CSBA supports The Public Preschool, K-12, and College Health and Safety Bond Act of 2020 (Proposition 13) on the March 3, 2020 ballot
Proposition 13 sample resolution: PDF | Word
CSBA press release (12/6/19)
Yes on Prop 13 website
If passed, this measure would provide $15 billion for facilities at the state’s preschools, K-12 schools, community colleges and four-year colleges and universities:
- $2.8 billion for K-12 new construction
- $5.2 billion for K-12 modernization
- $150 million for K-12 lead in water testing and remediation
- $500 million for K-12 Career Technical Education
- $500 million for charter schools
- $2 billion each for Community Colleges, CSU and UC systems
There are two ways a measure can be placed on the ballot.
- The Legislature has the ability to place constitutional amendments, bond measures, and proposed changes in law on the ballot.
- Any California voter can put an initiative or a referendum on the ballot by following the "How to Qualify an Initiative" process.
A statewide ballot measure can be approved by a majority vote of the people. Certain local ballot measures require approval by a 55 percent or a two-thirds vote of the electorate.
To view measures that have qualified for the November ballot, see the California Secretary of State's website.