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This year 2014 will have a primary election day on Tuesday, June 3, 2014. There are several local issues which will require the attention of local registered voters. Should the local elected officials to the U.S. Congress be re-elected? Generally, incumbents are almost always re-elected. Do review their voting record by googling. For example, google ‘House of Representative Zoe Lofgren’ (D-CA-19th District) to find comprehensive information. Lofgren has supported legislation impacting small business, Vietnamese Rights, Locating U.S. Patent district office in San Jose, CA, and Immigration Reform legislation.

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The same approach will enable one to learn about Congress member Sam Farr (D-CA-20); Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA-18); and Congress member Mike Honda (D-CA-17). Representative Mike Honda is a popular elected official who is part of the Asian American Caucus and an honorary member of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (He learned Spanish during his Peace Corps service in Central America.)

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Since “all politics are local’ and Jesse Unruh stated “Money is the mother’s milk of politics’, it behooves every citizens to ensure being registered to vote. Learn about the public policy issues which impact your family and friends. Learn enough to vote in your own best intesrests. Too much information is often propaganda. Become able to discern between ‘truth and facts’ from the many interpretations, projections, and other forms of ‘information spin-meistering’ used by major media (print, radio, TV, and the internet).

Locally, voters will impact election of U.S. Congress; the Mayor of San Jose, and many state officials. Go to to see the multitude of elections that will be on the ballot for the June 3rd Primary Election.’ Project Vote Smart’ provides free, unbiased, in-depth information about current officials, candidates, issues, legislation, and voting. It is a project of the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund, a 501(c)(3) nonpartisan organization. It is organizations such as this which are sources all voters should check out before deciding ‘how I will vote’ and ‘who I will support’.

The election of the Mayor, City of San Jose, has attracted many candidates. So it’s certain that the top two vote-getters will have a ‘run-off election’ after the June 3rd 2014 Primary election has happened. Those who vote on June 3rd will select which two of all current mayoral candidates will be in the ‘run-off election’ held on Election Day, Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

Democracy will exist as long as a majority of informed citizens vote. All need to understand that the ‘Big Money’ (or ‘Dark Money’) cannot buy an election when more than 50% of the citizens register to vote and vote. If each of you EO readers wants to send a message to the Koch brothers and their ilk, who have spent in excess of $440 million buying influence to impact local elections. Do contribute a bit to your candidate’s campaign fund. When citizens vote in large numbers, the will of the people is established’ by the people for the people’.

Then elected officials will be beholden to the people rather than special interests. Issues such as ‘Unemployment Assistance’; a woman’s right to choose (Her body; Her Choice); support for better distribution of wealth by establishment of a ‘living wages’ rather than ‘minimum wages’; affordable housing; making jobs more available; reasonable support for education; immigration reform; support & fix the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) rather than trash it; potable water conservation; repair and maintenance of local urban roads; local community funding formula (pre-K to 12 education funding); and others.

Regarding the local potable water supply: When will the officials of the Santa Clara Valley Water District begin to inform its clients that this extended drought is so serious that potable water conservadion must begin immediately? Why the delay in not informing its service area that all reservoirs are very low?

EO projects that with the focused use of IT, it is possible today to influence the decision makers in government, especially elected officials, to do the right thing. As people who are residents of America, we must influence the use of American resources in support of the people and their common weal.


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