Donald Trump, Republican

President

Description:

Our 45th President of these United States of America, duly elected by an electoral vote majority of 304-227.

MarinGOP:

Despite unrelenting attacks from the mainstream media and being subjected to the Democrat Party’s unfounded investigations and impeachment, Donald Trump has negotiated trade agreements that help Americans, improved Border Security and implemented policies that led to the lowest unemployment levels in a half-century. All Americans benefited from his policies.

He stands up to our enemies by promoting Peace through Strength. He appoints judges who rule on the law as written, not judges who make law.

He will lead us through the COVID-19 epidemic making the hard decisions that balance public health and economic security. He has our unqualified endorsement for reelection. Keep America Great!

https://www.donaldjtrump.com/

https://usaherald.com/top-ten-reasons-donald-trump-will-remembered-best-president-ever/

Results:

Donald Trump nominated as Republican nominee with 10,572 votes or 84.4% of votes by Republicans. 10.2% of Total.

Ron Sondergaard, Republican

CA Assembly District 10

Description:

District 10. Covering Marin and part of Sonoma County.

MarinGOP:

Ron is a native of Sonoma County and comes from a long line of farmers in California. He has first-hand knowledge of how California's burdensome regulations affect small businesses and family farmers. He will pursue policies that cut bureaucratic red tape and give them the chance to prosper as they did in the past. He has our unqualified endorsement.

https://sondergaard4assembly.com/meet-ron

Results:

Ron came in third with 32,663 votes (18%). Winner was Marc Levine with 112,683 votes (62%)

Dale Mensing, Republican

US Representative

Description:

Congressional District 2. Covering Marin and coastal California up to the Oregon border.

MarinGOP:

Dale Mensing will protect our God-given rights under the Constitution. He stands for individual liberty and limited government. A man of principle, he has our unqualified endorsement.

https://www.facebook.com/gcdaleforcongress.org

Results:

Mensing with 34,858 votes (23%) was second behind Jared Huffman with 98,599 votes (65%)

John Dennis. Republican

US House of Representatives

Description:

U.S. House California District 12

MarinGOP:

Committee Endorsement

https://www.johndennis.com/

Results:

John came in third with 19,883 votes (7.7%). Nancy Pelosi won with 190,574 votes (74%)

Vote NO!

Measure A - Novato School District

Description:

Novato

MarinGOP:

Novato Unified School District has been plagued by waste and budget problems for years. The school board has no coherent plan to address budget shortfalls except to burden homeowners with more taxes.

https://www.facebook.com/NoNovatoTax/

https://www.marincounty.org/depts/rv/election-info/election-schedule/page-data/tabs-collection/2020/march-3/measure/measure-a-tab

Results:

Yes 13,524 (55%)
NO 10,890 (45%) WINNER required 2/3 majority

Our approach to local tax measures is as follows: Good schools and public safety agencies are essential to any community, but these tax increases are being used to finance shortfalls in funding employee pensions and benefits. Despite repeated warnings from financial experts, local officials have not come up with realistic sustainable policies. To get these measures passed, they employ scare tactics such as massive layoffs of teachers and other essential employees. This is bad policy, as these add-on taxes make it harder for young working families to live in Marin.

Vote NO!

Measure B - Tamalpais Unified High Parcel Tax

Description:

MarinGOP:

Tamalpais Unified High School District wanted to double the parcel tax in 2018, but agreed to half that increase in exchange for a local taxpayer group’s endorsement. In the meantime, the new school board promised to come up with a sustainable budget. The Board reneged on its agreement and had the chutzpah to ask for the rest of the increase only 15 months later. We feel this is an insult to taxpayers.

Results:

Yes 36,296 (64%)
No 20,563 (36%) WINNER required 2/3 majority.

Our approach to local tax measures is as follows: Good schools and public safety agencies are essential to any community, but these tax increases are being used to finance shortfalls in funding employee pensions and benefits. Despite repeated warnings from financial experts, local officials have not come up with realistic sustainable policies. To get these measures passed, they employ scare tactics such as massive layoffs of teachers and other essential employees. This is bad policy, as these add-on taxes make it harder for young working families to live in Marin.

Vote NO!

Measure C - Marin Wildfire Prevention Authority Parcel Tax

Description:

Marin

MarinGOP:

Marin’s Board of Supervisors is seeking a parcel tax to support fire prevention measures supervised by an unelected board. We feel that there is adequate funding for these measures and this is best handled by local fire departments and city councils that are accountable to the public. Belvedere and Tiburon agreed with us and opted out of the countywide measure.

Results:

Yes 75,638 (71%) WINNER required 2/3 majority
NO 31,200 (29%)

Our approach to local tax measures is as follows: Good schools and public safety agencies are essential to any community, but these tax increases are being used to finance shortfalls in funding employee pensions and benefits. Despite repeated warnings from financial experts, local officials have not come up with realistic sustainable policies. To get these measures passed, they employ scare tactics such as massive layoffs of teachers and other essential employees. This is bad policy, as these add-on taxes make it harder for young working families to live in Marin.

Vote YES!

Measure D - San Geronimo

Description:

MarinGOP:

Supervisor Dennis Rodoni, who represents the San Geronimo Valley, engineered a backroom deal with the Trust for Public Land to purchase the San Geronimo Golf Course and return it to a wild state, supposedly to protect the salmon in San Geronimo Creek. This was done without input from the residents, against the law which states land use changes are decided by public vote. There is no evidence that the golf course operations were harming the salmon. After hearing from both sides, the Marin GOP endorses Measure D, which restores the right of the people to determine use of the land.

https://savesangeronimo.com/

Results:

Yes 42,271 (39%)
No 65,448 (61%) WINNER

Vote NO!

Measure I - Smart Train

Description:

Sonoma and Marin

MarinGOP:

The SMART Train has been a boondoggle from its inception. An overpaid, incompetent, unelected board of directors is asking for a renewal of the ¼ cent sales a full nine years before its expiration and wants to extend it through 2059. Ridership has been dismal, despite fares being subsidized by taxpayers by 80% of the cost! The COVID-19 epidemic has encouraged more to work from home, further obviating the need for an underused commuter rail. It’s time to stop putting good money after bad.

Results:

Yes 157,590 (54%)
No 136,438 (46%) WINNER required 2/3 majority

Vote NO!

Proposition 13 - School Bonds

Description:

Proposition 13 - Authorizes Bonds for Facility Repair, Construction, and Modernization at Public Preschools, K-12 Schools, Community Colleges, and Universities

MarinGOP:

This statewide measure bears no resemblance to the iconic tax cutting measure passed 40 years ago. It authorizes Bonds for public schools and colleges and will only add to the state’s massive debt. The California School System has had adequate funding for years, but has been plagued by waste. A recent audit revealed that billions of dollars remain unaccounted for. Don’t add to the problem. Vote NO.

Results:

Yes 4,304,013 (47%)
No 4,856,154 (53%) WINNER required 2/3 majority.

California Proposition 13 was the first statewide education-related bond issue that voters rejected since 1994.

 

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