Our Voting Recommendations on the November Ballot Measures

Our Voting Recommendations on the November Ballot Measures

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After careful study and analysis, the League of Women Voters of California have presented their voting recommendations on the following November ballot measures. Stay tuned...there may be more to come.

Yes

    • YES ​ Proposition 15​, Schools & Communities First​
      Leaguers across the state stepped up to gather a record-breaking amount of signatures. We are closer than ever to restoring $12 BILLION for schools and local services.

    • YES ​– P​roposition16​ (ACA 5), Opportunity for All​
      The League signed the ballot arguments to reestablish equal opportunity programs in California and help level the playing field in public higher education, employment, and contracting​.

    • YES ​– Proposition 17​ (ACA 6), Free the Vote Act​
      The League co-sponsored and signed the ballot arguments to restore voting rights to more than 50,000 Californians on parole, a disproportionate number of whom are Black or Brown.

    • YES ​– ​​Proposition 25​, End Money Bail​
      Eradicates the cash bail system, which disproportionately impacts Black and Brown Californians and often causes people who have not been convicted of any crime to spend long periods in county jail and lose jobs, housing, and even their children.

No

    • NO ​ ​– ​Proposition 20, ​Restricts Parole for Non-Violent Offenders
      Authorizes felony sentences for certain offenses currently treated only as misdemeanors. (aka ​Keep California Safe Act​)