Vote 2018

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Santa Ana City Council/Mayoral Candidates

Part 1: Santa Ana City Council/Mayoral Candidates Forum October 17, 2018

Part 2: Santa Ana City Council/Mayoral Candidates Forum October 17, 2018

SPANISH AUDIO: Connect to Council Candidates Forum September 19, 2018

Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce Forum September 25, 2018


Santa Ana Unified School District Candidates:

Santa Ana Unified School District Candidates Forum October 11, 2018


State Propositions

 

Voter_Guide_Propositions.pdf

Guia_Para_Votar_Proposiciones.pdf


Santa Ana Ballot Measures

 

MEASURE X: SANTA ANA NEIGHBORHOOD SAFETY, HOMELESS PREVENTION AND ESSENTIAL CITY SERVICES ENHANCEMENT MEASURE 

Question before the Voters: “To maintain effective 9-1-1 response; retaining firefighters and police officers; addressing homelessness; fixing streets; maintaining parks, youth and senior services, and unrestricted general revenue purposes; shall the sales tax be increased one and one half (1.5) cents until 2029 providing approximately $60 million dollars annually, then reduced to one (1) cent providing approximately $40 million dollars annually, until 2039, requiring annual audits, citizens oversight and for Santa Ana use only?”

MEASURE AA: REQUIRE BY-WARD NOMINATION AND ELECTION OF COUNCILMEMBERS, AND REDRAWING OF WARD BOUNDARIES TO COMPLY WITH STATE AND FEDERAL LAW

Question before the Voters: “Shall City of Santa Ana Charter sections 101.2 and 400 be amended requiring City Councilmember election from his or her residency ward and only by registered voters of that ward, instead of City Councilmember elections by registered voters of the entire City, with ward boundaries to be drawn as required by law?”

MEASURE Z: CITY CHARTER MODERNIZATION AND UPDATE OF ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

Question before the Voters: “Shall the Charter be amended to: modernize and remove outdated language to reflect changes or conflicts in the City or State law concerning gifts and campaign contributions and designated City funds; create consistency in the Municipal Code regarding boards or commissions; and move the qualifications for the Finance Director to the Municipal Code?”

MEASURE Y: APPROVE ORDINANCE REGARDING A MARIJUANA/COMMERCIAL CANNABIS BUSINESS LICENSE TAX

Question before the Voters: “Shall Chapter 21 of the Santa Ana Municipal Code be amended to enact both a gross square footage tax of between 25 cents to $35.00 and a gross receipts tax rate up to 10% for cultivating, manufacturing, distributing, selling or testing cannabis and related products to raise between $8 to $12 million to fund public safety, parks, youth and senior services, among other general City services?”

http://www.santa-ana.org/ballotmeasures/

FAQ_-_English.pdf

FAQ-Spanish.pdf

FAQ-Vietnamese.pdf

 

 


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