Vote No

Proposition 24 – Undermines the Consumer Privacy Act to Tech Corporations’ Advantage


Rewrites the Consumer Privacy Act, exempts some of the largest tech corporations from oversight and adds burdens to people who want to protect their personal information from being sold. Vote No to protect your data from tech corporations.

Consumer groups have found many problems in the fine print of this measure, such as allowing tech companies to ignore a universal “do not sell my information” electronic signal and making consumers notify every vendor individually.

Won with 56.23% Yes 43.77% No

A Leaderful Vision for Equity and Justice

April 20, 2021
Here at Bay Rising Action, we know that our communities are powerful and leaderful. When we elect accountable leaders who truly represent us at every…

Textbank for local progressive candidates!

October 29, 2020
Texting is an easy way to get out the vote from wherever you’re based. All you need is a phone and a computer. Sign up now to help support these…

Measure BB – Ranked-Choice Voting

Ranked-choice voting allows diverse voices into the electoral process and frees voters to support who most represents them — not just who the politica…

Measure U – Raise Gross Receipts Tax for the Biggest Businesses

This measure, backed by the Richmond Progressive Alliance, will raise a gross receipts tax on city businesses (a tax on their total income) to fund 91…

Measure Q – Change City Clerk from Elected to Appointed

City of Pittsburg
This measure would make the city clerk appointed, not elected. It stinks of an anti-democracy move.