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1 OFFICIAL BALLO NONPARISAN BALLO Sonoma County November 2, 2010 A I HAVE VOED HAVE YOU? A his ballot stub shall be removed and retained by the voter. SAE SAE Sample Ballot Governor Vote for One CARLOS ALVAREZ, Peace & Freedom Retail Worker LAURA WELLS, Green Financial Systems Consultant MEG WHIMAN, Republican Businesswoman DALE F. OGDEN, Libertarian Business Consultant/Actuary JERRY BROWN, Democratic Attorney General of California CHELENE NIGHINGALE, American Independent Business Owner Lieutenant Governor Vote for One ABEL MALDONADO, Republican Senator/Businessman/Farmer JAMES JIMI CASILLO, Green Cultural Spiritual Advisor C.. WEBER, Peace & Freedom Retired Government Analyst JIM KING, American Independent Real Estate Broker PAMELA J. BROWN, Libertarian Economics Professor GAVIN NEWSOM, Democratic Mayor, City and County of San Francisco Controller Vote for One KAREN MARINEZ, Peace & Freedom Retired JOHN CHIANG, Democratic Controller LAWRENCE G. BELIZ, American Independent Independent Businessman ROSS D. FRANKEL, Green Accountant ANDREW ANDY FAVOR, Libertarian Certified Public Accountant ONY SRICKLAND, Republican State Senator/Businessman reasurer ROBER LAUEN, American Independent DEBRA L. REIGER, Peace & Freedom Retired echnology Manager EDWARD M. EYSSIER, Libertarian Business Owner/Attorney CHARLES KI CRIENDEN, Green Retired Professor MIMI WALERS, Republican Businesswoman BILL LOCKYER, Democratic California State reasurer Vote for One Sample Ballot Secretary of State Vote for One DAMON DUNN, Republican Small Business Owner CHRISINA OBIN, Libertarian Voting Rights Advocate MARYLOU CABRAL, Peace & Freedom Community Volunteer DEBRA BOWEN, Democratic Secretary of State MERON D. SHOR, American Independent Aviator ANN MENASCHE, Green Civil Rights Attorney Attorney General Vote for One IMOHY J. HANNAN, Libertarian Attorney/Arbitrator/Mediator DIANE BEALL EMPLIN, American Independent Attorney/RE Broker SEVE COOLEY, Republican District Attorney, County of Los Angeles ROBER J. EVANS, Peace & Freedom Criminal Defense Lawyer PEER ALLEN, Green Environmental Energy Attorney KAMALA D. HARRIS, Democratic District Attorney, City and County of San Francisco Sonoma County ` _ 49-A013 URN CARD OVER A 49-SB A014 URN CARD OVER A 0 _ `

2 OFFICIAL BALLO NONPARISAN BALLO Sonoma County November 2, 2010 B I HAVE VOED HAVE YOU? B his ballot stub shall be removed and retained by the voter. SAE UNIED SAES REPRESENAIVE Sample Ballot Insurance Commissioner Vote for One DINA JOSEPHINE PADILLA, Peace & Freedom Injured Worker Consultant RICHARD S. BRONSEIN, Libertarian Licensed Insurance Broker WILLIAM BALDERSON, Green eacher/union Organizer DAVE JONES, Democratic Member, California State Assembly MIKE VILLINES, Republican Businessman/State Assemblyman CLAY PEDERSEN, American Independent Retail Manager Member, State Board of Equalization 1st District SHERILL BORG, Peace & Freedom Community Development Officer KEVIN R. SCO, Republican Small Business Owner BEY. YEE, Democratic Equalization Board Member KENNIA WASON, Libertarian Retired Quality Engineer UNIED SAES SENAOR Vote for One 6th District LYNN C. WOOLSEY, Democratic U.S. Representative JIM JUDD, Republican Manufacturing Business Owner JOEL SMOLEN, Libertarian Registered Investment Advisor EUGENE E. RUYLE, Peace & Freedom Retired Professor Vote for One MEMBER OF HE SAE ASSEMBLY 6th District JARED HUFFMAN, Democratic Incumbent BOB SEPHENS, Republican Businessman Vote for One Sample Ballot Vote for One EDWARD C. NOONAN, American Independent Computer Store Owner DUANE ROBERS, Green Community Volunteer BARBARA BOXER, Democratic United States Senator GAIL K. LIGHFOO, Libertarian Retired Nurse MARSHA FEINLAND, Peace & Freedom Retired eacher CARLY FIORINA, Republican Business Executive Sonoma County ` _ 49-B015 URN CARD OVER B 49-SB B016 URN CARD OVER B 0 _ `

3 OFFICIAL BALLO NONPARISAN BALLO Sonoma County November 2, 2010 C I HAVE VOED HAVE YOU? C his ballot stub shall be removed and retained by the voter. Sample Ballot JUDICIAL Chief Justice of California Vote Yes or No for Each Office Shall CHIEF JUSICE ANI G. CANIL-SAKAUYE be elected to the office for the term provided by law? Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Shall ASSOCIAE JUSICE MING W. CHIN be elected to the office for the term provided by law? Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Shall ASSOCIAE JUSICE CARLOS R. MORENO be elected to the office for the term provided by law? Associate Justice, Court of Appeal 1st Appellate District, Division One Shall ASSOCIAE JUSICE KAHLEEN M. BANKE be elected to the office for the term provided by law? Associate Justice, Court of Appeal 1st Appellate District, Division One Shall ASSOCIAE JUSICE ROBER L. DONDERO be elected to the office for the term provided by law? Associate Justice, Court of Appeal 1st Appellate District, Division wo Shall ASSOCIAE JUSICE JAMES R. LAMBDEN be elected to the office for the term provided by law? Associate Justice, Court of Appeal 1st Appellate District, Division hree Shall ASSOCIAE JUSICE MARIN J. JENKINS be elected to the office for the term provided by law? Associate Justice, Court of Appeal 1st Appellate District, Division hree Shall ASSOCIAE JUSICE PEER J. SIGGINS be elected to the office for the term provided by law? Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Vote Yes or No JUDICIAL for Each Office Associate Justice, Court of Appeal 1st Appellate District, Division Four Shall Yes ASSOCIAE JUSICE IMOHY A. REARDON be elected to the office for the term provided by law? No Associate Justice, Court of Appeal 1st Appellate District, Division Five Shall ASSOCIAE JUSICE ERENCE L. BRUINIERS be elected to the office for the term provided by law? Associate Justice, Court of Appeal 1st Appellate District, Division Five Shall ASSOCIAE JUSICE HENRY E. NEEDHAM, JR. be elected to the office for the term provided by law? JUDICIAL Judge of the Superior Court Office #2 JOHN LEMMON Victims Rights Attorney PA BRODERICK Law School Dean Yes No Yes No Vote for One MEASURES SUBMIED O HE VOERS SAE LEGALIZES MARIJUANA UNDER CALIFOR- Yes NIA BU NO FEDERAL LAW. PERMIS 19 LOCAL GOVERNMENS O REGULAE No AND AX COMMERCIAL PRODUCION, DISRIBUION, AND SALE OF MARIJUANA. INIIAIVE SAUE. Allows people 21 years old or older to possess, cultivate, or transport marijuana for personal use. Fiscal Impact: Depending on federal, state, and local government actions, potential increased tax and fee revenues in the hundreds of millions of dollars annually and potential correctional savings of several tens of millions of dollars annually. REDISRICING OF CONGRESSIONAL Yes DISRICS. INIIAIVE CONSIUIONAL 20 AMENDMEN. Removes elected representatives from process of establishing congressio- No nal districts and transfers that authority to recently-authorized 14-member redistricting commission comprised of Democrats, Republicans, and representatives of neither party. Fiscal Impact: No significant net change in state redistricting costs. Sample Ballot Sonoma County ` _ 49-C005 URN CARD OVER C 49-SB C036 URN CARD OVER C 0 _ `

4 OFFICIAL BALLO NONPARISAN BALLO Sonoma County November 2, 2010 D I HAVE VOED HAVE YOU? D his ballot stub shall be removed and retained by the voter. MEASURES SUBMIED O HE VOERS MEASURES SUBMIED O HE VOERS Sample Ballot SAE ESABLISHES $18 ANNUAL VEHICLE Yes LICENSE SURCHARGE O HELP FUND 21 SAE PARKS AND WILDLIFE PROGRAMS. No GRANS SURCHARGED VEHICLES FREE ADMISSION O ALL SAE PARKS. INIIAIVE SAUE. Exempts commercial vehicles, trailers and trailer coaches from the surcharge. Fiscal Impact: Annual increase to state revenues of $500 million from surcharge on vehicle registrations. After offsetting some existing funding sources, these revenues would provide at least $250 million more annually for state parks and wildlife conservation. PROHIBIS HE SAE FROM BORROW- Yes ING OR AKING FUNDS USED FOR RANS- 22 PORAION, REDEVELOPMEN, OR No LOCAL GOVERNMEN PROJECS AND SERVICES. INIIAIVE CONSIUIONAL AMENDMEN. Prohibits State, even during severe fiscal hardship, from delaying distribution of tax revenues for these purposes. Fiscal Impact: Decreased state General Fund spending and/or increased state revenues, probably in the range of $1 billion to several billions of dollars annually. Comparable increases in funding for state and local transportation programs and local redevelopment. SUSPENDS IMPLEMENAION OF AIR Yes POLLUION CONROL LAW (AB 32) RE- 23 QUIRING MAJOR SOURCES OF EMISSIONS No O REPOR AND REDUCE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS HA CAUSE GLOBAL WARMING, UNIL UNEMPLOYMEN DROPS O 5.5 PERCEN OR LESS FOR FULL YEAR. INIIAIVE SAUE. Fiscal Impact: Likely modest net increase in overall economic activity in the state from suspension of greenhouse gases regulatory activity, resulting in a potentially significant net increase in state and local revenues. REPEALS RECEN LEGISLAION HA Yes WOULD ALLOW BUSINESSES O LOWER 24 HEIR AX LIABILIY. INIIAIVE SAUE. No Fiscal Impact: Increased state revenues of about $1.3 billion each year by from higher taxes paid by some businesses. Smaller increases in and SAE CHANGES LEGISLAIVE VOE REQUIRE- Yes MEN O PASS BUDGE AND BUDGE- 25 RELAED LEGISLAION FROM WO- No HIRDS O A SIMPLE MAJORIY. REAINS WO-HIRDS VOE REQUIREMEN FOR AXES. INIIAIVE CONSIUIONAL AMENDMEN. Legislature permanently forfeits daily salary and expenses until budget bill passes. Fiscal Impact: In some years, the contents of the state budget could be changed due to the lower legislative vote requirement in this measure. he extent of changes would depend on the Legislature s future actions. REQUIRES HA CERAIN SAE AND LO- Yes CAL FEES BE APPROVED BY WO- 26 HIRDS VOE. FEES INCLUDE HOSE No HA ADDRESS ADVERSE IMPACS ON SOCIEY OR HE ENVIRONMEN CAUSED BY HE FEE-PAYER S BUSINESS. INIIAIVE CONSIUIONAL AMENDMEN. Fiscal Impact: Depending on decisions by governing bodies and voters, decreased state and local government revenues and spending (up to billions of dollars annually). Increased transportation spending and state General Fund costs ($1 billion annually). ELIMINAES SAE COMMISSION ON RE- Yes DISRICING. CONSOLIDAES AUHORIY 27 FOR REDISRICING WIH ELECED No REPRESENAIVES. INIIAIVE CONSI- UIONAL AMENDMEN AND SAUE. Eliminates 14-member redistricting commission. Consolidates authority for establishing state Assembly, Senate, and Board of Equalization districts with elected representatives who draw congressional districts. Fiscal Impact: Possible reduction of state redistricting costs of around $1 million over the next year. Likely reduction of these costs of a few million dollars once every ten years beginning in Sample Ballot Sonoma County ` _ 49-D007 URN CARD OVER D 49-SB D008 URN CARD OVER D 0 _ `

5 OFFICIAL BALLO NONPARISAN BALLO Sonoma County November 2, 2010 E I HAVE VOED HAVE YOU? E his ballot stub shall be removed and retained by the voter. Sample Ballot SCHOOL State Superintendent of Public Instruction LARRY ACEVES Retired School Superintendent OM ORLAKSON eacher/california Legislator Vote for One PEALUMA JOIN UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISRIC Governing Board Member CAROLYN H. ENNYSON Incumbent SHERI N.W. CHLEBOWSKI Attorney/Parent JAIMEY WALKING BEAR Marketing Professional/echnologist CHRISINA KAUK Incumbent MICHAEL J. BADDELEY Appointed Incumbent COUNY County Supervisor 2nd District DAVID RABBI Businessman/Architect/Councilmember PAMELA ORLIA Mayor of Petaluma Vote for no more than hree Vote for One CIY CIY OF PEALUMA Mayor CHRIS KILGORE Feed Store Manager DAVID GLASS Petaluma Vice Mayor JEZRA JOHNSON LICKER Computer Software Developer JEFF MAYNE Small Business Owner Vote for One Vote for no Member, City Council more than hree GABE KEARNEY Emergency Preparedness Coordinator J. RAY BELLEFEUILLE ERESA BARRE City Councilmember WYA C. BUNKER Chemical Engineer RAY JOHNSON Retired Business Executive KAREN NAU Preschool eacher/parent CHRIS ALBERSON Retired Fire Chief JASON E. DAVIES VP Business Development MIKE HARRIS Executive Businessman, Councilmember Sample Ballot Sonoma County ` _ 49-E061 URN CARD OVER E 49-SB039 MEASURES SUBMIED O HE VOERS COUNY Shall the Sonoma County Civil Service Ordinance be amended to provide that the director of N human resources be appointed by the Board of Supervisors and to add the director of human resources to the list of unclassified employees? Yes No 49-E044 URN CARD OVER E 0 _ `

6 OFFICIAL BALLO NONPARISAN BALLO Sonoma County November 2, 2010 F I HAVE VOED HAVE YOU? his ballot stub shall be removed and retained by the voter. MEASURES SUBMIED O HE VOERS CIY Sample Ballot U CIY OF PEALUMA Shall an ordinance be adopted to change the expiration of Petaluma s Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) from December 31, 2018 to December 31, 2025? Shall an ordinance be adopted to reduce City of Petaluma wastewater service rates to rates in effect on January 1, 2006? DISRIC SONOMA COUNY RANSPORAION AUHORIY DISRIC Sonoma County ransportation Improvement Measure: In order to fill pot holes, build more bicycle and pedestrian safety projects, create a No W countywide Safe Routes to School program and sustain and improve local bus service throughout Sonoma County, shall the Sonoma County ransportation Authority establish a $10 annual vehicle license fee? Yes No Yes No Yes his page was intentionally left blank. Examine both sides of each card for voting opportunities. Sample Ballot Sonoma County ` _ 49-F063 URN CARD OVER F 49-SB N999 N _ `

7 VOER S PAMPHLE U.S. REPRESENAIVE CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each statement is volunteered by, and (unless otherwise determined by the governing body) is printed at the expense of, the candidate. U.S. REPRESENAIVE, 6 H DISRIC REPRESENANE DE LOS ESADOS UNIDOS, DISRIO 6 LYNN C. WOOLSEY DEMOCRAIC LYNN C. WOOLSEY DEMÓCRAA Running for my 10 th term in Congress, I have compiled a record of progressive leadership and accomplishment for the people of Marin and Sonoma Counties. Having lived in the North Bay for more than 40 years, I have deep roots in our community. Your values are my values. As Co-Chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, I fight for those values every day, even if it means going against the grain or rocking the boat. With your support as the wind at my back, I was the first Member to demand that we bring our troops home from Iraq, a critical step in turning public opinion against the war. With the same conviction, I am fighting for peace in Afghanistan and a smarter national security policy. I have no greater priority than making sure children, seniors and working families have the support needed to lead prosperous lives in a peaceful world. hat is why I have led the charge for universal health care that includes a public option. hat is what drives me to ensure good schools, a clean environment and comfortable retirement for my constituents. I want to continue using my influence as a senior member of the majority to advance the interests of the Sixth District. But that is up to you. You are my employers. My performance evaluation comes every two years in November; I ask you, my neighbors, to support me in my bid for a tenth term. Aspirando a mi décimo término en el Congreso, he acumulado un historial de dirección progresiva y de logros para el pueblo de los condados de Marín y Sonoma. Por haber vivido en el norte de la Bahía, por más de 40 años, tengo profundas raíces en nuestra comunidad. Los valores de ustedes son mis valores. Como co-directora del Comité Progresivo Congresional, lucho por esos valores todos los días, aun si significa ir contra la corriente o hacer olas. Con su apoyo como viento en popa, fui la primera entre los miembros que exigió que trajéramos las tropas de Iraq a casa, un paso crítico en volcar la opinión pública contra la guerra. Con la misma convicción, estoy luchando por la paz en Afganistán y por una política de seguridad nacional más inteligente. No tengo una prioridad más importante que asegurarme de que los niños, los ancianos y las familias que trabajan tengan el apoyo necesario para llevar vidas prósperas en un mundo pacífico. Por eso he encabezado la iniciativa para un cuidado de la salud universal que incluya una opción para el público. Eso es lo que me impulsa a garantizar buenas escuelas, un medio ambiente limpio y una jubilación cómoda para mis conciudadanos. Deseo seguir usando mi influencia como miembro de alto rango de la mayoría para adelantar los intereses del Distrito sexto. Pero eso depende de ustedes. Ustedes son mis jefes. La evaluación de mi desempeño se realiza cada dos años en noviembre; le pido, mis vecinos, que me apoyen en mi intento para un décimo término. U.S. REPRESENAIVE, 6 H DISRIC REPRESENANE DE LOS ESADOS UNIDOS, DISRIO 6 JIM JUDD REPUBLICAN JIM JUDD REPUBLICANO My personal and professional life experiences make me uniquely qualified to respond effectively to the critical challenges facing the American public challenges that must be overcome in order for our nation to prosper. Having raised a family and become a grandfather, I ve witnessed firsthand the joy of one son-in-law becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen and also the personal family sacrifices associated with my second son-in-law s deployment to Afghanistan as an active member of the U.S. armed forces. Being married to a diabetic and having personally cared for a loved one dying of cancer, I feel and understand your concerns about the costs of medical coverage. As a business owner for 27 years, I comprehend balanced budgets and how government taxes and regulations must be limited in order to sustain economic growth and job creation. America needs to create new jobs for the 21st century with commitments of integrity from both public and private sector leaders. o do this, the government must facilitate creating an environment that revitalizes the entrepreneurial spirit by encouraging new visions in energies, biotechnologies, engineering, and manufacturing. ogether, let s make history. I share your values on personal sacrifice and self-worth, and like you, I understand the human spirit s influence in our daily lives. his is why I m asking for your vote. By sending me to Washington we can make your vote count a vote not owned by lobbyists, corporations, or union leaders, but one that represents what matters most to people like you and me. Information, Mi expediente personal y profesional en la vida me califican singularmente para responder eficazmente a los desafíos esenciales que el pueblo norteamericano tiene que enfrentar desafíos que deben ser superados para que nuestra nación pueda prosperar. Debido a que he criado una familia y que soy abuelo, he presenciado directamente la alegría de un yerno que se hizo ciudadano naturalizado de los Estados Unidos y también los sacrificios personales familiares cuando mi segundo yerno fue desplegado en Afganistán como elemento activo de las fuerzas armadas de los Estados Unidos. Como soy casado con una persona diabética y como he cuidado personalmente de un ser querido que se moría de cáncer, siento y entiendo los motivos de preocupación de usted por los costos de la cobertura médica. Como dueño de un negocio por 27 años, yo entiendo qué es un presupuesto reconciliado y cómo se tienen que restringir los impuestos y reglamentos gubernamentales para poder sostener un crecimiento económico y generar empleos. Los Estados Unidos tienen que crear nuevos empleos para el siglo XXI mediante compromisos de integridad de los dirigentes de los sectores público y privado. Para hacer eso, el gobierno tiene que facilitar un entorno que estimule nuevas visiones en energéticos, biotecnologías, ingeniería y manufactura para revitalizar el espíritu emprendedor. Juntos, hagamos historia. Comparto sus valores de sacrificio personal y de auto-estima, y como usted, entiendo la influencia del espíritu humano en nuestra vida cotidiana. Por eso le pido su voto. Si me envía a Washington podemos hacer que su voto cuente un voto que no sea propiedad de los cabilderos, corporaciones ni líderes sindicales, sino uno que represente lo que más le importa al pueblo como usted y yo. Información, Sonoma County

8 VOER S PAMPHLE U.S. REPRESENAIVE CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each statement is volunteered by, and (unless otherwise determined by the governing body) is printed at the expense of, the candidate. U.S. REPRESENAIVE, 6 H DISRIC JOEL R. SMOLEN LIBERARIAN I have had a 40 year career, as a successful business entrepreneur. I have formed three successful technology businesses, creating hundreds of jobs for the people of California. Libertarians are the Party of Principle, socially tolerant and fiscally conservative. I, and the Libertarian Party, offer the voters an opportunity for a new beginning. We are the champions of the Constitution and the Republic, as envisioned by the Founding Fathers. We are advocates for personal choice, peace and individual freedom. I am committed to a policy of nonintervention, balanced budgets, deficit reduction, free trade and full transparency, for both government and business. I support job creation through innovation and free enterprise, not by government expansion. I will work to reduce government size, and unleash the can-do spirit, that has made America great. I will fight to recast our failing health care and educational system, making them work, for all of us. As a representative of the people, I will work to return the country to its citizens, breaking the grip of lobbyists and the deep-pockets of special interest groups. I am an Army veteran, committed to bringing our troops home now, from Afghanistan and Iraq, and to a policy of nonintervention in the future. I am dedicated to protecting individual freedoms, personal privacy, and to significantly reduce the size and scope of government; along with lower taxes for Calfornians and all Americans. I stand for true, meaningful, and signficant change for the citizens of Marin and Sonoma Counties. Smolenforcongress.com Sonoma County

9 VOER S PAMPHLE SAE LEGISLAIVE CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Pursuant to Government Code Section 85601(c), only a candidate who accepts voluntary expenditure limits may purchase space for a statement. MEMBER OF HE SAE ASSEMBLY, 6 H DISRIC MEMBER OF HE SAE ASSEMBLY, 6 H DISRIC JARED HUFFMAN DEMOCRAIC BOB SEPHENS REPUBLICAN When you elected me four years ago, I promised to bring strong, effective leadership to Sacramento. I ve kept that promise. Despite Sacramento s dysfunction and gridlock, I m getting things done. I ve written new laws that are creating jobs; contributing to economic recovery; protecting our environment; increasing energy independence; protecting children from toxic chemicals; and ensuring vital funding for hospitals and emergency rooms. I played a leading role in passing a historic, bipartisan package of water reforms to restore the dying Delta ecosystem, promote conservation, and improve water management throughout California. Before the horrendous BP oil spill, I wrote new laws to help prevent oil spills in California and require oil companies to pay cleanup costs. I m defending California s policies to promote renewable energy and reduce global warming pollution. Our environmental leadership is providing a bright spot in a struggling economy: clean technology businesses are attracting billions in venture funding and green jobs are growing 10 times faster than the statewide average. We must expand, not abandon, these successful policies. Huge challenges and opportunities lie ahead. he worst fiscal crisis since the Great Depression is not yet over, and right-wing ideologues will keep exploiting it to leverage their agenda: to cripple public education, weaken environmental protections, and dismantle the social safety net. I ll do more than just oppose these efforts; I ll fight for fair and honest budget solutions that reflect our values. ogether, we can put California back to work and back on track. I respectfully ask for your vote. I m a businessman, not an incumbent politician surrounded by lobbyists. As a 40 year Marin resident, my only agenda is to represent the best interests of the people of the north bay. My 30 years in the investment and television industries, including 23 years at KVU television, created a successful record of setting goals and solving problems. he California legislature is broken and this directly affects you. he political incumbents are simply watching the destruction. he voters are demanding and deserve change. he incumbent politicians blame each other when the real problem is their own inability to work together. I will represent you with a new attitude of cooperation. Businesses are leaving California every day. We can t compete anymore. Overregulation at all levels of government is crippling them. Higher business taxes don t create jobs, they kill jobs. I will move to lower taxes and reduce smothering regulations. he state pension system is a disaster. Government created these obligations but the pensions have now grown out of control. A new pension system must be developed that is sustainable, equitable and strike a balance between pension commitments. his is my top priority. he education system needs to place more power into the hands of the teachers. he students need to succeed through the classroom. A new testing system should be used to show greater student productivity. Your choice is clear. Vote for another two years of failure or vote for a change of direction toward a reasonable, balanced government. bobstephensforassembly.com Sonoma County

10 VOER S PAMPHLE LOCAL NONPARISAN CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each statement is volunteered by, and (unless otherwise determined by the governing body) is printed at the expense of, the candidate. JUDGE OF HE SUPERIOR COUR, OFFICE #2 COUNY OF SONOMA PA BRODERICK AGE: 50 Occupation: Law School Dean I grew up in Sonoma County and I am committed to ensuring the safety of everyone in this wonderful community. For over 15 years I have served and protected the community as a Judge Pro em by holding people accountable who violate the law. I am tough, firm, and decisive. I have presided over thousands of legal cases in criminal, juvenile, and civil courts. I am proud to be endorsed by Judge Antolini, who is retiring from this judgeship, Sheriff Cogbill, eleven other sitting judges, four retired judges, and three sitting and two retired Superior Court Commissioners. I have been an attorney for 23 years, serving as a temporary judge on hundreds of occasions. I have served in many organizations, including the Crime Victims Advisory Committee, Legal Aid of Sonoma County, and Rincon Valley Little League. I have been a part-time teacher at SRJC for 15 years. As Dean of Empire College School of Law, I have created free legal clinics where students and faculty help thousands of people gain access to the court system. I will use my experience and judicial authority to keep our community safe. I respectfully ask for your vote. JUEZ DEL RIBUNAL SUPERIOR, CARGO #2 CONDADO DE SONOMA PA BRODERICK EDAD: 50 Ocupación: Decano de una facultad de derecho Me crié en el Condado de Sonoma y estoy comprometido con garantizar la seguridad de todas las personas en este maravillosa comunidad. Por más de 15 años, he trabajado para esta comunidad, como juez temporal, y la he protegido pidiéndoles cuentas a las personas que violan la ley. Soy duro, firme y decisivo. He presidido miles de procesos legales en las salas de lo penal, de menores y de lo civil. Estoy orgulloso de contar con el respaldo del juez Antolini, quien va a jubilarse de este cargo judicial, del Sheriff Cogbill, de once jueces más en ejercicio, de cuatro jueces jubilados y de tres comisionados activos y dos jubilados del tribunal superior. He sido abogado por más de 23 años trabajando como juez temporal en cientos de ocasiones. He ocupado puestos en muchas organizaciones, incluyendo el Comité Consultivo de Víctimas de Delitos, Asistencia Legal del Condado de Sonoma y la Liga Infantil de Rincon Valley. He sido maestro a tiempo parcial en SRJC, por 15 años. Como decano de la Facultad de Derecho de Empire College, he establecido centros de asistencia legal gratuitos en los cuales los alumnos y el profesorado ayudan a miles de personas a obtener acceso al sistema legal. Utilizaré mi experiencia y autoridad judicial para mantener a nuestra comunidad segura. Le pido su voto respetuosamente. JUDGE OF HE SUPERIOR COUR, OFFICE #2 COUNY OF SONOMA JOHN LEMMON AGE: 47 Occupation: Superior Court Attorney Sonoma County needs a strong public safety/victims rights Judge on the Superior Court bench... and I am up to the task. I have the ability, training, and experience to do the job. My credentials include a Juris Doctorate and a Masters in Business Administration, published author of otal Quality Management in the Public Sector, and over 20 years as a Sonoma County Attorney, with successful jury verdicts in civil and criminal courts. Additionally, I have 17 years as a Superior Court emporary Judge (Judge Pro-em), 15 years as a Superior Court Settlement Conference Panelist, and as a Sonoma County Community Development Commission Arbitrator My law enforcement background includes being a former Deputy District Attorney, an Assistant City Prosecutor and a Police Department Hearing Officer. My community involvement includes being a Sonoma Valley Citizen Advisory Commissioner, a Mock rial Coach at Sonoma Valley High School and a Boardmember of the Sonoma County Bar Association. My candidacy has the support of Crime Victims United, National Latino Police Officers Association, Seniors Advocate Len illem and many community leaders. Finally, if someone is convicted in my courts for child abuse, elder abuse or rape they will go to jail. Hopefully, you agree and will give me your vote. JUEZ DEL RIBUNAL SUPERIOR, CARGO #2 CONDADO DE SONOMA JOHN LEMMON EDAD: 47 Ocupación: Abogado en el tribunal superior El Condado de Sonoma necesita un juez en el estrado del tribunal superior que respalde fuertemente la seguridad pública y los derechos de las víctimas... y yo estoy a la altura de esta tarea. engo la capacidad, adiestramiento y experiencia para hacer el trabajo. Mi historial incluye un doctorado en Leyes, una maestría en Administración de Empresas, autor de un libro publicado, otal Quality Management in the Public Sector (Administración total de calidad en el sector público), y más de 20 años como abogado en el Condado de Sonoma, con veredictos exitosos en juicios por jurado en las salas de lo civil y penal. Además, he trabajado por 17 años como juez temporal del tribunal superior (Judge Pro-em), 15 años como miembro del Panel de Conferencias de Conciliación del ribunal Superior, y como árbitro de la Comisión de Desarrollo Comunitario del Condado de Sonoma. Mi formación en el cumplimiento de la ley incluye mi trabajo como anterior fiscal auxiliar, asistente al fiscal de la ciudad y árbitro del departamento de policía. Mi participación comunitaria incluye mi desempeño como Comisionado Consultivo de Ciudadanos de Sonoma Valley, consejero en simulacros de juicios de la Escuela Superior de Sonoma Valley, y miembro del consejo del Colegio de Abogados del Condado de Sonoma. Mi candidatura cuenta con el apoyo de Crime Victims United (Víctimas de delitos unidas), de la Asociación Nacional de Agentes de la Policía Latinos, del defensor de ancianos, Len illem y de muchos líderes comunitarios. Por último, si alguien se encuentra culpable de maltrato de menores, de maltrato de ancianos o de violación, terminá en la cárcel. Espero que usted esté de acuerdo y que me conceda su voto. Sonoma County

11 VOER S PAMPHLE LOCAL NONPARISAN CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each statement is volunteered by, and (unless otherwise determined by the governing body) is printed at the expense of, the candidate. PEALUMA JOIN UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISRIC CAROLYN H. ENNYSON AGE: 66 Occupation: Retired Office Manager As a longtime board member, my commitment to the district has provided stability and continuity for continuous improvement of the education that all of our children receive. I have lived in Petaluma for 44 years and served on the Petaluma City Schools Board of Education for 20 years. he Board has promoted the development and continuation of K-12 music programs, fine arts, libraries, vocational and career education, alternative schools, smaller class sizes, technology, modernized facilities, and expanded educational opportunities to support all students to succeed. Even in this economic downturn our students continue to achieve, test scores have risen, and we continue to close the achievement gap. All of these things are possible because of the trust and partnerships that have been developed with all parties involved: our board, dedicated teachers, parents/ guardians, the business community, and community-based organizations such as the Petaluma Health Care District, Healthy Community Consortium, and the Petaluma Bounty Project. I m asking for your vote so that we can continue to provide the best learning opportunities for all of our Petaluma children. PEALUMA JOIN UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISRIC SHERI N.W. CHLEBOWSKI AGE: 39 Occupation: Attorney and Parent Strong Curriculum, Board Accountability, a Healthy and Safe Environment. his is what I promise to bring to the Petaluma City Elementary and Joint Union High School Board. As a former police officer I have experience making tough decisions and enforcing regulations. As an attorney I have the ability to write and interpret strong policies. As a parent of three young children I know the importance of nurturing and providing a safe and healthy learning environment. As a Board rustee, I will help our community unite to promote the best educational choices for all students. Our public schools deserve a board that will be accountable and deliver this promise in an open, transparent manner. My community service includes President of the Little Shepherd Preschool board, President of Moms for Clean Air, volunteer attorney at Sonoma County Legal Aid, and Program Coordinator for the Petaluma Mothers Club. I will work tirelessly to achieve the needs of our students. I know Petaluma s schools from a parent s perspective and can identify and solve the issues that are important to you. I respectfully ask for your vote on November 2 nd, for safer schools, a strong curriculum, and a school board that works for you. PEALUMA JOIN UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISRIC JAIMEY WALKING BEAR AGE: 39 Occupation: Marketing Professional/echnologist Petaluma is an amazing community; rich with the talent, intellect, and resources to set the bar high for quality education that every child deserves. I will serve as a rustee with a vision that matches this potential. As a 35 year resident of Petaluma, a product of Petaluma s public educational system, and a parent of two daughters who also graduated from Petaluma s schools, I ve witnessed first hand the challenges facing our youth and teachers and am energized by the possibilities. As past President of the Petaluma High Music Boosters, I ve been a leader in preserving arts and music education, actively volunteering throughout the community. I am a strong proponent for open government and transparency standards. With an extensive professional resume demonstrating fiscal responsibility and consensus building, I find solutions through collaboration and open dialogue. Working with community partners, I will protect school resources despite fiscal challenges. When elected, I will immediately offer fresh ideas, a commitment to board accessibility and meaningful dialogue between all stakeholders in our children s education. hrough shared access to information, parents, teachers and administrators can ensure a safe, healthy school environment for every child. I gratefully and respectfully ask for your vote on November 2. DISRIO ESCOLAR UNIDO CONJUNO DE ESCUELA SUPERIOR DE PEALUMA JAIMEY WALKING BEAR EDAD: 39 Ocupación: Profesional y tecnólogo en mercado tecnia Petaluma es una comunidad increible; con una abundancia de talento, intelecto, y recursos para establecer normas altas para la educación de primera calidad que todos los niños se merecen. Me desempeñaré como Síndico con una visión pareja con este potencial. Como residente de Petaluma, por 35 años, graduado del sistema de educación pública de Petaluma, y como padre de dos hijas que también se graduaron de las escuelas de Petaluma, he presenciado directamente los retos que nuestros jóvenes y maestros enfrentan y las posibilidades me llenan de energía. Como anterior presidente de Music Boosters (apoyo a la música) de la Escuela Superior de Petaluma, he sido líder en la preservación de educación en las artes y música, trabajando activamente como voluntario en toda la comunidad. Soy firme partidario de un gobiemo abierto y normas de transparencia. Con una extensa historial profesional que demuestra responsabilidad fiscal y la formación de consensos, encuentro soluciones mediante la colaboración y el diálogo abierto. En colaboración con los aliados en la comunidad, protegeré los recursos escolares a pesar de los problemas fiscales. Cuando sea elegido, ofreceré ideas frescas inmediatamente, un compromiso con accesibilidad al consejo y con un diálogo significativo entre todas las personas interesadas en la educación de nuestros niños. Si compartimos el acceso a la información, los padres, los maestros y los administradores pueden garantizar un ambiente escolar sano y seguro para todos los niños. Agradezco y pido respetuosamente su voto para el 2 de noviembre. Sonoma County

12 VOER S PAMPHLE LOCAL NONPARISAN CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each statement is volunteered by, and (unless otherwise determined by the governing body) is printed at the expense of, the candidate. PEALUMA JOIN UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISRIC CHRISINA KAUK AGE: 55 Occupation: Junior College Instructor/Local Business Owner As a college instructor and parent of three daughters who had very different academic needs in the Petaluma Schools, I have a broad understanding of what is needed for successful schools. As a delegate at the state level, I have a clear understanding of California education policy, and have helped form our state policy platform for the California School Board Association, informing legislators of the needs for education, particularly regarding funding in California. Accomplishments: advocating for alternative programs and vocational offerings, supporting the Schools to Career program in collaboration with local businesses and city government, improving offerings of healthy food for our students, supporting development of school garden programs, and Supporting Healthy and Active Kids in Education (S.H.A.K.E.) with the local health care district and Kaiser to fight childhood obesity, supporting creative efforts of teachers whose exemplary programs bring grant money into our district, generating alternative funding in partnership with the community, maintaining many special programs in the face of an unprecedented budget crisis. Our most important role is to advocate for all children. We re in an untenable situation with our school funding almost the lowest in the nation, and I ll continue my efforts to work toward the necessary changes. DISRIO ESCOLAR UNIDO CONJUNO DE ESCUELA SUPERIOR DE PEALUMA CHRISINA KAUK EDAD: 55 Ocupación: Instructora de colegio universitario/dueña de un negocio local Como instructora universitaria y madre de tres hijas que tuvieron necesidades académicas muy diferentes en las escuelas de Petaluma, comprendo ampliamente qué se necesita para tener escuelas exitosas. Como delegada a nivel estatal, entiendo claramente la política de educación de California, y he ayudado a formar nuestro programa para la política estatal de la Asociación de Consejos Escolares de California, informando a los legisladores de las necesidades de educación, particularmente con respecto al financiamiento en California. Logros: abogar por programas alternativos y cursos vocacionales, apoyar el programa Schools to Career (educación vocacional) en colaboración con los negocios locales y el gobierno municipal, mejorar la nutrición de la comida ofrecida a nuestros alumnos, apoyar el desarrollo de programas de jardines escolares, y Supporting Healthy and Active Kids in Education (S.H.A.K.E. por sus siglas en español - programa de apoyo a niños saludables y activos en la educación) con el distrito de cuidado de la salud local y con Kaiser para luchar contra la obesidad de los niños, apoyar esfuerzos creativos de maestros cuyos programas ejemplares atraen fondos a nuestro distrito, generar fondos alternativos en alianza con la comunidad, mantener muchos programas especiales frente a una crisis presupuestaria sin precedente. Nuestro papel más importante es abogar por todos los niños. Nos encontramos en una situación insostenible, ya que nuestro financiamiento escolar está entre los más bajos de la nación, y continuaré mis esfuerzos para trabajar para los cambios necesarios. PEALUMA JOIN UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISRIC MICHAEL J. BADDELEY AGE: 55 Occupation: Business Attorney I was appointed to the Board of Education earlier this year and would like to continue my service in public education in our community. My goal is for our district to maintain its fiscal viability and to provide as many educational and developmental opportunities as possible for our students to establish their foundation for academic achievement, personal success and a lifetime of learning. My wife and I are both graduates of Petaluma High School. We have four children (ages 13-20), two of whom are also graduates of Petaluma High School and have gone on to college. We have always been actively involved in our children s education and understand the importance of parent and community involvement in the educational process. In addition to my school board experience, I have had the privilege of serving numerous local organizations, including the Petaluma Recreation, Music and Parks Commission, the Petaluma Boys & Girls Club, Rotary Club of Petaluma, and various boys and girls sports and activities groups. I understand the board process, budgets, finance priorities, fiscal responsibility and accountability. I look forward to being able to continue to serve on the Board of Education, and I would appreciate your vote. Sonoma County

13 VOER S PAMPHLE LOCAL NONPARISAN CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each statement is volunteered by, and (unless otherwise determined by the governing body) is printed at the expense of, the candidate. COUNY SUPERVISOR, 2 ND DISRIC DAVID RABBI AGE: 49 Occupation: Businessman/Architect/Councilmember As a business owner, architect and councilmember, I have the experience needed to provide strong leadership and real solutions to the many challenges facing our community today. I m deeply committed to residents of the Second District as my priorities begin with creating jobs and a better economy. My wife, Jane and I have 3 children. Like many parents, my community involvement evolved around my family, serving as PA President at McNear Elementary School, helping create the Petaluma City School District s Fund Development ask Force and co-founding S.H.A.K.E. (Support Healthy Active Kids in Education). hrough my experience in education, business and government, I ve proven my ability to bring strong leadership and real solutions to the table that is why I have earned the support of the Sonoma County Farm Bureau, Sonoma County Deputy Sheriffs, Petaluma Police and Fire Associations, Rohnert Park Public Safety Officers, Sonoma County Alliance, Redwood Empire Business Alliance, Operating Engineers, North Bay Association of Realtors and Sonoma County Sheriff Bill Cogbill. As your Supervisor, I will listen, work hard and continue making Sonoma County an even better place to live, work and retire. I would be honored to serve you and would appreciate your vote. hank you. SUPERVISOR DEL CONDADO, DISRIO 2 DAVID RABBI EDAD: 49 Ocupación: Hombre de negocios/arquitecto/concejal Como dueño de un negocio, arquitecto y concejal tengo la experiencia necesaria para ofrecer un liderazgo fuerte y soluciones reales para los numerosos problemas que nuestra comunidad tiene que enfrentar ahora. Estoy profundamente comprometido con los residentes del Distrito Dos ya que mis prioridades comienzan con la generación de empleos y una mejor economía. Mi esposa, Jane y yo tenemos tres hijos. Como muchos padres, mi participación comunitaria evolucionó en torno a mis hijos, como presidente de la PA en la Escuela Primaria McNear, ayudando a crear la Fuerza Especial para el Desarrollo de Fondos en el Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Petaluma y como cofundador de S.H.A.K.E. (Apoye a niños saludables y activos en la educación). Por medio de mi experiencia en educación, en negocios y en el gobierno, he demostrado mi capacidad para llevar al puesto un liderazgo fuerte y soluciones reales por eso he obtenido el apoyo de la Administración Agrícola del Condado de Sonoma, de los Sheriffs Auxiliares del Condado de Sonoma, de las Asociaciones de la Policía y Bomberos de Petaluma, de la Alianza del Condado de Sonoma, de la Alianza de Negocios de Redwood Empire, de los ingenieros de operaciones, de la Asociación de Agentes de Bienes Raíces de North Bay y del Sheriff del Condado de Sonoma, Bill Cogbill. Como su Supervisor, escucharé, trabajaré con empeño y seguiré haciendo que el Condado de Sonoma sea un lugar aún mejor para vivir, trabajar y jubilarse. Sería para mí un honor servirle y agradeceré su voto. Gracias. COUNY SUPERVISOR, 2 ND DISRIC PAMELA ORLIA Occupation: Mayor of Petaluma My platform is straightforward: create jobs for Sonoma County residents, protect our environment, balance the county budget and make our government more accountable and transparent. We need to create good local jobs now while protecting the environment, preserving open space, promoting agriculture and maintaining our urban growth boundaries. Difficult economic times demand experienced leadership. Over my 18 years of service on many local and regional boards, real results have been achieved for Sonoma County. As your Supervisor, I am ready on day one to get things done for you. As Petaluma s Mayor, I implemented smart growth, protected our open spaces, and invested in critical transportation improvements, including the widening of Highway 101. We worked to balance the city s budget and protect vital services. As Chair of the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, I led the effort to tighten air pollution regulations that protect our public health. As life-long residents of southern Sonoma County, my family and I have always been active members of our community. You can trust me to continue working tirelessly for our needs and not special interests. Join Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey, Sonoma County Law Enforcement Association and many others supporting my candidacy for Supervisor. I would appreciate your vote! SUPERVISOR DEL CONDADO, DISRIO 2 PAMELA ORLIA Ocupación: Alcaldesa de Petaluma Mi programa es transparente: generar empleos para los residentes del Condado de Sonoma, proteger nuestro medio ambiente, reconciliar el presupuesto del condado y hacer que nuestro gobierno sea más responsable y transparente. enemos que crear buenos empleos locales ahora en tanto que se protege el medio ambiente, se preserva el espacio abierto, se fomenta la agricultura y se mantienen nuestros linderos para el crecimiento urbano. Los tiempos de dificultades económicas exigen dirección con experiencia. Durante mi desempeño de más de 18 años en muchos consejos locales y regionales, se han logrado resultados reales para el Condado de Sonoma. Como su Supervisora, desde el primer día estaré dispuesta a hacer el trabajo para usted. Como alcaldesa de Petaluma, puse en práctica un crecimiento inteligente, protegí nuestros espacios abiertos, e invertí en mejoras esenciales de transporte, incluyendo el ensanchamiento de la carretera 101. rabajamos para reconciliar el presupuesto de la ciudad y proteger los servicios esenciales. Como directora del Distrito de Administración de la Calidad del Aire de la Bahía, encabecé la iniciativa para restricciones más rigorosas contra la contaminación del aire para proteger nuestra salud pública. Como residentes del sur del Condado de Sonoma de toda la vida, mí familia y yo siempre hemos sido miembros activos de nuestra comunidad. Puede confiar en mí para seguir trabajando incansablemente para satisfacer nuestras necesidades y no las de los intereses creados. Únase a la congresista Lynn Woolsey, a la Asociación Policial del Condado de Sonoma y a muchos otros que apoyan mi candidatura para Supervisor. Agradeceré su voto! Sonoma County

14 VOER S PAMPHLE LOCAL NONPARISAN CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each statement is volunteered by, and (unless otherwise determined by the governing body) is printed at the expense of, the candidate. CIY OF PEALUMA MAYOR DAVID GLASS AGE: 63 Occupation: Vice Mayor/Former Mayor As the most experienced candidate, having served as Petaluma Mayor, Vice Mayor, and Planning Commissioner, we accomplished much together. Looking to the future, we must continue building upon our strengths to secure good-paying jobs, create smart growth incentives and protect our environment. As your Sonoma County ransportation Authority representative, we will soon begin construction of East Washington interchange upgrades, followed by improvements to Old Redwood Highway. Count on me to continue leading us to prompt completion of Highway 101 widening, keeping Petaluma projects on track, and providing local jobs. imes are tough, but working together we will create jobs, protect the environment, and improve our quality of life through the implementation of smart growth strategies. Under my leadership as Mayor, we revitalized our downtown, bringing the movie theaters with associated mixed use development to generate revenue for Petaluma while eliminating blight. We will also continue to work to stimulate the economy by capitalizing on the return of rail service. In addition, as a 20-year municipal securities principal, following my sports broadcasting career with the San Francisco Giants, I'll lead us in a fiscally responsible manner, with proven leadership skills. I would be honored to have your vote! hank you! votedavidglass.com CIUDAD DE PEALUMA ALCALDE DAVID GLASS EDAD: 63 Ocupación: Vice alcalde/anterior alcalde Como el candidato con más experiencia, y por haber sido alcalde de Petaluma, vice alcalde y comisionado de planificación, hemos logrado mucho juntos. Mirando hacia el futuro, tenemos que seguir edificando sobre nuestras fortalezas para obtener empleos con buena remuneración, crear incentivos para un crecimiento inteligente y proteger nuestro medio ambiente. Como su representante en la Autoridad de ransporte del Condado de Sonoma, pronto comenzaremos la construcción de las mejoras al enlace vial de East Washington, seguida por mejoras a la carretera Old Redwood. Cuente conmigo para continuar llevándonos a una terminación rápida del ensanchamiento de la carretera 101, para mantener los proyectos de Petaluma en progreso, y para ofrecer empleos locales. Éstos son tiempos difíciles, pero trabajando juntos generaremos empleos, protegeremos el medio ambiente y mejoraremos nuestra calidad de vida mediante la ejecución de estrategias de crecimiento inteligente. Bajo mi gestión como alcalde, revitalizamos el centro de nuestra ciudad, llevando los cines acompañados de la construcción asociada de uso mixto para generar ingresos para Petaluma, y al mismo tiempo eliminar el deterioro urbano. ambién, continuaremos trabajando para estimular la economía aprovechando el regreso del servicio ferroviario. Además, como supervisor de valores municipales, por 20 años, después de mi carrera como locutor deportivo con los San Francisco Giants, nos llevaré de una manera fiscalmente responsable, con probadas habilidades directivas. Me sentiría honrado, si tuviera su voto! Gracias! votedavidglass.com CIY OF PEALUMA MAYOR JEFF MAYNE Occupation: Small Business Owner, President - Petaluma Downtown Association here are four main reasons I am running for Mayor of Petaluma. First, Petaluma must break the get nothing done bickering gridlock in City Hall. We must start working together if we are ever going to improve the economic situation and quality of life in our community. he time of personal, political agendas must come to an end. Second, Petaluma must invest in economic revitalization. Economic revitalization can restore the revenue we need to reverse the cycle of a part-time city hall, and shrinking police and fire protection. hird, Petaluma must attract new business and jobs to our city. As a local small business owner, former Chamber of Commerce board member and current President of the Petaluma Downtown Association, I am listening to your concerns every day and understand what our unique community needs are. Finally, Petaluma must stop allowing our roads to deteriorate. End the political lip service and maintain our infrastructure, avoiding costly future replacement. It is time to restore our revenues, create jobs, maintain adequate police and fire protection, and fix our roads. We begin by electing a Mayor who will lead... not cause constant bickering, lawsuits, and lost opportunities. I sincerely ask for your vote. CIUDAD DE PEALUMA ALCALDE JEFF MAYNE Ocupación: Dueño de un pequeño negocio, presidente - Asociación del Centro de la Ciudad de Petaluma Me postulo para alcalde de Petaluma por cuatro razones principales. Primero, Petaluma tiene que poner fin a la paralización de riñas en el gobierno municipal que no logran nada. enemos que comenzar a trabajar juntos, si vamos a mejorar la situación económica y calidad de vida de nuestra comunidad. Los tiempos de programas políticos personales tienen que llegar a su fin. Segundo, Petaluma tiene que invertir en una revitalización económica. Una revitalización económica puede restablecer los ingresos que necesitamos para invertir el ciclo de un gobierno municipal a tiempo parcial, y una reducción en la protección de policía y bomberos. ercero, Petaluma tiene que atraer nuevos negocios y empleos a nuestra ciudad. Como dueño de un pequeño negocio local, anterior miembro del consejo de la Cámara de Comercio y actual presidente de la Asociación del Centro de la Ciudad de Petaluma, escucho sus motivos de preocupación todos los días y entiendo cuáles son las necesidades de nuestra comunidad única. Por último, Petaluma tiene que dejar de permitir que se deterioren nuestras carreteras. Ponga fin a las palabras vacías de los políticos y mantenga nuestra infraestructura, evitando arreglos costosos en el futuro. Ha llegado el momento para restablecer nuestros ingresos, crear empleos, mantener una protección adecuada de policía y bomberos, y arreglar nuestras carreteras. Podemos comenzar si elegimos a un alcalde que dirija... y que no provoque riñas constantes, demandas ni oportunidades perdidas. Le pido su voto con sinceridad. Sonoma County

15 VOER S PAMPHLE LOCAL NONPARISAN CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each statement is volunteered by, and (unless otherwise determined by the governing body) is printed at the expense of, the candidate. CIY OF PEALUMA CIY COUNCIL GABE KEARNEY AGE: 28 Occupation: Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Petaluma is a unique and wonderful place to live. Having lived here since childhood, I am committed to maintaining the historic nature of Petaluma and creating good paying jobs for all our residents, while protecting our natural environment for generations to come. I am committed to keeping safe the most vulnerable among us. We need to ensure our children can make it to and from school safely, our elders have the resources they need to live fulfilling lives, and the jobless are able to return to work. As the Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for Kaiser Permanente in Marin and Sonoma counties, I develop plans for maintaining health services in the event of a disaster. his experience combined with my position as Chair of the Sonoma County Community Development Committee provide me with unique skills needed to plan for new economic development, job creation, and prosperity in our community. Real leadership is needed on the council. It s time to break the gridlock and start focusing on the needs of everyday Petaluma residents. I will be a strong, independent voice for our community, for our children, and for our future. I ask for your vote on November 2 nd. CIUDAD DE PEALUMA CONSEJO DE LA CIUDAD GABE KEARNEY EDAD: 28 Ocupación: Coordinador de preparación para emergencias Petaluma es un lugar único y maravilloso para vivir. Como he vivido aquí desde mi infancia, estoy comprometido a mantener la naturaleza histórica de Petaluma y a crear empleos con buena remuneración para todos nuestros residentes, en tanto que se protege nuestro medio ambiente para las generaciones venideras. Estoy comprometido a mantener seguros a los más vulnerables entre nosotros. enemos que asegurarnos de que nuestros niños puedan llegar a la escuela y regresar a casa sin peligros, que nuestros ancianos tengan los recursos que necesitan para vivir plenamente, y que las personas sin empleo puedan volver a trabajar. Como coordinador de preparación para emergencias de Kaiser Permanente en los condados de Marín y Sonoma, desarrollo planes para mantener los servicios de salud en caso de un siniestro. Esta experiencia combinada con mi puesto como director del Comité de Desarrollo Comunitario del Condado de Sonoma me proveen de las habilidades únicas necesarias para planear el nuevo desarrollo económico, la creación de empleos, y la prosperidad de nuestra comunidad. Se necesita liderazgo auténtico en el concejo. Ha llegado el momento para poner fin a la paralización y comenzar a centrar nuestra atención en las necesidades de día a día de los residentes de Petaluma. Seré una voz fuerte e independiente para nuestra comunidad, para nuestros niños y para nuestro futuro. Le pido su voto para el 2 de noviembre. CIY OF PEALUMA CIY COUNCIL ERESA BARRE AGE: 62 Occupation: City Council member Four years ago I asked for your vote to the City Council in order to be an independent voice for the residents of Petaluma. Because you supported me, I have been honored to serve our community in these very challenging times. In response to the shrinking economy I led the effort to streamline our planning process, moving long delayed projects through the system. I have balanced our annual budgets with a minimum of layoffs while maintaining crucial city services, and promoted our city s assets in order to create jobs and preserve our unique environment. I have demonstrated my commitment to all Petalumans through my leadership in promoting smart, managed growth, funding major transportation improvements, protecting our environment from an unneeded, polluting asphalt plant on our riverbank, placing on the ballot a reauthorization of our Urban Growth Boundary, and fostering the development of an economic strategy that provides our community with jobs that pay a living wage and promise sustainability. Please continue to support and vote for me on November 2 nd and I will continue to represent you. Learn more about me at or on Facebook at eresa Barrett for City Council CIUDAD DE PEALUMA CONSEJO DE LA CIUDAD ERESA BARRE EDAD: 62 Ocupación: Miembro del concejo de la ciudad Hace cuatro años, le pedí su voto para el concejo de la ciudad para ser una voz independiente de los residentes de Petaluma. Debido a su apoyo, he tenido el honor de servir a nuestra comunidad durante estos tiempos tan difíciles. En respuesta a la decelerada economía, dirigí la iniciativa para agilizar nuestro proceso de planificación, empujando por el sistema proyectos que estaban muy atrasados. He reconciliado nuestros presupuestos anuales con un mínimo de cesantías en tanto que se han mantenido los servicios municipales esenciales, y he promovido las ventajas de nuestra ciudad para crear empleos y preservar nuestro ambiente único. He demostrado mi compromiso con todos los residentes de Petaluma con mi liderazgo, promoviendo un crecimiento contenido e inteligentemente, financiando grandes mejoras de transporte, protegiendo nuestro medio ambiente contra la contaminación de una planta de asfalto innecesaria en la ribera de nuestro río, colocando en la balota una re-autorización de nuestro lindero para el crecimiento urbano, y fomentando el desarrollo de una estrategia económica que genere empleos en nuestra comunidad que paguen un salario digno y que prometan sostenibilidad. Por favor, siga su apoyo y vote por mí el 2 de noviembre y continuaré representándole. Aprenda más sobre mí al o en Facebook a eresa Barrett para concejo de la ciudad Sonoma County

16 VOER S PAMPHLE LOCAL NONPARISAN CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each statement is volunteered by, and (unless otherwise determined by the governing body) is printed at the expense of, the candidate. CIY OF PEALUMA CIY COUNCIL WYA C. BUNKER AGE: 24 Occupation: Chemical Engineer Born and raised in rural Sonoma County, I graduated from Petaluma public schools before earning a bachelor s degree in Chemical Engineering from UC Berkeley and coaching badminton at Petaluma High School. My candidacy offers a clear choice. If you believe that we are paying too much in government salaries for too little returned in services, I ask for your vote. Much is left to be desired for our children as they go through our local schools, which is true on both the east and west sides of town. We need to bring Petaluma together in more ways than just a road. We need to work together. My candidacy offers you the change we need. Although still young, we all know the old ways are not working. We need improved roads, a balanced budget, fair and accountable government, and councilmembers who would never double your garbage rates. All options must be on the table, including achieving efficiencies that will reduce our city payroll, health care costs, and bloated pensions. It is time our tax dollars delivered city services to us rather than greater and greater pensions to city workers. Please vote for me. I promise to deliver the change we need. CIY OF PEALUMA CIY COUNCIL RAY JOHNSON Occupation: Retired Business Executive I am passionate about making Petaluma better. I ve lived my life by the motto: People don t care how much you know, until they know how much you care. I care deeply about improving our city. I am running for City Council because I want to use my skills and commitment to help bring jobs, economic revitalization and the road repairs necessary for Petaluma and its citizens. I sincerely believe it is time to put Petaluma back to work again. We need to create an emphasis on strong economic revitalization, while ensuring we maintain our current level of public safely. We cannot afford to cut our police and fire any further. We need to finish the job of fixing our roads and improving traffic with a cross town connector. We must put a stop to the constant infighting at City Hall. Petaluma needs leadership that can put aside individual agendas and reach consensus. Using my skills as a successful business executive, I want to attract a sustainable corporate tax base which will result in viable long term jobs for Petaluma, You have three votes for City Council. I appreciate you considering me for one of them. hank you for your consideration. CIUDAD DE PEALUMA CONSEJO DE LA CIUDAD RAY JOHNSON Ocupación: Ejecutivo de negocios jubilado Deseo apasionadamente mejorar a Petaluma. He vivido mi vida con el lema: A las personas no les importa cuánto sabes, hasta que sepan cuánto de importa. Me importa profundamente mejorar nuestra ciudad. Me postulo para el concejo de la ciudad porque deseo usar mis habilidades y compromiso para ayudar a traer empleos, una revitalización económica y las reparaciones necesarias de las carreteras para Petaluma y sus ciudadanos. Creo sinceramente que ha llegado el momento para poner a Petaluma a trabajar otra vez. enemos que crear un énfasis en una fuerte revitalización de la economía, en tanto que mantenemos nuestro nivel actual de seguridad pública. No podemos darnos el lujo de hacer más recortes a nuestros servicios de policía y bomberos. enemos que concluir el trabajo de arreglar nuestras carreteras y mejorar el tráfico con un eje vial que atraviesa la ciudad. enemos que poner fin a las constantes luchas internas en el gobierno municipal. Petaluma necesita dirección que pueda poner de lado los programas individuales y llegar a un consenso. Con el uso de mis habilidades como exitoso ejecutivo de negocios, deseo atraer una base tributaria corporativa sostenible que resulte en empleos viables a largo plazo para Petaluma. Usted tiene tres votos para el concejo de la ciudad. Agradeceré que me considere para uno de ellos. Gracias por su consideración. Sonoma County

17 VOER S PAMPHLE LOCAL NONPARISAN CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each statement is volunteered by, and (unless otherwise determined by the governing body) is printed at the expense of, the candidate. CIY OF PEALUMA CIY COUNCIL KAREN NAU AGE: 50 Occupation: Parent, eacher, Community Leader Petalumans should be represented by individuals with an open mind to the entire community s concerns. l grew up on the west side, raised my family on the east side, and know what is important to Petalumans. I can honor my community and traditions while supporting the future economic growth for my family and neighbors. We must improve our economic climate without harming the environment. We can do this by attracting new jobs, creating more shopping opportunities, which helps keep our sales tax dollars in Petaluma, and supporting infill development to fight urban sprawl. Once Petaluma is financially stable, it s imperative that we create, improve, continue to fund new/existing local parks, cross-town connectors to relieve traffic, and public safety, improve conditions of streets and maintain the level of public works. Strengthening senior programs and sports/activities for youth and adults is of equal priority. My passion for community involvement began in the 1970 s under the guidance of Mayor, Helen Putnam, volunteering for local nonprofits. Having earned the prestigious 1995 Good Egg award, I have served tirelessly on Recreation, Music and Parks Commission and City Council. Respectfully, I ask for your vote. CIY OF PEALUMA CIY COUNCIL CHRIS ALBERSON AGE: 61 Occupation: Retired Fire Chief Our City Government needs a fresh perspective, a new voice and an experienced leader who understands our community. I believe I am that person. My career in the fire department and working within the community has taught me how to build partnerships and make government work for its citizens. I will work hard and provide new ideas to the City Council. I will always listen to the residents of Petaluma and do what I believe is right. In these tough economic times we need to work together to provide a balanced approach to create jobs, reinvigorate our local economy and fund our vital services such as police and fire, parks and recreation, and street maintenance. We can grow Petaluma s economy while protecting the environment and the unique character of our community. I want to make our City even better than it is today together we can make Petaluma thrive once again. I hope to earn your vote in this election. Please visit my web site: electalbertson.com or me at I would be honored by and appreciate your vote. hank you. CIUDAD DE PEALUMA CONSEJO DE LA CIUDAD CHRIS ALBERSON EDAD: 61 Ocupación: Jefe de bomberos jubilado Nuestro gobierno municipal necesita una perspectiva fresca, una nueva voz y un líder con experiencia que entienda nuestra comunidad. Creo que yo soy esa persona. Mi carrera en el departamento de bomberos y mi trabajo dentro de la comunidad me han enseñado cómo formar alianzas y hacer que el gobierno trabaje para sus ciudadanos. rabajaré con empeño para ofrecer nuevas ideas en el concejo de la ciudad. Siempre escucharé a los residentes de Petaluma y haré lo que yo considere correcto. Durante estos difíciles tiempos económicos, tenemos que trabajar en colaboración para facilitar un enfoque equilibrado para generar empleos, revitalizar nuestra economía local y financiar nuestros servicios esenciales, como por ejemplo la policía y los bomberos, los parques y la recreación, y el mantenimiento de las calles. Podemos cultivar la economía de Petaluma en tanto que se protege el medio ambiente y el carácter único de nuestra comunidad. Deseo hacer que nuestra ciudad sea todavía mejor de lo que es ahora juntos podemos hacer que Petaluma prospere de nuevo. Espero ganar su voto en esta elección. Por favor, consulte mi sitio en internet: electalbertson.com o envíeme un correo electrónico a Me sentiría honrado y agradeceré su voto. Gracias. Sonoma County

18 VOER S PAMPHLE LOCAL NONPARISAN CANDIDAES SAEMENS OF QUALIFICAIONS he following pages may not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each statement is volunteered by, and (unless otherwise determined by the governing body) is printed at the expense of, the candidate. CIY OF PEALUMA CIY COUNCIL JASON DAVIES AGE: 42 Occupation: VP Business Development I m running for Council to help bring much needed jobs and sustainable revenues to our community. In this challenging economy, I offer professional business and executive management expertise to advance sensible projects, improve our finances, preserve our heritage, and protect our open space and environment. As a proud Petaluma resident of over 10 years and parent, I understand the challenges facing our community and am prepared to hit the ground running to improve our quality of life now and for future generations. I strongly support improving transportation in our city including 101 widening, street repair, bike lanes, and walking paths. I will also work to protect and improve our gateway to ensure Petaluma s attractiveness as a tourist destination. Petaluma is undergoing a re-vitalization in information and green energy technologies. We need leadership that works proactively to nurture existing firms, while encouraging new companies to locate here. As Vice President of Business Development at a Petaluma based technology firm and member of the echnology & elecommunications Advisory Committee, I m uniquely qualified and competent to identify new trends and leverage opportunities. With your vote, I promise to listen and apply balance in serving our community. hank you for your support. CIY OF PEALUMA CIY COUNCIL MIKE HARRIS AGE: 39 Occupation: Executive, Financial Services Company, Councilmember We must continue to work together to improve Petaluma and bring economic vitality to our city. If elected to the City Council, I will continue to push for economic revitalization opportunities for our city. We must build another cross-town connector (Rainier) to mitigate traffic on E. Washington Street, finish the job of improving our streets and roads, create more sports fields for our children and continue to make public safety our highest priority. I am an executive of a local financial services company that employs 220 people and have a BA in Management (Accounting) and a Minor in Economics. Utilizing my educational and business background, this allows me to look at issues that come before the City in a business prism. A business eye will be necessary in the coming years as we continue to improve Petaluma and look to encourage economic revitalization by encouraging businesses to come to town. Please visit my website at for more in depth information, call me at home at or me at If you give me your vote, I will give you another four years of hard work. CIUDAD DE PEALUMA CONSEJO DE LA CIUDAD JASON DAVIES EDAD: 42 Ocupación: VP en desarollo comercial Me postulo para el concejo para ayudar a traer los empleos que se necesitan tanto e ingresos sostenibles para nuestra comunidad. Para esta economía desafiante, ofrezco pericia profesional en negocios y administración ejecutiva para adelantar proyectos inteligentes, mejorar nuestras finanzas, preservar nuestro patrimonio histórico y proteger nuestros espacios abiertos y medio ambiente. Como residente orgulloso de Petaluma por más de 10 años, y como padre, entiendo los retos que nuestra comunidad tiene que enfrentar y estoy preparado para comenzar a trabajar inmediatamente, para mejorar nuestra calidad de vida ahora y para las generaciones futuras. Apoyo firmemente mejoras de transporte para nuestra ciudad incluyendo el ensanchamiento de la carretera 101, reparaciones a las calles, rutas para bicicletas, y senderos para caminar. ambién, trabajaré para proteger y mejorar el umbral de nuestra ciudad para garantizar que Petaluma será atractivo como destino turístico. Petaluma está pasando por una revitalización en tecnología de información y de energía verde. Necesitamos dirección que funcione pro-activamente para cultivar las empresas existentes en tanto que se estimulan a nuevas compañías a establecerse aquí. Como vicepresidente de desarrollo comercial en una empresa de tecnología con sede en Petaluma, y como miembro del comité consultivo de tecnología y comunicaciones, soy calificado y competente singularmente para identificar nuevas tendencias y oportunidades de apalancamiento. Con su voto, prometo escuchar y aplicar un equilibrio para servir a nuestra comunidad. Gracias por su apoyo. CIUDAD DE PEALUMA CONSEJO DE LA CIUDAD MIKE HARRIS EDAD: 39 Ocupación: Ejecutivo, empresa de servicios financieros, concejal enemos que seguir trabajando juntos para mejorar a Petaluma y traer vitalidad económica a nuestra ciudad. Si soy elegido al concejo de la ciudad, continuaré abogando por oportunidades de revitalización económica para nuestra ciudad. enemos que construir otro eje vial para atravesar la ciudad (Rainier) para atenuar el tráfico en E. Washington Street, terminar el trabajo de mejorar nuestras calles y carreteras, crear más campos de deportes para nuestros niños y continuar haciendo que la seguridad pública sea nuestra prioridad más alta. Soy ejecutivo de una empresa local de servicios financieros que tiene 220 empleados, y tengo una licenciatura en Administración (Contabilidad) y una concentración menor en Economía. Usando mi preparación académica y mi formación en negocios, me permite analizar los asuntos enfrentados por la ciudad desde un ángulo comercial. Un ojo con conocimientos comerciales será necesario en los años venideros, mientras que seguimos mejorando a Petaluma y tratando de animar a los negocios a venir a nuestro pueblo para estimular una revitalización económica. Por favor, consulte mi sito en internet al para información más profunda, llámeme a mi casa al o envíeme un correo electrónico a Si me concede su voto, le daré cuatro años más de trabajo con empeño. Sonoma County

19 VOER S PAMPHLE MEASURES, ANALYSES AND ARGUMENS (whichever is applicable to your ballot) Arguments in support of, or in opposition to, the proposed laws are the opinions of the authors. COUNY OF SONOMA MEASURE N N Shall the Sonoma County Civil Service Ordinance be amended to provide that the director of human resources be appointed by the Board of Supervisors and to add the director of human resources to the list of unclassified employees? COUNY COUNSEL S IMPARIAL ANALYSIS OF MEASURE N he County of Sonoma has a civil service ordinance which was adopted in 1950 by initiative. he ordinance provides for a Civil Service Commission, which establishes rules to implement the purposes of the ordinance. he civil service rules set out procedures that must be followed in the event of employee discipline or layoffs to protect employees in the classified service. Changes to the ordinance require voter approval, unless the ordinance specifically permits such changes without voter approval. For example, in 1994 the ordinance was amended by the voters to allow the Board of Supervisors to change the status of appointed department heads from classified (subject to civil service protection) to unclassified (not subject to civil service protection). As currently written, the ordinance provides that the director of personnel must be appointed by the Civil Service Commission, and specifically provides that the director of personnel shall be in the classified (protected) service. he amendment would change the appointing authority from the Civil Service Commission to the Board of Supervisors, and would change the position from classified to unclassified, consistent with the status of other county department heads. he amendment would also change all references to the director of personnel to the director of human resources, since the personnel department has been renamed the department of human resources. If a majority of the voters voting on this measure vote yes, the measure will be adopted. Otherwise, the measure will fail and the ordinance will remain unchanged. SEVEN WOODSIDE County Counsel By: s/ Kathleen Larocque Deputy County Counsel COUNY AUDIOR S FISCAL IMPAC SAEMEN MEASURE N Revenues and Expenditures his measure would have no effect on revenues and expenditures of the County. In accordance with the Election Code, the scope of this fiscal impact analysis has been limited to the measure s effect on revenues and expenditures. It does not address larger countywide fiscal issues such as the measure s effect on the overall County economy. s/ Rod Dole Sonoma County Auditor-Controller-reasurer-ax Collector ARGUMEN IN FAVOR OF MEASURE N Measure N updates the County Civil Ordinance adopted in 1950 to give the Board of Supervisors the ability to directly appoint the Human Resources Director. he Director of Human Resources is the only department head not appointed by authority of the Board of Supervisors except for elected department heads. his means the person with the responsibility for labor negotiations, employee benefits, and training and development of the County s more than 3,800 full time equivalent employees is not directly accountable to the Board of Supervisors. Measure N will align the County s personnel system with a proven practice that is already in use throughout the state. A practice where the Board of Supervisors appoints and holds accountable the Human Resources Director. In these difficult financial times, we all understand the need for efficient, effective, and accountable government. Measure N improves accountability by ensuring a key member of the management team is answerable to the Board. As your elected representatives, this ability will bolster our management of the County organization to deliver a wide variety of public services through a dedicated and talented workforce. We respectfully request your support for Measure N. SONOMA COUNY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS s/ Valerie Brown, Chairwoman First District Supervisor s/ Shirlee Zane, Chair Pro em hird District Supervisor s/ Efren Carrillo, Vice Chair Fifth District Supervisor s/ Paul Kelley Fourth District Supervisor s/ Mike Kerns Second District Supervisor NO ARGUMEN WAS SUBMIED AGAINS MEASURE N Sonoma County

20 FULL EX OF MEASURE N ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OF HE COUNY OF SONOMA, SAE OF CALIFORNIA, AMENDING ORDINANCE 305A AS SE FORH IN CHAPER 21 OF HE SONOMA COUNY CODE, O REMOVE RESPONSIBILIY FOR HE APPOINMEN OF HE DIRECOR OF PERSONNEL (NOW HUMAN RESOURCES) FROM HE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, AND ADD HE POSIION OF DIRECOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES O HE UNCLASSIFIED SERVICE he People of the County of Sonoma, State of California, do ordain as follows: SECION I. Ordinance No. 305A, as amended from time to time and set forth in Chapter 21 of the Sonoma County Code, shall be amended as follows. Section 21-4 is amended to read: Sec Civil service commission Chairman Meetings Director Responsibilities of director of personnel human resources. and other personnel employees. VOER S PAMPHLE MEASURES, ANALYSES AND ARGUMENS (whichever is applicable to your ballot) Arguments in support of, or in opposition to, the proposed laws are the opinions of the authors. Immediately upon appointment, the civil service commission shall elect one of its members as chairman, who shall call meetings of such commission as often as may be necessary, but at least once a month. With the approval of the board of supervisors, the civil service commission shall appoint a director of personnel from an employment list resulting from competitive examinations. Such director of personnel shall be in the classified service. he civil service commission shall appoint such other employees from appropriate employment lists as may be necessary to perform duties in the personnel department. he director of personnel human resources shall act as executive secretary of the civil service commission and shall perform and discharge under the direction and control of such commission, the powers, duties, purposes, functions and jurisdiction vested in the civil service commission and delegated to him by it. he director of personnel human resources shall be responsible to the civil service commission for carrying out all procedures in the administration of the classified personnel in conformity with the provisions of this article and the rules of such commission. he director of personnel human resources shall keep an official record of all actions taken by civil service commission and shall prepare, or cause to be prepared, an annual report that shall be amended or approved by the civil service commission and submitted to the board of supervisors. Section 21-5 is amended by adding the director of human resources to the unclassified service, as follows: (aa) he director of human resources. SECION II. All ordinances and parts of ordinances and all resolutions inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed. Adopted by a vote of the People at the election held on November 2, Attest: Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Chairman, Board of Supervisors Sonoma County

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