PROP 10 IS BAD FOR  

  HOMEOWNERS AND RENTERS  
  PROP 10 ALLOWS REGULATION  

  OF SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES  
  PROP 10 PUTS BUREAUCRATS IN  

  CHARGE OF HOUSING WITH THE  

  POWER TO ADD FEES   
  PROP 10 HAS  

  TOO MANY FLAWS  

Prop 10, the so-called
“Affordable Housing Act,” is
anything but affordable housing.
 Don't be fooled 

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  PROP 10 IS BAD FOR  

  HOMEOWNERS AND RENTERS  
  PROP 10 ALLOWS REGULATION  

  OF SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES  
  PROP 10 PUTS BUREAUCRATS IN  

  CHARGE OF HOUSING WITH THE  

  POWER TO ADD FEES   
  PROP 10 HAS  

  TOO MANY FLAWS  

Prop 10, the so-called
“Affordable Housing Act,” is
anything but affordable housing.
 Don't be fooled 

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The Truth About Proposition 10:

Prop 10 will NOT increase funding for affordable housing.

Prop 10 will NOT force local communities to build the housing approved in their
general plans.

Prop 10 will NOT provide any immediate
relief for people facing higher housing costs.

Prop 10 Is Bad For Renters

“Tens of thousands of renters, including seniors and others on fixed incomes, could be forced out of their apartments and communities under Prop 10, which allows wealthy corporate landlords to turn apartments into condos and short-term vacation rentals. It will increase the cost of renting and make it even harder to find affordable housing.”

~ Alice Huffman, President, California State Conference NAACP

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Prop 10 Is Bad For Homeowners

“Prop 10 could hurt homeowners by authorizing a new government bureaucracy that can tell homeowners what they can and cannot do with their own private residence. It could make homes more expensive for future buyers and hurt families trying to purchase their first home.”

~ Steve White, President, California Association of REALTORS

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  Why We’re Voting No On Prop 10  

Prop 10 does nothing to build new affordable housing that California families desperately need. Instead, it will limit new construction, impose fees on housing, and increase the cost of living for thousands of Californians. Vote no.

~John Gamboa, President, California Community Builders

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  Why We’re Voting No On Prop 10  

California’s already suffering from a housing crisis. Prop 10 will further drive up the cost of housing, making California even more unaffordable for those living paycheck-to-paycheck. It also gives false hope to the working poor who will find themselves with even fewer and more expensive housing options.

~Robert Apodaca, Executive Director, United Latinos Vote

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  Why We’re Voting No On Prop 10  

We oppose Prop 10 because it would allow unelected bureaucrats to impose fees on all housing, including single-family homes, with no vote of the people or local elected body. This will make housing more expensive, not less.

~Jon Coupal, President, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

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  Why We’re Voting No On Prop 10  

With millions of baby boomers retiring and dependent on fixed incomes, Prop 10 will make it more difficult for them to stay in California near their families. Prop 10 will discourage new construction for affordable housing and drive up the cost of housing with new fees. For seniors on social security and fixed incomes, Prop 10 could be devastating. Vote no.

~ Deborah Howard, Board Member, California Senior Advocates League