Ballot Measures

TNG’s ballot measure victories have helped create jobs, protect parks and open space, improve transportation, fund schools and libraries, preserve public safety services, increase alternative energy and protect local farmers. TNG has broad experience providing communications and campaign management services to ballot measure campaigns.

State of California Ballot Measures

  • Yes on Proposition 19 (Control and Tax Cannabis, 2010)
  • No on Proposition 26 (Don’t Protect Polluters, 2010)
  • No on Proposition 37 (Don’t Protect Polluters, 2000)
  • Yes on Proposition 37 (Right to Know-GMO Labeling, 2012)

Regional and County Ballot Measures

  • Yes on Regional Measure 2 (Bridge Toll Increase, Bay Area-Wide, 2004)
  • Yes on Measure O (Public ownership of water, Monterey Peninsula, 2014)
  • Yes on Measure S (Desalination Measure, Marin County, 2010)
  • No on Measure T (Desalination Measure, Marin County, 2010)
  • No on Measure N (Los Vaqueros Reservoir Expansion, Contra Costa County, 2004)
  • Yes on Measure C1 (AC Transit Parcel Tax Renewal, Alameda/Contra Costa County, 2016)
  • Yes on Measure CC (East Bay Parks Initiative, Alameda/Contra Costa County, 2004)
  • Yes on Measure B (GMO Free Marin, Marin County, 2004)
  • Yes on Measure AA (BART Seismic Retrofit Bond, Alameda/San Francisco/Contra Costa County, 2004)
  • Yes on Measure J (Transportation Sales Tax, Contra Costa County, 2004)
  • No on Measure A (Transportation Sales Tax, Solano County, 2004)
  • Yes on Measure K (East Bay Parks Initiative, Alameda/Contra Costa County, 2002)
  • Yes on Measure BB (BART Seismic Retrofit Bond, Alameda/San Francisco/Contra Costa County, 2002)
  • No on Measure A (Hetch Hetchy Dam Renovation, San Francisco, 2002)
  • Yes on Proposition B (The Solar Bond, San Francisco, 2001)
  • Yes on Measure B (Transportation Sales Tax, Alameda County, 2000)
  • Yes on Measure I (Open Space Protection, Sonoma County, 2000)
  • No on Measure B (Transportation Sales Tax, Alameda County, 1998)
  • No on Measures B & C (Sales Tax, Sonoma County, 1998)
  • Yes on Measure WW (East Bay Parks Initiative, Alameda/Contra Costa County, 2008, Communications only)
  • No on Measure B (Protecting Medical Marijuana Rights, Mendocino County, 2008, Communications only)
  • North Bay Transportation Alliance, Yes on Measure Q (Independent Expenditure in Favor of the SMART Train, Marin County, 2008, Communications only)

Municipal Ballot Measures

  • Yes on Measure M (Medical Marijuana Business Tax, Los Angeles, 2011)
  • No on Measure KK (Transit Initiative, Berkeley, 2008)
  • Yes on Measure Q (In Lieu Water Fee, Fairfield, 2007)
  • No on Dixon Downs, No on Measures M, N, O, and P (Land Use Initiative, Dixon, 2007)
  • Yes on Measure K (Open Space Initiative, Fremont, 2006)
  • Yes on Measure K (Sensible Marijuana Policy, Santa Cruz, 2006)
  • Yes on Measure P (Sensible Marijuana Policy, Santa Barbara, 2006)
  • Yes on Measure Y (Sensible Marijuana Policy, Santa Monica, 2006)
  • Yes on Measure Z (The Oakland Cannabis Initiative, Oakland, 2004)
  • Yes on Measure L (Growth Control, Open Space Protection, Fairfield, 2003)
  • Yes on Measure A (Education Parcel Tax, Emeryville, 2003)
  • Yes on Measure T (Open Space Initiative, Fremont, 2002)
  • Yes 4 Oakland: Yes on Measures C, D, F, and H (Emergency Economic Stimulus, Oakland, 2009, Communications only)
  • Yes on Measure H (School Parcel Tax, Alameda, 2008, Communications only)