Phone: 408.269.4332
LOCAL 332
2020 Voter Guide
Updated On: Oct 16, 2020


IBEW LOCAL 332 ENDORSEMENTS

FEDERAL

U.S. House of Representatives, District 17 Rho Khanna
U.S. House of Representatives, District 18 Anna Eshoo
U.S. House of Representatives, District 19 Zoe Lofgren
U.S. House of Representatives, District 20 Jimmy Panetta

STATE

California State Senate, District 13 Josh Becker
California State Senate, District 15 *priority race Dave Cortese
California State Senate, District 17 John Laird
California State Assembly, District 24 Marc Berman
California State Assembly, District 25 Alex Lee
California State Assembly, District 27 Ash Kalra
California State Assembly, District 29 Mark Stone
California State Assembly, District 30 Robert Rivas

COUNTY

Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, District 3 Kansen Chu
Santa Clara County Board of Education, Area 1 Melissa Baten Caswell
Santa Clara County Board of Education, Area 3 Rosemary Kemei
Santa Clara County Board of Education, Area 4 Ketzal Gomez
Santa Clara County Board of Education, Area 5 Victoria Chon
San Benito County Board of Supervisors, District 2 Wayne Norton

CITY

Campbell City Council, District 1 Anne Souza
Campbell City Council, District 2 Sergio Lopez
Cupertino City Council CHOOSE ONLY 2: Hung Wei, Joseph “J.R.” Fruen
Gilroy City Council CHOOSE ONLY 2: Rebeca Armendariz, 
Zach Hilton
Hollister Mayor Sal Mora
Milpitas City Council CHOOSE 2: Anthony Phan, Bob Nuñez
Morgan Hill City Council Member, District C Rene Spring
Morgan Hill Mayor Rich Constantine
Mountain View City Council CHOOSE UP TO 4: Sally Lieber, Pat Showalter, Margaret Abe-Koga, Lisa Matrichak
Purissima Hills Water Director (short term) Sarah “Essy” Stone
Palo Alto City Council Cari Templeton
San Jose City Council, District 4 *priority race David Cohen
San Jose City Council, District 6 *priority race Jake Tonkel
Santa Clara City Council, District 1 Kathy Watanabe
Santa Clara City Council, District 4 Teresa O’Neill
Santa Clara City Council, District 5 Bob O'Keefe
Santa Clara City Council, District 6 Robert Mezzetti
Santa Clara Unified, Trustee Area 2 CHOOSE 2: Bonnie Lieberman, Albert Gonzalez
Santa Clara Unified, Trustee Area 3 Andrew Knaack
San Jose Evergreen Community College, Trustee Area 1 Bob Livengood
San Jose Evergreen Community College, Trustee Area 5 Wendy Ho
San Jose Evergreen Community College, Trustee Area 7 CHOOSE 1: (DUAL) Ali Sapirman & Omar Torres
Sunnyvale Mayor Nancy Smith
Sunnyvale City Council, District 2 Alysa Cisneros
Sunnyvale City Council, District 4 Russ Melton
Sunnyvale City Council, District 6 Omar Din

SCHOOL BOARD

Alum Rock Union School District Corina Herrera-Loera
Campbell Union High School District, Trustee Area 4 Basil Saleh
Cupertino Union School District CHOOSE 2: Sylvia Lelong, Sudha Kasamsetty
East Side Union High School District CHOOSE 2: Pattie Cortese, Chrystine Villarreal
Evergreen School District CHOOSE 2: Leila Welch, Patricia Andrade
Foothill-De Anza Community College District CHOOSE 3: Gilbert Wong, Laura Casas, Peter Landsberger
Gilroy Unified School District, Trustee Area 3 (short term) Michelle Nelson
Luther Burbank School District (short term) Jesus Salazar
Morgan Hill Unified School District, Trustee, Area 5 Pam Torrisi
Mount Pleasant School District CHOOSE 2: Melissa Got-Lopez, Derek Grastly
Oak Grove School District, Trustee Area 1 Beija Gonzalez
Oak Grove School District, Trustee Area 4 Carla Hernandez
San Jose Unified School District, Area 1 Teresa Castellanos
San Jose Unified School District, Area 3 Carla Collins
San Jose Unified School District, Area 5 Wendi Mahaney-Gurahoo
West Valley Mission Community College District, Trustee Area 4 Randi Kinman

SPECIAL DISTRICT

El Camino Healthcare District CHOOSE UP TO 3: Julia Miller, Carol Ann Somersille, Megan Fraley
Santa Clara Valley Water Board, District 3 Richard Santos

CA STATE PROPOSITIONS

Prop 14 Authorizes Bonds to Continue Funding Stem Cell and Other Medical Research No Recommendation
Prop 15 Increases Funding for Public Schools, Community Colleges, and Local Government Services by Changing Tax Assessment of Commercial and Industrial Yes
Prop 16 Authorizes California Repeal Proposition 209 Affirmative Action Amendment Yes
Prop 17 Authorizes California Voting Rights Restoration for Persons on Parole Amendment Yes
Prop 18 California Voting for 17-Year-Olds Amendment Yes
Prop 19 Property Tax Transfers, Exemptions, and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies and Counties Amendment Yes
Prop 20 Restricts Parole for Non-violent Offenders. Authorizes Felony Sentences for Certain Offenses Currently Treated Only as Misdemeanors No
Prop 21 Expands Local Government’s Authority to Enact Rent Control on Residential Property No Recommendation
Prop 22 Changes Employment Classification Rules for App-based Transportation and Delivery Drivers No
Prop 23 Authorizes State Regulation of Kidney Dialysis Clinics. Establishes Minimum Staffing and Other Requirements Yes
Prop 24 Amends Consumer Privacy Laws No Recommendation
Prop 25 End Cash Bail Yes

LOCAL MEASURES

Measure C City of Mountain View Prohibition on Oversized Vehicles - Bans oversized vehicles from parking on streets less than 40’ wide.
Assessment: This would harm many members working in our jurisdiction
No
Measure J San Jose-Evergreen Community College District School - 
$858M bond for infrastructure improvements
Assessment: We have a PLA with San Jose-Evergreen Community College District. Would be a large windfall for our work outlook.
Yes
Measure P Evergreen Elementary SD: $80M bond for infrastructure improvements
Assessment: We’re working to secure this work for our members, as well. 
Yes
Measure Q Mt. Pleasant Elementary SD: $12M bond for infrastructure improvements
Assessment: We’re working to secure this work for our members, as well.
Yes
Measure R Cambrian SD: $88M bond for infrastructure improvements
Assessment: We’re working to secure this work for our members, as well.
Yes
Measure S Safe, Clean Water and Natural Flood Protection Program Parcel Tax Santa Clara Valley Water District: $45.5M annually for protecting water supplies, and providing flood protection
Assessment: We have a PLA with SCVWD. Would be a large windfall for our work outlook.
Yes
Measure T Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority Parcel Tax
Extension of sales tax to protect unincorporated parts of the county to preserve more of our natural ecosystem 
Yes
Measure U Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CalTrain) - $100M annually for upkeep of CalTrain
Assessment: 30-year dedicated funding for CalTrain, including infrastructure imporvements 
Yes

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IBEW Local 332
2125 Canoas Garden Ave, Ste 100
San Jose, CA 95125
  408.269.4332

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