Election 2018: Bikes on the Ballot


Midterm elections are less than two weeks away.

 
On November 6, Americans will vote on a broad assortment of elected positions, tax measures and bond proposals. Many will get the opportunity to weigh in on current and proposed investments in road and bike infrastructure, parks and trails. 
 
PeopleforBike explained, “In California alone, $100 million in annual funding for bicycle facilities will be lost if voters decide to repeal a recent increase in the state’s gas tax.”

Is bike funding threatened by a ballot measure in your state?
 
View PeopleforBikes voting recommendations for state and local ballot measures that a ballot measure may affect bike riding in your community.

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