Join your fellow SEIU Members in Creating a Better California


This November we have the opportunity to tackle structural racism, advance economic justice, stand up for immigrant rights and move California forward on environmental justice. We will achieve this by electing candidates who stand with working people and by voting for ballot measures that support our agenda.

SEIU Members are creating a better California and We Are Unstoppable.

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SEIU California members endorse Hillary Clinton

HILLARY CLINTON for U.S. PRESIDENT

Hillary Clinton will defend and continue the progress that we have made in the last eight years on healthcare, workers’ rights, equality, and the environment.

SEIU Members Endorse Kamala Harris

KAMALA HARRIS for U.S. SENATE

Kamala Harris has the courage and the values to help pass new laws and confirm judges who will stand up for working people against corporate special interests.

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NO on Proposition 53

California is in desperate need of improved infrastructure and good jobs. Prop 53 stands in the way of both. Our bridges, roads, dams, and electricity grids shouldn’t be turned into political footballs.

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YES on Proposition 55

The most important thing we can do as a state is to invest in the next generation. Prop 55 does exactly that, and no one pays more in taxes than they are paying now.

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YES on Proposition 56

SEIU members who work in healthcare have been leading voices to support this initiative because they see the toll tobacco takes on health, especially for low-income Californians and people of color.

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YES on Proposition 57

California’s prison population has increased by 500% since the 1970’s, and spending on prisons has surpassed spending on colleges. This approach has cost us billions, done nothing to rehabilitate prisoners, and has disproportionately affected communities of color.

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YES on Proposition 58

Prop 58 ensures that all students can learn English as quickly as possible and that more children can learn two languages. Currently, an outdated law bans what we know to be the most effective way to teach English-language learners: using a combination of English language immersion and instruction in their native language.

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YES on Proposition 62

California’s death penalty system is broken beyond repair. Over 150 people on death row have been exonerated by DNA and other evidence – unfortunately, too late for some of them, who have already been executed. Prop 62 fixes the death penalty by replacing it with life without parole, guaranteeing that the state will not make this kind of irreversible mistake.

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YES on Proposition 63

Our members have seen the ravages of gun violence on our workplaces, neighborhoods, and the people we serve. Prop 63 puts sensible gun safety measures in place to protect our communities.

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NO on Proposition 65

Prop 65 is one of the worst examples of using the initiative process to deceive voters. It pretends to be about protecting wildlife, but its real purpose is to undermine California’s single use plastic bag ban.

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NO on Proposition 66

California’s death penalty system is broken beyond repair. Over 150 people on death row have been exonerated by DNA and other evidence – unfortunately, too late for some of them, who have already been executed. Prop 66 aims to accelerate executions by removing Constitutional protections and making California’s law more like Texas’.

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YES on Proposition 67

Every year, California spends over $100 million dollars cleaning up plastic bag litter. By 2050, there will be more plastic bags by weight in the ocean than fish, and plastic, which never biodegrades, is a poisonous threat to 663 species of ocean life. We owe our children healthy oceans.


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