A break-down of the propositions on the 2018 California ballot

November 6, 2018

Proposition 1: Allows for $4 billion in general obligation bonds to fund for veterans and low-income residents

Proposition 2: Invests in housing for those with mental illnesses

Proposition 3: Allocates $8.9 billion for infrastructure projects including water supply, sustainability and wildlife

Proposition 4: Finances $1.5 billion for children’s hospitals

Proposition 5: Allows for homeowners over 55 years old to save on property taxes when moving to a new home

Proposition 6: Repeals fuel and vehicle tax recently passed, decreasing funds for road and highway infrastructure

Proposition 7: Allows legislature to change daylight savings time with two-thirds vote

Proposition 8: Requires kidney dialysis clinics to pay rebates and have revenues limited by a formula

Proposition 9: Removed from ballot

Proposition 10: Allows counties and cities to decide rent controls and other jurisdictions on residential property

Proposition 11: Requires ambulance service providers to remain “on-call” while taking breaks

Proposition 12: Requires conditions for confining farm animals, prohibits sale of animal products not in line with these requirements

Check out the official voter guide for more information. 

For more information, check out these resources:

VoteSureCalifornia Secretary of State’s official list of nonpartisan election resources

BallotpediaNonprofit and nonpartisan encyclopedia containing information on candidates on the ballot

Voter’s Edge California: Nonprofit and nonpartisan project between Maplight and the League of Women Voters of California with in-depth information on what’s on your ballot

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