Positions on Ballot Measures/Propositions

November 2022

See also: 2022 General Election page

  • NO on Proposition 26 - gambling regulation
  • NO on Proposition 27 - online gambling with new tax
  • NO on Proposition 28 - more state spending on schools
  • NO on Proposition 29 - increased regulation of kidney dialysis
  • NO on Proposition 30 - income tax surcharge
  • NO on Proposition 31 - prohibition of flavored tobacco products
  • NO on Measure A - Morgan Hill zoning restrictions
  • YES on Measure C - Saratoga term limits
  • NO on Measure E - Patterson Joint Unified School District bonds
  • YES on Measure F - Milpitas term limits
  • NO on Measure G - Santa Clara utility funds transfer
  • NO on Measure H - Santa Clara business tax
  • NO on Measure I - San Jose charter amendments package
  • NO on Measure J - Los Gatos business tax increases
  • NO on Measure K - Palo Alto business tax
  • NO on Measure L - Palo Alto utility funds transfer
  • NO on Measure M - Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District parcel tax
  • NO on Measure N - East Side Union High School District bonds
  • NO on Measure O - Campbell Union High School District parcel tax
  • NO on Measure P - Oak Grove School District bonds
  • NO on Measure R - Union School District bonds
  • NO on Measure S - Alum Rock Union School District bonds
  • NO on Measure T - Campbell Union School District bonds

Note: The LP SCC has not taken positions on Proposition 1, Measure B, or Measure D.

June 2022

See also: 2022 Primary page

  • NO on Measure A - Santa Clara Valley Water District Term Limits
  • NO on Measure E - Milpitas Unified School District Parcel Tax
  • NO on Measure G - Fremont Union High School District Bonds
  • NO on Measure H - Mt. Pleasant Elementary School District Parcel Tax
  • NO on Measure I - Alum Rock Union School District Parcel Tax

 

November 2020

See also: 2020 General Election page

  • NO on Proposition 14 - authorizes bonds
  • NO on Proposition 15 - raises taxes on commercial property
  • NO on Proposition 16 - allows government to discriminate by race, sex, etc.
  • YES on Proposition 17 - allows those released from prison to vote
  • Proposition 18 - no position
  • Proposition 19 - no position
  • Proposition 20 - no position
  • NO on Proposition 21 - allows more rent control
  • Proposition 22 - no position
  • NO on Proposition 23 - adds regulations
  • NO on Proposition 24 - adds regulations
  • NO on Proposition 25 - eliminates option of bail for those accused of a crime
  • YES on Measure A - Los Gatos - finance commission
  • YES on Measure B - Los Gatos - term limits
  • NO on Measure C - Mountain View - parking restrictions
  • YES on Measure D -- Mountain View - amendments to rent control (withdrawn)
  • NO on Measure E - Santa Clara (city) - hotel tax increase
  • NO on Measure F - Milpitas - sales/use tax
  • Measure G - no position - San Jose - combined charter amendments
  • NO on Measure H - San Jose - card room tax
  • NO on Measure I -San Jose-Evergreen Community College District - parcel tax
  • NO on Measure J - San Jose-Evergreen Community College District - bonds
  • NO on Measure K - Franklin-McKinley School District - parcel tax
  • NO on Measure L - Campbell Union High School District - parcel tax
  • NO on Measure M - Fremont Union High School District - parcel tax
  • NO on Measure N - Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District - parcel tax
  • NO on Measure O - Palo Alto Unified School District - parcel tax
  • NO on Measure P -Evergreen Elementary School District - bonds
  • NO on Measure Q -Mt. Pleasant Elementary School District - bonds
  • NO on Measure R - Cambrian School District - bonds
  • NO on Measure S - Santa Clara Valley Water District - parcel tax
  • NO on Measure T - Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority - parcel tax
  • NO on Measure RR -Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Authority - sales tax

 

March 2020

See also: 2020 Primary page

  • NO on Proposition 13 - bonds (not the famous "Proposition 13"!)
  • NO on Measure E - San Jose Property Transfer Tax (majority vote)
  • NO on Measure G - Foothill-De Anza $898M Bond debt (55% vote)
  • NO on Measure H - Foothill-De Anza Community College District $48 parcel tax (2/3 vote)
  • NO on Measure I - Morgan Hill Unified School District $900M bond (55% vote)
  • NO on Measure J - East Side Union High School District $60M Bond Debt (55% vote)
  • NO on Measure K - Campbell Union High School District $298 parcel tax (2/3 vote)
  • NO on Measure L - San Benito High School District $30M bond (55% vote)
  • NO on Measure M - Moreland School District $80M Bond debt (55% vote)
  • NO on Measure N - Patterson School District $32.5M Bond debt (55% vote)
  • NO on Measure O - Cupertino Union School District $125 parcel tax (2/3 vote)
  • NO on Measure P - Campbell Union School District $98 parcel tax (2/3 vote)
  • NO on Measure Q - Union School District $149 parcel tax (2/3 vote)
  • NO on Measure R - Franklin-McKinley School District $80M bond (55% vote)
  • NO on Measure S - Oak Grove School District $132 parcel tax (2/3 vote)
  • NO on Measure T - Mountain View-Whisman $295M Bond debt (55% vote)
  • NO on Measure U - Berryessa Union School District $98M bond (55% vote)
  • NO on Measure V - Evergreen School District $125M bond (55% vote)