June 2018 California Primary Analysis (VII): Recap and Summary

Whew! My analysis of the Sample Ballot is done. Over six posts on this subject, I have gone through the sample ballot for the “Statewide Direct Primary Election” on June 5. This post provides a summary of my conclusions. For some positions, there are a number of good candidates and I couldn’t strongly settle on a particular one. In that case, the choice order will be indicated by numeric notations ①, ②, ③, ④, and so on. Click on the header for each section of the ballot to go to the detailed analysis post that supports these selections.

June 2018 California Primary Analysis (I): Introduction and Gubernatorial

June 2018 California Primary Analysis (II): Other Statewide State Offices

June 2018 California Primary Analysis (III): District-Based State Offices

June 2018 California Primary Analysis (IV): US Senate and House

June 2018 California Primary Analysis (V): Judicial and County

June 2018 California Primary Analysis (VI): State Measures

Note: 📜 indicates Legislative Constitutional Amendments.

  • Prop 68: Parks, Natural Resources, and Water Bonds: [✓] Yes
  • Prop 69: 📜 Requires Vehicle License Fee and Diesel Sales Tax go to Transportation[✓] Yes
  • Prop 70: 📜 2/3rds Vote to use Cap-and-Trade Funds[✗] No
  • Prop 71: 📜 Sets Effective Date for Ballot Measures[✓] Yes
  • Prop 72: 📜 Exempts Rainwater Capture Systems from Triggering Property Tax Reassessment[✓] Yes
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