San Jose

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Yes on Measure B for Fair Elections and a Just Democracy

Won with 55.48% Yes 44.52% No
Democracy works best when it reflects all our voices — no matter who we are, what we look like, or what’s in our wallet. San José has the opportu…

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Measure H – Increase Card Room Tax for City Services

Won with 72.6% Yes 27.4% No
This measure would raise card room taxes from 15% to 16.5% and allow each of the city’s two casinos to add 15 tables. The San Jose Mercury News oppose…

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Measure G – Strengthen Planning Commission & Police Auditing

Won with 77.2% Yes 22.8% No
San Jose has been the site of some of the most egregious abuses by police–from the outright brutalizing of protestors, to the discovery of a rac…

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Cindy Chavez

Won with Advancing to November Runoff: 39.3% Yes 60.7% Other Candidates
Cindy Chavez is a longtime labor and community ally with a history of partnering with grassroots organizations that represent working families and has…

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David Cohen

Won with 51.3% Yes 48.7% No
David Cohen is taking on the most conservative member of the city council. He will represent workers, fight for sustainable climate solutions and work…

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Jake Tonkel

Lost with 46.1% Yes 53.9% No
Jake Tonkel is a committed advocate for racial justice, health care and universal child care, and he is supported by the working people of San Jose. H…

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