Pitching In A Fair Share

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

Won with 71.6% Yes 28.4% No
The recession is threatening public services, and asking those who are wealthy enough to travel to pitch in a little more for all of us is a responsib…

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Measure S – Tax Cannabis Businesses

Won with 62.6% Yes 37.4% No
Although no cannabis businesses currently exist in the city of San Bruno, this measure would add a tax on them in the case that they are eventually pe…

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Measure V – Ask Hotel Guests to Pitch In for Affordable Housing

Lost with 35.34% Yes 64.66% No
The recession is threatening public services, and asking those who are wealthy enough to travel to pitch in a little more for all of us is a responsib…

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Measure Q – Pass Local Recovery and Relief

Won with 72% Yes 28% No
This is a 1/2 percent cent sales tax, with no state takebacks. Though it is a regressive tax, we support it because Daly City urgently needs the money…

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

Won with 74.8% Yes 25.2% No
The recession is threatening public services, and asking those who are wealthy enough to travel to pitch in a little more for all of us is a responsib…

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Measure FF – Raise $8.5 Million for Emergency Response Through Parcel Tax

Won with 74.1% Yes 25.9% No
This measure raises needed funds for firefighting, emergency medical response and wildfire preparedness. It raises $8.5 million through a $0.1047 per…

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Measure X – Add County Sales Tax for Emergency, Early Childhood, & Safety-Net Services

Won with 58.4% Yes 41.6% No
This is a 0.5 cent sales tax with money going to the county general fund, with no state takebacks. Though it is a regressive tax, we support it becaus…

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Measure WW – Impose a New, Regressive Utility Users Tax

Won with 56.8% Yes 43.2% No
Energy companies should be paying these taxes, not individuals in our communities. This amounts to a new regressive tax. The measure would establish a…

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Measure PP – Extend the Existing Utility Users’ Tax

Won with 71.7% Yes 28.3% No
Though utilities, not users, should be paying this tax, this maintains important resources to city services like parks, job training and more. These t…

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

Won with 72.2% Yes 27.8% No
The recession is threatening public services, and asking those who are wealthy enough to travel to pitch in a little more for all of us is a responsib…

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Measure V – Continue Pitching In on Utilities In Unincorporated Areas

Won with 69% Yes 31% No
Extends an existing tax on utility users in unincorporated areas for 13 years. Power companies should be paying these taxes, but contuining this tax i…

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Proposition RR – Caltrain Sales Tax

Won with 69% Yes 31% No
Caltrain, an essential part of our public transit network, will become cleaner, faster, greener and more affordable and accessible if this one-eighth…

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