Propositions

AYPAL’s Voter Guide for November 2012!

Need more information on the California Ballot Propositions? Check out our voter guide and ally resources below!

Prop 30 – YES!
Increases funding for public education, health care and more by making sure that the richest 1% of Californians pay their fair share in taxes.

Prop 31 – NO
Would greatly expand the authority of the governor to cut or eliminate existing programs in the budget, while potentially causing deeper cuts to education and important public services.

Prop 32 – NO
A deceptive initiative that would allow corporations to increase their political power while silencing the voices of workers in elections.

Prop 33 – NO
Gives auto insurance companies the green light to raise car insurance prices on students, the elderly, and many other Californians that can’t afford consistent coverage.

Prop 36 – YES
Reduces prison overcrowding by reforming the current Three Strikes law to focus on serious and violent offenses.

Prop 37 – YES
We have the right to know how our food is being grown. Prop 37 would require food that has genetically engineered ingredients to be clearly labeled before being sold in California.

Prop 39 – YES
Would close a tax loophole that allows out-of-state companies to pay less in taxes. Money generated by Prop 39 would go towards energy efficiency projects and clean energy jobs in California.

Prop 40 – YES
Would make sure that the Citizens Redistricting Commission’s plan for the new State Senate boundaries stays in place.

For more information on the CA propositions, check out APEN and Mobilize the Immigrant Vote’s voter guides in  English, Chinese, Vietnamese, Tagalog, and Lao!

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