Send Them a Message…



On May 19, Vote No on 1A to tell the Governor you’re tired of budget gimmicks and send him back to the drawing board to get it right.

Prop 1A is not the solution it is promised to be. It won’t do anything to fix this year’s budget or even next year’s. In fact, if it does take effect it will make our budget problems worse, not better.

Be sure to watch our new ad, featuring accounting professor Dennis Smith discussing 1A.



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