VOTE YES ON THE IN-PERSON,
TRIBAL SPORTS WAGERING ACT

For over 20 years, California voters have entrusted Indian tribes with the right to operate gaming on tribal lands — helping promote Indian self-reliance while generating hundreds of thousands of jobs and billions in economic opportunity for California. To continue this legacy, a growing coalition led by California tribes is urging a YES vote on the Tribal Sports Wagering Act, a November 2022 ballot measure to allow highly regulated in-person sports wagering at tribal casinos and four licensed horse racing tracks.

 

WHY VOTE YES ON THE
IN-PERSON, TRIBAL SPORTS WAGERING ACT

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Authorizes Highly Regulated
In-Person Sports Wagering
at Tribal Casinos

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Bolsters Tribal Self-Sufficiency

Nurse, Firefighter and Student Together | Vote Yes on the In-Person, Tribal Sports Wagering Act

Creates Jobs and Economic Opportunities for All CA

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Generates Tens of Millions to Support State Priorities

Join our Coalition to Stand with
California Indian Tribes

I/we SUPPORT the Tribal Sports Wagering Act – a November 2022 statewide ballot measure to authorize highly-regulated, in-person sports wagering at tribal casinos and four licensed horserace tracks. This measure would bolster Indian self-sufficiency, create new jobs and economic opportunities, and generate tens of millions of dollars each year in new revenues to support vital state services. You may list me/my organization in formal SUPPORT of this ballot measure in your coalition materials.

Our CoalitionPartial List

Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
Barona Band of Mission Indians
NAACP CA/HI State Conference
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians
Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation
California Nations Indian Gaming Association
Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria
Temecula Band of Luiseño Mission Indians
Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation
Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians

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