The California Labor Federation has announced Labor’s endorsements for state and federal races and ballot measures for the November 6, 2018 general election. These are the crucial races for working people across California

All 2018 Labor Endorsements for state, federal, and local races can be found HERE.

 BALLOT MEASURES

 PROPOSITION 5 | Changes Requirements for Home Owners to Transfer Property Tax. Recommend: Vote NO.
“The Nov. 6 ballot measure would make property taxes in California even less fair while devastating the budgets of local schools and governments. Voters should reject it…Proposition 5 is a reminder that California’s property tax system does need to be made more equitable. But this measure would only make it worse. That is the wrong direction for California.”
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 PROPOSITION 6 | Eliminates Road Repair and Transportation Funding. Recommend: Vote NO.
“Prop 6 would eliminate funding for more than 6,500 bridge and road safety, transportation and public transit improvement projects currently underway throughout California. It would also set the terrible precedent of repealing much-needed revenue that protects our families and creates good-paying jobs.”
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for more information on Prop. 6. Prop 6 Informational Flyer for Download Here.

PROPOSITION 8 | Authorizes Regulation of Dialysis Clinics. Limits Charges. Recommend: Vote YES.
“Proposition 8 will push for-profit dialysis corporations to spend more money on direct patient care. Dialysis corporation revenues will be limited to no more than 15% above the amount they spend on patient care. By linking revenue to care, dialysis corporations will have a greater incentive to invest in patient care.” 
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for more information on Prop. 8

PROPOSITION 11 | Requires Private Ambulance Workers to Remain On-Call During Breaks. Recommend: Vote NO
“[Proposition 11]strips first responders of their right to meal and rest breaks, which makes their jobs more grueling and makes us all less safe. Thousands of California’s first responders are in jeopardy of losing their right to meal and rest breaks, worsening already difficult working conditions and potentially risking public safety.”
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for more information on Prop. 11. Prop 11 Informational Flyer for Download Here.

CANDIDATES

TONY THURMOND for Superintendent of Public Instruction. The clear choice for students, teachers and families. Read our blog post here. Download the Flyer Here.

RICARDO LARA for Insurance Commissioner. Read our blog post here

CONGRESSIONAL RACES

For information on Congressional Races, click here

Campaign 2018 Phone and Walk Schedule

To see the schedule for other GOTV walks across the state, click here