“We do not have government by the majority. We have government by the majority who participate.”

Thomas Jefferson

SSV Recommends:


YES on Proposition 1 

Establishing the State Constitutional Right to Reproductive Freedom.

(Legislative Constitutional Amendment)

NO on Proposition 26 

Allowing expanded in-person tribal casino gambling.

NO on Proposition 27 

Allowing online and mobile sports gambling.

NO on Proposition 30 

Bad tax and budget policy with a clean energy facade

YES on Proposition 31 

Ban kidee candy and fruit-flavored tobacco products. (Again)

San Francisco

NO on Proposition I 

Keep cars off JFK Drive

YES on Propositions J 

Keep JFK Drive a Safe Street

City of Menlo Park

NO on Measure V

“It kills development.”

City of Santa Cruz

NO on Measure O

Don’t Block Affordable Housing and New Library

City of Watsonville

YES on Measure Q 

Continue the Watsonville Planned Growth and Farmland Protection Initiative

NO on Measure S 

Replaces Measure O with Myriad “Exceptions” Version

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With Voter’s Edge California, voters can:

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