Say Yes to Measures A & V


SVCN has endorsed Measure A and Measure V – will you join us?

We are asking you to join our growing group of community leaders in endorsing Measure A and Measure V on your November ballots.

Endorse Measure A

Measure V endorsement – Complete the form and email to SVCN intern Hannah Rehm

What is Measure A?

Measure A is an extension of a one-eighth cent sales tax passed by the voters in 2012. It was set to expire in 2023, but Measure A extends the tax on an ongoing basis. If approved, this general sales tax will provide approximately $50 million annually for County services.

Learn more about Measure A

SVCN overview of Measure A

Donate to Measure A – Makes checks payable to “Committee for the Future of Santa Clara County” (FPPC #: 1408550) and send to “Committee for the Future of Santa Clara County” 6469 Almaden Expwy # 80-173, San Jose, CA 95120.

What is Measure V?

Measure V is a $450 million affordable housing bond that will make it easier for all residents to afford to live in the City of San Jose. Measure V provides meaningful housing solutions for our community by:

  • Providing affordable housing for working families, veterans, seniors, teachers, nurses, paramedics and other workers.

  • Helping our vulnerable homeless residents get off the streets and transition into safe and permanent housing.

Read more about the bond measure in the Measure V fact sheet.

Measure V endorsement – Complete the form and email to SVCN intern Hannah Rehm

Donate to Measure V

Yes, nonprofits can legally endorse ballot measures!

Nonprofits can support, advocate, and lobby for ballot measures by:

  • Publicly endorsing the ballot measure.

  • Encouraging the public to vote for the ballot measure.

  • Spreading information about the ballot measure through emails, newsletters, op-eds, and phone banking.

  • Donating funds, volunteers and time to the ballot measure campaign.

To learn more about ballot measure advocacy for nonprofits, please visit:

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