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Measure J – Let Non-Citizens Serve as Public Officials; Move to Gender-Inclusive Language

Santa Rosa

The ability to serve our communities – whether on a small business commission, parks board, or other entity – should not be determined by where someone was born. Immigrants and non-citizens are part of the fabric of our communities, and should be allowed to serve on boards and commissions. In addition, removing outdated language in official documents and replacing it with language that people of every gender can see themselves in is an important step to building an inclusive, democratic government.

Won with 67.60%

Sara Aminzadeh

California State Assembly District 12
Vying to represent Marin County, Sara Aminzadeh brings a sparkling resume as an environmental advocate, lawyer, and Coastal Commissioner. She’s…

Measure O – Renew Parcel Tax for Fire Protection

Schell-Vista Fire Protection District
This measure continues a current parcel tax to fund vital fire services. Admittedly, this is a regressive way to raise funds, and we would prefer for…

Measure N – Continue Utility Users’ Tax for Public Services

This measure continues a current utility users’ tax to fund vital services. Admittedly, this is a regressive way to raise funds, and we would pr…

Measure M – Implement Cannabis Tax at the Regional Standard

Healdsburg does not yet have cannabis businesses, but likely will soon. This tax would raise revenue and align with other cities in the region by taxi…