Vote No on Proposition 1A — The $16 Billion Tax Increase

The No New Taxes Committee, A Project of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, Is Leading the Fight Against Prop. 1A.

In February of 2009, the California Legislature voted to make California taxpayers the highest taxed people in the country for the next two years. Claiming that the higher taxes were needed to fix the budget mess (a mess they created themselves), these politicians raised our income and sales taxes, and nearly doubled the dreaded car tax. To add insult to injury for California families, they took away the dependent child credit so that you will now pay an additional $200 per child.

To make matters even worse, these same political elitists have placed Proposition 1A on the May 19 special election ballot. Prop. 1A would more than DOUBLE the taxes that have already been imposed this year. Here is what is important about Proposition 1A: Masked behind a phony spending limit is an extension of the massive tax increase just approved. Prop. 1A means an additional two years, for a total of 4 years of record high taxes. That's another $16 billion of your money!

Unless we defeat Proposition 1A, these higher taxes will cost the average California family over $1,100 per year. That's right, higher sales taxes, higher income taxes, higher car taxes and more taxes if you have children.

Learn more about Proposition 1A:

An Urgent Message From Jon Coupal
Overview - Vote No on Proposition 1A
Learn the facts about Proposition 1A
Deception, fraud and a $16 billion tax increase
What other tax propositions are on the May 19 ballot?
Who supports Prop. 1A and wants you to pay higher taxes?
Who is the Opposition Coalition fighting Prop. 1A?
What can you do to fight Proposition 1A?

This page is sponsored by No New Taxes, No on Prop. 1A, A Project of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association.