I was sure hoping for a consensus on Proposition's 1F through 1F, but that wasn't the case at the General Session on the floor of this year's Democratic California Convention. I was an elected delegate of the Humboldt County Democratic Central Committee (HCDCC) and voted to support all the Propositions so the state won't be bogged down further in doing business in the near future. But there were just too many questions and doubts from my fellow Democrats, so I look for all these props to fail. Here are the results on the elections:
Prop 1A- Vote by card count. 58% yes votes. No position taken.
Prop 1B- Yes vote by card affirmation. Prop Supported.
Prop 1C- Yes vote by card count. 67% yes votes. Prop Supported.
Prop 1D- Vote by card count. 52% yes votes. No position taken.
Prop 1E- Vote by card count. 51% yes votes. No position taken.
Prop 1F- Vote by card affirmation. Prop Supported.
Only half survived. Much spirited debate was had on the floor. Going to be a tough election this May 19th. May have huge ramifications in paying state employees during the summer. I will cover more tomorrow.
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