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Illustrated by Janelle White

Voter’s Guide to 2020 Elections

University Prep is hosting voting at the MPR on campus on Monday from 9 am to 6 pm and Tuesday from 6 am to 10 pm. We are also providing a voter’s guide made by our own journalists to help others understand each measure, proposition, and local law for each registered voter. We hope the information is objective and helpful to the voter.

Presidential Candidates

Democratic liberalism, social equality, minority rights, organized labor rights, environmentalism, egalitarianism, voting rights. Joe Biden 2020 presidential candidate and 47th vice president from 2009 to 2017. Joe Biden wants to get rid of capital punishment, raise the minimum wage, undo Trump’s immigration laws, expand on Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act), grant money to lower-income communit...

Voter Nominated Offices

  Republican constitution based decisions, extending tax cuts, lower taxes, conservative, traditional values and belief systems,    Jay Obernolte 2020 US Rep District 8 Candidate and California’s 33rd Assembly District Representative since 2014. Jay Obernolte stands for better healthcare that will ease surprise medical bills and will also give citizens more transparency into their m...

City Council Candidates

Propositions

Proposition 14:  gives a $5.5 billion general obligation bond for California’s stem cell research institute and makes changes to the institute’s governing structure and program. For: The Coalition for Stem Cell Research and Cures led the fight to try and convince voters to approve the proposition, and was supported by Robert N. Klein II, Ann and John Doerr. If approved, the ballot measure would a...

Measures

Measure J: Funding low-income areas, affordable housing, capital access, mental health services, jobs. This is a community investment and serves as a purpose of alternatives to incarceration to prevent existing incarceration rates.  If providing these services with the measure, it would theoretically decrease crime rate, the resources would shift from criminal justice to other services. Los Angele...

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