Count and Be Counted!

Alliance San Diego is working to ensure all San Diegans are counted in the upcoming 2020 Census. The decennial census is mandated by the Constitution, and will take place again on April 1, 2020. The goal is to count the entire population of  the United States. The data generated by the census is used for reapportionment of congressional seats, redistricting at the federal, state and local levels, as well as distribution of federal funds to support vital programs.

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Pay It Forward


Join the San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium (SDIRC), a project of Alliance San Diego, for the 
Borderlands Get Free Fund Fall Fundraiser on Friday, Nov. 8, and enjoy an evening of music, art, entertainment and more to benefit the bond fund. 

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A TIMELINE OF SHORTCUTS AND PAYOUTS TO EXPAND THE CONVENTION CENTER

Alliance San Diego (ASD) has been at the forefront of calling for greater transparency and accountability in the ongoing discussion about possible tax increases and bonds to finance a convention center expansion. The shortcuts and payouts of prior years have undermined our democracy and cost us millions of dollars. It’s time for City Council to correct course. 

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Letter Regarding Ballot Question For “For a Better San Diego”

November 1, 2019

 

Members of San Diego City Council

City Administration Building

202 C Street, 10th Floor

San Diego, CA 92101

Re: Proposed ballot question for citizens’ initiative, “For a Better San Diego” 

Dear Honorable Councilmembers:

Alliance San Diego is a community empowerment organization working to build a more inclusive democracy. As part of this work, we are striving for greater government accountability, transparency, and oversight. To that end, we are interested in the City Council generating ballot questions that are fully understandable to the voters and are honest reflections of the measures voters are deciding on. 

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Protecting Our Democracy

Protecting our democracy is a top priority, which is why we were out in full force at Monday’s City Council meeting (here is the transcript). At issue was whether to put the convention center measure on the March primary election in defiance of Measure L, the 2016 initiative we helped pass to ensure big decisions are made when the most people vote, which is in the November general election.

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