Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District, Measure V:

What it would do: Allow officials to borrow $46.2 million in construction bonds to build classrooms, a gymnasium and a media center, among other projects

Who supports it: Citizens in Support of Building Schools for Today and Tomorrow

Who opposes it: No organized opposition

What it needs to pass: 55% of the vote

Downey, Measure G

What it would do: Ease the current two-term limit on City Council members by allowing them to serve three terms of four years each; also allow former council members to run again after they have been out of office at least two years

Who supports it: Mayor Rick Trejo and Councilmen Kirk Cartozian and Mario A. Guerra

Who opposes it: Former Mayors Anne M. Bayer and Robert S. Brazelton, Citizens for Downey

What it needs to pass: Simple majority

Huntington Park, Measure B:

What it would do: Allow the city to continue collecting its telephone users tax but lower it from 7% to 6.5%

Who supports it: Mayor Elba Guerrero, Vice Mayor Mario Gomez and Police Chief Michael J. Trevis

Who opposes it: No organized opposition

What it needs to pass: Simple majority

Inglewood, Measure F:

What it would do: Ban the sale and use of fireworks within the city

Who supports it: Councilwoman Judy Dunlap, Parking and Traffic Commissioner Lynnette Lewis, Citizens Police Oversight Commissioner Nannette Marchand

Who opposes it: Retired Police Chief Ronald C. Banks; Olivia Patterson, immediate past president of the Inglewood Rotary Club; The Way The Church