Last call on Propositions 30 and 32

Important tele-townhall Monday, Oct. 29, 6 p.m.

We’ll call you, or dial (800) 756-6173 on Monday, 6 p.m.

Join your 521 brothers and sisters for a final live tele-townhall about two critical ballot measures that will impact our jobs, our services, and our retirement security. The election is less than two weeks away.

Special Guests:
Michelle Johnson: President, Bakersfield Elementary Teachers Association
Greg Gomez: Region 5 Vice President, SEIU 521
Regina Kane: Kern County Chapter President, SEIU 521

Yes-on-30-No-on-32YES on Prop. 30, the Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act.
Prop. 30 will raise nearly $9 billion by increasing income taxes by only 3 percent on the state’s wealthiest residents. Those funds will stave off another devastating $6 billion in cuts to K-12 public education, community colleges, the state’s higher education system, and public safety


NO on Prop. 32,
the Special Exemptions Act. It’s not what it seems.

Prop. 32 would silence the voices of union members fighting for good jobs, public services, and retirement. At the same time, Prop. 32 creates loopholes that grant big corporations exemptions to spend as much as they want on politics. In other words, Prop. 32 is a trick to give the wealthy and big corporations even more say over our lives.

DETAILS:

Live tele-townhall

Monday, Oct. 29, 6 p.m.

You will be called to join in the call.
Disconnected? Call (800) 756-6173.

Watch the “Boo on 32” video, then join the tele-townhall Oct. 29 to learn what we can do to stop it:

Already signed the pledge? Learn what else you can do to defeat 32.

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