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Voter Guide for District California CA: General Election on November 5th 2024

Blue Voter Guide helps you make quick, informed, pro-democracy choices of candidates and propositions by showing what's on your ballot, with endorsements from trusted, forward-looking organizations.

State

U.S. Senate California

Federal
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Adam Schiff

Democratic Party
person

Endorsed by

Republican Candidates

  • Steve Garvey

U.S. Senate California - Special

Federal
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This race is to fill the remainder of Sen. Feinstein's term.

Adam Schiff

Democratic Party
person

Endorsed by

Republican Candidates

  • Steve Garvey

California State Ballot Measures

State

Lower Supermajority Requirement to 55% for Local Special Taxes to Fund Housing and Public Infrastruc

California Lower Supermajority Requirement to 55% for Local Special Taxes to Fund Housing and Public Infrastructure Amendment (2024)

A "yes" vote supports lowering the vote threshold from 66.67% to 55% for local special taxes and bond measures to fund housing projects and public infrastructure.

A "no" vote opposes lowering the vote threshold from 66.67% to 55% for local special taxes and bond measures to fund housing projects and public infrastructure.

Remove Voter Approval Requirement for Public Low-Rent Housing Projects Amendment

California Remove Voter Approval Requirement for Public Low-Rent Housing Projects Amendment (2024)

A "yes" vote supports amending the California Constitution to repeal Article 34, which requires local voter approval via a ballot measure for federal and/or state government-funded housing projects classified as low rent.

A "no" vote opposes this constitutional amendment, thereby maintaining the local voter approval requirement for publicly-funded housing projects classified as low rent.

Right to Marry and Repeal Proposition 8 Amendment

California Right to Marry and Repeal Proposition 8 Amendment (2024)

A "yes" vote supports this constitutional amendment to:

  • repeal Proposition 8 (2008), which defined marriage as a union between one man and one woman, and
  • declare that a "right to marry is a fundamental right" in the California Constitution.

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A "no" vote opposes this constitutional amendment, thus keeping Proposition 8 (2008), which defined marriage as a union between one man and one woman, in the California Constitution.

Vote Requirements for Initiatives Requiring Supermajority Votes Amendment

California Vote Requirements for Initiatives Requiring Supermajority Votes Amendment (2024)

A "yes" vote supports requiring initiated constitutional amendments proposing increased voter approval requirements for state or local measures to be approved by the same majority requirements they propose, as well as authorizing local government to place advisory questions on local ballots.

A "no" vote opposes requiring initiated constitutional amendments proposing increased voter approval requirements for state or local measures to be approved by the same majority requirements they propose, as well as authorizing local government to place advisory questions on local ballots.