“This proves exactly what we warned everyone about during the Prop 6 Gas Tax Repeal Campaign”
In releasing his proposed California state budget, Gov. Gavin Newsom included a proposal to hold back SB1 Gas Tax funds from cities unless they agree to change various housing policies. If Newsom’s proposal is enacted, taxpayers will be forced to pay the higher gas tax rates without receiving the benefit for road repairs.
“Is anyone surprised that only a few months after defeating Prop 6 that Sacramento politicians are threatening to divert our gas tax funds? This outrageous threat shows that Sacramento politicians simply cannot trusted with our gas tax funds and they are not interested in fixing our roads,” said Carl DeMaio, chairman of Reform California.
DeMaio and Reform California led Yes on 6 – the Gas Tax Repeal campaign during the 2018 election cycle, activating an army of over 30,000 volunteers who helped collect nearly 1 million signatures to qualify Prop 6 to get it on the Nov 6 ballot, and who later helped the proposition earn 45% of the vote despite the campaign being outspent 22-to-1.
With the election just weeks away, the Yes on Prop 6 Gas Tax Repeal Campaign hit the road with a massive 45-foot bus wrapped in its campaign colors to hold “Rush Hour Rallies” with several thousand supporters at each stop along the tour. Motorists will receive free Yes on 6 Lawn Signs and materials as they drive by, and the Yes on Prop 6 campaign will hold a press conference with local elected officials and candidates to make the case for repealing the gas tax. Read More
Road Signs Promoting SB1 Gas Tax Hike Cost $6,528 Each! A $227k bus driver and hundreds of other bus drivers earning $100,000 or more! 30% of road maintenance funds diverted to homeless cleanups! $50,000 for one conference table… Read More
California neglected maintenance of its highway and road network for decades. But last year, the Legislature and Gov. Jerry Brown finally enacted a stiff increase in gas taxes and automotive fees to catch up, even though polls indicated that most Californians didn’t want to pay more. Read More
Constitutional Amendment Will Provide $7.9 Billion More to Fix Roads & Fund Infrastructure Once Voters Approve Prop 6
Leaders of the Yes on Prop 6 Gas Tax Repeal Campaign revealed a bold plan to fix California’s roads and improve infrastructure – all without a tax hike – and officially filed a statewide Ballot Measure to amend the state Constitution. Read More
Data suggests lower-income families will be hardest hit by regressive gas/car tax hikes that Prop 6 would repeal
A new report released by the California Policy Center entitled “The Grinch that Stole Christmas – The True Impact of Gas and Car Taxes,” shows a massive cost-of-living impact to working families in the region.
Yes on Prop 6 Campaign Files Ethics Complaint with Three Law Enforcement Agencies
Traffic was delayed 18-24 minutes and motorists were furious with the clear violation of state law in using taxpayer monies to campaign.
Photos, video, and witness testimony of the incident was released at a press conference along with a Criminal Complaint alleging violation of numerous state and local laws. The campaign flier passed out clearly contains prohibited “express advocacy” language such as “Vote NO on Prop 6” and the Caltrans work crew member is caught on video admitting he was “working with Caltrans” and “They just told me to hand it out.” Read More