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YES ON K&L is a campaign to pass common-sense reforms to San Diego’s election process to ensure that big decisions on local candidates and local ballot measures are scheduled when the most people participate, which is in the November general election. These measures:

Schedule final elections on city candidates and city ballot measures in November. Ensure big decisions are made when the most people participate, in November. Bring city elections in line with state elections, which are decided in November. Give voters in November -- not special interests in June -- the power to decide.

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Democracy functions best when the most people participate

Most voters are unaware that, in the City of San Diego, our most important elections often end in the June primary because of an outdated election law. This leaves voters without an opportunity to vote for these representatives and ballot measures in the November election, when the most people participate.

Measure K uses the same nonpartisan top-two runoff process we use to elect the Governor, state legislators, and members of Congress.

Measures K eliminates voter confusion caused by using a different process for city elections.

Measure L uses the same process used for state initiatives in California, placing them on the November general election ballot when the most people vote.

The city’s current system gives political parties and special interests more influence in the June election, and leaves many voters out of the process.

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Measures K&L ensure big decisions are made by a majority of voters

The city’s current system allows candidates to win elections in the June primary with votes from a small fraction of the people they represent. As few as 20 percent of voters cast ballots in June elections. Measure K ensures final decisions on candidates are made in November, when as many as 80 percent of voters cast ballots. For the same reason, Measure L schedules decisions on city ballot measures in November, when the most people vote.

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