Local right-wing activist Todd Juvinall is gloating at the nation’s election results. I guess he didn’t see the local results, compared with what the Nevada County Republican was endorsing.
The details are here:
The Nevada County Republican Party has endorsed the following candidates and ballot measure positions for the November 8, 2016 California General Election.
- President of the United States — Donald Trump HILLARY CLINTON
- Vice President of the United States — Mike Pence TIM KAINE
- S. House of Representatives, District 1 — Doug LaMalfa (382 votes ahead — less than 1 percent)
- S. House of Representatives, District 4– Tom McClintock ROBERT DERLET
- California State Assembly, District 1 — Brian Dahle
- California State Senate, District 1 — Ted Gaines
State Ballot Propositions
- Proposition 51 — NO
- Proposition 52 — YES
- Proposition 53 — YES
- Proposition 54 — YES
- Proposition 55 – NO Results: Yes
- Proposition 56 – NO Results: Yes
- Proposition 57 – NO Results: Yes
- Proposition 58 – NO Results: Yes
- Proposition 59 – NO Results: Yes
- Proposition 60 – NO
- Proposition 61 — NO
- Proposition 62 — NO
- Proposition 63 — NO
- Proposition 64 – NO Results: Yes
- Proposition 65 – YES Results: No
- Proposition 66 — YES
- Proposition 67 – NO Results: Yes
Nevada County Measures
- Measure A — NO Results:Yes— The Nevada County Board of Supervisors has it within its power to fund the libraries without increasing the sales tax to 1/4%. The Nevada County Republican Party supports the library and the good work the library does, but not the increase in the sales tax.
- Measure B — NO Results: Yes— The Nevada County Republican Party determines that the bond amount is too large at $47 million and would cost voters upwards of $100-150 million over the course of 30 years. The Party wants more modest and targeted repairs and a more thorough review of other cost saving options.
- Measure C – Neutral Results: Yes