Proposition 5 is an attempt by the Realtors Association to pit our families and communities against each other across generations. A growing movement of community groups, teachers, firefighters, health care workers, seniors, housing and homelessness advocates, and local governments oppose Prop 5.
Everyone should have a safe, healthy and affordable place to call home. However, corporate landlords are pushing working-class families out of our cities, out of our state, or onto our streets. Prop 10 will restore the right of our local communities to decide how to protect renters in ways that make sense for our own neighborhoods.
MVP is an unprecedented collaboration of California’s strongest community-based networks organizing to expand California’s electorate. We are uniting all of California – low income families, parents, young people, Black, Latino and Asian Pacific Islander communities, immigrants and refugees, people of faith, and the formerly incarcerated – to build our political power as the new California majority.
By voting together, we can win policy changes that lift us all up by rebuilding our neighborhoods, supporting our families, and restoring the promise of opportunity. By 2020, MVP will unite and mobilize 1 million voters to assert a new direction for our state and country. Join us.
The Million Voters Project is an alliance of 8 community-driven state and regional networks working to strengthen and expand democracy: Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE), Asian Pacific Islanders for Civic Empowerment, California Calls, the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA), Power California, PICO California, Inland Empowerment and the Orange County Civic Engagement Table.
Paid for by Million Voter Project Action Fund, No on 5 Yes on 10, Sponsored by Social Justice Organizations. Committee major funding by American Federation Of State, County And Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO; California Federation of Teachers; and Service Employees International Union Local 2015.