Here are The Sacramento Bee's endorsements, with links to the full editorials:
Thursday, Oct. 9
No on all but one of the 12 state ballot propositionsFriday, Oct. 10
Yes on Proposition 11
(redistricting)Saturday, Oct. 11
Slowey and Karpinski-Costa for Citrus Heights city council
Yes on Measure M
(Los Rios Community College bond)Sunday, Oct. 12
Sen. Barack Obama for President Monday, Oct. 13
Terry, Arroyo and Colley-Perry for Sac. City Unified School Board
Lois Wolk for the 5th Senate DistrictTuesday, Oct. 14
Knight, Smiley for El Dorado County supervisors
Yes on Measure Y
(El Dorado road improvements)
Wednesday, Oct. 15
Cabaldon, Kristoff, Villegas for West Sacramento mayor, council
Yes on Measures U and V
(West Sacramento sale tax extension)Thursday, Oct. 16
Alyson Huber for the 10th Assembly DistrictFriday, Oct. 17
Dan Lungren for the 3rd Congressional DistrictSaturday, Oct. 18
Yes on Measure W
(Davis parcel tax for schools)
Jeff Starsky and Rosemary Younts for Folsom City Council
Sunday, Oct. 19
Kevin Johnson for Sacramento mayor
D'Elman Clark for Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District boardMonday, Oct. 20
Yes on Measure O
(Sacramento utility users tax)Tuesday, Oct. 21
Jennifer Montgomery for Placer County SupervisorWednesday, Oct. 22
Cochran, Haynes, Albiani for Los Rios Community College District boardNo on Measure R, Yes on Measure S
(Placer County)Thursday, Oct. 23
Allard, Garcia and Roccucci for Roseville City CouncilFriday, Oct. 24
Detrick, Maestas and Cooper for Elk Grove City CouncilSaturday, Oct. 25
Vodonick, Cota for Sierra Community College District board
Miles, Launey, Luttgen for San Juan Unified School District boardSunday, Oct. 26
Charlie Brown for the 4th Congressional District
Nancy Bui for the Sacramento Metropolitian Utility District board
Monday, Oct. 27Leland, Kalar and Westin for Washington Unified School District board and Bill Lugg for Elk Grove Unified School District board.Tuesday, Oct. 28
Heredia, Roberts and Adams for the Natomas Unified School District board and Stanley and Reinking for the Folsom Cordova Unified School District board
. Jerry McNerney for the 11th Congressional District
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