California ballot for November ...

...identified by the Secretary of State, Alex Padilla.  Secretary Padilla also invited interested Californians to submit arguments to be considered for inclusion in the Official Voter Information Guide. The guide is mailed to every voting household in California and posted on the Secretary of State’s website.

Proposition 14.     Authroizes bonds to continue funding stem cell and other medical rerearch,  Intitiative statute. Inititive statute. 19-0022A1

Proposition 15      Increases funding for public schools, community colleges, and local government services by changing tax assessment of commercial and industrial property.  Intiative Constitituional Amendment.  19-0008

Proposition 16.    ACA 5 (Resolution Chapter 23), Weber. Government preferences. 

Proposition 17.    ACA 6 (Resolution Chapter 24), McCarty. Elections: disqualification of electors.

Proposition 18     ACA 4 (Resolution Chapter 30), Mullin. Elections: voting age.

Proposition 19      ACA 11 (Resolution Chapter 31), Mullin. The Home Protection for Seniors, Severely Disabled, Families, and Victims of Wildfire or Natural Disasters Act.

Proposition 20.     Restricts parole for non-violent offenders. Authorizes felony sentereces for certain offenses currently treated only as misdemeanors.  Initiative statutue 17-0044 

Proposition 21.     Expands local governments' authortiy to enact rent control on residential property.  Initiative statute 19-0001

Proposition 22     Changes employment classification rules for app-based transportation and delivery drivers.  Inititive statue. 19-0026A1

Proposition 23.    Authorizes state regulation of kidney dialysis clinics.  Establishes minimum staffing and other requirements.  Initive statutue 19-0025A1

Proposition 24.    Amends consumer privacy laws.  Initiative statute.  19-0021A1

Proposition 25.    Referendum to overturn a 2019 law that replaced money bail system with a system based on public safety risk. 18-0009

November 2020 Election update

Ballot measures/initiative and referendum are published online regularly by the California Secretary of State, Alex Padilla.

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