Submitted by Chief Editor, Pleshette Robertson
Need a cheat sheet for when you go to the voting polls for the California Primary Election on Tuesday, June 3, 2014.  Print out Sac Hub’s recommendations as we endorse the following candidates.

U.S. Representative, District 3 – John Garamendi
U.S. Representative; District 6 – Doris Matsui
U.S. Representative; District 7 – Ami Bera
Governor – Jerry Brown
Lieutenant Governor – Gavin Newsom
Attorney General – Kamala Harris
Secretary of State – Alex Padilla
Insurance Commissioner – Dave Jones
Treasurer – John Chiang
Controller – Betty Yee
State Senator; District 6 – Richard Pan
Congressional District 9  – Jerry McNerney
Member of the State Assembly; District 4 – Joe Krovoza
Member of the State Assembly; District 7 – Mark Johannessen
Member of the State Assembly; District 9 – Jim Cooper
Council Member; City of Sacramento; Council District 3 – Rosalyn Van Buren
Council Member; City of Sacramento; Council District 5 – Jay Schenirer
Council Member; City of Sacramento; Council District 7 – Rick Jennings
District Attorney; County of Sacramento – Maggy Krell
Twin Rivers School Board: Area 2 – John Dexter &  Area 6 – Lanette Robinson

Proposition 41 – Yes
Veterans Housing and Homeless Prevention Bond Act of 2014 — State of California (Legislative Bond Act – Majority Approval Required)
Should California sell $600 million in new general obligation bonds to fund affordable multifamily housing for low-income veterans?

Proposition 42 – Yes
Public Records. Open Meetings. State Reimbursement to Local Agencies — State of California (Legislative Constitutional Amendment – Majority Approval Required). Should the state Constitution be amended to require local governments to comply with state public-access laws, and to eliminate the requirement that the state reimburse local governments for the costs of such compliance?

Measure B – Yes
Library Parcel Tax — City of Sacramento (2/3 Approval Required)
Should library services for all City residents including children, teens, adults and seniors, be preserved, including after-school reading programs, homework assistance, library operating hours, 24/7 online access, programs for seniors, and other services, by enacting a new $12 per year single family residential parcel tax for 12 years, and specified amounts for other uses, adjusted for inflation, that the State cannot take, with independent financial audits to ensure funds are spent only on City of Sacramento libraries?

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