Sacramento Progressive Alliance
Progressive Voter Guide
Recomendations for California Primary Election -- Tuesday, June 6, 2006
Governor: Phil Angelides, clearly the more progressive candidate. He led the fight against Arnold Schwarzenegger assault on teachers, nurses, and fire fighters.
Secretary of State: Deborah Bowen.
Superintendent of Public Instruction: Sara Knopp. The incumbent is the author of the legislation requiring a high school exit exam and an advocate of the current school accountability programs. We oppose him.
3rd. C.D. Dr. Bill Durston
4th. C.D. Charlie Brown.
11th C.D. Jerry McNerney
Robert Haswell. 4th. AD.
County Board of Supervisors:
Larry Carr, 2nd District
Sacramento City Council:
Lauren Hammond, 5th District
Prop. 81. Library Bonds: Yes
Provides funds to build public libraries.
Prop. 82. Pre School for All: Yes.
Provides free, voluntary, quality pre school for all 4 year olds in California.
Prepared by Dr. Duane Campbell, Chair of the Sacramento Progressive Alliance Electoral Committee, and adopted by the General Board.
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