Sunday, November 27, 2022

Elections

Election 2022: First Look at Open Senate Seats as Ballot Counting Continues

An old idiom, “It’s all over but the shouting,” may have found an election corollary in California: “It’s all over but the counting.” The November...

Voters Agree with CalChamber Positions: Say ‘No’ to Propositions 29, 30

California voters agreed with the California Chamber of Commerce by giving a resounding “no” to Propositions 29 and 30. Proposition 30 would have increased the...

18 Newspapers Across State Reject Proposition 30

Newspapers across California are urging their readers to vote no on Proposition 30, a November ballot measure that proposes to raise the tax on...

Vote No on Prop 29: 21 Newspapers Across California Reject Prop 29

Newspapers across California are urging their readers to vote no on Proposition 29, a November ballot measure that would require dialysis clinics to maintain,...

Overview of November Ballot Measures

Following are brief summaries of the measures that will appear on the November 8 General Election ballot. When the California Chamber of Commerce has...

California Fair Pay and Employer Accountability Act Qualifies for 2024 Ballot

The Secretary of State has announced that the California Fair Pay and Employer Accountability Act qualified for the 2024 ballot on the random sample...

June Primary Shows Encouraging Trends for CalChamber Members

Tuesday’s California Primary Election results are still a work in progress. There are more than a million ballots left to count plus 30 days...

Citizens Redistricting Commission Delivers Updated Political Maps in Record Time

The California Citizens Redistricting Commission completed its once-every-decade constitutional duty on December 27, 2021, when it submitted final maps to the Secretary of State...

CalChamber Board Takes Positions on Initiatives Aiming for 2022 Ballot

The California Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has voted to support two ballot measures and oppose two others that may go before voters...