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MUST VOTE NO ON MEASURE "G"
At $720 Million Dollars, Measure G
is the largest local bond issue ever proposed
in the history of Riverside County.

Please vote NO on Riverside County Measure G to be presented before the voters of the Mt. San Jacinto Community College District at the Consolidated Primary Election scheduled to be held on June 6, 2006. Here are some reasons why:

VOTE NO ON MEASURE "G"

Vote NO on Measure "G" because Mt. San Jacinto Community College is not making efficient use of its available facilities.

RIVERSIDE COUNTY

Vote NO on Measure "G" because Mt. San Jacinto Community College is currently in a state of enrollment decline, enrolling the equivalent of 250 full time students less than last year levels.

RIVERSIDE COUNTY

Vote NO on Measure "G" because Mt. San Jacinto Community College has not met its most recent enrollment target, resulting in failure to obtain $3.5 Million Dollars of state funded growth allocation this year alone; and this in addition to missing enrollment targets in 4 of the last 5 previous years, losing roughly $5 Million Dollars of cumulative state funding during that period as well.

VOTE NO ON MEASURE G

Vote NO on Measure "G" because despite its performance shortfalls, Mt. San Jacinto Community College has refused to modify its enrollment policies in order to accommodate more students.

san jacinto community college

Vote NO on Measure "G" because the Resolution placing Measure G on the June Ballot was not unanimously approved by the Mt. San Jacinto Community College Board of Trustees, with the dissenting Trustee claiming she could not support the bond proposal because she feels MSJC needs to use state funding more efficiently and maximize the facilities it already has.

VOTE NO ON MEASURE G
Vote NO on Measure "G" because MSJC should be required to maximize existing facilities before the taxpayers of Riverside County are asked to foot the bill for new community college facilities.
Riverside County
Vote NO on Measure "G" because despite claims to the contrary, MSJC has yet to develop a comprehensive, fiscally-responsible facilities improvement plan in conjunction with its request to issue $720 Million Dollars in bonds.
VOTE NO ON MEASURE G

Vote NO on Measure "G" because allowing MSJC to issue $720,000,000.00 of general obligation bonds in its current condition will only go to encourage more administrative inefficiency than the Community College has already demonstrated.

Riverside County

Vote NO on Measure "G" because indiscriminately throwing millions of dollars at the seemingly endless budget problems plaguing administratively top-heavy educational institutions, without requiring any accountability for the inefficiencies underlying those budget problems, has proven to be a failed policy.

Riverside County Measure G

Vote NO on Measure "G" because based upon principals of fiscal responsibility, the Republican Party is generally opposed to tax increases for the purposes of bonded debt repayment.

Riverside County Measure G
Vote NO on Measure "G" because at $720 Million Dollars, Measure G is the largest local bond issue ever proposed in the history of Riverside County. 

Read Measure G Pros and Cons - official ballot arguments

Persons and Organizations Endorsing a NO vote on Measure G Riverside County
Gerald S. Burchell, Elected Member, Riverside County Republican Party Central Committee

The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

The Inland Empire Taxpayers Association

The Riverside County Libertarian Party

The California Republican Assembly

John Motte, City Council of the City of Perris and Former Trustee of Mt. San Jacinto Community College/Business Man

The Murrieta Temecula Republican Assembly

The Riverside County American Independent Party

The California Taxpayer Protection Committee

Councilman Steve Adams, Candidate for the 66th Assembly District

Mike Naggar,  Temecula City Councilman

Measure G Riverside County

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