Wayne Furutani (Assembly District 55) Tony Mendoza (Assembly District 56) Roger Hernandez (Assembly District 57) Charles Calderon (Assembly District 58) Darcel Woods (Assembly District 59) Norma Torres (Assembly District 61) Wilmer Amina Carter (Assembly District 62) Carl Wood (Assembly District 65) Phu Nguyen (Assembly District 68) Jose Solorio (Assembly District 69) Toni Atkins (Assembly District 76) Marty Block (Assembly District 78) Ben Hueso (Assembly District 79) Manuel Perez (Assembly District 80)

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ELECTION DAY IS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2
Polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. www.SEIU-ULTCW.org

In order to rebuild California, it’s important that we all vote this November. To help answer questions you may have and make you aware of important dates and deadlines, we’ve put together the following voter resource guide. If you have additional questions or need assistance, please call the Secretary of State office at (800) 345-8683 or visit www.sos.ca.gov.

VOTER RESOURCE GUIDE

HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE?

If you’re not already registered to vote, you have until October 18, 2010, to register to vote in the November 2nd general election. Your Voter Registration Form must be postmarked by October 18th or delivered to the Department of Motor Vehicles or any National Voter Registration Act designated agency. A voter registration form can be filled out online at the Secretary of State website (www.sos.ca.gov) or picked up at your county elections office, library, or U.S. Post Office.

HOW DO I VOTE BY MAIL?

If you are a registered voter and would prefer to vote-by-mail for the November 2nd election, your application must be received by October 26, 2010. You can use the application printed on your Sample Ballot that you’ll receive prior to the election, or you can write your county elections office to request one.

IF I’M A NEW CITIZEN, HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE?
If you become a new citizen after October 18, 2010, you can still vote in the November 2nd general election by going to your county elections office no later than October 26, 2010, and showing proof of citizenship and declaring that you have established residency in California. If you became a new citizen before October 18, 2010, simply follow the regular voter registration guidelines.

HOW CAN I FIND OUT WHERE TO VOTE?
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Not sure of where to vote on November 2nd? Your polling location can be found on the sample ballot you receive in the mail or by contacting your county elections office.

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For more information, visit www.SEIU-ULTCW.org

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