California's 2020 ballot propositions explained

Voters in California will decide the fate of 12 statewide propositions on Nov. 3. Here is a guide with links to explain each proposition on the ballot.

Posted: Oct 30, 2020 3:17 PM
Updated: Oct 30, 2020 4:51 PM

Voters in California will decide the fate of 12 statewide propositions on Nov. 3. Here is a guide with links to explain each proposition on the ballot.

Proposition 14 asks for 5.5 billion dollars to fund stem cell research. Click Here to learn more.

Proposition 15 is a commercial property tax measure. Click Here to learn more.

Proposition 16 would reverse a ballot measure from 1996 and restore affirmative action at public institutions in California. Click Here to learn more.

Proposition 17 would restore voting rights to felons on parole. Click Here to learn more.

Proposition 18 would allow 17-year-olds to vote in primary and special elections if they will turn 18 by the subsequent general election. Click Here to learn more.

Proposition 19 would bring good news to seniors who want to downsize their homes. Click Here to learn more.

Proposition 20, would increase penalties for certain property crimes and repeated parole violations in California. Click Here to learn more.

Proposition 21 is a rent control measure. Prop. 21 does not enact rent control statewide, but it allows local governments to do so. Click Here to learn more.

Proposition 22 allows app-based companies like Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash to keep their drivers as independent contractors rather than employees. Click Here to learn more.

Proposition 23 would establish a set of regulations for the staffing and operations of chronic dialysis clinics in the state. Click Here to learn more.

Proposition 24 would allow you to limit data used by businesses, such as exact location, race, or religion. It would also limit how long businesses can hold onto your data. Click Here to learn more.

Proposition 25 would eliminate cash bail in California. Learn more here.

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