Tell California Courts: Drop prop 22 for good!

Tell California Courts: Drop prop 22 for good!

We are drivers. We’re behind the wheel of every Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash ride. We’re responsible for the billions in profit these companies and their investors are pocketing every year.

Some of us drive long hours every day. Some of us drive part time for extra cash. Some of us are immigrants building a new life for our loved ones. Some of us have fallen on hard times, earning money any way we can.

What do we have in common? We all deserve a living wage and better treatment but Uber, Lyft, and Doordash are not sharing the wealth with us workers.

Join us to demand better.

We are drivers. We’re behind the wheel of every Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash ride. We’re responsible for the billions in profit these companies and their investors are pocketing every year.

Some of us drive long hours every day. Some of us drive part time for extra cash. Some of us are immigrants building a new life for our loved ones. Some of us have fallen on hard times, earning money any way we can.

What do we have in common? We all deserve a living wage and better treatment but Uber, Lyft, and Doordash are not sharing the wealth with us workers.

Join us to demand better.

Tell California Courts: Drop Prop 22 for good

A California judge just struck down Prop 22, a law that stripped gig workers of our rights! This is a huge victory but we need to make sure Prop 22 is gone for good instead of being resurrected in an appeals court. Drivers deserve better!

Join the movement of Gig Workers and tell California lawmakers to drop Prop 22 for good by adding your name now.

Dear California lawmakers,

Judge Roesch's ruling in August to strike down Proposition 22 couldn’t be clearer: The gig industry-funded ballot initiative was unconstitutional and is therefore unenforceable. Companies like Uber and Lyft spent $225 million in an effort to take away rights from workers in a way that violates California’s Constitution. They tried to boost their profits by undermining democracy and the state constitution. For two years, drivers have been saying that democracy cannot be bought. And today’s decision shows they were right.

Gig drivers deserve a voice.

Because drivers are isolated, companies have the power to take advantage of us. That’s why increasing out of pocket expenses and shrinking ride fares have drivers struggling as investors and executives grow wealthier than ever. It’s shameful. But we know a better way is possible. Working together, we can fight back against unfair deactivations and cuts in our pay to win a better future for ourselves and our families.

The first step is making sure that any law restricting gig drivers from being recognized as employees is deemed unlawful. That's why we the undersigned demand you do everything in your power to make sure Prop 22 is struck down for good.