No On 6

Proposition 6 is a deceptive measure on the November ballot that would put Californians' safety and quality of life at risk. Supporters of Prop 6 are opponents to  SB 1 and are spreading false information and flat-out untruths. Get the facts here. Share them. And come November, Vote No On 6.

HOW PROPOSITION 6 PUTS EVERY CALIFORNIAN AT RISK

Proposition 6 is a deceptive measure on the November ballot that would put Californian's safety and quality of life at risk. If passed, the proposition would eliminate more than $5 billion dollars per year in existing transportation funding. These funds are currently being put to use to make road safety improvements, ease traffic congestion, fix potholes, upgrade bridges and overpasses, and improve public transportation in every California community. This measure would jeopardize more than 5,000 transportation improvement projects currently underway or planned throughout the state –making our local roads less safe, more congested and more deteriorated. 

A broad coalition of public safety, environmental, community, business, labor and local government groups is working to make sure California voters know what's at risk. Your No Vote on 6 will mean safer, better California roads, highways, bridges and public transit. Click the information sheets below to learn more.

SB1 is Good for the Economy; Prop 6 Kills Jobs

SB1 spending supports $183 billion dollars in economic investments and creates over 68,000 jobs annually, with a quarter of these jobs being middle-class supporting, construction work. Prop 6 puts those jobs at risk and hurts the economy. A No vote creates jobs, provides better roads, safer bridges and helps the environment.

Public Policy Institute of California Releases October Survey

Prop 6 continues to trail in the polls. Click here for the full report.
 
 
   

No On Prop 6

SB 1 & Prop 6 Facts

 
















 
 

 

SHAREABLE CONTENT

Talk to family, friends and colleagues

Communication of political campaigns with your employees can be tricky. CalCIMA urges you to work with your attorney to ensure you are staying in compliance.  The California Chamber has a great set of Guidelines available.
 

We have uploaded a few sample letters to help deliver the right message to employees, colleagues and friends.
 

 

The hard work has been done

Looking for flyers and other factual informational pieces to share with employees? We can make available to you weekly flyers for distribution in both English and Spanish. These flyers have been fully vetted by the No on 6 Campaign and their attorneys. The funding for these materials is complimentary as they have been fully funded by our partner Vulcan Materials Company. Please contact Stephanie Pridmore for access.

Share on Social Media

Help spread the word about the negative effects of Prop 6 including taking away money for badly needed repairs and upkeep on California's streets, roads, bridges and mass transit. Most importantly, Californians safety is at risk! Click on the images below to download each graphic. Suggested copy has been provided in the caption of each image for your own post. Use the captions as written, or feel free to make your own personal plea to CA friends and family about No On 6.

 

 

Yard Signs Now Available

Exciting news! Yard signs are IN so you and your friends can show your support for No on Proposition 6.

Call or visit one of the locations listed below and the Campaign website to pick up a sign today, put in your yard, and help us STOP the Attack on Bridge and Road Safety!

Please note signs should only be placed in locations where we have explicit permission to do so. Please don’t place them in public spaces (like parks, street medians, etc.) or on places where we do not have permission to post. We appreciate your consideration!

San Diego:
Ironworkers Local 229
Contact Number: (619) 787-1131
Address: 5155 Mercury Point, San Diego, CA 92111

Los Angeles:
Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building & Construction Trades Council
Contact Number: (213) 483-4222
Address: 1626 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90026

Fresno:
UA Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 246
Contact Number: (559) 252-7246
Address: 1303 North Rabe Avenue, Fresno, CA 93727

Kern County:
Operating Engineers Local 12 Bakersfield
Contact Number: (626) 792-8900
Address: 150 Corson Street, Pasadena, CA 91103

Modesto:
UA Plumbers and Steam Fitters Local 442
Contact Number: (209) 338-0751
Address: 4842 Nutcracker Lane, Modesto, CA 95356

San Francisco:
Laborers International Union
Contact Number: (415) 826-4550
Address: 3271 18th Street, San Francisco, CA.

Sacramento:
State Building & Construction Trade Council of California
Contact Number: (916) 443-3302
Address: 1231 I Street, Suite 302, Sacramento, CA 95814

Oakland:
Northern California Carpenters Regional Council 
Contact Number: (510) 568-4788
Address: 265 Hegenberger Road, Suite 200, Oakland, CA 94621

Together, we can fight this dangerous measure that jeopardizes funding for more than 6,500 bridge and road safety, transportation and public transit improvement projects currently underway throughout California.