One week left: Vote by Nov. 3!
Yes on 15 & 16; No on 22
If you haven’t voted yet, you have until next Tuesday, Nov. 3 to cast your ballot. As we learned in 2016, elections have consequences!
For a full set of ballot recommendations based on your address, go to the:
Be sure to vote on the many critical propositions on the ballot:
A yes vote would reclaim $12 billion to invest in schools and vital services for our local communities. https://www.yes15.org/
A yes vote would reverse the ban on affirmative action so California can design programs that provide good jobs, better wages, and access to great schools for all. https://voteyesonprop16.org/
A yes vote would restore voting rights to tens of thousands of people currently on parole who have returned home from incarceration yet are unable to participate in elections. https://yeson17.vote/
A yes vote would expand the right to vote to 17-year-olds who will be 18 at the time of the next general election. The expansion applies to primary elections and special elections. https://www.facebook.com/YesProp18/
A no vote would prevent California from enacting certain “tough on crime” policies that contribute to mass incarceration. https://noprop20.vote/
Proposition 21 would allow communities to limit rent increases and preserve affordable housing. It brings stability to seniors, families and working Californians. https://yeson21ca.org/
A no vote would require app-based companies to provide basic protections to their workers such as paid sick leave, workers’ compensation, and unemployment benefits. https://calaborfed.org/no-on-prop-22-faq/
A yes vote would end cash bail in California and replace it with the risk assessment process. While legitimate critiques of risk assessment exist, cash bail is a hideously unfair system. https://yesoncaprop25.com/