The California general election ballot Nov. 8 has 17 propositions touching on everything from legalizing and repealing the death penalty to gun control, condoms in porn, drug prices, and plastic bags.
The Los Angeles Times estimates some $452 million will be spent between now and Election Day by groups in favor or against the measures.
It is against that backdrop the League of Women Voters of San Joaquin County will present pros and cons for the 17 ballot measures during a gathering non Thursday, Sept. 22, at 6 p.m. It takes place at the Fellowship Hall of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, and 910 Powers Ave.
The League offers factual, nonpartisan information to help voters understand each ballot measure and the consequences for Californians if approved or defeated.
The presentation is free and open to the public.
Cushman meet &
greet on Thursday
Manteca City Council candidate David Cushman is staging a meet and greet on Thursday, Sept. 22, starting at 6 p.m. at Angelano’s Restaurant at 1020 North Main. Dinner will be provided by Angelano’s Restaurant. The event is free and open to all members of the public.
Cushman along with council hopefuls Ben Cantu, Gary Singh, Eric Hayes, and Jeff Zellner are participating in the Manteca Chamber of Commerce noon forum today at The Emory. Incumbent Debby Moorhead is unable to attend due to a work conflict. Voters will elect two candidates on Nov. 8.
Chamber Executive Director Joann Beattie said the 130-seat event has been sold-out.
The chamber forum also will include Assembly candidates Heath Flora and Ken Vogel as well as San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors hopefuls Moses Zapian and Tom Patti.
The supervisor district includes Manteca north of Yosemite Avenue, all of Lathrop, the Delta and Stockton’s northwest neighborhoods.