On Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Oakland voters will show up to the polls and receive a ballot with candidate races, statewide propositions, and local ballot measures. Voters should expect a long ballot, but there is no need to wonder what the impacts of these pieces of legislation will be on low-income, immigrant and votes of color in Oakland. This voter guide lays out exactly what the initiative or measure will do, who supports it, and who opposes it. We hope that this information will help you to make an educated decision so that you can vote with confidence.

This is expected to be a very low-turn out election, so your vote matters more then ever! Whatever you do…don’t forget to Get Out and VOTE!

Download our educational voter guide here.