CA state Assembly and Senate districts are critical in this election
Original post made by jimf01, another community, on Sep 28, 2012
The race for Californias Presidential electoral votes is a foregone conclusion. The race for Dianne Feinstein's US Senate Seat is as well.
We are at a critical point with regard to the legislature in Sacramento . The Democrats need two additional votes in the Senate and two in the Assembly for a super-majority. If they gain those seats in the November election, they will be able to vote to pass any budget increase, any regulation, any TAX, and Republicans will be utterly powerless to stop them. Governor Brown will be utterly powerless to stop them.
Forget about Proposition 30, the Democrats will just pass their own tax increase. And the voters will have no say.
Did you know that the Governor doesn't even have to sign in order for a bill passed by the legislature to become law? In California, a bill becomes law automatically after 30 days.
Get informed about the new Senate and Assembly districts, and know who is running in your district, and VOTE. Vote the Democrats out in November, or California will continue down the path of tax and spend, we WILL become Greece here in the US.
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