In order to address issues of inequality that systematically impact the LGBTQ community and more-so LGBTQ people of color, San Diego Pride is supporting three measures this election cycle. Please join us in supporting these ballot measures as we address police accountability, affordable housing, as well as systemic racism and gender discrimination in access to employment, housing, and education.
Vote YES for LGBTQ+ equality, safety, and justice.
Vote YES on Measure A, Measure B, and Prop 16.
You may review all of the local ballot measures that will be on your November 2020 ballot at the San Diego Registrar of Voters’ Local Measures guide here. Statewide ballot propositions can be reviewed here: https://voterguide.sos.ca.gov/propositions/
Your full sample ballot will be mailed to you on September 24, 2020, and can be accessed through the San Diego Registrar of Voters website soon: sdvote.com.
San Diego Pride has taken a position on the following 3 measures:
City of San Diego Ballot Measures:
Measure A – A Solution for Homelessness (Housing Bond): YES
Measure B – Establishing a Commission on Police Practices: YES
Statewide Ballot Measures:
Proposition 16 – Restoring Affirmative Action in California: YES