Month: October 2014

CFPUP’s Candidate Recommendations for the Mid-Term Elections

Over the past two days we have brought you our thoughts and how we intend to vote on propositions 1 & 2 and then on propositions 45, 46, 47, and 48. In this video we provide our thoughts on the gubernatorial campaign and end with the Los Angeles County Supervisor race. In between we  provide our picks for Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, Controller, Treasurer, Attorney General, Insurance Commissioner, The Judiciary, Board of Equalization (District 3), Superintendent LA Unified, LA County Assessor, LA County Sheriff, and Measure P. We sincerely hope you have enjoyed our informed (albeit with a...

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CFPUP’s Recommendations on Propositions 45, 46, 47 & 48

  This is part two of a three part series covering ballot propositions and candidates for federal, state, county and municipal office. The entire sit down took roughly an hour which was about thirty minutes longer than we had hoped. So we decided to cut into three sections. This is part two and deals with our views on Propositions 45,46,47, and 48. Part one dealing with just Propositions one and two was posted last night. Tomorrow we will post part three which will cover all of the candidates....

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CFPUP’s Recommendations on Propositions 1 & 2

Whether it is up ballot, down ballot or something in between, there is nothing like an upcoming election to heighten our awareness of the political landscape and get us thinking about who and what to vote for.  Given politics is what we do here, we thought it would be a good idea to provide our viewers with our collective thoughts on who and what we intend to vote for. This is part one of our three part series covering ballot initiatives and candidates for federal, state, county and municipal office.  The entire sit down took roughly an hour which was...

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Americans Don’t Want an Executive Override on Immigration

“When I take executive action, I want to make sure it’s sustainable.”[1] That’s how President Obama explained his decision to delay granting amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants until after the midterm elections. The move is clearly designed to avoid a popular backlash against Democratic candidates in the upcoming midterm elections. It’s easy to see why the president is leery of voters having their say — 10 percent of Americans ranked immigration as the most important factor in determining how they’ll vote this November, according to a recent New York Times poll.[2] That’s higher than the percentage concerned about...

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