Prop K: Affordable Housing

Put on the Ballot by Legislature

65.1% YES
34.9% NO

Summary

Shall it be City policy to help construct or rehabilitate at least 30,000 homes by 2020, more than 50% of which will be affordable for middle-class households and more than 33% of which will be affordable for low- and moderate-income households, and secure sufficient funding to achieve that goal?

What Your Vote Means

A YES Means If you vote "yes," you want to make it City policy to help construct or rehabilitate at least 30,000 homes by 2020 and secure sufficient funding to achieve that goal. More than 50% of the housing will be affordable for middle-class households, with at least 33% affordable for low- and moderate-income households.
A NO Means If you vote "no," you do not want to adopt this City policy.

Arguments

PRO Housing affordability is currently one of the City's greatest challenges. In response, the City is committing to take immediate action to generate revenue and execute strategies that will preserve and build housing for our residents at all income levels.
CON San Francisco has already reached it's reasonable population carrying capacity. The City already has more people per square mile than any other of the 9 Bay Area Counties.
Prop J
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