Conservative Voter Guide, March 3, 2020

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It is Election time!

Remember, this guide is NOT an endorsement of any organization I am affiliated with like; LAC, ITW, CMTA, FASICLD, or the school I work at, just me as a private person. So, do your own research (see links below) and remember, even if we do not like anyone, we must do our civic duty and VOTE! Remember to vote character, values and keep in mind faith and reason…

From a friend in the know, “Greetings, California Friends!”

“We are on the heels of the big Presidential Primary election on March 3rd, and to make the process run more smoothly in making your selections, once again I’ve compiled a list of conservative recommendations.”

“For Los Angeles County residents, I‘ve copied ALL the district recommendations below. So, beneath the guide you’ll find a list that I copied off Craig Huey’s “Election Forum” website with all district candidate recommendations. Scroll down until you see the options presented for your own district.”

FOR ALL OTHER COUNTIES, click on this site to find your own office and district recommendations:

https://www.electionforum.org/california-voter-recommendations/

“It’s so important for our people across the nation to pray and make their voices heard at the polls! “

“As for us, our state always goes bright blue but every now and then we DO win a conservative victory. We will never give up the fight!”

“Thanks, Everyone. God’s blessings to you, and may He continue to bless our great nation.”

CONSERVATIVE VOTER GUIDE- California Primary:

(Scroll all the way past the guide for your own district recommendations.)

STATE SENATOR, 25th DISTRICT:

Unfortunately, only a progressive candidate is listed, so leave this category blank.

MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 41st DISTRICT:  Robin A. Hvidston (4 Stars)

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 27th DISTRICT:  Beatrice Cardenas (5 Stars)

COUNTY~ SUPERVISOR 5th DISTRICT:  Kathryn Barger

DISTRICT ATTORNEY:  Jackie Lacey

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 17:  Shannon Kathleen Cooley is uncontested.

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 42:  Robert “Bob” Villa (5 Stars)

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 72:  Steve Morgan (5 Stars)

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 76:  Emily Cole (4 Stars)

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 80:  Nick C. Rini (5 Stars)

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 97:  Timothy D. Reuben (4 Stars)

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 129:  Mark MacCarley (5 Stars)

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 131:  Michelle Kelley is uncontested.

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 141:  Lana Kim is uncontested. She’s a liberal, so don’t cast your vote for her.

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 145:  Troy Slaten (5 Stars)

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 150:  Manuel Alejandro Almada (5 Stars)

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE No. 162:  David D. Diamond (5 Stars)

COUNTY MEASURE R:  NO

STATE MEASURE 13:  NO. NO. NO.

The cost to pay off the bonds would be a total of 26 billion—15 billion for the Principal, plus 11 billion for the interest.

NATIONAL ELECTION / PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE:  Donald J. Trump 🇺🇸

CITY OF PASADENA MAYOR:  Major Williams

PASADENA AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT GOVERNING BOARD MEMBER, TRUSTEE AREA NO. 4: I researched and found out that Tammy Silver is involved with Planned Parenthood. I’m still working on finding out about Hoyt R. Hilsman.

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DISTRICT AND OFFICE RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE “ELECTION FORUM” WEBSITE:

HOW WE COME UP WITH A FINAL RATING

We come up with the final rating by taking the average of the candidate’s Judicial Index and Qualifications. For example, if the candidate had a Judicial Index of 8 and Qualifications of 6, their overall rating would be 7.

Superior Court Judges

Office 17

  • Shannon Kathleen Cooley

Office 42

  • Linda L. Sun – Rating 2
  • Robert Villa – Rating 5

Office 72

  • Myanna Dellinger – Rating 3
  • Steve Morgan – Rating 5
  • Robert Jacobs Rating 3

Office 76

  • Emily Cole – Rating 6
  • Judge Mike Cummins – Rating 3

Office 80

  • David A. Berger – Rating 4
  • Klint James – Rating 4
  • Nick C. Rini – Rating 6

Office 97

  • Sherry L. Powell – Rating 3
  • Timothy D. Reuben – Rating 5

Office 129

  • Kenneth M. Fuller – Rating 3
  • Bruce A. Moss – Rating 4
  • Mark MacCarley – Rating 5

Office 131

  • Michelle Kelley

Office 141

  • Lana Kim

Office 145

  • Adan Montalban – Rating 3
  • Troy Slaten – Rating 10

Office 150

  • Manuel Alejandro Almada – Rating 6
  • Sherri “Onica” Valle Cole – Rating 3
  • Tom Parsekian – Rating 3

Office 162

  • Scott Andrew Yang – Rating 3
  • Caree Annette Harper – Rating 3
  • David D. Diamond – Rating 5

U.S. Representative

23rd District

  • Kevin McCarthy (R) (Incumbent)
  • Kim Mangone (D)

25th District

  • Robert Cooper (D)
  • Getro Elize (D)
  • Christopher Smith (D)
  • Christy Smith (D)
  • Cenk Uygur (D)
  • Anibal Valdez-Ortega (D)
  • Mike Garcia (R)
  • Kenneth Jenks (R)
  • Stephen Knight (R)
  • David Lozano (R)
  • Daniel Mercuri (R)
  • George Papadopoulos (R)
  • Otis Lee Cooper (I)

26th District

  • Julia Brownley (D) (Incumbent)
  • Enrique Petris (D)
  • Robert Salas (D)
  • Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy (R)

27th District

  • Judy Chu (D) (Incumbent)
  • Beatrice Cardenas (R)
  • Johnny Nalbandian (R)
  • Christian Daly (I)

28th District

  • Adam Schiff (D) (Incumbent)
  • Chad Anderson (D)
  • Sal Genovese (D)
  • Maebe A. Girl (D)
  • Ara Khachi Manoogian (D)
  • William Bodell (R)
  • Eric Early (R)
  • Jennifer Barbosa (I)

29th District

  • Tony Cardenas (D) (Incumbent)
  • Angelica Duenas (D)
  • Michael Guzik (D)
  • Brian Perras (R)

30th District

  • Brad Sherman (D) (Incumbent)
  • CJ Berina (D)
  • Brian Carroll (D)
  • Raji Rab (D)
  • Mark Reed (R)

32nd District

  • Grace Napolitano (D) (Incumbent)
  • Emanuel Gonzales (D)
  • Meshal Kashifalghita (D)
  • Joshua Scott (R)

33rd District

  • Ted Lieu (D)
  • Liz Barris (D)
  • Albert Maxwell Goldberg (D)
  • James P. Bradley (R)
  • Sarah Sun Liew (R)
  • Kenneth Wright (I)

34th District

  • Jimmy Gomez (D) (Incumbent)
  • David Kim (D)
  • Frances Yasmeen Motiwalla (D)
  • Keanakay Scott (D)
  • Joanne Wright (R)

35th District

  • Norma Torres (D) (Incumbent)
  • Mike Cargile (R)

37th District

  • Karen Bass (D) (Incumbent)
  • Errol Webber (R)
  • Larry Thompson (Independent)

38th District

  • Linda Sánchez (D) (Incumbent)
  • Michael Tolar (D)

39th District

  • Gil Cisneros (D) (Incumbent)
  • Young Kim (R)
  • Steve Cox (Independent)

40th District

  • Lucille Roybal-Allard (D) (Incumbent)
  • Anthony Felix Jr. (D)
  • David Sanchez (D)
  • Antonio Delgado (R)
  • Michael Graham Jr. (American Independent Party)
  • Rodolfo Cortes Barragan (G)

43rd District

  • Maxine Waters (D) (Incumbent)
  • Joe Collins (R)
  • Omar Navarro (R) (incarcerated)

44th District

  • Nanette Barragán (D) (Incumbent)
  • Morris Griffin (D)
  • Analilia Joya (D)
  • Billy Earley (R)

47th District

  • Alan Lowenthal (D) (Incumbent)
  • Peter Mathews (D)
  • Jalen McLeod (D)
  • John Briscoe (R)
  • Sou Moua (R)
  • Amy Phan West (R)

California State Senate

District 21

  • Warren Heaton (D)
  • Steve Hill (D)
  • Dana LaMon (D)
  • Kipp Mueller (D)
  • Scott Wilk (R) (Incumbent)

District 23

  • Kris Goodfellow (D)
  • Abigail Medina (D)
  • Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh (R)
  • Cristina Puraci (R)
  • Lloyd White (R)

District 25

  • Anthony Portantino, Jr. (D) (Incumbent)

District 27

  • Henry Stern (D) (Incumbent)
  • Houman Salem (R)

District 29

  • Joseph Cho (D)
  • Josh Newman (D)
  • Ling Ling Chang (R) (Incumbent)

District 33

  • Lena Gonzalez (D) (Incumbent)

District 35

  • Steven Bradford (D) (Incumbent)

State Assembly

District 36

  • Jonathan Ervin (D)
  • Lourdes Everett (D)
  • Steve Fox (D)
  • Diedra Greeenaway (D)
  • Ollie M. McCaulley (D)
  • Tom Lackey (R) (Incumbent)

District 38

  • Dina Cervantes (D)
  • Annie Cho (D)
  • Kelvin Driscoll (D)
  • Brandii Grace (D)
  • Susan Christopher (D)
  • Suzette Martinez Valladares (R)
  • Lucie Lapointe Volotzky (R)

District 39

  • Luz Maria Rivas (D) (Incumbent)
  • Ricardo Benitez (R)

District 41

  • Chris Holden (D) (Incumbent)
  • Robin Hvidston (R)

District 43

  • Laura Fried man (D) (Incumbent)
  • Mike Graves (R)
  • Robert Sexton (I)

District 44

  • Jacqui Irwin (D) (Incumbent)
  • Denise Pedrow (R)

District 45

  • Jesse Gabriel (D) (Incumbent)
  • Jeff Gabriel (R)

District 46

  • Lanira Murphy (D)
  • Adrin Nazarian (D) (Incumbent)

District 48

  • Blanca Rubio (D) (Incumbent)

District 49

  • Edwin Chau (D) (Incumbent)
  • Bryan Mesinas Pérez (D)
  • Priscilla Silva (D)
  • Burton Brink (R)

District 50

  • Richard Bloom (D) (Incumbent)
  • Will Hess (D)
  • Jim King (D)
  • Boris A. Brink (R)

District 51

  • Wendy Carillo (D) (Incumbent)
  • Victor Jaun Vedin (R)

District 52

  • Freddie Rodriguez (D) (Incumbent)
  • Toni Holle (D)

District 53

  • Godfrey Santos Plata (D)
  • Miguel Santiago (D) (Incumbent)

District 54

  • Clinton Brown (D)
  • Tracy Bernard Jones (D)
  • Sydney Kamlager (D) (Incumbent)
  • Glen Ratcliff (R)

District 55

  • Andrew Rodriguez (D)
  • Phillip Chen (R) (Incumbent)

District 57

  • Josue Alvarado (D)
  • Lisa Calderon (D)
  • Primo Castro (D)
  • Gary Mendez (D)
  • Sylvia Rubio (D)
  • Dora Sandoval (D)
  • Vanessa Tyson (D)
  • Oscar Valladares (D)
  • Jessica Martinez (R)

District 58

  • Cristina Garcia (D) (Incumbent)
  • Margaret Villa  (Green Party)

District 59

  • Reginald Jones-Sawyer (D) (Incumbent)
  • Efren Martinez (D)
  • Marcello Villeda (R)

District 62

  • Autumn Burke (D) (Incumbent)
  • Robert Steele (R)

District 63

  • Maria Estrada (D)
  • Anthony Rendon (D) (Incumbent)

District 64

  • Mike Gipson (D) (Incumbent)
  • Fatima Iqbal-Zubair (D)
  • David Cunningham (D)

District 66

  • Al Muratsuchi (D) (Incumbent)
  • Arthur Schaper (R)

District 70

  • Patrick O’Donnell (D) (Incumbent)
  • David Thomas (R)

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About Biblical Guy

Pastor, Teacher, Missionary, Researcher, Church Planter, Author and Equipper. Dr. Richard Joseph Krejcir lives in Southern California and is married to the beautiful MaryRuth and a precious son Ryan, a miracle from God. He is a child of God who is committed to biblical understanding, prayer, spiritual growth, and integrity. He is the Founder and Director of Into Thy Word Ministries, a missions and discipling ministry, with a call upon his heart to bring discipleship materials to pastors and everyone who needs them here and overseas. He is also a researcher at the Schaeffer Institute and spent over fifteen years on an in-depth, careful and through study on End Times. He is the author of numerous articles, curriculum's and books such as "Into Thy Word," and is also an ordained pastor, teacher, and speaker. He is a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena California (Master of Divinity) and holds a Ph.D. (Practical Theology) from London. He has amounted over 25 years of teaching and pastoral ministry experience including serving as a church growth consultant.
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