Vote Yes on D

For infrastructure. For fairness.

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Safeguard San Diego’s Future

Because of an outdated city law, the state of California could cut off funding we need to repair roads, build parks, and make sure our city is prepared for a changing climate. Measure D is a simple fix to protect more than $120 million per year in state infrastructure funding while increasing taxpayer accountability and making sure good jobs go to local workers.

Vote Yes on D to rebuild our infrastructure, invest in our future, and safeguard San Diego.

Supported By

Gavin Newsom Governor
Frank Jordan President Emeritus, CA NAACP
Todd Gloria San Diego Mayor
San Diego County Democratic Party
San Diego City Firefighters Local 145
San Diego County Taxpayers Association

As well as...

MLK Dems
Union Veterans Council
San Diego County's Building Trades Unions
Alliance San Diego
Sierra Club
San Diego Coastkeeper
Climate Action Campaign
Circulate San Diego
American Federation of Teachers
Nathan Fletcher County Supervisor
Alejandra Sotelo-Solis National City Mayor
Brian Maienschein Assemblymember
Nora Vargas County Supervisor
Ben Hueso State Senator
Lorena Gonzalez CA Labor Federation
Chris Ward Assemblymember
Dr. Akilah Weber Assemblymember
Kyra Greene Center on Policy Initiatives
Christine Kehoe State Senator
MP Caulfield Major General
Georgette Gómez former San Diego City Council President
Jason Stanley Homework
David Alvarez Assemblymember
Betty Yee State Controller
Raul Campillo San Diego Councilman
Marcus Bush National City Councilman
Scott Peters Congressman
Fiona Ma State Treasurer
Rob Bonta California Attorney General
Stephen Whitburn San Diego Councilman

What's at Stake

$123.4 million

In 2022, San Diego received $123.4 million in state funds to fix streets, upgrade parks and rebuild neighborhoods. That funding could be cut off at any time.

$130 million

California temporarily froze funding needed to secure our water supply in 2018. The 18-month delay raised the price tag at least $130 million—money San Diegans will have to pay. We can’t afford that kind of risk.

$4.3 billion

There’s a $4.3 gap between our city’s 5-year infrastructure goals and city funding. We’re counting on California to fill the lion’s share. Let’s make sure state funding is never in doubt.

Good Jobs for Local Workers

Measure D will give the city tools to make sure good jobs go to local workers instead, especially San Diego’s many veterans who have served our country.

How It Works

Measure D updates San Diego contracting rules to meet state funding requirements. It restores the city’s ability to use project labor agreements to ensure good jobs go to local workers and to set standards for fair pay and strong workplace protections. And it creates new public disclosure and oversight to protect San Diego taxpayers.