This isn't the first time we’ve been in this fight. 

California voters already rejected a measure just like this one in 2018, with nearly 60% of voters saying "No." Now backers of Proposition 21 are threatening once again to make housing less available and less affordable in California. Once again, your help is critical to defeating this misguided measure. There are many different ways that you can get involved with our campaign - check back often to see what’s new!

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No on Prop 21December 4, 2020 12:42pm
"The state party endorsed Proposition 21, which would have allowed local governments to expand rent control. It was crushed, with 60% of the voters opposed"
No on Prop 21December 1, 2020 3:52pm
"An attempt to expand rent control failed miserably statewide, and by nearly 2 to 1 in Orange County, winning only narrowly even in the blue bastion of San Francisco"
No On Prop 21
No On Prop 21November 4, 2020 6:14am

Yet again California voters clearly understood the negative impacts #Prop21 would have had on the availability of affordable housing in our state by clearly rejecting this radical ballot measure.

No On Prop 21
No On Prop 21November 4, 2020 1:00am

There are only a few more hours left to get your vote in! Don't make California's housing crisis even worse. Vote No on #Prop21.

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Paid for by No on Prop 21: Californians for Responsible Housing, a coalition of seniors, veterans, affordable housing advocates, labor & social justice organizations, sponsored by California Apartment Association. Committee Major Funding from Essex Property Trust and Affiliated Entities; Equity Residential; and AvalonBay Communities.
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