We are less than one week away from Election Day 2018 –
Vote November 6th
We ask you to join us to VOTE NO on Prop 6!
Just as we are making progress in our campaign to ensure the state always takes bike and pedestrian safety into account in transportation funding, Proposition 6 threatens to tear it all apart. If it passes, Prop 6 will cancel $5.2 billion in funding for desperately needed transportation projects repairing roads across California—thousands of them already underway. Thanks to this funding, the 2018 state transportation budget put a greater proportion of funding into transit, walking, and biking than any previous state transportation budget.
More than 6,500 projects would come to a halt if Prop 6 passes. Many of these projects are in disadvantaged communities that simply will not see other funding if this funding is canceled. Our crumbling roads will become even more decrepit, not only making it more dangerous to ride a bike but driving up maintenance costs for motorists.
Prop 6 is literally deadly. It threatens thousands of jobs, your public transit system, your safety when you walk and bike, our environment, and our progress toward transportation equity. Please join us, the California Bicycle Coalition and the many local bicycle advocacy organizations that have taken a position, along with hundreds of other organizations across the state in saying no to Prop 6.
It’s going to take every one of us to defeat the regressive forces that want to gut this vital investment in our state’s transportation infrastructure.
Protect the investments in safer streets we’ve all voted for; join us in standing up for safe streets.
• • • • Vote No on Prop 6 • • • •
The League of American Bicyclist reminds us the most important thing is to – make a plan. The best indicator that someone will vote is that they planned to vote.
Where is your polling place?
- Find your polling place, where you can vote early, and the nearest location to drop off a vote-by-mail ballot.
- More local, regional and state info at SM Vote
When will you vote and how will you get there?
- Breeze Bike Share/Bike Share Connect is Free on Election Day – ZERO out of hub fees*
*out-of -system fees still apply
- (Don’t forget to tweet @SMSpoke @CalBike @BikeLeague a picture with #IBikeIVote
Are you bringing anyone with you?
Do you know a new voter who may be unsure of where to go or what to do? Help them get there!
Do you need help?
Seniors and people with disabilities have the right to:
If you or someone you know needs access in a different language:
Here’s some resources by state. (This site has multiple language sites)
Do you need to bring an ID?
California does not require ID
Can you still vote early?
If you are voting by mail make sure your ballot needs is postmarked on or before November 6th. A ballot that is mailed must be received but the elections office no later than 3 days after the Election Day – November 6th.
What is on your ballot?
You can print out your ballot and bring it with you.
If you have trouble voting:
Report it to your state/territorial election office.
If you need immediate help, consider calling the Election Protection Coalition.
1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (en Español)
1-888-API-VOTE (Asian multilingual assistance)