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Here are the newspaper nods from the editorial boards of the Daily News and the Los Angeles Times.

Here are the endorsements by the two major Los Angeles newspapers for Tuesday's election. The newspapers did not endorse in every race. You'll find details behind the editorial boards' reasoning by clicking the publication names at the top of the two right columns.

Daily News Los Angeles Times President of the United States Mitt Romney Barack Obama U.S. Senate Dianne Feinstein Dianne Feinstein

U.S. House of Representatives

25th District

 

Howard P. "Buck" McKeon

26th District Julia Brownley Julia Brownley 28th District Adam Schiff 29th District Tony Cardenas 30th District Howard Berman Howard Berman 33rd District Henry Waxman 44th District Janice Hahn

California Senate

25th District

 

Carol Liu

27th District Fran Pavley

California Assembly

39th District

 

Raul Bocanegra

43rd District Mike Gatto 45th District Bob Blumenfield 46th District Adrin Nazarian

Los Angeles County

District attorney

 

Alan Jackson

 

Jackie Lacey

Statewide Initiatives

Proposition 30: Governor's temporary tax hike

Yes Yes Proposition 31: Balanced budget package Yes No Proposition 32: Curbs union power in Sacramento Yes No Proposition 33: Changes law to benefit insurance companies No No Proposition 34: Death penalty repeal Yes Yes Proposition 35: Stronger punishment for human trafficking Yes No Proposition 36: Changes to Three Strikes Law Yes Yes Proposition 37: GMO labeling No No Proposition 38: Molly Munger's education tax No No Proposition 39: Changes taxes for multistate businesses No Yes Proposition 40: Keeping independently drawn political maps Yes Yes

County Measures

Measure A: Making county assessor an appointed position

Yes No Measure B: Requiring condoms in porn movies No No Measure J: Extension of Measure R sales tax Yes Yes
Sean McCarthy November 05, 2012 at 11:47 PM
Here are the recommendations of the Woodland Hills Tarzana Chamber of Commerce for tomorrow's ballot. http://woodlandhills.patch.com/blog_posts/woodland-hills-tarzana-chamber-of-commerce-2012-voter-guide
Sean McCarthy November 05, 2012 at 11:49 PM
Beforeyou vote on Prop 30 or Prop 38 you should watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0VuVLK1J1U
Zookeeper91326 November 06, 2012 at 07:54 PM
No wonder C.A., and especially L.A., is in ruin! Keep digging your grave, people!

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