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The June 2018 California Voter Guide is available in 7 languages:

 

Chinese Guide [PDF]     English Guide [PDF]      Hmong Guide [PDF]      Khmer Guide [PDF

   

Korean Guide [PDF]     Lao Guide [PDF]    Tagalog Guide [PDF]     Vietnamese Guide [PDF]

 

Did you know there are five ballot measures on the June primary ballot in California? Our state is home to the largest Asian American and Pacific Islander population in the nation and we believe that an informed Asian American and Pacific Islander electorate will benefit our entire state.

We want to help you get the information you need to be an informed and engaged voter, so we created a statewide Asian American and Pacific Islander Voter Guide to educate Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders on a wide range of issues.

A lot of people will be voting in this year’s primary and it’s going to be a close election. Your vote will make the difference.

Please remember to vote on Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Key Propositions

Proposition 68 Parks, Environment, and Water Bond

California is on the frontlines of climate change. Recently, CA has battled extreme droughts, floods, and wildfires. Prop 68 will authorize $4 Billion for parks, environmental protection and water projects.

Proposition 69 Diesel Tax & Transportation Improvement Fee for Transportation-Related Purposes

How many potholes do you drive over on the way home? Prop 69 decides whether revenue from the diesel sales tax and Transportation Improvement Fee will go towards infrastructure improvements.

Proposition 70 Limits Legislature's authority to use carbon pollution revenue to reduce pollution

California is experiencing a climate crisis that needs immediate action. But, Prop 70 would require a two-thirds majority vote on spending plans for clean energy, affordable housing, transportation and climate programs.

Proposition 71 Effective date of ballot measures

Should ballot measures go into effect only after the CA secretary of state certifies election results? Prop 71 would change the status quo from the day after elections to the fifth day after the secretary of state certifies election results. 

Proposition 72 Rainwater capture systems excluded from property tax assessments

Are you planning to add a rainwater capture system to your house or business? Prop 72 decides whether it will be excluded from property taxes after January 1, 2019. 

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