Proposition 1 is huge, expensive and destructive. It would cost taxpayers more than $9 billion. It also redirects the spending of at least $30 billion in mental health services money in its first 10 years, cutting existing mental health services that are working. The human cost of this measure is incalculable.
Prop. 1 builds very little housing, despite being offered as a solution to homelessness. There are better solutions that do not require excessive borrowing or cutting local programs that work. Please get the facts and vote no!
The word is getting out about Prop. 1!
Recent polling shows Democratic and liberal voters down 10%, and Republican voters opposing Prop. 1 by 2-1. Only 51% of voters think this is a "good time" for a pricey bond like Prop. 1, with a $73 billion state budget deficit.
It's simple. The more people learn about Prop. 1, the less they like it!
Now we hope you can help us defeat Prop. 1! Just share the facts!!! And be sure to vote on or before March 5!
See our latest press release for more.
League of Women Voters of California
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
Disability Rights California
Mental Health America in California
California ACLUs (ACLU California Action, ACLU of Northern California, ACLU of Southern California, and ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties)
Orange County Register and 10 of its affiliated Southern California newspapers
Santa Cruz Sentinel
City of San Clemente
and many, many more.
*Please note, many people and groups who oppose Prop. 1 are not formally working on the campaign. This is a grassroots effort, standing up against the governor's campaign.
With your help getting the word out, we can defeat Prop. 1!
We are running a grassroots campaign to get the word out about Proposition 1.
We have the truth, but we need you to give us a louder voice. Your generous donation (of any amount!) will help amplify the message about Proposition 1 and will help all of us to defeat it!
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