Chula Vista and Oceanside Fair and Open Competition Ballot Initiative Update
Voters in both the City of Oceanside and Chula Vista, California each had the opportunity to put an end to the use of wasteful and discriminatory project labor agreements (PLAs) on construction projects funded by their cities yesterday.
While there are no official results yet, early returns indicate that voters in both cities said NO to these costly special interest handouts.
The current Proposition G (Chula Vista) vote count is available here.
The current Measure K (Oceanside) vote count is available here.
We will have a more in-depth breakdown of the results once they are final.
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