November 2016 Election Endorsements
|Laura Gonzalez||for School Board in Santa Rosa|
|Caroline Bañuelos||for School Board in Santa Rosa|
|Jack Wagner||for City Council in Sonoma|
|Julie Combs||for City Council in Santa Rosa|
|Timothy Nonn||for School Board in Rohnert Park-Cotati|
|Mariana G. Martinez||for SRJC Trustee|
|Noreen Evans||for Supervisor in Sonoma County District 5|
|Mariko Yamada||for CA Senate District 3|
|Dr. Jill Stein / Ajamu Baraka||for President / Vice President|
|YES||Measure K - Community Separators|
|YES||Measure M - Sonoma Co. GMO ban|
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