Yes on 34 - Official TV advertisement, narrated by Martin SheenOctober 23, 2012
- Yes on 34 - Official TV advertisement, narrated by Martin Sheen Franky Carrillo was convicted of murder when he was 16 years old and served 20 years in prison before he was found innocent. Franky supports Prop. 34. Watch the video and share!
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Prop 34, a California ballot initiative to end the death penalty and save taxpayer money, is supported by various hosts on TYT Network.
Franky Carrillo is voting YES on Prop 34
Franky was sentenced to prison at age 16 for a murder he did not commit, and was found innocent after spending 20 years behind bars. He shares why he's voting YES on 34.
Jeanne Woodford is voting YES on 34
Jeanne Woodford is a former Warden of San Quentin who oversaw four executions. She's voting YES on 34.
Lorrain Taylor is voting YES on Prop 34
Lorraine Taylor, mother to twin boys, Albade and Obadiah, who were gunned down in 2000 at the age of 22, shares why she is voting YES on Prop 34.
YES on Prop 34
Prop. 34 is justice that works for everyone. Vote YES on Prop. 34 in November.
Demonstrators Gather at Rally Opposing the Death Penalty
Hundreds of Victims Endorse SAFE California Act to Replace Death Penalty.
Victimas alzan la voz
Decenas de víctimas de crímenes y sus familias salieron a las calles de Los Ángeles para repudiar la pena de muerte.
Innocent and behind bars
Al Sharpton talks about the SAFE California Act on MSNBC's "Politics Nation."
California voters to weigh repeal of state's death penalty
Rachel Maddow features the qualification of the SAFE California Act to November's ballot.
- Jeanne Woodford, former Warden of Death Row Supports Prop 34 Former Warden Jeanne Woodford presided over four executions -- now she wants to replace it with life without parole through Prop. 34. Watch the video and share!
- Darryll Stallworth, Former Prosecutor supports SAFE California Former CA prosecutor Darryl Stallworth once sought the death penalty -- now he wants to replace it with life without parole through Prop. 34. Watch the video and share!
Death penalty being rewritten across the country
MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell explains how capital punishment is being rewritten from coast to coast.
Bryan Stevenson on TED
In March 2012, Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Alabama, gave a speech on TED entitled, "We need to talk about an injustice." In the end of his speech, he explains why California is ready to replace the death penalty.
Judy Kerr, sister of a murder victim, supports SAFE California
Judy Kerr's brother, Bob Kerr, was killed in 2003. During this traumatic time, Ms. Kerr needed grief counseling for her family and herself, and she needed to know who killed her brother.
Former FBI Agent Supports SAFE California
Tom Parker, former FBI agent, tells California voters why he supports SAFE California.
- Murder Victim Family Member Lorrain Taylor for SAFE California November 30 Lorrain Taylor, a mother whose twin sons were murdered, explains why she supports SAFE California.
- Former LA District Attorney Gil Garcetti for SAFE California November 30 Former LA District Attorney Gil Garcetti explains why he is a supporter of the SAFE California initiative to replace the death penalty with life without parole.
- Signature Gathering Training November 17 Learn how to gather signatures like a pro to help give CA voters a chance to end the death penalty!