November 2020 Ballot Measures
The California Chamber Board of Directors has adopted positions on the following ballot measures.
Overview of November Ballot Measures PDF (10/2/2020)
Upcoming Ballot Measures
Upcoming Ballot Measures (9/15/20)
When the legislative process fails, pro-business and anti-business forces turn to the initiative process to take proposals directly to California voters. The California Chamber of Commerce has led the charge on behalf of the employer community for close to four decades.
There’s a reason the Wall Street Journal dubbed CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg “coalition man.” As a practical matter, the CalChamber’s chief executive is recruited to chair major initiative campaigns, to lead the fundraising and to serve as spokesperson for these important efforts.
The CalChamber has been extremely successful with the support of the broader employer community.CalChamber has backed initiatives to enact tax relief and tort reform, and make politicians more accountable to voters. We have successfully challenged split roll property tax proposals and defeated security litigation.
We will continue to lead efforts to fight anti-business proposals, including those that threaten to increase taxes, health care expenses and frivolous lawsuits.
The California Business Political Action Committee (CalBusPAC) was established in 1976 to qualify, support and/or oppose statewide ballot initiatives. Contributions to CalBusPAC will aid California employers in preparing for future ballot battles.
November 2018 Ballot Measures
June 2018 Ballot Measures
Ads Highlight Problems with Prop. 15 Split Roll
CalChamber Alert, September 18, 2020
Informing your employees and stockholders about the impact of proposed state legislation, regulations and ballot measures is within your rights as a business owner. Just remember to do it the right way.
- Guidelines for Political Communications to Employees – Brochure
- Guidelines for Political Communications to Employees – Print Friendly 8.5″x11″ format