Prop C: Children's Fund; Public Education Enrichment Fund; Children and Families Council; Rainy Day Reserve

Put on the Ballot by Legislature

73.2% YES
26.8% NO

Summary

Shall the City amend the Charter to support services to children, youth, and their families by extending the Children's Fund for 25 years and increasing its funding; extending the Public Education Enrichment Fund for 26 years; creating an Our Children, Our Families Council; and dividing the existing Rainy Day Reserve into a City Rainy Day Reserve and a School District Rainy Day Reserve?

What Your Vote Means

A YES Means If you vote "yes," you want the City to amend the Charter to support services to children, youth, and their families by:

  • extending the Children's Fund for 25 years and increasing its funding;

  • extending the Public Education Enrichment Fund for 26 years;

  • creating an Our Children, Our Families Council; and

  • dividing the existing Rainy Day Reserve into a City Rainy Day Reserve and a School Rainy Day Reserve.

A NO Means If you vote "no," you do not want the City to reauthorize the Children's Fund and the Public Education Enrichment Fund or to make these changes to the Charter.

Arguments

PRO With no increase to taxes, Proposition C reauthorizes the highly successful Children's Fund and Public Education Enrichment Fund (PEEF).
CON There's ample reason to doubt whether creating a new category of adults in San Francisco to be dependent on government services is really in the city's best interests.
Prop B
Prop D