Tell the San Diego County Board of Supervisors: DON’T SIDE WITH TRUMP, STAND WITH CALIFORNIA!

When Trump sues your state for protecting its residents, you have to stand up and fight. Our San Diego County Board of Supervisors, on the other hand, is considering joining the Trump administration’s attack on California.

Chairwoman Gaspar decided that on April 17, during a meeting that is closed to the public, the Board will determine whether to sign on to Trump’s lawsuit against California.

But you can fight!

Sign the petition below to fight for our friends, families and neighbors and tell our San Diego County Board of Supervisors to STAND WITH CALIFORNIA.

The Background 

To show its commitment to welcoming workers, families, and communities, California passed three laws: the California Values Act (SB 54), the Immigrant Worker Protection Act (AB 450), and the Dignity not Detention Act (AB 103). 

These laws ensure that all families can live and work safely in California, and that is why Trump is suing us. Trump is going after California first, because if he can beat us, he can bully other states into doing what he wants.  

But now, our San Diego County Board of Supervisors, may decide to side with Trump and Attorney General Sessions, against all of us.

Chairwoman Gaspar has made clear her intent to support the Trump agenda. At her request, on April 17 the Board of Supervisors will meet in secret, to decide if San Diego County will add its name to Trump’s lawsuit against California, and work with Trump against our own state.

Chairwoman Gaspar and Supervisors: DON’T SIDE WITH TRUMP, STAND WITH CALIFORNIA!   

County supervisors are public officials; elected to represent San Diego County residents. Instead of doing their jobs, investing in San Diego families and communities, they are putting on a costly political stunt with our county resources.

Tell your supervisors that siding with Trump against the people of our state is wrong and San Diegans stand together against hate.

San Diego County Board of Supervisors: STAND WITH CALIFORNIA!

Will you sign?