Vote No on San Francisco Proposition E
The ACLU of Northern California strongly opposes Proposition E on the March 5, 2024 ballot. The measure would reduce transparency around police use of force, authorize the use of invasive secret surveillance technology, and weaken independent oversight of the San Francisco Police Department.
Prop E is about politics, not public safety. It is a rash attempt to exploit voters’ frustrations with crime to distract from an unpopular mayor’s record and hand more power to the SFPD. Prop E would recklessly undermine hard-won reforms designed to hold police accountable and protect the public from abuse.
Vote NO on Prop E on March 5, 2024.
Text, Call, or Canvass to Oppose Prop E | Join ACLU staff and volunteers to mobilize San Francisco voters and defend oversight, accountability, and transparency of the San Francisco Police Department.
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Election Day is March 5, 2024, and San Franciscans will be asked to vote Yes or No on Prop E.
The San Francisco Department of Elections webpage has all the information you need to register to vote, check your voter record, track your vote-by-mail ballot, update your language preference for election materials, view your voting districts, and more.
To vote, you can either mail back your ballot, drop off your ballot at designated locations, or vote in person. Read more about ways to vote at www.sf.gov/ways-vote.
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|February 5, 2024
|San Francisco Department of Elections begins mailing vote-by-mail ballots. All active registered California voters will receive a mail-in ballot. The City Hall Voting Center opens to all local voters.
|February 19, 2024
|Last day to register to vote online or with the paper form for the March 5, 2024 election.
|February 20, 2024
|Deadline to re-register online or by mail to update your party preference.
|March 5, 2024
8 p.m. – Deadline to submit a conditional voter registration application at the City Hall Voting Center or a polling place. Get more information here.
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