Suite of Marquee Endorsements Roll in for Prop. 68

April 17, 2018
The Yes on 68 campaign today announced a massive line-up of new supporters representing Californians from all walks of life in all regions of the state. Major new endorsements include The California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, the Southern California Association of Governments, The Regional Economic Association Leaders of California (R.E.A.L. Coalition), California Church IMPACT, the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, the Bay Area Council, the Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG) and many, many more. “Prop. 68 is a no-brainer for Californians. The measure will make crucial... READ MORE

Editorial: Yes on Prop. 68

The Sacramento Bee
SacBee Editorial Board, March 23, 2018
It has been more than a decade since California voters were last asked to approve a statewide bond to upgrade parks and make sure the state’s water supply is clean and protected. This $4.1 billion bond measure is intelligently constructed and a reasonable ask. ... READ MORE

San Diego County Water Board Endorses Prop. 68

Times of San Diego
Toni McAllister, March 22, 2018
The San Diego County Water Authority Board of Directors voted Thursday to endorse Proposition 68, a $4 billion state bond measure on the June 5 ballot for parks, natural resources protection, climate adaptation, water quality and supply and flood protection. ... READ MORE

Editorial: Prop. 68 will upgrade parks and water purity

San Francisco Chronicle
Chronicle Editorial Board, March 21, 2018
California’s landscape is an enduring treasure, but its rivers, beaches and parks require public stewardship, especially as harsh weather and population growth take a toll. That’s why voters should support Proposition 68, a $4 billion bond measure on the June 5 ballot. ... READ MORE

Op-Ed: San Diego’s recreation, tourism sectors will benefit from Prop 68

San Diego Union Tribune
Ruben Arizmendi, March 21, 2018
Some of the most defining moments of my childhood were spent playing in parks. And now as an adult, I look forward to relaxing in Balboa Park and hiking in Mission Trails. It’s essential that we protect and improve access to our state and local parks for every San Diegan. For the first time since 2002, a parks bond has been introduced in California and it is about time. Proposition 68 has been placed on the June 5 ballot by the Legislature to invest $4 billion, some of which will ensure everyone has access to quality parks. ... READ MORE