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3857 Birch St #1

Newport Beach, CA 92660

Phone: (714) 643-5762

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2020 PRIMARY ELECTION

VOTER GUIDE

California's 2020 Presidential Primary Election is on March 3, 2020. Voters will be asked to vote for or against several ballot initiatives and measures. Learn more about the Libertarian Party of Orange County's positions on these statewide initiatives and local measures. 

A green "YES" indicates that the Libertarian Party of Orange County supports the measure.

A red "NO" indicates that the Libertarian Party of Orange County opposes the measure.

STATEWIDE INITIATIVES

Positions on statewide initiatives are the official position of the Libertarian Party of California. Initiatives where "No Position" is taken are not included on the list.

Proposition 13

AUTHORIZES BONDS FOR FACILITY REPAIR, CONSTRUCTION, AND MODERNIZATION AT PUBLIC PRESCHOOLS, K-12 SCHOOLS, COMMUNITY COLLEGES, AND UNIVERSITIES

*Do not confuse this Proposition 13 with the People’s Initiative to Limit Property Taxation, which is the Proposition 13 that was passed by California voters in 1978. This new Proposition 13 will be on the March 3, 2020 ballot and will likely result in higher property taxes: It raises debt limits for local school district borrowing; and local bonds always come with a property tax hike.

LOCAL BALLOT MEASURES

Positions on local measures are the official position of the Libertarian Party of Orange County. Measures where "No Position" is taken are not included on the list.

Measure A

County Charter Amendment

Measure K

City Fullerton Joint Union High School District Bond Measure (Resolution No. 20)

Measure B

Anaheim Union High School District Bond Measure

Measure G

Brea Olinda Unified School District Bond Measure (Resolution No. 19-42)

Measure L

Rancho Santiago Community College District Bond Measure (Resolution No. 19-25)

Measure M

Saddleback Valley Unified School District Bond Measure

Measure H

Capistrano Unified School District Facilities Improvement Bond Measure (Resolution No. 1920-29)

Measure N

Tustin Unified School District Bond Measure (Resolution No. 11-59-19)

Measure I

Capistrano Unified School District Facilities Improvement Bond Measure (Resolution No. 1920-30)

Measure O

Lowell Joint School District Resolution No. 767

Measure J

Fullerton Elementary School District Bond Measure (Resolution No. 19/20-10)

ORANGE COUNTY REGISTRAR OF VOTERS

For the Full Text and Impartial Analysis of each local ballot measure, please visit the O.C. Registrar of Voters website by clicking the button below.

2020 PRIMARY ELECTION
VOTER GUIDE SUMMARY

For your convenience, we have a summary of the Libertarian Party of Orange County's 2020 Primary Election Voter Guide. You can print it, share it, and have a copy with you when you vote. 

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