2020 GENERAL ELECTION

VOTER GUIDE

California's 2020 Presidential General Election is on November 3, 2020. Learn more about the Libertarian Party of Orange County's endorsed candidates, and positions on statewide initiatives and local ballot measures. 

ORANGE COUNTY CANDIDATES

A gold check mark indicates that the candidate is endorsed by the Libertarian Party of Orange County

DOUGLAS EUPER

Irvine Unified School District School Board, Trustee Area 3

CHRISTOPHER GANIERE

Municipal Water District of Orange County, Division 4

SAMUEL ULLOA

Rancho Santiago College District, Trustee Area 5

BALLOT MEASURES

A green "YES" indicates that the Libertarian Party of Orange County supports the measure.

A red "NO" indicates that the Libertarian Party of Orange County opposes the measure.

LOCAL BALLOT MEASURES

Positions on local measures are the official position of the Libertarian Party of Orange County. Measures where "No Position" is taken are not included on the list.

City of Costa Mesa Retail Cannabis Tax & Regulation

Measure V

City of Laguna Woods Advisory Measure on Marijuana Dispensaries

City of Fullerton Community Services, Street Repair, & Emergency Response Measure (Sales Tax Increase)

City of La Habra Cannabis Business Tax/Regulation Ordinance

Measure U

City of Fullerton Fireworks Ballot Measure

City of Los Alamitos Quality of Life, 911 Police Response, Business/Job Protection Measure (Sales Tax Increase)

STATEWIDE INITIATIVES

Positions on statewide initiatives are the official position of the Libertarian Party of California. Initiatives where "No Position" is taken are not included on the list. For more info visit: https://ca.lp.org/voting-guide/

Proposition 14

Stem Cell Research Initiative Bond Initiative

Proposition 15

Tax assessment of commercial properties

Proposition 16

Repeal of Proposition 209 Affirmative Action Amendment (1996)

Proposition 20

Criminal Sentencing, Parole, and DNA Collection Initiative

Proposition 21

Local Rent Control Initiative

Proposition 22

App-Based Drivers as Contractors and Labor Policies Initiative

Proposition 17

Voting Rights Restoration for Persons on Parole

Proposition 18

Primary Voting for 17-Year-Olds Amendment

Proposition 23

Dialysis Clinic Requirements Initiative

Proposition 24

Consumer Personal Information Law and Agency Initiative

Proposition 19

Property Tax Transfers Exemptions, and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies

ORANGE COUNTY REGISTRAR OF VOTERS

For the Full Text and Impartial Analysis of each local ballot measure, please visit the O.C. Registrar of Voters website by clicking the button below.

2020 GENERAL ELECTION
VOTER GUIDE SUMMARY

For your convenience, we have a summary of the Libertarian Party of Orange County's 2020 General Election Voter Guide. You can print it, share it, and have a copy with you when you vote. 

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