YES on Prop 30

Vote YES on Prop 30 – Protect Schools and Public Safety

The California Dream was built on a system of public schools and colleges that gave every Californian access to the education needed to get ahead.

We can’t keep cutting our schools and still keep the economy strong for the next generation.

We have to stop the cuts, stop the steep tuition hikes, and invest in our schools and colleges to prepare the next generation for the jobs of the future.


A YES vote on Prop 30 will:
  • Stop another $6 billion in cuts to our schools this year
  • Protect college students and their families from more, steep tuition hikes
  • Invest in preparing the next generation for the jobs of the future

Prop 30 protects taxpayers by:
  • Asking California’s wealthiest to pay a little more so that the middle class doesn’t have to bear the burden. Under Prop. 30, families making below $500,000 a year will pay no additional income taxes.
  • Directing new money for schools into a dedicated account the legislature can’t touch.
  • Annual independent audits to ensure it is being spent only for schools and public safety.
  • Making the audit open to the public so that voters and parents know the funds are being spent properly.

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NO on Prop 32

Vote NO on Prop 32 - Stop Special Exemptions!

Proposition 32 is not what it seems. It was intentionally written to create special exemptions for billionaire businessmen, giving them even more political power to write their own set of rules.

Prop 32 will not take money out of politics. Prop 32 exempts secretive Super PACs, which can raise unlimited amounts of money from corporate special interests and billionaire businessmen to support their candidates or defeat their enemies. And it does nothing to stop anonymous donors from influencing elections.

Prop 32 doesn’t solve Sacramento’s problems, because it was intentionally written to exempt many companies like Wall Street investment firms, hedge funds, real estate developers, insurance companies and corporations that can still create front groups and make unlimited campaign expenditures.


Who does Prop 32 exempt:
  • Super PACs
  • LLCs
  • Real estate developers
  • Business trusts
  • Hedge funds
  • Wall Street investment firms
  • Venture capitalists

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Prop 30 - Protect Schools and Local Public Safety Act - YES

Prop 35 - Californians Against Sexual Exploitation - YES

Prop 40 - State Senate Redistricting - YES

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Prop 31 - State Budget Cap - NO


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AD 09 - Richard Pan/D
AD 10 - Michael Allen/D
AD 11 - Jim Frazier/D
AD 13 - Susan Eggman/D
AD 12 - No Action
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AD 15 - Nancy Skinner/D
AD 16 - Joan Buchanan/D
AD 17 - Tom Ammiano/D
AD 18 - Abel Guillen/D
AD 19 - Phil Ting/D
AD 20 - No Action
AD 21 - Adam Gray/D
AD 22 - Kevin Mullin/D
AD 24 - Rich Gordon/D
AD 25 - Bob Wieckowski/D
AD 27 - Nora Campos/D
AD 28 - Paul Fong/D
AD 29 - Mark Stone/D
AD 30 - Luis Alejo/D
AD 31 - Henry Perea/D
AD 32 - Rudy Salas/D
AD 34 - No Action
AD 36 - Steve Fox/D
AD 37 - Das Williams/D
AD 38 - Edward Headington/D
AD 39 - Richard Alarcon/D
AD 40 - Russ Warner/D
AD 41 - Chris Holden/D
AD 42 - Mark Orozco/D
AD 45 - Bob Blumenfield/D
AD 46 - Adrin Nazarian/D
AD 47 - Joe Baca, Jr./D
AD 48 - Roger Hernandez/D
AD 49 - Edwin Chau/D
AD 50 - Betsy Butler/D
AD 51 - No Action
AD 52 - Norma Torres/D
AD 53 - John Perez/D
AD 54 - Holly Mitchell/D
AD 56 - Victor Manuel Perez/D
AD 59 - Reginald Jones-Sawyer/D
AD 60 - Jose Luis Perez/D**
AD 61 - Jose Medina/D
AD 62 - Steven Bradford/D
AD 63 - Anthony Rendon/D
AD 64 - Isadore Hall/D
AD 65 - Sharon Quirk-Silva/D
AD 66 - Al Muratsuchi/D
AD 70 - Bonnie Lowenthal/D
AD 73 - No Action
AD 78 - Toni Atkins/D
AD 79 - Shirley Weber/D
AD 80 - Ben Hueso/D


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SD 01 - No Action
SD 03 - Lois Wolk/D
SD 05 - Cathleen Galgiani/D
SD 07 - Mark DeSaulnier/D
SD 09 - Loni Hancock/D
SD 11 - Mark Leno/D
SD 13 - Sally Lieber/D
SD 15 - Jim Beall/D
SD 17 - Bill Monning/D
SD 19 - Hannah-Beth Jackson/D
SD 21 - Star Moffatt/D
SD 25 - Carol Liu/D
SD 27 - Fran Pavley/D
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SD 39 - Marty Block/D

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