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By Alyssa Erdley
News with Attitude 

Your Los Angeles County Common Sense Voting Guide

There is no question about the choice for Los Angeles County Sheriff

 

October 27, 2022

Renee Yolande Chang, candidate for Superior Court Judge Office No. 70 has shown up at Santa Monica events regarding police and crime.

October 20 - Here's how to vote to support one of the most populous counties in the country, restoring as much safety and prosperity as possible from that stolen by a largely dysfunctional County Board of Supervisors and ultra-woke District Attorney.

SHERIFF

Alex Villanueva

There is absolutely no question about this vote. Villanueva is the only power in the entire county that is willing to deal with drug-addicted vagrancy. Nobody else is willing to clean up encampments and deal with those choosing to live on the streets with true compassion.

COUNTY SUPERVISOR 3RD DISTRICT

Robert Hertzberg

COUNTY MEASURE A to allow the County Board of Supervisors to remove an elected sheriff from office.

NO - Actually, "hell, no." The Board of Supervisors should not have the authority to remove another elected leader. That takes away the power of the voters.

COUNTY MEASURE C to enact a tax on cannabis businesses

NO - The government should not pick and choose which businesses are taxed more or less.

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT

OFFICE 60

Abby Baron

David Ganezer

Sheriff Villanueva at a Santa Monica meeting of concerned citizens

OFFICE 67

Fernanda Maria Barreto

OFFICE 70

Renee Yolande Chang

OFFICE 90

Leslie Gutierrez

OFFICE 118

Melissa Hammond

OFFICE 151

Karen Brako

 

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