For the first time in state history, Prop 15 will raise local property taxes and transfer that revenue to the state to redistribute to other counties.— CAGOP (@CAGOP) October 6, 2020
It destroys our Prop 13 taxpayer protections.
Vote No on Prop 15. https://t.co/dutR0CQ9Sw pic.twitter.com/tnagvRobl0
“Proponents and supporters of split roll have made it clear that coming after commercial property is but the first step in their incremental destruction of Proposition 13 in its entirety – including the protections it affords to homeowners.” https://t.co/Ir2xS7dVoT #NoOnProp15— Stop the Tax Hikes (@StopTheTaxHikes) September 30, 2020
San Diego Union Tribune is "Hell, no" on Proposition 15. Scathing editorial calls for pension reform and asks voters to reject higher taxes until that happens. @HJTA @joncoupal https://t.co/rASjKRPB12 pic.twitter.com/tXWGGjpH3C— Susan Shelley (@Susan_Shelley) September 22, 2020
"If Prop. 15 passes in November, he said, he is convinced his landlord will simply pass the higher cost along to him — and then “'I would close my doors.'” The truth about the devastation to small businesses that Proposition 15 would cause. NO on 15. @HJTA https://t.co/fYpaQKATQD— Susan Shelley (@Susan_Shelley) September 29, 2020
“This is a horrible idea for reasons that go beyond the insanity of imposing the largest property tax hike in state history on employers during a deep recession — and beyond the fact that the cost of the tax hikes would be largely passed on to consumers” https://t.co/qYqLRDuclP— Stop the Tax Hikes (@StopTheTaxHikes) September 21, 2020