LAist on the Propositions and Other Voter Guides
Whether you're sitting in front of your absentee ballot or you're readying yourself for voting in person on November, you're looking at national and local elections as well as a slew of California ballot propositions — 12 to be exact. Well, over the course of this election cycle, LAist writers have posted about 10 of the 12 propositions. We present to you our posts on each proposition, for a more empowered decision on your part. In addition, we provide links to several voter guides put together by California organizations, for your perusal.
- Proposition 1A — California High Speed Rail Bond. S.B. 1856.
- Proposition 2 — Treatment of Farm Animals. Statute.
- Proposition 3 — Childrens' Hospital Bond Act.Grant Program. Initiative Statute.
- Proposition 4 — Waiting Period and Parental Notification Before Termination of Minor's Pregnancy. Constitutional Amendment. (third attempt at Proposition 73)
- Proposition 5 — Nonviolent Offenders. Sentencing, Parole and Rehabilitation. Statute.
- Proposition 6 -- Criminal Penalties and Laws. Public Safety Funding. Statute.
- Proposition 7 -- Renewable Energy. Statute.
- Proposition 8 -- Eliminates Right of Same-sex Couples to Marry. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
- Proposition 9 -- Criminal Justice System. Victims' Rights. Parole. Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
- Proposition 10 -- Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Renewable Energy. Statute.
- Proposition 11 -- Redistricting. Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
- Proposition 12 -- Veterans Bond Act of 2008.
- The official and nonpartisan California General Election Voter Guide, from the office of the Secretary of State
- The Easy Voter Guide, published by the League of Women Voters
- The Liberty Hill Foundation voter guide, nonpartisan and published in BOTH English and Spanish.
- Courage Campaign's Progressive Voter Guide, featuring endorsements from the California Democratic Party, the California Nurses Association, the California Labor Federation, SEIU California, League of Women Voters and others.
- LAist previously posted the Los Angeles Young Democrats endorsements
- The LA Times' brief roundup of each proposition.
- The Los Angeles Daily News endorsements of the propositions.
- The San Francisco Chronicle endorsements of the propositions.
- The Orange County Registrar's endorsements
And from the comments, here's a wonderful spreadsheet of endorsements by numerous California newspapers, parties and organizations. It's quite comprehensive. Thanks shermanway!
Feel free to add other voter guides or endorsements in the comments.
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