Glendale Burbank Republican Assembly 2020 voter guide

This is why it is so important to vote IN PERSON if you possibly can.  Vote by mail is totally compromised.  Early voting is not yet open in Los Angeles County, but you can get more information at the County Registrar Recorder’s site.
Be sure and check your registration, there have been dirty games played there as well.
Voter Recommendations For Candidates, Judges,
Propositions, Measures    —  Los Angeles County
Submitted by  Glendale Burbank /Crescenta Valley Republican Assembly  —
Although we have vetted these recommendations from reliable Republican sources, voters should always conduct their own research.
    President: Donald Trump   Vice President:  Mike Pence



27th      Johnny Nalbandian
28th        Eric Early
30th     Mark Reed
32nd    Joshua Scott
33rd     James Bradley
35th     Mark Cargile
37th     Errol Webber
39th     Young Kim
40th     Antonio Delgado
43rd     Joe E. Collins III
CA State Senate
25th     Kathleen Torres Hazleton
State Assembly

43rd     Mike Graves
62nd    Robert Steele
66th     Robert Schaper
District Attorney:
Jackie Lacey  -A Democrat, but Gascon, also a  Dem,  is funded by SOROS
72        Steve Morgan   (Myanna Dellinger, 2nd choice)
80        James McKay      (David Berger,  2nd choice)
162      Scott Andrew Yang    (David D. Diamond,  2nd choice)
Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees
Seat 3 Lydia Gutierrez
La Canada School Board                                       Burbank City Council
Jeremiah Arnold                                                         Michael Gogin
                                                                                    Paul Herman
14: NO (Issues $5.5 billion in bonds for state stem cell research institute)
15: NO(Requires commercial and industrial properties to be taxed based on market value despite county assessor who says it cannot be implemented)
16: NO (Reintroduces racial discrimination in public employment, education or contracting ACA5)
17: NO (Gives the right to vote to people convicted of felonies who are on parole.)
18: NO ( Lower voting age – Allows 17 year olds – 18 by the next general election to vote
19: NO (Increases property assessments on certain property intergenerational transfers where beneficiaries do not reside on the property)
20: YES ( Re-authorizes felony sentences for certain offenses currently treated as misdemeanors
21: NO (Expands local governments’ authority to enact rent control on residential property)
22: YES (Considers app-based drivers to be independent contractors, enacts industry-specific labor policies including minimum, compensation, health care subsidies and background checks)
23: NO (Authorizes State Regulation of Kidney Dialysis Clinics. It establishes minimum staffing physician on site, consent from the state for a clinic to close and other requirements.
24: NO (Creates new state agency overseeing, penalizing businesses for using your personal information , sounds good but expands government intrusion)
25: NO (Referendum to overturn the law that replaced the privately run bail system with a government run risk assessment of current system for suspects awaiting trial)
Los Angeles County Measures
Measure J                NO   (Significantly defunds law enforcement services)
MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT   Put your mail-in ballot in a safe place.
As you are probably aware, your ballot can be lost, stolen, trashed or used illegally by one of the many people with access to it. Votes tallied in the vote center can prevent that.
Go to the vote center in person and vote with a regular ballot –Surrender Mail-in Ballot and make them “spoil” it in front of you. VIP.
Go to to find the vote centers nearest you.
All Vote Centers are available beginning October 30 from 10AM to 7 PM.
On Election Day, November 3, the hours are from 7 AM to 8 PM.

Put your mail-in ballot in a safe place!
As you are probably aware, your ballot can be lost, stolen, trashed or used illegally by one
of the many people with access to it. Votes tallied in the vote center can prevent that.
Go to the vote center in person and vote with a regular ballot.

4 Comments on “Glendale Burbank Republican Assembly 2020 voter guide

  1. My son went back to school (in Arizona, lucky). I have his ballot, can I give it to the poll workers or drop it by to you in LC?

  2. BURBANK is a wonderful place to Live, Work & Play. But our Public Safety, Quality-of-Life & Media/Film Industry are all under attack from radical “outside” forces that want to tear down & destroy our City & Community; They want to Defund our Police, allow Multi-Unit Housing in R-1/R-1H Neighborhoods, and keep our Media/Film Industry, Small Businesses & Churches closed.

    Michael Lee Gogin is a longtime (13yr) Burbank Resident & Media/Film Professional. He understands how many of us feel in the current “Political” Climate – anxious, frustrated & tired. We have enough to worry about with Covid-19 & the Economic hardships caused by extended shutdowns, without having to deal with local threats to our Foundational Freedoms & Way of Life.

    Gogin is running for Burbank City Council to Protect, Preserve & Promote Burbank. He is the ONLY Candidate who will really Listen to the concerns of All Burbank Residents with an Open Mind and ACT in Our Best Interests – Not Special Interests with an outside Agenda. We deserve a Voice in Local Government who will fight for the things we care about most – Our Safety & Well-being, Our Neighborhoods & Our Livelihoods!

    Please Visit to Learn More & VOTE GOGIN 4 Burbank City Council.

  3. Thank you so much!

    As a lone conservative in this city, it is difficult to compare research notes with others on the local level. All materials regarding voting here is usually biased to the left/ socialist/ i.e bankrupt policies that raise costs/put us further into debt and borrowing and provide little to no benefits that never solve the problems the propositions aim to solve.

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