Ensure affordable housing in Alameda -- YES on Measure M1 and NO on Measure L1
Rent in Alameda is increasing, on average, at 10 times the rate of inflation. Household income, however, has not kept pace. As a result, more and more Alameda residents are unable to afford housing thanks to skyrocketing rents and the rising crisis of “no-cause” evictions. This is unacceptable.
Under Measure M1, there would be no evictions without cause, and “no-fault” evictions would result in compensation for the evicted tenant. Rent would be rolled back to May 2015 levels and rent increases would be capped at 1.7% annually.
But to make this possible, we need thousands of Alameda residents to exercise their vote this Nov. 8 to fight to keep Alameda residents in their homes and stand up for affordable housing!
Sign the pledge to vote YES on Measure M1 and NO on Measure L1 November's ballot:
"I will help fight to for affordable housing and to keep Alameda residents in their homes by voting YES on Measure M1 and NO on Measure L1 on the November 8 ballot."