San Diego Voter Guide: 2018 Ballot Measures

San Diego County 2018 Election Ballot Measure

Here are the key San Diego County ballot measures in California's 2018 Primary Election this June. Carl DeMaio and the team at The DeMaio Report have thoroughly researched these measures and have issued endorsements in almost every case.


Carl DeMaio is Chairman of Reform California and the leader of the statewide Gas Tax Repeal Campaign.  Carl also hosts a daily news and politics talk show weekdays from 3-6pm on NewsRadio 600 KOGO which can be heard statewide on the iHeartRadio App.

Measure A – Chula Vista Sales Tax Increase   


The politicians and big government union bosses in Chula Vista have mismanaged city finances and now they want YOU to bail them out with a massive tax hike.  This deceptive sales tax hike misleads the voters into thinking the funds are earmarked for public safety and roads when the cold hard reality is the tax hike is a blank check and politicians can waste the money any way they want.  Vote NO and demand that Chula Vista politicians reform their wasteful spending instead of increasing the cost-of-living on Chula Vista families. 

Measure B – National City Term Limits Change 


Term limits are a good idea.  Let’s set them in a consistent manner which this measure does.

Measure C – National City Term Limits Change 


This measure is supported by dark money from the labor union bosses to force out a good Mayor under the guise of imposing stronger term limits.

Measure D – Fire Protection Tax Levy  


This measure repeals a tax.  That’s refreshing!

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San Diego Voter Guide - 2018 Primary Election
California Voter Guide - 2018 Primary Election
2018 California Election Guide

2018 California Election Guide

The 2018 California General Election is November 6, 2018 and the ballot is very long. With several confusing ballot measures and hundreds of candidates running for office, voters can feel overwhelmed and lost. Fortunately, Carl DeMaio and the... Read more


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