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Remember that this is a ‘‘Top Two” Primary Election, Tuesday, June 3, 2014. Under the  Top Two election system, candidates are listed on the same ballot regardless of their party preference.  This includes all candidates for Congress, statewide executive offices, CA Legislature,  county supervisors, city council and other local ‘to-be elected’ candidates.

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Regardless of what party preference you indicated on your voter registration form,  the registered voter can vote for any candidate. The two candidates receiving the most votes — regardless of party preference — move on to the general election campaign scheduled for  the General Election Day, Tuesday, November 4, 2014. When a candidate receives 50% plus one votes on Primary Election day, Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014, then that candidate is deemed ‘elected to office’. If the vote is less than 50%, then only the top two candidates,  who have received the highest and second highest number of votes, move on to continue to campaign for ‘elected office’ until the General Election Day, Tuesday, November 4, 2014 when the candidate receiving the most  certified votes is deemed ‘elected to office’.

To vote on June 3rd, citizens may register until May 19th.  One may vote in one of three convenient ways: By mail; Early, or at your local community poll. Do vote because that makes you an elected official’s supporter.  Your vote is your voice. And vote in your own best interests.

EARLY VOTING begins on May 5, 2014 at the Registrar of Voter’s Office,  1555 Berger Drive, Building 2, San Jose, CA 95112. Phone: 408-299-VOTE (8683); 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday; EARLY VOTING CENTERS will be open Saturdays and Sundays, May 24-25; and May 31-June 1 at Registrar of Voter’s Office and from noon to 5:00 PM at the following community libraries: Campbell, Gilroy, Los Altos, Milpitas, and Tully Community Branch Library, 880 Tully Road, San Jose, CA 95111.

Here are Hilbert’s recommendations. If you favor a different candidate,  then do vote your own choice.  Remember that local governance is a ‘billion dollar enterprise’ which is supposed to be ‘governed for the people, by the people and with the people’ and is funded by your paid taxes. If you do not vote, you may have helped special interest to prevail. Here are the recommendations as compiled by Publisher Hilbert Morales.

GOVERNOR:  Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown

Lt. Governor: Gavin Newsom,
CA Secretary of State: Alex Padilla
Controller: John A. Perez
Treasurer: John Chiang
Attorney General: Kamala Harris
Insurance Commissioner: Dave Jones
Member, State Board of Equalization, District 2: Fiona Ma
United States Congress, House of Representatives:
District 12: Nancy Pelosi (San Francisco)
District 13:  Barbara Lee (Oakland)

District 14: Jackie Speier (San Mateo)
District 15: Eric Swalwell (Hayward)
District 17: Mike Honda (Sunnyvale-Fremont)
District 18: Anna G. Eshoo (Redwood City)
District 19: Zoe Lofgren (San Jose)
District 20: Sam Farr (Santa Cruz)
Member of the CA State Assembly:
District 24: Richard S. Gordon
District 25: Kansen Chu
District 27: Nora Campos
District 28: Luis J. Alejo
Member of the CA State Senate: District 10: Bob Wiechowski
Judicial, Judge, Superior Court Office No. 4: Stuart Scott
Judicial, Judge, Superior Court Office No.21: Julianne Sylva
Judicial, Judge, Superior Court Office No. 24: Matthew S. Harris
School, Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tom Torlakson
Trustee Area 6, SCC Office of Education: Darcie Green
County Assessor: Larry Stone
County District attorney: Jeff Rosen
County Sheriff: Kevin Jensen
For County Supervisor, District One: Mike Wasserman
For County Supervisor, District 4: Ken Yeager


Measure 41: Veterans Housing and Homeless Prevention Bond Act of 2014: VOTE YES. Measure 42: Public Records, Open Meetings, State Reimbursement to Local Agencies. Legislative Institutional Amendment: VOTE YES. Measure AA: Mid Peninsula Space District: To improve access to hiking and biking opportunities; protect and preserve redwood forests, natural open spaces, the scenic beauty of our region and coastline, critical wildlife habitat, etc. VOTE NO. Measure B: Libraries Local Funding Continuation, City of San Jose, Parcel Tax, 2/3  approval required: VOTE YES. Measure H Parcel Tax Continuation, Evergreen School District, (2/3 approval required): VOTE YES.

Mayor of San Jose:
Vote for Madison Nguyen or Dave Cortese

SJ City Council District One: Paul Fong
SJ City Council District Three:Raul Peralez  or Don Gagliardi
City Council District Five: Magdalena Carrasco
SJ City Council District Seven: Maya Esparza
SJ City Council District Nine: Donald Rocha

It is better to vote early using official objective information and your personal values.  Consult the League of Women Voters at ‘’ to obtain the best non-partisan information available.  From today (May 9th) until the Primary Election Day, Tuesday, June 3, 2014, expect the competitive rhetoric to become more contentious.



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