Monday, November 28, 2022

Sample Election Message to Employees

Remember to Vote

As you consider your choices on the November ballot, we want to share with you the positions of the California Chamber of Commerce on the statewide ballot measures. Please don’t interpret this email as a message telling you how to vote. We are providing this information because the CalChamber positions are based on the impact of the ballot measures on California’s economy and jobs climate. For more information on the reasons for each position, please see the link at the bottom of the email.

Prop.: Position: Subject
51: Support: School Bonds
52: Support: State Fees on Hospitals. Federal Medi-Cal Matching Funds
54: Support: Legislative Transparency
58: Support: English Language Education

53: Oppose: Revenue Bonds
55: Oppose: Tax Extension on High Wealth Individuals
61: Oppose: Prescription Drug Purchases. Pricing

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