The LVJUSD board discussed and voted on two resolutions on September 18, one to support 30 and one to support 38. These are both tax propositions.
Incumbents Chuck Rogge and Belia Martinez spoke and voted on the resolutions. Challenger David Jonas gave his position as part of public input. Challenger Thomas McLaughlin either was not there or else did not speak.
David Jonas does not support 30 and supports 38.
Chuck Rogge does not support 30 and supports 38.
Belia Martinez supports 30 and does not support 38.
The 30 vote passed 3-2 with Chuck Rogge (and another) dissenting.
The 38 vote passed 4-1 with Belie Martinez dissenting.
Even though they both passed, it was clear that support was tepid at best. Prop 30 has an unreliable income stream, Prop 38 raises taxes too much. And no board member trusts the governor/legislature to keep from "shifting around" funds so that in the future there will be no net benefit to schools from either proposition.
Chuck Rogge and David Jonas did research and had a lot of input, Belia did not have much to say. The student representative asked what is the actual effect on the real world of the LVJUSD board vote. (The answer of course to this question is that the discussion and vote shows up here where voters can watch and make their choices.)
Here is the unfiltered clip of this part of the meeting: