SACRAMENTO, California, August 7, 2018 / PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE / -. The campaign for the No on Prop 6 today introduced its first television ad in Fresno, showing the crucial projects on transport in the Central Valley threatened by proposal 6, the security attack on bridges and roads. This notice is the first to be issued between now and election day. The campaign plans to issue notices in media markets across the state until the election.
“Proposition 6 is a dangerous measure, which could delay the response times to emergencies and make our roads less safe by eliminating crucial for transportation funding , ” said Brian Rice, President California Professional Firefighters. “It is imperative that voters in the Central Valley understand the risk to public safety posed by Proposition 6 for our communities. That is why firefighters in California are the leaders of public safety to urge Californians to vote” no “Prop. 6”.
Below is a transcript of the notice. To view the announcement, click here: https://noprop6.com/central-valley-bridges-roads/
Warning: more than 300 bridges and overpasses Central Valley are deficient from the structural point of view.
Prop. 6 attacks the safety of our bridges and local routes, eliminating $ 2 billion transportation funding in the Central Valley.
Threatens hundreds of miles of safety critical repairs to routes 99 and I-5;
Stops repairs to local bridges;
and jeopardizes public safety.
Firefighters and members of the California Highway Patrol say “No to 6”.
It is a dangerous path.
About No on Prop 6 – Attack on the Bridge and Road Safety (No on Prop 6 – a security attack on bridges and roads.):
The California Professional Firefighters, the Association Troopers Way of California, the American Society of Civil Engineers, companies, local government, trade unions, environmentalists and rescue emergency urging the NO on Prop. 6 For stop critical transportation projects and will endanger the safety of our bridges and roads.
Proposition 6 on the November vote would eliminate more than $ 5 billion annually in funds to the existing transport and halt funding for more than 6,500 improvement projects for the safety of bridges and roads, transportation and and currently public transit ongoing throughout California.
Prop. 6 is rejected by a broad coalition of more than 250 public safety organizations, engineers, local transportation agencies, cities, counties, environmental groups, businesses and labor organizations throughout California.
|Paid for by Paid for by No on Prop 6: Stop the Attack on Bridge & Road Safety, sponsored by companies,
unions, local governments and transportation advocates
Main financing of the Committee from
California Alliance for Jobs
Southern California Partnership for Jobs
State Building and Construction Trades Council of California
Financing details www.fppc.ca.gov
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