2018 Midterm Election Voter Guide
Covering Select San Diego County Area Races
Election day is Tuesday, November 6th. Polls open 7am to 8pm.
Start by downloading this printable worksheet. Fill it out and then take it with you to the polls.
This guide does not include everything that will be on your ballot. For a detailed grid of endorsements, checkout the great work created by sister indivisible group Defending our Future: Indivisible in CA 52nd District.
SDID endorsed candidates and issues are denoted with a ✓
US Representatives (Congress) - Find out what district you’re in here
District 51 - Juan Vargas (D) v Juan Hidalgo (R)
District 52 - Scott Peters (D) v Omar Qudrat (R)
District 53 - Susan Davis (D) v Morgan Murtagh (R)
State Assembly - Find out what district you’re in here
District 71 - James Elia (D) v Randy Voepel (R)
District 75 - Alan Geraci (D) v Marie Waldron (R)
District 76 - Tasha Boerner Horvath (D) v Elizabeth Warren (D)
District 77 - Sunday Gover (D) v Brian Maienschein (R)
District 78 - Todd Gloria (D) v Maggie Campbell (R)
District 79 - Shirley Webber (D) v John Moore (R)
District 80 - Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher (D) v Lincoln Pickard (R)
State Ballot Measures
Prop 2 - No Place Like Home Act
Prop 3 - California Water Bond
Prop 4 - Children’s Hospital Bonds Initiative
Prop 5 - The Property Tax Transfer Initiative
Prop 6 - Repeal The Gas Tax
Prop 10 - Local Rent Control Initiative
Prop 12 - Farm Animal Confinement Initiative
San Diego County
Superior Court Judge
Seat #37 - Matt Brower (D) v Gary Kreep (R)
San Diego City
Want more? Here’s a great sampling of even more voter guides as compiled by Doug Porter at San Diego Free Press
About This Guide
Who we are
Inspired by the national Indivisible movement, San Diego Indivisible Downtown (SDID) is a grassroots volunteer group of over 1,400 members dedicated to resisting the Trump agenda. We are based in downtown San Diego, California and serve members throughout San Diego County.
All information in this guide was sourced from public records, including: local media, city and county records, official social media pages and campaign websites of candidates. Links to many of our sources are embedded throughout the guide. All research was conducted by volunteer members of SDID. This guide is not comprehensive. Our goal is to provide readers with an overview of important local races and candidates. We have included certain biographical information on candidates where the circumstances of the race in question make such information relevant.
Endorsements for candidates without dedicated online pages were compiled through social media and organizational websites.
Dollar amounts noted are cash contributions only. As this number is constantly changing, a date is provided next to the amount. Fundraising totals do not include outside expenditure by special interest groups. Third quarter financial data will not be available until late October.
Democratic Party, club and individual union endorsements are important because they generate people willing to canvass for that candidate. A nod from many elected officials may simply mean the candidate has done a good job of networking.
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