California GOP Takes Positions on November Ballot Measures
California Republican Party delegates have voted to oppose propositions 1, 26, and 27 that will appear on the November 2022 ballot. In addition the committee recommended a neutral position on proposition 28.
At its spring 2022 convention, the CAGOP voted to oppose propositions 29, 30, and 31, the remaining measures on the November ballot.
Following is a summary of the measures along with the CAGOP positions:
Proposition 1 – The initiative placed on the ballot by the Legislature to prohibit the state from denying or interfering with an individual’s right to choose an abortion and contraceptives. CAGOP recommends: No
Proposition 26 – The initiative sponsored by the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians authorizing in-person only sports wagering. CAGOP recommends: No
Proposition 27 – The initiative sponsored by FanDuel, DraftKings, and others to allow online and mobile sports wagering in California. CAGOP recommends: No
Proposition 28 – The initiative to guarantee minimum funding for arts and music in schools. CAGOP recommends: Neutral
Proposition 29 – The initiative requiring on-site licensed medical professionals at kidney dialysis clinics. CAGOP recommends: No
Proposition 30 – The initiative to increase personal income taxes to fund subsidies for zero-emission vehicle purchases and charging stations. CAGOP recommends: No
Proposition 31 – The referendum challenging a 2020 law prohibiting the sale of flavored tobacco and harm reduction products. CAGOP recommends: No