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March 2024 CA Primary Info

HDPD Endorsed Candidates:

  • Derek Marshall (23rd Congressional District)

  • Kipp Mueller (23rd State Senate District)

  • Juan Carrillo (39th Assembly District)

  • Ricardo Ortega (34th Assembly District)

  • Marcus Hernandez (Board of Supervisors 1st District)

Recommendations:

  • Lisa Middleton - CADEM Endorsed  (19th State Senate District)

  • Dieter Carlos Dammeier (Judge Office 15 ) Democrat

  • Prop 1- CADEM Supports

  • San Bernardino County Measure W - We recommend NO

  • Adelanto Measure U - We recommend YES

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PROP 1 - AUTHORIZES $6.38 BILLION IN BONDS TO BUILD MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT FACILITIES FOR THOSE WITH MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE CHALLENGES; PROVIDES HOUSING FOR THE HOMELESS. LEGISLATIVE STATUTE. 

SUMMARY

Put on the Ballot by the Legislature

Amends Mental Health Services Act to provide additional behavioral health services. Fiscal Impact: Shift roughly $140 million annually of existing tax revenue for mental health, drug, and alcohol treatment from counties to the state. Increased state bond repayment costs of $310 million annually for 30 years. Supporters: California Professional Firefighters; CA Assoc. of Veteran Service Agencies; National Alliance on Mental Illness–CA Opponents: Mental Health America of California; Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association; CalVoices

WHAT YOUR VOTE MEANS

  • YES - A YES vote on this measure means: Counties would need to change some of the mental health care and drug or alcohol treatment services provided currently to focus more on housing and personalized support services. The state could borrow up to $6.4 billion to build (1) more places where people could get mental health care and drug or alcohol treatment and (2) more housing for people with mental health, drug, or alcohol challenges.

  • NO - A NO vote on this measure means: Counties would not need to change the mental health care and drug or alcohol treatment services provided currently. The state could not borrow up to $6.4 billion to build more places where people could get mental health care and drug or alcohol treatment and more housing for people with mental health, drug, or alcohol challenges.

SOURCE: https://voterguide.sos.ca.gov/propositions/1/

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San Bernardino County Fire Protection District, California, Measure W, Repeal Special Tax Measure (March 2024)

San Bernardino County Fire Protection District Measure W is on the ballot as a referendum in San Bernardino County Fire Protection District on March 5, 2024.

 

  • A "yes" vote supports repealing the special parcel tax that was approved by voters in 2006, which was in the amount of $117 per parcel per year, with an annual 3% cost of living increase, most recently set by the Board of Directors at $166.84 per parcel for fiscal year 2022-2023.

  • A "no" vote opposes repealing the special parcel tax that was approved by voters in 2006, which was in the amount of $117 per parcel per year, with an annual 3% cost of living increase, most recently set by the Board of Directors at $166.84 per parcel for fiscal year 2022-2023.

Source: https://ballotpedia.org/San_Bernardino_County_Fire_Protection_District,_California,_Measure_W,_Repeal_Special_Tax_Measure_(March_2024)

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Adelanto - Measure U

Adelanto, California, Measure U, Parcel Tax Measure (March 2024)

Adelanto Measure U is on the ballot as a referral in Adelanto on March 5, 2024.

  • A "yes" vote supports authorizing for 20 years an annual parcel tax on vacant land of $50.00 to $600.00/acre annually, generating an estimated $6.2 million per year.

  • A "no" vote opposes authorizing for 20 years an annual parcel tax on vacant land of $50.00 to $600.00/acre annually, generating an estimated $6.2 million per year.

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