Mail Stop 3561
                                                           August 10, 2018

Alec E. Gores
Chairman of the Board of Directors
Gores Holdings II, Inc.
9800 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90212

       Re:    Gores Holdings II, Inc.
              Preliminary Proxy Statement on Schedule 14A
              Filed July 12, 2018
              File No. 1-37979

Dear Mr. Gores:

       We have reviewed your filing and have the following comments. In some of
comments, we may ask you to provide us with information so we may better
understand your

       Please respond to these comments within ten business days by providing
requested information or advise us as soon as possible when you will respond.
If you do not
believe our comments apply to your facts and circumstances, please tell us why
in your

     After reviewing your response to these comments, we may have additional


1.     In an appropriate place toward the front of your proxy statement, please
explain how
       Greenlight is affiliated with Verra Mobility, as you do not make it
clear how Verra
       Mobility will be acquired by you. For example, in your first Q&A on page
11, you
       state that Verra Mobility will be the surviving corporation in the First
       however, you don't explain how it will become the surviving corporation.

Summary Term Sheet, page 1

2.     In the final bullet point on page 6, you identify as an interest "the
fact that Alec
       Gores, our Chairman, is the brother of Tom Gores, the Chief Executive
Officer and
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        Chairman of Platinum Equity, and that Tom Gores and certain other
executives of
        Platinum Equity would participate in the Private Placement indirectly
through an
        investment in our Sponsor." Please clarify here and elsewhere where you
discuss this
        interest that Platinum Equity currently holds a controlling stake in
Verra Mobility
        through the Platinum Stockholder, which will receive all of the cash
        and a portion of the stock consideration to be paid in connection with
the business
        combination. Please also disclose here that the Platinum Stockholder
will retain
        approximately 42% of voting power in the post-combination company
assuming no
        share redemptions and 51% of voting power assuming maximum share
        Finally, please describe here the Platinum Stockholder's director
designation rights,
        and make corresponding revisions throughout your proxy statement.

Questions and Answers about the Proposals for Stockholders, page 11

3.      Please add a question and answer about the absence of a maximum
        threshold which includes the related disclosure on page 102.

Is there a limit on the total number of shares that may be redeemed?, page 24

4.      Please disclose here the number of shares that would be redeemed under
        maximum redemption scenario you describe elsewhere in the prospectus
(such as on
        pages 37 and 121).

What happens if the Business Combination is not consummated?, page 26

5.      Please revise to clarify here, if true, that you may amend your
certificate of
        incorporation to extend your business combination deadline without
limitation. We
        note your related disclosure in the final risk factor on page 81. If
there are reasons
        why you cannot or will not seek shareholder approval to extend such
deadline, please
        state why. Please add similar clarification elsewhere in your filing
where you
        mention the January 19, 2019 deadline.

Summary of the Proxy Statement

Verra Mobility's Business, page 30

6.      Please revise to provide support for your claims throughout your proxy
        regarding Verra Mobility's market leadership. As examples, we note your
        in this section that Verra Mobility is a "leading provider" and has
"industry leading
        capabilities, information and technology expertise," as well as your
disclosure on
        page 184 regarding Verra Mobility's "market-leading positions." We also
note a
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        number of similar claims in the "Information About Verra Mobility"
        including those made on pages 243 and 246.

Consideration to the Greenlight Stockholders in the Business Combination, page

7.      Please expand the disclosure in this section to provide ranges of
potential cash, stock,
        and aggregate consideration you may be required to issue in the
        Combination, taking into account the various adjustments you describe
        Consider providing this information in tabular format when you depict
the alternative

Organizational Structure, page 34

8.      Please revise to depict who controls PE Greenlight Holdings, LLC, with
a view to
        understanding who will ultimately control you.

Risk Factors

Risks Related to Verra Mobility's Business

A failure in or breach of Verra Mobility's networks or systems . . ., page 65

9.      You state here, "In the normal course of Verra Mobility's business,
Verra Mobility
        has been the target of malicious cyber-attack attempts." Please revise
to discuss here
        any material cybersecurity breaches you have experienced, and quantify
the related
        costs you have incurred and reasonably expect to incur here or
elsewhere as
        appropriate. Alternatively, please confirm to us that you have not
experienced any
        material cybersecurity breaches.

Risks Related to Verra Mobility's Debt

Verra Mobility's substantial level of indebtedness . . ., page 99

10.     Please revise to quantify here the aggregate amount of anticipated
        indebtedness as of the effective date of the Business Combination.
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Unaudited Pro Forma Condensed Combined Financial Information

Verra Mobility Historical Information in the Unaudited Pro Forma Condensed
Statements of Operations, page 115

11.     We note your pro forma adjustments to reflect incremental amortization
        related to the revised intangible asset valuations associated with the
HTA and
        Platinum mergers. Please explain to us why there do not appear to be
        adjustments related to depreciation of the revised valuations of your
property and

Sources and Uses for the Business Combination, page 140

12.     We note that the "maximum redemption scenario" presented throughout
your filing
        assumes a 33.3% redemption, or 13.3 million shares, of the outstanding
shares of
        Class A Stock. Since actual redemptions could exceed these "maximum"
        please tell us and prominently disclose how this percentage was
determined. In doing
        so, clarify if 33.3% is the maximum redemption percentage under which
the merger
        may be consummated and explain if and how the redemption limitation
        discussed on page 24 impacted this percentage.

Proposal No. 1   Approval of the Business Combination

Background of the Business Combination, page 169

13.     Please supplementally provide us with copies of any presentations
relating to the
        Business Combination that Moelis presented to your board.

14.     Please expand the disclosure in this section to include a more detailed
description of
        the negotiations surrounding the material terms of the merger agreement
and the other
        agreements related to the Business Combination. For example, please
specify which
        of the parties recommended the initial consideration, explain how that
amount was
        determined, and describe how the consideration changed over the course
of the
        negotiations until the parties arrived at the final consideration
amount. We note in
        that regard your brief reference on page 173 to the parties' respective
        "exchang[ing] several drafts of the definitive agreements for the
potential business
        combination" between May 28, 2018 and June 20, 2018. Please provide
        disclosure with respect to the form and mix of consideration and the
        thereto, the earn-out right, and the material terms of the PIPE
agreements, the investor
        rights agreement, and the tax receivable agreement. See Item 14(b)(7)
of Schedule
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15.     Please revise to briefly describe the criteria you initially considered
which led you to
        pursue Greenlight as a potential target.

16.     We note your disclosure on page 170 that, during a February 1, 2018
meeting, your
        CEO conveyed to a Platinum Equity representative your "views as to how
a potential
        transaction involving the Company and Greenlight would be structured,
        that the Company contemplated raising additional equity capital from
        investors in connection with a potential business combination." Please
expand your
        disclosure to explain whether you considered any alternative financing
        and, if so, why you ultimately determined to pursue the PIPE

17.     Please revise to clarify the role played by Deutsche Bank in the
discussions leading to
        the Business Combination, and to disclose that Deutsche Bank will
forfeit $14.0
        million in deferred underwriting commissions from your initial public
offering should
        you fail to consummate a business combination by the deadline. We note
in that
        regard your description on page 171 of a telephonic meeting during
which Deutsche
        Bank provided its "analysis as to the financial market's views with
respect to
        comparable companies to Verra Mobility and similar transactions to the
        business combination" to your CEO and a Platinum Equity representative.
        also disclose the scope of KPMG's "accounting diligence review" which
        reference throughout this section. If a report, opinion or appraisal
was prepared by
        either party, please provide the disclosure that Item 14(b)(6) of
Schedule 14A
        requires and supplementally provide us with any related presentations
such party
        made to your board.

18.     We note your description on page 174 regarding the independence
disclosure letter in
        which Moelis "disclosed to the Board particular relationships or
investments of
        Moelis that could impact Moelis' independence and the Board's decision
to engage
        Moelis to deliver a fairness opinion to the Board." Please revise to
describe these
        relationships or investments, and to explain why the board
"determin[ed] that none of
        such matters would have an impact on Moelis' independence."

19.     Elaborate upon how the Board concluded that the proposed Business
        "represented the best potential business combination for the Company
based upon the
        process utilized to evaluate and assess other potential acquisition
targets," to elaborate
        upon the process utilized and the results of this process.

Opinion of the Company's Financial Advisor, page 175

20.     Revise to disclose the "Historical Synergies" and "Historical Tax
Benefits," which
        you discuss here.
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Independent Director Oversight, page 183

21.     You state here and elsewhere in your proxy statement that your
independent directors
        "took an active role in evaluating and negotiating the proposed terms
of the Business
        Combination..." and were aware of the potential conflicts of interest
of the other
        Board members. State, if true, that you did not form a special
committee of directors
        comprised solely of your independent directors to exclusively evaluate
and negotiate
        the terms of the Business Combination and explain why not, given the
conflicts of
        interest you describe.

The Company's Board of Directors' Reasons for the Approval of the Business
page 183

22.     Elaborate upon the "Market Leadership" you describe in the first bullet
to specify
        how you measured, quantitatively or qualitatively, Verra Mobility's
"leading" and
        "market-leading" industry status in deciding to approve the

Certain Company Projected Financial Information, page 186

23.     Please revise to identify the material assumptions underlying the
projections disclosed
        in this section. We note your reference to certain assumptions in the
        paragraph of page 186.

Proposal No. 2--Approval of the Issuance of More Than 20% of the Company's
Issued and
Outstanding Common Stock in Connection with the Business Combination and the
Placement, page 201

24.     We note your disclosure here that you will effect your issuance of
stock in the Private
        Placement in reliance on the Section 4(a)(2) exemption from
registration. Please
        revise to specify the exemption from registration you will rely upon to
issue Class A
        shares to the Greenlight Stockholders, and briefly explain why the
exemption is
        available for this issuance.

Proposal No. 3--Approval of the Second Amended and Restated Certificate of
Incorporation, page 203

25.     Please provide your analysis as to why you are not required to unbundle
this proposal
        into separate proposals so as to allow shareholders to vote separately
on the
        authorized share increase, the determination of board size, the
supermajority voting
        requirements, the DGCL Section 203 opt-out, and the corporate
        exemption provisions. Refer to Rule 14a-4(a)(3) of Regulation 14A as
well as
        Question 201.01 of the Division's Exchange Act Rule 14a-4(a)(3)
Compliance and
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        Disclosure Interpretations. In that regard, we note Proposal No. 4
        shareholders with only a "non-binding advisory" vote on the
supermajority voting
        and DGCL Section 203 opt-out provisions "in accordance with SEC
guidance," and
        that you intend for these provisions to take effect "regardless of the
outcome of the
        non-binding advisory vote." Your analysis should identify the "SEC
        referenced and explain how it applies to your particular circumstances.
Please also
        include a form of proxy card with your next revised proxy statement.

Information about Verra Mobility

The Industries in Which Verra Mobility Operates

Tolling, page 245

26.     Please revise to provide support for your reference here to "the
overall growth in
        tolling," as the currently disclosed statistics do not appear to
address any change in
        tolling over time. Please also update the statistics from IBTTA here
and on page 248.
        In that regard, we note the statistic from IBTTA regarding
infrastructure funding by
        tolling authorities covers 2009 to 2011, and the date of IBTTA's
estimate of $65 to
        $70 billion in annual U.S. tolling industry revenues by 2030 is not

Verra Mobility's Strengths

Recurring Revenue Business Model with Diversified Blue-Chip Customer Base, page

27.     You state on page 246 that Verra Mobility "has experienced a high level
of customer
        retention" in the Government Solutions segment. Please revise your
disclosure where
        appropriate to specify the metric or metrics Verra Mobility uses to
gauge customer
        retention and to disclose such metrics for the periods presented.

Competition, page 251

28.     You state here that "Verra Mobility does face competition in certain
solutions it
        offers from certain services offered by other vendors." Please revise
to specify the
        solutions and services to which this disclosure refers.
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Verra Mobility Management's Discussion & Analysis

Results of Operations

Three Months Ended March 31, 2018 Compared to Three Months Ended March 31,
page 259

29.     We note your statement on page 262 that, "A contract negotiation with a
        customer negatively impacted price during the period, but also allowed
        operational efficiencies that were expected to impact adoption rates
going forward."
        Please revise to specify, if material, the nature of these "operational
efficiencies" and
        the manner in which they are "expected to impact adoption rates going

Liquidity and Capital Resources, page 273

30.     Please revise your liquidity disclosures to address the Tax Receivable
Agreement. In
        doing so, ensure you disclose your estimates of annual payments and how
you intend
        to fund the required payments under the agreement.

Beneficial Ownership of Securities, page 309

31.     Please identify the natural persons with voting and/or dispositive
power over the
        securities held by the non-natural persons listed in the ownership

Certain Relationships and Related Transactions

Verra Mobility Related Party Transactions

Transactions between Platinum Equity and Verra Mobility, page 314

32.     You disclose here that Verra Mobility paid Platinum Equity an aggregate
of $13.8
        million in fees in the period from June 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017
and an
        aggregate of $11.25 million in fees in the three months ended March 31,
2018. You
        also state that "Platinum Equity receives certain management fees in
return for such
        services rendered, in an aggregate amount not to exceed $5,000,000 per
year." Please
        revise to briefly describe the fees in excess of $5,000,000 which Verra
Mobility paid
        Platinum Equity in the periods discussed.
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Gores Holdings II, Inc. Financial Statements

Notes to the Unaudited, Interim Financial Statements

Private Placement Warrants, page F-13

33.     We note that the Private Placement Warrants "may be net cash settled."
Please tell us
        how you determined the warrants should be classified within equity and
not within
        liabilities. See ASC 815-40-25-1 and -2.

Verra Mobility Corporation and Subsidiaries Financial Statements

Notes to Unaudited Condensed Consolidated Financial Statements

2. Business Combinations

Verra Mobility Merger, page F-41

34.     We note Verra Mobility acquired all of the issued and outstanding
        interest of the Highway Toll Administration, LLC and Canada Highway
        Administration for an aggregate purchase price of $604.1 million,
including 5.26
        shares Greenlight Holdings II Corporation common stock with a fair
value of $57.3
        million. We also note 5.54 shares of Greenlight II common stock were
issued as
        purchase consideration in April 2018 for the acquisition of Euro
Parking Collection
        with a fair value of $62.6 million. Please tell us and disclose how you
determined the
        fair value of the Greenlight Holdings II Corporation common stock for
each of these

Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements

12. Stockholders' Equity

Successor, page F-81

35.     We note that, pursuant to the plan of merger, the Parent received 100
common shares
        of Verra Mobility and is the sole shareholder at December 31, 2017. We
also note
        that you present the issuance of common shares as an equity
contribution of
        $129,026,398in your statement of stockholders' equity and as proceeds
from issuance
        of common stock in your statement of cash flows. Please revise your
disclosures to
        explain what this balance represents and how the per share amount was
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18. Subsequent Events, page F-87

36.     Citing applicable accounting guidance, please tell us how you plan to
account for the
        tax receivable agreement.

Annex A--Merger Agreement, page A-1

37.     We refer you to Section 11.9(b) of the Merger Agreement. Please tell us
whether the
        waiver of the right to a jury trial applies to claims made under the
federal securities

       We remind you that the company and its management are responsible for
accuracy and adequacy of their disclosures, notwithstanding any review,
comments, action or
absence of action by the staff.

       You may contact Myra Moosariparambil, Staff Accountant, at (202)
551-3796 or
Andrew Blume, Staff Accountant, at (202) 551-3254 if you have questions
comments on the financial statements and related matters. Please contact
Parhaum J.
Hamidi, Special Counsel, at (202) 551-3421 or me at (202) 551-3720 with any


                                                             /s/ Jennifer
Thompson for

                                                             Mara L. Ransom
                                                             Assistant Director
                                                             Office of Consumer