Stand with Tribes
YES ON PROP 26
IN-PERSON SPORTS WAGERING
- Prop. 26 simply allows craps and roulette at tribal casinos, and in-person sports wagering at tribal casinos and licensed horse racetracks.
- Prop. 26 provides tens of millions in new funding for public education, public safety and other vital services.
- Prop. 26 helps tribal self-sufficiency and protects jobs.
- Prop. 26 is the only proposition on the ballot written and supported by tribes.
NO ON PROP 27
ONLINE SPORTS WAGERING
- Prop. 27 would legalize online sports wagering—turning
virtually every phone, tablet, computer and video game
console in California into a gambling device.
- Prop. 27 increases the risk of underage and problem gambling.
- Prop. 27 hurts tribes. It is OPPOSED by more than 50 California tribes and tribal organizations because it would threaten Indian gaming in California by legalizing online gaming.
- Prop. 27 was written and paid for by out-of-state online gambling corporations.
Paid for by Pechanga Band of Indians