California Voters, Please continue to
Stand with Tribes. YES on 26 and NO on 27:

For decades, California voters have stood with Indian tribes in an effort to promote Indian self-reliance by operating gaming on their own tribal lands. Here’s why Californians should once again stand with tribes by Voting YES on Prop 26, SUPPORTING the qualified, in-personTribal Sports Wagering Act and Voting NO on Prop 27, OPPOSING the Corporate Online Gambling Proposition.

  • The Only Tribal Sports Wagering Measure Qualified for the November 2022 Ballot
  • Authorizes In-Person Sports Wagering at Tribal Casinos for Adults
  • Bolsters Tribal Self-Sufficiency and Creates Job & Economic Growth for all Californians
  • Establishes Strong Safeguards to Prevent Underage and Problem Gaming
  • Generates Tens of Millions Each Year to Support Public Schools & Other State Priorities
  • Learn more at YesOn26.com

  • Legalizes Online Sports Gambling – Turning Every Phone, Tablet and Laptop into a Gambling Device
  • Jeopardizes Tribal Sovereignty and Indian Self-Sufficiency
  • Exacerbates Problem Gambling and Exposes Youth to Online Gambling
  • Vast Majority of Revenues Exported Out-of-State or Country Without Making Any Real Investments in CA
  • Shortchanges Schools & State Priorities — Not a Single Penny Goes to General Fund
  • Learn more at NoProp27.com