Yes on L for Fremont Schools

Questions and Answers

Q: What is Measure L?
A: Measure L maintains quality education in local schools by increasing our local school funding. Support our math, science, reading, writing programs and 21st century education by voting Yes on L!

Q: Why Yes on L?
A: Yes on L creates ongoing, reliable local school funding with money that cannot be taken by the State. Continuing the funding Measure L provides is essential to retaining quality science teachers for 21st century science education that prepares students for higher education and the workforce. Because of stable local funding, our schools have restored fundamental academic programs, maintaining quality education for our local students.

Q: Why now?
A: Our district receives among the lowest funding in Alameda county, and we cannot rely on the State for the funding our schools need to maintain core academic programs, particularly math, science, reading and writing, and provide hands-on instruction. Measure L provide stable local funding the State cannot take away. Vote Yes on L to secure funding that supports, recruits and retains the highly qualified teachers who maintain quality education in our schools.

Q: How do I know money won’t be wasted?
A: Yes on L includes tough accountability provisions and taxpayer safeguards, including Independent Citizens' Oversight and annual independent audits to ensure all funds are spent as promised. Measure L guarantees all schools benefit. NO money can be spent on administrators’ salaries or pensions.

Q: What will Yes on L fund?
A: Yes on L will fund:
Math and science programs
Reading and writing programs
Highly qualified teachers, including science teachers for 21st century science education
School libraries
Student workforce programs
Student safety and security

Q: How do I vote Yes on L?
A: Measure L is on the Tuesday, March 3, 2020 ballot. Polls are open 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. Absentee Ballots may be dropped off at any polling place in Alameda County on Election Day. For more information, call the County Registrar of Voters at (510) 272-6933or visit

Election Day: Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Absentee Ballots Mailed to Voters: Starting February 3, 2020
Last day to register to vote: February 17, 2020
Find your polling place:
Questions about voting? Contact the Alameda County Registrar of Voters at (510) 272-6973