Family Day of Action on 10/15 for Prop 15: $12 Billion Per Year for Schools and Communities

JOIN US:   Facebook Event & Register to Act

Take 15 minutes for any of the actions below

Join us on Zoom to Write Texts and Emails Together

Reach out to friends and family on your own or get help with Outreach Circle, the simplest and most effective way to generate LOTS of support for this critical ballot measure, or email/text the old fashion way!

Join us at 12 pm, 3 pm or 7 pm on October 15th. Register here.


Take 15 minutes to email or text 15 friends and family and encourage them to vote YES on Prop 15.

Text and email script is here.


Download the Outreach Circle app to easily email or text 25-100 friends, family, and neighbors. Encourage them to vote YES on Prop 15! Hold your phone camera to this QR code to get started. Get help here.

Post on Social Media

  • Get crafty and make a sign. Post a picture of you and your sign to Social Media leading up to and on 10/15.
  • Tell your friends why you are supporting Prop 15. Use #Yeson15 & #Vote2020.
  • Place your sign in your car, yard, window and/or neighborhood.

Sponsors include: California State PTA, League of Women Voters of California, Parents Supporting Teachers, Equity Allies for OUSD, Jews for Prop 15,,  PICO California, Alliance for a Better Community, LA Voice, UTLA, and Evolve-ca.

Help Wanted: Phone Bankers

Phone bank for Schools & Communities First! // Hacer llamadas para Escuelas y Comunidades Primero!

About this event

Join us to make calls, educate voters, and ensure SCF passes in November! Training for the first half-hour before we make calls. Tuesdays & Saturdays: call at your own pace; Wednesdays & Sundays: use our super speedy call system!//Únete para hacer llamadas, educar votantes, y asegurarnos que SCF esta aprobado en noviembre! Entrenamiento por la primera media hora antes de hacer llamadas. Martes y Sabado: hacer llamadas a su propio ritmo; miercoles y domingo: ¡usa nuestra sistema de llamadas muy rapido!

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Prop 13 Reform: Schools & Communities First

A LWVO-Moderated Discussion Panel

The League of Women Voters of Oakland (LWVO) is hosting a moderated panel discussing Prop13 Reform and Schools and Communities First (Election 2020 Initiative). This historic initiative was filed by a broad grassroots coalition (including the League of Women Voters California) to fund California communities and schools by closing the corporate property tax loophole in Proposition 13 while including protections for homeowners, residential renters, agricultural land, and small businesses.


Dan Bellino – Chief of Staff, Alameda County Office of Education
Loren Taylor – Oakland City Council Member – District 6
Nina Senn – Founder, – Board Member, League of Women Voters of Oakland – Former OUSD School Board Director – District 4 (2015-2019)
Ben Grieff – Political Director and Spokesperson, Evolve

Moderator: Rebecca Haskell, LWVO Education Committee Co-Chair

Oakland City Hall
Hearing Room 1, First Floor
14th and Broadway (map)