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Vote November 4, 2014
Election Day is Tuesday, November 4, 2014
We have put together a guide on the November ballot initiatives to help inform your vote. We
believe that an informed electorate has the power to create a fairer justice system and a healthy
society. Voting is the best way to inform our government of our community’s needs and
priorities. You have the chance to make your voice heard – vote this November 4, 2014!
Proposition 1 – Neutral
Proposition 2 – Neutral
Proposition 45 – NO
Proposition 46 – NO
Proposition 47 – YES
Proposition 48 – Neutral
Proposition 1: Neutral
Measure would authorize the State to borrow $7.5 billion in bonds to renovate California’s water
supply and storage systems. Measure increases debt to California’s general fund. Measure
directs funds to projects benefiting low-income communities in Los Angeles and the Central
Western Growers, CA Chamber of Commerce, Meg Whitman, CA Democratic Party, Silicon
Valley Leadership Group, Bay Area Council, Association of California Water Agencies,
California Alliance for Jobs, Community Water Center, Clean Water Action
Friends of the River, Food & Water Watch, United Farm Workers, Planning and Conservation
League, Rep. Bill Berryhill, Change to Win, California Tax Reform Association
Proposition 2: Neutral
Decreases current required 3% to 1.5% of California general fund revenues into a reserve
account. Measure requires the State to save more at a time when funding for education and
social services have not been fully restored.
California Democratic Party, Governor Jerry Brown, Assembly member John Perez, Loni
Hancock, San Jose Mercury News
Association of California School Administrators, Ellen Brown, Green Party Candidate for State
Treasurer, Educate our State, California Association of School Business Officials
Proposition 45: NO
Measure would expand health insurance regulation by requiring approval from the Insurance
Commissioner before a health insurer can change health insurance rates.
Consumer Watchdog, CA Democratic Party, Senators Dianne Feinstein & Barbara Boxer,
Dolores Huerta, Orange County Schools Educators Association (OCSEA), LAANE, California
Partnership (CAP), Health Access California Alliance for Retired Americans, California
Federation of Teachers, (CFT), California Nurses Association (CAN), Courage Campaign,
AFSCME District 57, 36, United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW), California School
Employees Association (CSEA)
SEIU ULTCW, California Hospital Association, California Medical Association, Californians Against Higher
Healthcare Costs, CA Chamber of Commerce, State Building and Construction Trades Council
of CA, CA Association of Health Plans, Service Employees International Union, CA (SEIU CA),
Latino Physicians of California
Proposition 46: NO
Measure requires drug and alcohol testing of doctors and reporting of positive tests to the
California Medical Board and also increases the state’s cap in medical negligence lawsuits from
current cap of $250,000 to over $1 million.
Sen. Barbara Boxer, Consumer Watchdog, Consumer Attorneys of CA, 38 Is Too Late, Congress
of California Seniors, California Teamsters Public Affairs Counsel, California Conference
Board–Amalgamated Transit Union
SEIU ULTCW, La Clinica de la Raza, Civil Justice Association of CA, CA Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse, CA
Medical Association, CA Hospital Association, CA Chamber of Commerce, Service Employees
International Union CA, (SEIU CA), SEIU United Long Term Care Workers (SEIU ULTCW),
AFSCME, ACLU, Planned Parenthood, , California Teachers Association, ACLU of California,
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Plumbers & Pipefitters
Proposition 47: YES
Measure would save the state between $750 million to $1.25 billion by reducing sentencing for
low-level nonviolent crimes from a felony to a misdemeanor. Savings to be spent on victim
services, school truancy and dropout prevention, mental health and substance abuse treatment.
SEIU ULTCW, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights Los Angeles (CHIRLA), California Partnership (CAP),
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN), CA Democratic Party, Jay Z,
Californians for Safety & Justice, League of Women Voters, PICO California, Service
Employees International Union CA (SEIU CA), San Francisco DA George Gascón, Humboldt
County DA Paul Gallegos, Former San Diego and San Jose Police Chief William Landsdowne,
Marin County Superintendent of Schools Mary Jane Burke, B. Wayne Hughes Jr., businessman
and philanthropist, CA Labor Federation, and Santa Clara County DA Jeff Rosen
CA District Attorney Assoc., Californians against Prop 47 sponsored by California Public Safety
Institute of Californians, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, CA State Sheriffs Assoc.,
CA Grocers Assoc., CA Retailers Assoc., Crime Victims Action Alliance, Crime Victims
United, CA Fraternal Order of Police, CA Police Chiefs Assoc., CA Narcotics Officers Assoc.
Proposition 48: Neutral
Measure authorizes two gaming compacts to build a new casino off Highway 99. Measure
creates 4,000 union jobs but is exempt from environmental review.
State Building and Construction Trades Council of CA, UNITE HERE!, Gov. Brown, CA
Democratic Party, Table Mountain Rancheria, Chukchansi Economic Development Authority,
Club One Casino, CA Labor Federation
Stand Up For California!
* Partial list of supporters and opponents.
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The Administrative Assistant provides administrative services in support of the various SEIU-ULTCW Departments, membership and staff to accomplish the organizational goals. The position may be located in offices across the state and would primarily report to the Deputy Director of Operations.
Duties and Responsibilities:
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Required Skills, Abilities and Experience:
Sitting at a computer workstation for extended periods (up to four hours at a time) typing. Lifting up to 20 pounds. Employees must recognize that working in the labor movement is tough, demanding work, which sometimes requires working long or irregular hours that may necessitate over time. Some limited travel may be required.
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Administrative Assistants may report to assigned Department managers on a day-to-day basis as well as to the Deputy Director of Operations. Supervision and direction may change on a campaign-by-campaign or project-by-project basis.
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