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STATEWIDE PROPOSITIONS Proposition 19: Legalize and Tax Marijuana

Napa Chamber of Commerce: NO

California Chamber of Commerce: NO

California Manufacturers and Technology Association: NOProposition 20: Congressional Redistricting

Napa Chamber of Commerce: YES

North Bay Leadership Council: YES

California Chamber of Commerce: YES

Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce: YES

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association:  YES

North Coast Builders Exchange:  YES

California Manufacturers and Technology Association: YES

Proposition 21: Vehicle License Fee Surcharge for Parks

California League of Conservation Voters: YES

Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce: YES

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association: NO

North Coast Builders Exchange:  NOProposition 22: Would Ban State Borrowing from Local Governments

Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce: YES

Napa Chamber of Commerce: YES

California Chamber of Commerce: YES

Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce: YES

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association: YES

North Coast Builders Exchange:  YES

Proposition 23: Would Suspend AB 32 (Air Pollution Control Law)

Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce: NO

Napa Chamber of Commerce: NO

North Bay Leadership Council: NO

California League of Conservation Voters: NO

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association:  YES

North Coast Builders Exchange: YES

California Manufacturers and Technology Association: YESProposition 24: Repeals Law Allowing Businesses to Lower Tax Liability

Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce: NO

Napa Chamber of Commerce: NO

California Chamber of Commerce: NO

Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce: NO

North Coast Builders Exchange:  NO

California Manufacturers and Technology Association: NOProposition 25: Changes Legislative Vote Requirement to Pass Budget and Budget-Related Legislation from Two-Thirds to a Simple Majority but Retains Two-Thirds Vote for Taxes

Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce: YES

California League of Conservation Voters: YES

California Chamber of Commerce: NO

Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce: NO

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association: NO

North Coast Builders Exchange: NO

California Manufacturers and Technology Association: NOProposition 26: Requires Certain State/Local Fees be Approved by Two-Thirds Vote

Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce: NO

Napa Chamber of Commerce: YES

California League of Conservation Voters: NO

California Chamber of Commerce: YES

Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce: YES

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association:  YES

North Coast Builders Exchange:  YES

California Manufacturers and Technology Association: YESProposition 27: Would Eliminate State Commission on Redistricting

Napa Chamber of Commerce: NO

North Bay Leadership Council: NO

California League of Conservation Voters: YES

California Chamber of Commerce: NO

Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce: NO

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association:  NO

North Coast Builders Exchange: NOLOCAL MEASURESNorth Bay Leadership Council:

Sonoma County Measure W: SCTA’s Proposed $10 Annual Vehicle Fee – YES

Marin County Measure B:  Increase Vehicle Registration Fee by $10 for Transportation Improvements – YESNovato Chamber of Commerce:

Measure S:  Water District Should Study Desalination Plant Proposal Before Voting – YES

Measure T:  Water District Should Vote for Plant Before Doing Desalination Study – NOSan Rafael Chamber of Commerce:

Measure C: Parcel Tax Would Support Public Libraries and Operations – YES

San Rafael Zoning Amendments: Regarding Use Permits and Parking Requirements – YESSanta Rosa Chamber of Commerce:

Measure N: Amend Civil Service Ordinance 305A to Make Sonoma County’s Director of Human Resources an Appointed Position – YES

Measure O: Santa Rosa Urban Growth Boundary Extension – YES

Measure P: City of Santa Rosa One-Quarter Cent Sales Tax – NO

Measure W: SCTA’s Proposed $10 Annual Vehicle Fee – NO

Petaluma Area Chamber of Commerce:

Measure U:  Would Roll Back Sewer Rates to 2006 Levels – NO

North Coast Builders Exchange:

Measure O: Santa Rosa Urban Growth Boundary Extension – NO

Measure Q: Cloverdale Establishment of Urban Growth Boundary – NO

Measure T: Petaluma Urban Growth Boundary Extension – NO

Measure U: Petaluma Sewer Rate Rollback Initiative – NOCANDIDATE ENDORSEMENTSNapa Chamber of Commerce:

Peter Mott, Napa City Council

Gordon Huether, Napa City Council

Jeff Parady, Napa County Supervisor Third DistrictSan Rafael Chamber of Commerce:

Kerry Mazzoni, Marin County SupervisorSanta Rosa Chamber of Commerce:

Scott Bartley, Santa Rosa City Council

Juan Hernandez, Santa Rosa City Council

Jeff Ours, Santa Rosa City CouncilSonoma County Alliance:

Scott Bartley, Santa Rosa City Council

Juan Hernandez, Santa Rosa City Council

Jake Ours, Santa Rosa City Council

Joe Palla, Cloverdale City Council

Gail Pardini-Plass, Cloverdale City Council

Pat Gilardi, Cotati City Council

Mark Landman, Cotati City Council

Steve Babb, Healdsburg City Council

Jim Wood, Healdsburg City Council

Jeff Mayne, Petaluma Mayor

Chris Albertson, Petaluma City Council

Ray Johnson, Petaluma City Council

Karen Nau, Petaluma City Council

Amy Ahanotu, Rohnert Park City Council

Pam Stafford, Rohnert Park City Council

Ron Basso, Sebastopol City Council

Patrick Slaytor, Sebastopol City Council

Steve Barbose, Sonoma City Council

David Rabbitt, Sonoma County Supervisor Second District

North Coast Builders Exchange:

Joe Palla, Cloverdale City Council

Gail Pardini-Plass, Cloverdale City Council

Jim Wood, Healdsburg City Council

Susan Jones, Healdsburg City Council

Jeff Mayne, Petaluma Mayor

Christ Albertson, Petaluma City Council

Karen Nau, Petaluma City Council

Ray Johnson, Petaluma City Council

Pam Stafford, Rohnert Park City Council

Amy Ahanotu, Rohnert Park City Council

Scott Bartley, Santa Rosa City Council

Juan Hernandez, Santa Rosa City Council

Jake Ours, Santa Rosa City Council

Ron Basso, Sebastopol City Council

Patrick Slaytor, Sebastopol City Council

David Rabbitt, Sonoma County Supervisor Second DistrictNorth Bay Leadershp Council:

Scott Bartley, Santa Rosa City Council

Juan Hernandez, Santa Rosa City Council

Jake Ours, Santa Rosa City Council

Amy Ahanotu, Rohnert Park City Council

Pam Stafford, Rohnert Park City Council

Chris Albertson, Petaluma City Council

Mike Harris, Petaluma City Council

Ray Johnson, Petaluma City Council

Karen Nau, Petaluma City Council

Jeff Mayne, Petaluma Mayor

David Rabbitt, Sonoma County Supervisor Second District