With a turnout of 6,833 YES voters out of 13,441 total voters,
Measure P reached VICTORY by claiming 50.84% of the total votes!

Join ‪#‎Yes4MeasureP‬ supporters on Saturday, July 23 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
at Wilson Park for a celebration in helping to move Compton forward!


Yes on Measure P

MEASURE P: Enhance Streets & Services

Measure P "The Vital Services Protection Measure" was introduced by Mayor Aja Brown and unanimously approved by the Compton City Council for the June 7, 2016 ballot to provide Compton residents with an option to fund a major public street improvements, park enhancements and public safety upgrades.  Measure P is a 1%  Sales Tax Measure, often referred to as a 1-cents sales tax measure, which essentially would cost one additional penny on every dollar paid and generate over $7.5MIL annually to improve our community.

Learn more about MEASURE P
  • We are a few days away from June 7th and we need your help! We have received great feedback from our community supporting YOP, but we still have a lot more people to reach to share the facts and benefits of Measure P.

  • The Yes on Measure P campaign today released a new radio ad, “Talon’s Story.” The sixty-second ad features a testimonial from 7-year-old Compton resident Talon Felton and highlights his family’s support for the June 7 ballot measure that will repave every street in Compton.

  • Millennial Compton Mayor Aja Brown is pushing a bold new agenda to repave every street in Compton and she’s getting support from celebrity natives to make it happen. With endorsements from community leaders, local and state officials, Brown has also earned the support of Compton rappers YG and Compton Menace to help encourage residents to vote yes on Measure P on Election Day. Brown will be joined by supporters and residents on Saturday, June 4 at 10 a.m. at the Dollarhide Community Center for a Measure P informational town hall meeting followed by a Yes on Measure P GOTV rally.