Guide to California’s 2010 Elections

By the Editors

Don’t know about you, but every November, the same thought crosses our minds: “seriously, how many $%&*% ballot propositions does one state need??”

Most of us at GOTG are involved in politics and campaigns – but even our heads swim trying to keep all the numbers and positions straight. Be that as it may, voting is our civic duty – and it’s an honor.

And with that in mind, we present our easy and quick (nonpartisan) guide to the November 2010 ballot propositions:

  • 25 – Changes Legislative Vote Requirement to Pass Budget and Budget-Related Legislation from Two-Thirds to a Simple Majority. Retains Two-Thirds Vote Requirement for Taxes.
  • YES: www.yesprop25.org; NO: www.no25yes26.com

Where Does My Political Party Stand on the Propositions?

Find Your Polling Place

Not sure where to go vote? AT&T has a free iPhone/iPod/iPad app that provides polling place information, election calendar, candidate information and more (in English and Spanish). Search “voterhub” or click the link to download!

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  1. women says

    Just where can i see your rss feed?

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