June 8, 2010
Gubernatorial Primary Election

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Information for San Mateo County Voters

Polling Places and Election Officers Assignments for the June 8 Gubernatorial Primary Election
Roster of Candidates
Offices to be Elected at the June 8, 2010 Gubernatorial Primary Election
Election Calendar

Candidate Information

Candidate Guide

School District Measures

Measure E – Cabrillo Unified School District 

2/3 Approval Required

To continue student achievement in our local elementary, middle and high schools; preserve strong academic programs including science, math, reading and writing; keep schools open; retain qualified teachers and smaller class sizes; and maintain updated classroom computer technology; shall Cabrillo Unified School District assess an annual education parcel tax in the amount of $150 per parcel, for five years, with annual audits, citizen oversight, no funds for administrators’ salaries, and all revenues staying in our local schools?

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Measure G – Countywide Community College Measure

San Mateo County Community College District 

2/3 Approval Required

To provide College of San Mateo, Skyline College and Cañada College local funds the State cannot take away and ensure affordable, quality education for students including: training for careers in nursing, health care, technology, engineering, sciences, police, firefighting; maintaining core academics in reading, writing, math; preparing students for universities; and keeping libraries open, shall San Mateo County Community College District levy $34 per parcel annually for four years and establish Citizens’ Oversight, exempt seniors and prohibit proceeds for administrator salaries?

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City Measures

Measure H – City of East Palo Alto 

Majority Approval Required

Shall the Voters adopt the Rent Stabilization and Just Cause for Eviction Ordinance? Passage would 1) repeal the City’s existing rent stabilization ordinance with respect to residential tenancies other than mobile home park space tenancies; 2) update procedures to establish permissible rent levels to maintain consistency with state law; 3) protect residential tenants from unreasonable rent increases, arbitrary, discriminatory, or retaliatory evictions; and 4) assure landlords the right to a fair return on their properties.

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