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Measure EE - What's it all about
Posted 4/23/19

Fast Facts about Measure EE and the June 4 Special Election:
1. Measure EE is a 16-cent per building square foot local school funding parcel tax
2. If approved, Measure EE would attract and retain high-quality teachers and school employees,
reduce class sizes, and provide quality instructional programs, resources, and materials.
3. Measure EE is on the June 4, 2019 ballot and all voters living within Los Angeles Unified
boundaries are eligible to vote.
Learn more about Measure EE and the June 4, 2019 election at www.MeasureEELAUSD.org.

 

Would all Measure EE funds stay local, if approved?
Yes. All Measure EE funds, resulting from a 16-cent per building square foot local school funding parcel
tax, would be required to stay local and may only be used to support Los Angeles public schools. By law,
the state and federal governments cannot touch Measure EE funds.
Do you have other questions about Measure EE and the June 4, 2019 special election? Visit the
Frequently Asked Questions page at www.MeasureEELAUSD.org/FAQ .

 

Attention vote-by-mail voters! Ballots mail next week for the June 4, 2019 special local school funding
parcel tax election. Make sure you keep an eye out for your Measure EE ballot, and regardless of how
you vote, make your voice heard in this important election!
You can find more election and voting information at www.LAVote.net.