Mail-in ballots continue to be counted, and Measure T’s margin of victory has increased slightly. Thank you, Hayward!
Excerpt from EAST BAY TIMES November 7, 2018
by Peter Hegarty
... On Tuesday, Hayward voters also backed Measure T, which would increase the real property transfer tax in Hayward from $4.50 per $1,000 to $8.50. The tax is assessed when property is sold.
The measure received about 57.96 percent of the vote, according to a tally released Wednesday morning from the Alameda County Registrar of Voters. The tax would raise an estimated $13 million annually for city services.
Protecting Hayward’s quality of life is critical – for our safety, our neighborhoods, our property values, and our future. If you agree, there’s nothing more important on the November ballot than Measure T. Please join us in VOTING YES.