Election Day 2018: Here’s everything you need to know about what’s on the ballot

Long Beach residents have a lot to decide Nov. 6, from charter amendments to hotel working conditions, along with state propositions, federal and state representatives and one county measure. Here’s all our coverage of each local issue on your ballot:

Ballot measures

Long Beach voters will decide five questions on the ballot, including four that would amend the city charter. Here’s a rundown of all five:


Statewide propositions

In addition to the five local measures, voters will decide one county measure and 11 state measures. There are some big issues, including repealing the gas tax and bringing back the possibility of rent control.


County Measure W

Measure W would generate at least $5 million for Long Beach’s clean water programs, officials say

Local offices up for election

Here’s a rundown of state and federal elected representatives on the ballot:



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