The Orange County Taxpayers Association is a diligent advocate for policies that are good for the economy. We continuously work to provide resources and information regarding tax policy that are current and include our position.
Below are a few quick resources regarding local measures and issues throughout Orange County.
Below is a list of 2020 local measures and Orange County Taxpayers Association's position on each.
Prop 14 – Authorizes bonds to continue funding stem cells and other medical research NEUTRAL
Prop 15– Increases funding for local school, community colleges, and local government services by changing tax assessment for commercial and industrial property. OPPOSE
Prop 16 – Government Preferences NEUTRAL
Prop 17- Disqualifications of Electors NEUTRAL
Prop 18 –Voting Age OPPOSE
Prop 19 – Home protection for seniors, severely disabled, families and victims of wildfire or natural disasters act OPPOSE
Prop 20 - Restricts parole for non-violent offenders. NEUTRAL
Prop 21- Expands local government's authority to enact rent control on residential property OPPOSE
Prop 22 - Employment classification rules for App-based transportation and delivery drivers SUPPORT
Prop 23 - Authorizes state regulation fo kidney dialysis clinics. NEUTRAL
Prop 24 - Amends consumer privacy laws NEUTRAL
Prop 25 - Referendum to overturn a 2018 law the replaced money bail system with a system based on public safety risk NEUTRAL
Stay tuned for 2022 positions.
By The Numbers
Former California State Controller John Chiang created a website to make it easier for taxpayers to track revenues, expenditures and other financial data reported by California's 58 counties and more than 450 cities.
OC Citizens Report
View the latest version of the 2017 Orange County Citizens' Report by the County of Orange Auditor-Controller, Eric Woolery.
Top Property Taxpayers in Orange County FY 17-18
View this information at the Orange County Treasurer-Tax Collector website.
Property Tax in California
View the official letter from Orange County Assessor Claude Parrish.