Content last updated Aug. 11, 2022

Measure TBD5

Establish Public Financing for Oakland Elections


This measure would Establish Public Financing For Elections Of City And School Board Officials, Increase Transparency Regarding Independent Spending On City Elections, And Further Restrict The Ability Of Former City Officials And Directors To Act As Lobbyists By: (1) Repealing The Limited Public Financing Act And Adopting The Fair Elections Act To Enable Resident Allocation Of Public Financing For Elective Office Campaigns; (2) Amending The Campaign Reform Act And Lobbyist Registration Act; And 3) Amending Section 603 Of The Charter Of The City Of Oakland To Fund Public Ethics Commission Staff To Implement The Fair Elections Act.

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