Here are Editorial Board endorsements for the California 2018 election from Sacramento Bee. Read opinions on candidates for governor, congress, Placer and Yolo County and state propositions for the Nov. 6 vote.
Lisa Murawski, Leticia Garcia and Darrel Woo have been endorsed by the Sacramento Bee for the November school board election. The Sacramento City Unified School District candidates would help fix budget issues.
In the Natomas Unified School District election, the Sacramento Bee Editorial board endorses Lisa Kaplan and Jag Bains for school board seats and recommends that voters approve bond Measure L in November.
For the San Juan Unified School District election, Sacramento Bee endorses Myel Jenkins and Zima Creason for school board in the November vote. The political newcomers could handle a big demographic shift.
The Sacramento Bee Editorial Board endorses Mayor Christopher Cabaldon for West Sacramento, and Christopher Ledesma and Russ Liebig for City Council. Voters should also approve Measure N in the November vote.
The Sacramento Bee Editorial Board endorses candidates Krista Bernasconi and Bruce Houdesheldt for seats in the Roseville City Council election in November. Voters should also approve the Measure B sales tax.
Jill Gayaldo and Bill Halldin have been endorsed by the Sacramento Bee Editorial Board for the Rocklin City Council election. Voters should also approve Measure A, the special tax for parks, on the Nov. ballot.
The Sacramento Bee Editorial Board endorses City Council incumbents Pat Hume and Stephanie Nguyen, and Darren Suen for mayor in the Elk Grove election. Voter should consider population and traffic growth.
In the Citrus Heights election, The Sacramento Bee endorses Jeannie Bruins, Mayor Steve “Sparky” Miller and Porsche Middleton for City Council, as the city faces the future of Sunrise Mall and school complaints.
In the Folsom City Council election, the Sacramento Bee endorses Sarah Aquino, Kerri Howell and Mike Kozlowski among dozens of candidates. Here are recommendations for voting on tax and other ballot measures.
On Nov. 6, 2018, voters should return three Democratic incumbents to Congress, so they can have more power on policy and funding for California and the Sacramento region. Add Democratic challenger Jessica Morse to that list over incumbent Rep. Tom McClintock.
California voters should choose US Senator Dianne Feinstein over state Sen. Kevin de León in the November election. The Sacramento Bee endorses her after the hearings on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Four Sacramento area incuments — Senator Richard Pan, Assemblymen Kevin McCarty, Ken Cooley and Jim Cooper — deserve re-election in the California Legislature race. The candidates have helped their districts.
For the California election, the Sacramento Bee endorses Xavier Becerra for attorney general, Alex Padilla for Secretary of State and Betty Yee for State Controller. Here is the full list of recommendations.
In the race for California lieutenant governor, the Sacramento Bee Editorial Board endorses Eleni Kounalakis in the election. This candidate could tackle housing and homelessness over rival Sen. Ed Hernandez.
In the California governor race, the Sacramento Bee endorses Democrat Gavin Newsom, but says he needs to give voters more information before the election. Republican candidate John Cox has too thin a platform.
The Sacramento Bee recommends California voters vote yes on Proposition 4, bonds for children’s hospitals, and no on Prop 12, banning the sale of some farm products. Here’s why the Editorial Board endorses these.
The Sacramento Bee recommends a no vote on Prop. 3, the $8.9 billion water bond, which is good for special interests but bad for California taxpayers. The proposition on the ballot won’t fix water issues.
Repealing the California gas tax would be a big mistake, and voters should reject Proposition 6 on the state ballot. Caltrans has problems, but CA has a backlog of road and bridge repairs and needs funding.