When you’re filling out your ballot, remember to follow the @CAGOP Voter Guide for propositions. These propositions are critical; they impact our schools, taxation, public safety, and our quality of life. pic.twitter.com/49rNKVGLVG— Jessica Millan Patterson (@millanpatterson) October 6, 2020
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
Don’t be deceived. #Prop19 is a tax increase. That’s why HJTA opposes it and urges you to vote #NOonProp19. We built this new website to share the truth and for taxpayers to share with their friends and neighbors:https://t.co/QmPyVGgB52— Stop the Tax Hikes (@StopTheTaxHikes) October 1, 2020
Read the small print. This a massive net tax increase, adding hundreds of millions to state coffers. The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association says vote no. I’m voting no. This is typical California. Some good policy mixed in with growing the size of state government. https://t.co/1YcJXjG25D— Jon Fleischman (@FlashReport) October 7, 2020
Sacramento politicians are threatening to take away the right of drivers to work as independent contractors and could force a shutdown of app-based services.— CAGOP (@CAGOP) October 2, 2020
Voting YES on Prop 22 saves hundreds and thousands of jobs and gives our economy a boost. pic.twitter.com/WTTtEiEGIx
OUR VIEW:— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 3, 2020
Prop 22 is a big enough rebuke that @JoeBiden’s camp ought to take it as a sign.
If AB5 is insane for the most liberal electorate in the country, why would the rest of the nation take to it kindly?
Prop 23 includes a bureaucratic mandate that increases health care costs $320 million per year. Prop 23’s higher dialysis costs would be passed on to all Californians in the form of higher premiums and higher taxes.— CAGOP (@CAGOP) October 5, 2020
Vote no on Prop 23. pic.twitter.com/wMzh9iRazO
Prop 25 eliminates the right of people accused of crime to have a choice of securing their release through bail or a pretrial release program.— CAGOP (@CAGOP) October 9, 2020
It will make zero bail permanent and cost hundreds of millions of dollars to implement. https://t.co/E2LAm1dckq pic.twitter.com/yFuyGCL4ot
Track your vote-by-mail ballot as soon as it’s been mailed to you. Receive notifications by text, email, or voice call. Counties will begin mailing every registered voter in CA a vote-by-mail ballot by October 5 #VoteSafeCA #VoteCalifornia— CA SOS Vote (@CASOSvote) September 23, 2020