Tuesday, November 5 is election day, with a number of important issues and candidates facing voter opinión. The media are predicting a low turnout on the 5th. What that traditionally has meant is that conservatives domínate the polls, and once again, we will see Republicans and Watergates controlling every level of government. We can prevent this by turning out to vote in large numbers. In our last issue (Number 23, October 25, 1974), we ran stories on the various races, and our endorsements of candidates and ballot issues. We don't have room to run it all down again, but copies of that issue are available at the SUN office, 603 E. William for anyone who missed it. Our endorsements are repeated briefly below (convenient to cut out and take to the polls with you if you agree with them). Probably the most important issue, and the one which is in greatest need of our support is Preferential Voting, proposal G. If this passes, it will virtually guarantee the end of a Republican mayor in Ann Arbor. Check out our endorsements, and be sute you go to the polls on Tuesday and vote. It can make a difference. SUN ENDORSEMENTS Governor and Lieütenant Governor-HRP, Zolton Ferency & Regina McNulty. Attorney General-HRP, Clarice Jones Secretary of State-HRP, James F. McClure Congress-Dem, John Reuther State Senate-Dem, Peter Eckstein State Representative-Dem, Perry Bullard M Board of Educa tion-HRP, Karen Baize & Lordell Taylor Univ. of Mich. Regent-HRP, Ellen Hoffman County Commissioners-6th dist., Ypsi, HRP, Dave Nicholson; I3tkf Dem, Raymond G. Shoultz; 14th, HRP, Diane Hall; 15th, HRP, Martin Wegbreit. ■ YES ON PROPOSAL G-PREFERENTIAL VOTING No on A-Transportation; Yes on B-Veteran Bonus; Yes on C-Repeal Food and Drug Sales Tax; No on D-Mass Transit; No on E County Manager; Yes on F-WCC Millage. Non-partisan District Court Judges-Don Koster and George Alexan der. .