Content last updated Nov. 29, 2020

Measure AA

Oakland Children’s Initiative

Summary

Shall the measure amending Oakland’s Charter for the purposes of funding services to: expand access to early childhood and preschool education; improve high school and college graduation and career readiness; provide mentoring and college financial assistance; by establishing a $198, 30-year parcel tax for single family parcels and specified rates for other parcel types, raising approximately $25,000,000 – 30,000,000 annually, with citizen’s oversight, and exemptions for low-income households and others, be adopted? Percentage Needed to Pass: Two-thirds (2/3)

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Contributions by region

Contributions to Support
$1,830,512

Contributions to Oppose
$305,974

Supporting regions
Out of State
$217K
$217K
Within California
$1.1M
$1.1M
Within Oakland
$558K
$558K
Opposing regions
Out of State
$3.5K
$3.5K
Within California
$148K
$148K
Within Oakland
$155K
$155K

Contributions by type

Supporting contributors
Committee
$35K
$35K
Individual
$728K
$728K
Other (includes Businesses)
$1.1M
$1.1M
Opposing contributors
Committee
$90K
$90K
Individual
$75K
$75K
Other (includes Businesses)
$142K
$142K

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In support of the measure
The Oakland Fund for Measure AA
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$1,881,647
$1.9M
$1.9M
In opposition of the measure
Committee for Better Choices, No on Measure AA, Y and W
See all contributions to this committee
$306,326
$306K
$306K

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