Election 2016 Win: Sunnyvale Says NO to Measure M

UPDATE: We are happy to report that Measure M did not pass in the November 2016 election. Measure M is a poorly conceived initiative that would make the city less affordable and sustainable while wasting limited taxpayer funds. This measure would require a public vote for the sale, lease, lease extension, lease renewal, land swap, or transfer of properties, facilities, or land that the city owns, leases, or uses. Sounds confusing? It… Read More

Election 2016 Win: Milpitas Says Yes to Measure K

UPDATE: We’re excited that Measure K passed in the November 2016 election! This measure protects parks and open space by requiring a two-thirds public vote to re-zone these lands for industrial, commercial, or residential development. The Milpitas City Council placed Measure K on the November 2016 ballot to complement Measure I and Measure J—two other smart ballot measures that, if passed by Milpitas voters, will protect important natural and agricultural lands. While… Read More

Election 2016 Win: Alameda County Says Yes to Measure F1

UPDATE: We’re excited that Measure F1 passed in the November 2016 election! This measure authorizes a $250 million bond for repair and maintenance of local parks within the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District (HARD). For over 70 years, the residents of Hayward, Castro Valley, San Lorenzo, Ashland, Cherryland, Fairview, and surrounding communities have enjoyed safe, clean, well-maintained parks and recreation facilities provided by HARD. Today nearly 300,000 residents live in its… Read More

Election 2016 Win: Santa Clara County Says YES to Measure B

UPDATE: We’re excited that Measure B passed in the November 2016 election! Measure B establishes a new ½ cent sales tax to improve transit, make streets safer for walking and biking, and fund other transportation investments across Santa Clara County. If approved in the November 2016 election, Measure B is expected to raise up to $6.5 billion over 30 years. The measure was drafted and placed on the ballot by the Santa… Read More

Election 2016 Win: Albany Says YES to Measure N1

UPDATE: We’re excited that Measure N1 passed in the November 2016 election! This measure removes outdated parking requirements to make the city more affordable, reduce air pollution, and support walking, biking, and transit. High parking requirements for new development are bad for our environment, our economy, and our quality of life. By dedicating space for cars rather than people, they increase the cost of new homes, exacerbating the Bay Area’s housing affordability… Read More

Election 2016 Win: Oakland Says YES to Measure KK

UPDATE: We’re excited that Measure KK passed in the November 2016 election! This measure would raise $600 million for street repair, affordable homes, and other essential community needs in the City of Oakland. Measure KK is a $600 million bond to invest in Oakland’s infrastructure and housing affordability. The measure dedicates $350 million to street rehabilitation to help solve the city’s major road repair deficit. Because of Oakland’s new “complete streets” policies… Read More

Election 2016 Win: Alameda and Contra Costa Counties Say YES to Measure C1

UPDATE: We’re excited that Measure C1 passed in the November 2016 election! This measure preserves essential local transit service by extending an existing parcel tax for twenty years, generating $30 million annually. AC Transit is the East Bay’s largest public transportation provider, serving more people than any other agency for trips within the East Bay. AC Transit provides safe, reliable, and sustainable transportation service with over 180,000 rides per day and over… Read More

Election 2016 Loss: Cupertino Says NO to Measure D

UPDATE: Unfortunately Measure D did not pass in the Nov. 2016 election. Measure D is a smart proposal to create a walkable, transit-friendly town center with homes, shops, and jobs—capped by one of the world’s largest green roofs—at the site of the failing Vallco Mall. The Vallco Shopping Mall in the center of Cupertino first opened in 1976. Over time, the mall fell out of favor as other shopping areas came onto… Read More

Election 2016 Win: Bay Area Says YES to Measure RR

UPDATE: We’re excited that Measure RR passed in the November 2016 election! Measure RR raises $3.5 billion to help keep BART safe and reliable, reduce crowding, keep cars off the road, and protect the environment. Voters in San Francisco, Alameda, and Contra Costa counties will be asked to approve the measure. Measure RR authorizes a $3.5 billion bond to provide much-needed improvements to the ailing Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system. The… Read More

Election 2016 Win: Berkeley Says NO to Measure DD

UPDATE: We are happy to report that Measure DD did not pass in the November 2016 election. This measure was placed on the ballot to confuse voters and undermine support for Measure U1, a smart proposal for new affordable homes in the City of Berkeley. To help address the Bay Area’s housing affordability crisis, the Berkeley City Council placed Measure U1 on the November 2016 ballot. Measure U1 generates much-needed funding to… Read More