Vote with the Fund for Santa Barbara This November:
YES on PROP 1: Affordable Housing
YES on PROP 2: Homeless Shelters
YES on PROP 3: Drought Relief
NO on PROP 5: Cuts to State & Local Funds
NO on PROP 6: Cuts to Transportation Funds
YES on PROP 10: Rent Stabilization
YES on PROP 12: Farm Animals
YES on G: Independent Redistricting Commission
NO on H: Independent Redistricting Commission
CA Secretary of State Official Voter Guide Available Here
Includes ballot language, arguments for, against, rebuttals, and more.
Lookup What's On Your Ballot on Voter's Edge
Lookup Campaign Finance and Expenditures on the CA Secretary of State's Website
Ballotpedia has additional helpful information on supporters opponents and ballot measure summaries
Boulder Advocacy provides resources and expertise to help nonprofits and foundations advocate effectively and protect their right to do so. Check out their website and stay tuned for future FUND workshops featuring Boulder Advocacy.
Calnonprofits "Vote with Your Mission" initiative provides a number of helpful resoureces for effective nonprofit voter engagement.
Check out our Resources for Organizers Page or call our office anytime for additional information: (805) 962-9164.
FUND's RECENT CIVIC ENGAGEMENT GRANTS
The FUND has always been committed to building grassroots political power. Check out our list of recent civic engagement grants and please consider donating to the FUND so we can continue this important work.
Civic Engagement Summary
About the Fund for Santa Barbara and Elections
The Fund for Santa Barbara is a 501(c)3 community foundation which supports local organizing for social, economic, environmental and political change. As such, we cannot endorse candidates or parties, but we can and do weigh in on important electoral and legislative issues. The Fund frequently supports grassroots community organizations who are working on ballot measures. In addition, the Board of Directors of The Fund occasionally votes to endorse positions directly.