Carl DeMaio's San Diego Voter Guide


The 2020 California General Election ballot is REALLY long and confusing - and politicians have even deceptively worded several ballot measures to hide tax hikes! Fortunately, Carl DeMaio and the team at the DeMaio Report have thoroughly researched and vetted measures and candidates to reveal which ballot measures contain tax hikes and which candidates are worthy of support. 

Statewide Ballot Measures

Prop 14:NO

  • Bonds for Government Subsidized Stem Cell Research 

Allows politicians to borrow $5.5 billion at a cost of $7.8 billion to taxpayers to give away funds to so-called research studies on stem cells.  Previous government funding for this was riddled with mismanagement and waste.   

Prop 15: NO

  • Statewide Property Tax Increase (Caution: Ballot Has Deceptive Title)

Deceptive title on your actual ballot will claim it “Increases funding sources for public schools...” when this is REALLY a massive $12-15 billion tax increase that will destroy jobs.  This measure guts Prop 13 from 1978 (Howard Jarvis’ Initiative) for commercial, retail, industrial, and other properties and also allows state politicians to impose new taxes on home-based businesses.  Prop 15 will increase your cost-of-living at a time when working families are already struggling to survive. Worse, if this flawed and costly tax hike measure passes, expect a companion measure in next election to repeal Prop 13 from 1978 and increase property taxes on homeowners.  For more information and to join the fight against Prop 15, go to www.StopPropertyTaxHikes.org

Prop 16: NO

  • Authorizes Discrimination on the Basis of Race in Government Decisions and Hiring (Caution: Ballot Has Deceptive Title)

Deceptive title on your actual ballot will claim it “Allows Diversity as a Factor in Public Employment...” when this would reverse a voter-approved Constitutional Amendment from the 1990s that banned any discrimination on the basis of race in any government decision. If this measure passes, race-based preferences such as quotas and affirmative action would be allowed and merit-based criteria will be disregarded.  Prop 16 fans the flames of racial division and is a step back in the fight for equal protection under the law. 

Prop 17: NO

  • Gives Parolees the Right to Vote 

Biased title on your actual ballot will claim it “Restores right to vote after completing prison term” but fails to note that parolees have NOT yet completed their sentence for their crimes and parole is still considered part of the sentence. Prop 17 would restore early voting rights to violent criminals and is offensive to crime victims. If you break our laws, why should you have a vote in setting our laws?  Under existing law, voting rights can be restored once an individual completes their full sentence, including parole, so Prop 17 is not needed.   

Prop 18: NO

  • Gives 17-Year-Olds the Right to Vote  

For a cost of over $1 million per election cycle, 17-year-olds would be mailed ballots to allow them to vote before they reach legal age.  State law prohibits 17-year-olds from drinking, smoking, and even tanning because science suggests they aren’t old enough to make sound decisions yet. Voting should be no different. Prop 18 is irresponsible and shows that the politicians who placed this misguided measure on the ballot are the true juveniles here.  

Prop 19: NO

  • Increases Property Taxes

Prop 19 is a tax increase disguised as a tax relief measure.  Only one part of Prop 19 is good – a small provision allowing homeowners who are over 55 or meet other criteria to transfer a low property tax base to another property. However, Prop 19 then revokes property tax protections for many other homeowners and uses firefighting as mere window dressing to con voters into raising taxes. Prop 19 would set a really bad precedent and cost taxpayers too much. 

Prop 20: YES

  • Support the Police and Hold Criminals Accountable  (Caution: Ballot Has Deceptive Title)

Deceptive title on your actual ballot will claim it “Restricts Parole for Certain Offenses...” when in fact Prop 20 would merely reverse policies that coddle criminals and allow for early release of dangerous criminals from prison. Prop 20 will restore much-needed enforcement powers to police and prosecutors to hold criminals accountable for looting/repeated shoplifting and other crimes that were considered FELONIES before state politicians watered-down the crimes to simple misdemeanors or less. Prop 20 also expands use of DNA to help catch criminals. For more information OR to request a free “Yes on Prop 20 – Support the Police” lawn sign, go tohttps://reformcalifornia.org/petitions/support-police/

Prop 21: NO

  • Rent Control

Prop 21 is a disastrous measure that will increase the cost-of-living in California and lead to less housing supply.  Rent control may sound good to some but everywhere rent control has been tried rents have actually skyrocketed higher. Economic studies show that Prop 21’s approach to rent control makes rents rise quicker because property owners will take the maximum allowed increase each year whether or not market conditions justify it just because they know future increases are always capped.  Prop 21 will choke the supply of apartments by providing a disincentive for builders to invest in them. 

Prop 22: YES

  • Allow Uber/Lyft and other App-Based Transportation and Delivery Services to Operate in California(Caution: Ballot Has Deceptive Title)

Deceptive title on your actual ballot will claim it “Exempts App-Based Transportation and Delivery Companies from Providing Employee Benefits...” when Prop 22 actually FAVORS the drivers of these companies by allowing them the freedom to continue to work as independent contractors with a variety of benefits and protections.  Prop 22 is part of the larger fight to repeal the terrible AB 5 law that state politicians imposed this year that has all-but banned the use of independent contractors. 1 million jobs are at stake and are being damaged by AB 5. To join the fight against AB5 and in support of Prop 22, go to www.DefendFreedomToWork.com

Prop 23: NO

  • New Costly Regulations for Kidney Dialysis Clinics

Deceptive title on your actual ballot will claim it “Establishes State Requirements for Kidney Dialysis Clinics” when 1) there are already numerous regulations governing these clinics and 2) Prop 23 would add unnecessary costs and burdens on kidney dialysis clinics in an attempt to force workers into unions to pay dues that then are given to politicians in the form of campaign contributions.  Prop 23 is a sham initiative that is hazardous to public health. 

Prop 24: NO

  • Amends Consumer Privacy Laws

Everyone likes privacy, but Prop 24 is a flawed initiative that creates a $10 million-a-year government bureaucracy that would only be able to be reformed or eliminated by requiring voters to consider yet another ballot measure in the future. This flawed initiative actually reduces privacy in a number of ways and distracts from implementation of a new law that just went into effect to improve privacy in the digital age. Let’s wait to see the results of that existing law first before adding to costly mandates. 

Prop 25: NO

  • Referendum: Should We Ban Cash Bail System for the “Honor System”

State politicians intentionally worded Prop 25 in a confusing way so that people don’t know whether a Yes vote means No and a No vote means Yes or whatever.  To simplify things, vote NO on Prop 25 if you want to block a flawed law that the politicians imposed that would ban bail as a requirement of releasing individuals charged with serious crimes. Liberals want to replace bail with the “honor system” of hoping criminals show back up for their court date. Prop 25 would result in the creation of a new costly bureaucracy where government workers would be hired to “trace” people and ask them to voluntarily come to court hearings.  Prop 25 is a dangerous law that puts crime victims at risk. 

Carl DeMaio's 2020 Election Guide is sponsored by Dallo Law Group.

San Diego County: Local Ballot Measures

Measure A:  NO

  • Tax Increase: General Obligation Bonds for Affordable Housing

Only voters in City of San Diego – Measure A is a massive 48-year property tax increase that will cost the average San Diego homeowner over $550 in the first five years alone.  Measure A takes on $900 million in bonds that will cost taxpayers over $2.2 billion to repay. Measure A provides funds for politicians to impose government-subsidized housing projects on communities that do not want these projects. The Government Accountability Office has criticized the alarmingly high cost-per-unit of these boondoggle projects. To join the campaign against Measure A and get a free “No on Measure A – Stop Tax Hikes” visit www.CleanUpCityHall.com

Measure B: YES

  • Charter Amendments Establishing Commission on Police Practices                 

Only voters in City of San Diego – Measure B will provide greater independence for review of the San Diego Police Department. Under the current review board, the city’s police department investigates itself and the review board has no ability to conduct an independent investigation. Measure B fixes that problem.   

Measure C: YES

  • Charter Amendment: District-Only Elections for School Board 

Only voters in San Diego Unified School District – The current way in which San Diego Unified school board elections are conducted forces District representatives to be elected by their District in a Primary and then advance to a mandatory runoff city-wide in a General Election – which results in voters selecting candidates for a district they do not even live in.  Measure C would fix this flawed election process to ensure that each district gets to elect their representative. 

Measure D: YES

  • Charter Amendment: Procedures to Remove School Board Members for Cause and to Fill Vacancies

Only voters in San Diego Unified School District - In 2018 current school board member and public school teacher Kevin Beiser was accused of sexual misconduct, but refused to resign. This scandal revealed the weakness in current school board policies that prohibit the board from removing a member for cause.  Measure D provides procedures to fix this problem. 

Measure E:  YES

  • Removing 30-Foot Height Limit in Midway-Pacific Highway Planning Area

Only voters in City of San Diego – The Sports Arena area needs to be revitalized and Measure E allows for a financially-viable development to occur in this area.  Even with Measure E’s passage any specific development project proposed in the Sports Arena area would still have to undergo City Council review and approval processes complete with public input. 

Measure G:  NO

  • City Council Compensation

Only voters in City of Carlsbad – City politicians want a pay raise in the middle of an economic downturn and a pandemic? Unbelievable! NO. WAY. 

Measure H: NO

  • Pro-Marijuana Initiative

Only voters in City of Encinitas – Measure H would authorize the placement of pot shops in Encinitas and authorize a special “fee” for the privilege (tax).  In addition, Measure H contains language that discriminates against non-union workers by requiring the use of labor union programs.  California oversight of marijuana sales and use is still not adequate and that makes Measure H too risky.   

Measure I:  NO

  • Tax Increase: Imperial Beach Emergency Response/Vital Services 

Only voters in City of Imperial Beach – Measure I is a massive sales tax hike for a woefully mismanaged city. Measure I will not improve emergency response/vital services – that's simply the “window dressing” to con you into approving a costly tax hike and giving politicians a blank check.   

Measure J: NO

  • Tax Increase: Marijuana Tax

Only voters in City of Lemon Grove – Measure J is a blank check tax hike for a woefully mismanaged city.   

Measure K: YES

  • Oceanside: Term Limits 

Only voters in City of Oceanside – Measure K imposes common-sense term limits on the Mayor and City Council.   

Measure L:  Neutral

  • Oceanside: North River Farms Project

Only voters in City of Oceanside – A Yes vote on Measure L would approve a development project previously approved by the Oceanside City Council for the North River Farms project with 585 homes and a 24.9 acre commercial village.  We obviously need more housing in San Diego, concerns include density of the project and whether appropriate supporting infrastructure will be provided to service the project. 

Measure M: NO

  • Oceanside: Marijuana Tax 

Only voters in City of Oceanside – Measure M is a tax hike for the GENERAL FUND in Oceanside. Don’t for a moment think this money will go to deal with impacts of marijuana sales.  

Measure N: NO

  • Voter Approval for Development

Only voters in City of Santee – Measure N is simply a revote on the flawed Measure A from March 2020 that was overwhelmingly rejected by voters already. Measure N would crowd Santee’s future election ballots with a multitude of development projects. Special interests will use this requirement to shake down every single development project for sweetheart deals in exchange for political support in the campaign. In addition, every item placed on the ballot costs taxpayers money. Land use decisions should be made by your City Council representatives. If you don’t like what they do, vote them out.

Measure P:  YES

  • The Farm in Poway Specific Plan

Only voters in City of Poway – Measure P would allow for redevelopment of the Stoneridge County Club project. The current site has fallen into disrepair and we need to revitalize this area with this project that has earned the unanimous support of the Poway City Council.   

Measure Q: NO

  • Term Limits (Bad)

Only voters in City of Santee – Measure Q is a flawed version of Term Limits because it fails to separate out the term limit of the Mayor from the City Council. Measure R is a much better approach to Term Limits. 

Measure R: YES

  • Term Limits (Good)

Only voters in City of Santee – Measure R imposes a Term Limit on the Mayor and a separate Term Limit on the City Council.   

Measure S: NO

  • Pro-Marijuana Initiative and Tax

Only voters in City of Solana Beach – Measure S would authorize the placement of pot shops in Solana Beach and authorize a special “fee” for the privilege (tax). California oversight of marijuana sales and use is still not adequate and that makes Measure S too risky. 

Measure T: NO

  • Bond/Tax Increase

Only voters in Cajon Valley School District – Measure T would impose a property tax hike and would authorize politicians to increase debt owed by taxpayers.  Measure T fails to provide taxpayers with adequate protections on how this money would be spent.   

Measure U: NO

  • Bond/Tax Increase

Only voters in Dehesa School District – Measure U would impose a property tax hike and would authorize politicians to increase debt owed by taxpayers.  Measure U fails to provide taxpayers with adequate protections on how this money would be spent.   

Measure V: NO

  • Bond/Tax Increase

Only voters in La Mesa/Spring Valley School District – Measure V would impose a property tax hike and would authorize politicians to increase debt owed by taxpayers.  Measure V fails to provide taxpayers with adequate protections on how this money would be spent.   

Measure W: NO

  • Bond/Tax Increase

Only voters in Oceanside Unified School District – Measure W would impose a property tax hike and would authorize politicians to increase debt owed by taxpayers.  Measure W fails to provide taxpayers with adequate protections on how this money would be spent. 

Measure X: YES

  • Term Limits

Only voters in South Bay Union School District – Basic Term Limits measure for school board members. 

Measure Y: NO

  • Tax Increase: Lakeside

Only voters in Lakeside Fire Protection District – Measure Y imposes an unnecessary and costly tax. A better approach is to demand that existing county taxes be allocated to regional fire protection with additional funds provided to each rural fire district. In addition, taxpayers should demand certain accountability reforms be imposed on any new funding streams. 

Measure Z: NO

  • Tax Increase: Rincon CSD

Only voters in Rincon Ranch Community Services District – Measure Z imposes an unnecessary and costly tax.  Your gas taxes and SANDAG taxes are being diverted from road repairs. Tell politicians to fix that first before raising taxes in the middle of a pandemic.  

Measure AA: NO

  • Tax Increase: Valley Center

Only voters in Valley Center Fire Protection District – Measure AA imposes an unnecessary and costly tax. A better approach is to demand that existing county taxes be allocated to regional fire protection with additional funds provided to each rural fire district. In addition, taxpayers should demand certain accountability reforms be imposed on any new funding streams. 

Federal Candidate Races

U.S. President

  • Donald J. Trump 

US Congress

  • Vote for the Republican in every district. If you don’t have a Republican to vote for (e.g. District 53) just leave it blank. 

State Candidate Races

State Senate – District 39 

  • Linda Blakenship 

State Assembly – District 75 

  • Marie Waldron 

State Assembly – District 76 

  • Melanie Burkholder 

State Assembly – District 77 

  • June Yang Cutter 

State Assembly – District 78 

  • No Endorsement.   Both choices are terrible; sorry, you are doomed. 

State Assembly – District 79 

  • John Moore 

State Assembly – District 80 

  • John Vogel  

County & City Candidate Races

San Diego County Boards 

County Board of Supervisors – District 1

  • No Endorsement. Definitely NOT Ben Hueso 

County Board of Supervisors – District 2

  • Joel Anderson 

County Board of Supervisors – District 3

  • Kristin Gaspar 

County Board of Education – District 1

  • Mark Powell 

County Board of Education – District 2

  • Tamara Rodriguez 

Judge Race

Superior Court Judge – Office No. 30

  • Paul Starita 

City of San Diego

Mayor

  • No Endorsement. 
    • Barbara Bry Interview: Barbara Bry Fights to Save Taxpayers Millions LISTEN HERE
    • Todd Gloria Interview: Refused to do an interview. 

City Attorney

  • No Endorsement.  

City Council District 1

  • No Endorsement. 

City Council District 3

  • No Endorsement.   

City Council District 5

  • Joe Leventhal 

City Council District 7

  • Noli Zosa 

City Council District 9

  • No endorsement.  

Carlsbad

City Council – District 2

  • Keith Blackburn 

City Council – District 4

  • Phil Urbina 

Chula Vista

City Council – District 3

  • Henry A Martinez ll 

City Council – District 4

  • Mike Diaz 

Coronado

City Council

  • John Duncan 

Del Mar

City Council

  • Daniel Quirk  (Strategic voting: Only vote for this ONE – Don't help the others) 

El Cajon

City Council – District 2

  • Humbert Cabrera 

City Council – District 4

  • Phil Ortiz 

Encinitas

Mayor

  • Julie Thunder 

City Council - District 1/2

  • No Endorsement 

Escondido

Treasurer

  • Douglas Schultz 

City Council – District 2

  • Tina Ostrem Inscoe

City Council – District 3

  • Joe Garcia 

City Council – District 4

  • Mike Morasco 

Imperial Beach

City Council District 2

  • John Fisher 

City Council District 4

  • Will Nimmo 

La Mesa

City Council

  • Laura Lothian 
  • Kristine Alessio 

Lemon Grove

Mayor

  • No Endorsement 

City Council

  • Teresa Rosiak  (Strategic voting: Only vote for this ONE – Don't help the others) 

Oceanside

Mayor

  • Christopher Rodriguez 

City Clerk

  • Laura Bassett 

District 3

  • Ryan Keim 

District 4

  • Peter Weiss 

Poway

City Council District 2

  • Barry Leonard 

City Council District 4

  • Caylin Frank 

San Marcos

City Council District 3

  • Sharon Jenkins 

City Council District 4

  • Ed Musgrove 

Santee

Mayor

  • John Minto 

City Council District 3

  • Laura Koval 

City Council District 4

  • Dustin Trotter 

Vista

City Council District 2

  • Joe Green 

City Council District 4

  • No Endorsement. Amanda Rigby has been a big disappointment 

School District Candidates

Alpine Union School District

  • Travis Lyon 
  • Joseph Paul Perricone 

Carlsbad Unified School District – Area 2

  • Elisa Williamson 

Carlsbad Unified School District – Area 3

  • Ray Pierson 

Cajon Valley Union High School District – Area 4

  • Karen Clark-Mejia 

Cajon Valley Union High School District – Area 5

  • James Miller Jr 

Cardiff School District

  • Steven Grimaldi  
  • Nancy Orr  

Chula Vista Elementary School District – Seat 2

  • No Endorsement 

Chula Vista Elementary School District – Seat 4

  • Douglas Wolf 

Coronado Unified School District

  • Kenneth Michael Canada 
  • Stacy Keszei 

Dehesa School District

  • Doris Rivas-Brekke  (Strategic voting: Only vote for this ONE – Don't help the others) 

Del Mar Union School District

  • Marianne Grosner 
  • Kymberly Van Der Linden 

Encinitas Union School District

  • Matthew Wheeler  (Strategic voting: Only vote for this ONE – Don't help the others) 

Escondido Union High School District – Area 3

  • Christi Knight 

Escondido Union High School District – Area 4

  • Dane White

Escondido Union School District – Area 3

  • Mark Olson  

Escondido Union School District – Area 5 Short Term

  • Frank Huston 

Fallbrook Union Elementary School District – Area 2

  • No Endorsement 

Fallbrook Union Elementary School District– Area 3

  • No Endorsement

Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College – Area 3

  • Bartek Bartosz Murawski 

Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College – Area 4

  • Jordan Gascon 

Grossmont Union High School District – Area 2

  • Justin Slagle

Jamul-Dulzura Union School District – Area 2

  • No Endorsement 

Julian Union School District

  • No Endorsement. 

La Mesa-Spring Valley School District – Area 4

  • Sarah Riley 

La Mesa-Spring Valley School District – Area 5

  • Lorena Smith  

Lakeside Union School District

  • Charles “Chuck” Plante 
  • Lara Hoefer Moir 

Lemon Grove School District

  • No Endorsement. 

Lemon Grove School District – Short Term

  • No Endorsement.

Miracosta Community College – Area 3

  • Chris Chen 

Miracosta Community College – Area 4

  • Frank Merchat 

Miracosta Community College – Area 5

  • Andrew Reinicke 

Mountain Empire Unified School District– Area 6

  • Tina Heimerdinger  

National School District

  • No Endorsement.

Oceanside Unified School District – Area 5

  • Mike Blessing

Palomar Community College – Area 2

  • Christian Garcia 

Palomar Community College – Area 3

  • David Vincent 

Palomar Community College Area – 4

  • John Santhoff 

Poway Unified School District – Area A

  • Tim Dougherty 

Poway Unified School District – Area E

  • Cindy Sytsma 

Ramona Unified School District 

  • Dawn Perfect 
  • John Rajcic

Rancho Santa Fe School District

  • Annette Ross 
  • Rosemarie Rohatgi

Santee School District – Seat 2

  • Jeremy Thomas  

Santee School District – Seat 4

  • Jake Terenzini 

San Diego Community College – District B

  • Daniel Piedra 

San Diego Community College – District D

  • Mike Palomba 

San Diego Unified School District – District A

  • Crystal Trull 

San Diego Unified School District – District E

  • No Endorsement.  Sharon Whitehurst-Payne is absolutely the worst! 

San Dieguito Union High School District – Area 2

  • Leslie Schneider 

San Dieguito Union High School District – Area 4

  • Michael Allman

San Marcos Unified School District – Area A

  • Joseph Lai  

San Marcos Unified School District – Area B

  • Brian Epperson 

San Marcos Unified School District – Area D

  • Victor Graham 

San Ysidro School District

  • No Endorsement

Solana Beach School District

  • No Endorsement 

South Bay Union School District – Area 3

  • No Endorsement. 

Southwestern Community College – Seat 3

  • Bud William Mc Leroy

Sweetwater Union High School District – Area 2

  • No Endorsement.  

Sweetwater Union High School District – Area 4

  • No Endorsement.  

Valley Center-Pauma Unified – Area 5

  • No Endorsement 

Vista Unified School District – Area 1

  • No Endorsement 

Vista Unified School District – Area 4

  • Bill Faust 

Vista Unified School District – Area 5

  • John Murphy 

Warner Unified School District

  • Melissa Krogh  
  • Anthony Bryon Klemaske ll 

Special District Candidates

Alpine Fire Protection Vote 2

  • Tim Mehrer 
  • Steve Taylor 

Borrego Water District

  • No Endorsement. 

Crest CPA Vote 2

  • Ron Nehring  (Strategic voting: Only vote for this ONE – Don't help the others) 

Fallbrook CPA 

  • Lee DeMeo 
  • Stephani Baxter  
  • Jim Loge 
  • Roy Moosa 
  • Jack Wood Jr 

Helix Water District – Division 1

  • Douglas Sterling 

Helix Water District – Division 5

  • Joel Scalzitti 

Leucadia Wastewater Division – Division 1

  • No Endorsement. 

Leucadia Wastewater Division – Division 3

  • No Endorsement. 

Leucadia Wastewater Division – Division 5

  • Judy Hanson 

North County Fire Protection District – Division 1

  • Lee DeMeo 

Olivenhain Municipal Water District – Division 4 Short Term

  • Kristie Bruce-Lane 

Olivenhain Municipal Water District – Division 5

  • Edmund Sprague 

Otay Water District – Division 2

  • Ryan Keyes 

Otay Water District – Division 4

  • No Endorsement. 

Otay Water District – Division 5

  • Mark Robak 

Padre Dam Municipal Water District – Division 2

  • James Sly 

Palomar Health – Division 2

  • No Endorsement. 

Palomar Health – Division 6

  • Duncan Fane 

Rainbow Municipal Water – Division 1

  • No Endorsement 

Rainbow Municipal Water – Division 5

  • Michael Mack 

Ramona CPA (Strategic voting: Only vote for these ones – Don't help the others) 

  • Dan Summers 
  • Maya Phillips 

Ramona Municipal Water – Division 1

  • Jeff Lawler 

Ramona Municipal Water – Division 3

  • Thomas Ace 

Ramona Municipal Water – Division 5

  • No Endorsement. 

Rancho Santa Fe CSD

  • Douglas Moul 
  • Deborah Plummer 

Rancho Santa Fe Fire

  • Eileen Robarge 
  • Jim Ashcraft 
  • Nancy Hilgren 

Rincon Del Diablo Water – Division 5

  • Inki Kim Welch 

Santa Fe Irrigation – Division 2

  • David Petree 

South Bay Irrigation – Division 2

  • No Endorsement. 

South Bay Irrigation – Division 3

  • No Endorsement.  

South Bay Irrigation – Division 5

  • No Endorsement. 

Tri-City Healthcare – Division 1

  • Jimmy Burlew 

Tri-City Healthcare – Division 3

  • Gigi Gleason 

Tri-City Healthcare – Division 5

  • No Endorsement 

Tri-City Healthcare – Division 7

  • Deborah Vietor 

Valley Center Parks & Rec

  • Gina Roberts  (Strategic voting: Only vote for this ONE – Don't help the others) 

Valley Center Fire Protection District

  • Gina Roberts 

NOTE: This Election Guide reflects the endorsements made by Carl DeMaio and should not be taken as an official endorsement or position of the station or iHeartMedia. 

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