October 27, 2020

5:15 pm - 6:30 pm, Pacific Time

CA Ballot Measures Overview

Stanford, CA

You probably already know who you’re voting for in the Presidential election, but do you know how you’re voting on the 12 California ballot measures? Want to learn more about them before you decide? Not a CA voter but curious about why ride-share companies have spent record-setting amounts on Prop. 22?

Join the ACS Stanford Student Lawyer Chapter for a chance to hear SLS professors with field-specific expertise speak about the California ballot measures, which propose statutory and constitutional changes in the fields of:

Criminal justice reform (Props. 17, 20, and 25)

Tax policy (Props. 15, 19, and 22)

Affordable housing (Props. 19 and 21)

Data privacy (Prop. 24)

Affirmative action (Prop. 16)

Voting age (Prop. 18)

Public health (Props. 14 and 23)

ACS is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) educational organization. It does not take positions on candidates or pending legislation, including ballot initiatives.