Election 2020 Get To Know The Propositions

Gig Workers With Uber, Lyft To Be Considered Independent Contractors After Voters Appear To Approve Proposition 22Following a multi-million dollar ad blitz by app-based companies, California voters approved Proposition 22 on Tuesday night, according to the latest voter count. Tina Patel reports.
Election 2020: Proposition 25If approved, Proposition 25 would overturn a 2018 California law and return the cash bail system across the state.
Election 2020: Proposition 22If passed, Proposition 22 would define app-based drivers as independent contractors with their own labor and wage policies. Also included are minimum earnings, healthcare subsidies and vehicle insurance.
Election 2020: Proposition 24If passed, Proposition 24 would increase data privacy even more, create an agency to enforce it and increase penalties against companies who violate people's privacy.
Election 2020: Proposition 25A referendum to overturn a 2018 law that replaced the money bail system with a system based on public safety risk
Election 2020: Proposition 24Amends consumer privacy laws
Election 2020: Proposition 23If passed, Proposition 23 would require dialysis clinics to hire more doctors or nurse practitioners and give the state more power to regulate the clinics.
Election 2020: Proposition 19If passed, Proposition 19 would allow home sellers over 55 to have the same property tax protection in every county in California.
Election 2020: Proposition 20Proposition 20 seeks to toughen sentencing and parole laws and make it harder for some offenders to get early parole.
Election 2020: Proposition 16A debate over affirmative action that appeared to have been quieted at the ballot box years ago continues to simmer and will get another chance to be decided in November.
Election 2020: Proposition 17California voters in November will be voting on Proposition 17, which aims to restore voting rights to those who have completed their sentences but are still on parole.

Election 2020 Local Races

Jackie Lacey Concedes 'Contentious' LA DA's Race To George GascónGeorge Gascón will be the next district attorney of Los Angeles County after incumbent Jackie Lacey conceded the race Friday morning, losing in her effort to obtain a third term in the position.
Orange County DA Looking Into Reports Of Michelle Steel Supporters Allegedly Discarding Ballots In WestminsterThe Orange County Registrar's Office is investigating potential election interference after a video surfaced on social media showing what appeared to be a group of people with a box of discarded ballots on Election Day. Michele Gile reports.
Jackie Lacey, George Gascón Hold Debate In Heated LA County DA’s RaceIncumbent Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey took part in a virtual debate Thursday night against George Gascón, the man attempting to unseat her, amid one the most closely watched Southern California races this November to decide will lead the nation’s largest local prosecutor’s office.
Election 2020: LA County Board Of Supervisors 2nd District RaceLos Angeles City Councilman Herb Wesson will face State Sen. Holly Mitchell this November for an open seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
Election 2020: California’s 45th Congressional DistrictThere’s a big race brewing in Orange County for the 45th District seat between freshman Democratic Rep. Katie Porter and her Republican challenger, Mission Viejo City Councilman Greg Raths.
Election 2020: California’s 25th Congressional DistrictRep. Mike Garcia, R-Santa Clarita, and Assemblywoman Christy Smith, D-Santa Clarita, are facing off once again — this time for a two-year term representing California's 25th congressional district.