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California Voter Guide
How To Vote For, Not Against, Your Values
Ratings: Every candidate is considered after thorough research; we also have a questionnaire for candidates to complete.
Our highest ratings go to candidates who will defend freedom, stand for free enterprise, or have a conservative worldview based on their ability to stand firm against efforts to increase taxes, size of government, weaken law and order, and crush individual freedom. Here is our rating system:
***** The best candidate. Our strongest endorsement
**** Very good
** Vote only to prevent worse candidate(s) from winning
* Terrible. Do Not Vote. All your other votes will count
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|Proposition 1||Right to Reproductive Freedom Amendment||Vote No|
|Proposition 26||Legalize Sports Betting on American Indian Lands Initiative||Vote No|
|Proposition 27||Legalize Sports Betting and Revenue for Homelessness Prevention Fund Initiative||Vote No|
|Proposition 28||Art and Music K-12 Education Funding Initiative||Vote No|
|Proposition 29||Dialysis Clinic Requirements Initiative||Vote No|
|Proposition 30||Tax on Income Above $2 Million for Zero-Emissions Vehicles and Wildfire Prevention Initiative||Vote No|
|Proposition 31||Flavored Tobacco Products Ban Referendum||Vote No|
Judges sitting on the courts may be incompetent, corrupt or lazy. Even worse, many are political opportunists with a political agenda.
There are two types of judges: judicial activists and strict constructionists. A judicial activist legislates from the bench. Instead of strictly interpreting law, these judges make the laws. Instead of applying the law to facts, they rule based on their own values.
Judicial activists overturn voter-passed initiatives and laws passed by the state legislature because they personally have a different belief system, twist the law to rationalize their decisions, and impose their own moral codes, political beliefs, and secular values in an effort to reshape our society and promote social engineering.
Strict constructionists impartially arrive at a fair judgment based on law.
Judicial activists are usually more liberal; strict constructionists are usually more conservative.
HOW WE COME UP WITH A FINAL RATING
Judges are rated on a scale of 1-5 — 5 being best.
5 Stars – The best candidate. Our strongest endorsement
4 Stars – Very good
3 Stars – Acceptable
2 Stars – Vote only to prevent worse candidate(s) from winning
1 Star – Terrible. Do Not Vote, Unless We Say Endorsed. All Other Votes Will Count
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