Election 2018

Your voice matters.

This NOVEMBER 6, there are a number of local measures and state measures, in addition to the federal and state midterms.

As a part of Burbank Arts for All Foundation’s Strategic Goals, Burbank Arts for All Foundation continues to educate and engage the Burbank Community to support and advocate for arts education in BUSD. Here are a few resources:

Local public meetings hosted by League of Women Voters of Glendale/Burbank: 

State of California Ballot Measures on Tuesday, October 23rd

Candidate Forum for the United States Congressional Districts 28th and 30th on Wednesday, October 24th

On the Burbank ballot:

Measure QS

Approval of Measure QS would authorize the Burbank Unified Board of Education of the Burbank Unified School District to levy a qualified special tax of $0.10 per square foot of improvements per year on each parcel of taxable real property. If approved, the Tax will be levied annually beginning July 1, 2019, and continuing until ended by the voters.

Click here for more information on Measure QS, including the measure’s full text, bipartisan information, arguments in favor and against, a draft budget, and more.

Burbank’s City Clerk’s office:

For the City of Burbank’s City Clerk office regarding the elections, please visit their website. 

Statewide Elections:


The Governor of California is an elected official who is responsible for implementing state laws and overseeing the operation of the state executive branch. As the state’s chief executive officer and commander-in-chief, the governor advances and pursues new and revised policies and programs using a variety of tools, such as executive orders, executive budgets, and legislative proposals and vetoes.

The candidates are:

California Superintendent of Public Instruction

The State Superintendent of Public Instruction is a nonpartisan elected official who advocates for educational reform. The State Superintendent makes sure California’s school districts comply with state & federal laws and standards, distributes funding, monitors spending, and tracks districts’ academic performance.

The candidates are:


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