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On behalf of the over 270,000 residents of South LA, Community Health Councils Supports/Opposes the following this Nov. 3rd:


Tax on Commercial and Industrial Properties for Education and Local Government Funding Initiative

Increases funding sources for public schools, community colleges, local government services by changing tax assessment of the commercial and industrial property. Taxes commercial properties based on the current market value versus the original purchase price worth more than $3 million to provide new funding to local governments and public schools. The increased property tax is projected to generate between $6.5 to $11.5 billion in new funding annually. The new tax funds could address affordable housing, homelessness, and support underfunded schools and would be phased in starting in 2022. 


Repeal Proposition 209 Affirmative Action Amendment

Allows diversity as a factor in public employment, education, and contracting decisions by changing a legislative constitutional amendment. The passage of Prop 209 in 1996 eliminated local and state policies and programs designed to increase opportunities and representation for people who faced inequities.


Voting Rights Restoration for Persons on Parole Amendment

Would amend state constitution to allow people on state parole to be able to register to vote, to vote, and to run for elected offices.


Primary Voting for 17-Year-Olds Amendment

Would amend state constitution to permit 17-year-olds to vote in the primary and special elections if they turn 18 by the next general election and are otherwise eligible to vote.


Local Rent Control Initiative

Would expand local government authority to enact rent control on residential property.


Charter amendment to allocate money from the general fund to alternatives to incarceration

Amends the county’s charter to permanent transfer of no less than 10% from the general fund annually to address the impact of racial injustice through community investment and identifying alternatives to incarceration.


Criminal Sentencing, Parole, and DNA Collection Initiative

Would reclassify certain misdemeanors as felonies, restrict parole for a broader list of offenses, and require DNA sample collection from inmates.


Are you registered? Do you know? Call (800) 815-2666 Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm or visit


Mail in your ballot as soon as you get it. Make sure you sign your ballot envelope.


Check the status of your ballot whether you mail it, drop it off at any official drop box of LA County or if you drop it off at any Vote Center starting as early as Oct. 24th. Sign up at


To safely vote in-person, please follow health guidelines as you can vote at any Vote Center in LA County starting as early as Oct. 24th and throughout LA County beginning Oct. 30th. For the nearest polling location to you, contact the LA County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Monday-Friday, 8am – 5pm via phone at (800) 815-2662 x1 or visit

Eligible, non-registered voters can go to any Vote Center in Los Angeles County and both register to vote and cast a ballot via Conditional Voter Registration. Once your registration has been verified, your ballot is then counted during the Official Canvass Period.


Los Angeles County has 400 official ballot drop boxes located throughout the county. For active voters who have received their ballots in the mail and/or are expecting their ballots in the mail, the closest six locations to drop off your ballot via these official ballot drop boxes were included in your ballots. Please ensure you know what the Los Angeles County official ballot drop boxes look like as there are numerous reports of fraudulent/unofficial drop boxes that many of our elections and voter leaders in the state are actively addressing both legally and otherwise.

During the week of Oct. 19th, Los Angeles County is scheduled to mail out reminder postcards that will share methods to expedite the process of ballot drop off’s and share the closest locations to do so. For more information, please visit or call (800) 815-2666 Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm.


Visit, or contact the LA County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Office, Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. Press 2 for vote-by-mail information or 3 for other language options. 

Vote Centers will be open every day starting as early as Oct. 24th and no later than Oct. 30th-Nov. 3rd. From 10am – 7pm during the early voting period. On Election Day Vote Centers will be open from 7am – 8pm.

Voter Hotline: (800) 345-8683, or email 

DON’T FORGET: If you vote-by-mail, seal your ballot card inside the Official Return Envelope, sign and date your ballot envelope and make sure your ballot is postmarked on or before Nov. 3, 2020, and received by LA County elections office no later than Nov. 20, 2020.

Stand Up.
Health is on the Ballot.

Join Us: Dianne M. Segura, Director of Policy & Government Affairs, or via twitter @chcinc