Re: Pursuant to Measure L, local measures should be placed on November ballots, not before

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April 15, 2019

 

Members of City Council

City of San Diego

202 C Street, 10th Floor

San Diego, CA 92101

       Re: Pursuant to Measure L, local measures should be placed on November ballots, not before

Dear Members of San Diego City Council:

We, the undersigned voting-rights, civil-rights, social-justice, labor and community organizations, request that you honor the will of the voters and refrain from placing local ballot measures on the March 2020 primary election to decide matters that can and should be decided in the November 2020 general election. This will strengthen our democracy and respect the voters’ wishes in overwhelmingly passing Measure L.

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FAQs on Measure L & the March 2020 Election

On April 15, 2019, the San Diego City Council will be asked to move a citizens’ initiative that is backed by the Mayor from the November 2020 general election to the March 2020 primary. The move would run counter to voter intent in Measure L to schedule all citizens’ initiatives for November elections when the most people vote.

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Memo to San Diego Voters Regarding Measure L

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Memo


TO: San Diego Voters

FROM: Alliance San Diego

DATE: April 1, 2019

SUBJECT: Protecting our 2016 vote on Measure L to limit citizens’ initiatives to November

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