2020 General Election

Vote Yes

Measure I – Add New Parcel Tax to Improve Community College Quality & Affordability

San Jose-Evergreen Community College District
Community colleges are one of the most cost-effective drivers of economic prosperity for all of us, from working-class to wealthy and whether white, B…

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No Position

Measure H – Increase Card Room Tax for City Services

City of San Jose
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

City of San Jose
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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Measure F – Create 1/4¢ Sales Tax for City Services

City of Milpitas
The recession will impact city services deeply. While more progressive measures like taxing corporations should be the way we fill the gap, this small…

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Measure E – Require Hotel Guests to Contribute More for Public Services

City of Santa Clara
Our vital city services will face deep cuts in the wake of the recession. This measure will help to fill the gap for parks, libraries, senior services…

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Measure T – Borrow Funds for School Technology, Repairs, & Safety

San Mateo-Foster City School District
This bond money would go specifically to updating ventilation systems and installing handwashing stations in schools. The funds would also go to class…

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