AirTalk’s Ballot Cram Session LIVE - A Voter Game Plan Event
Election day is just around the corner, with vote-by-mail ballots on the way to homes soon. On the ballot this year are seven measures for Californians to yay or nay. Online and in-person gambling, abortion rights protections, arts education funding, a ban on flavored tobacco, requirements for dialysis clinics, and high-income taxation are on the line this November.
We know it’s not always easy to navigate these propositions on your own. The good news is there’s still time to study up. Get your notepads and pencils ready—it’s time for a one-hour cram session.
Larry Mantle (he/him) and a panel of expert guests walk you through the basics of the props: what they are, the pros and cons and what’s at stake.
All of that cramming will most certainly work up an appetite, so you’re invited to stick around after the show for a casual reception with Larry Mantle and guests. We’ll have coffee from Jones Coffee Roasters and Larry Mantle sandwiches* from our friends at Wax Paper.
*A vegetarian option will be available as well!
- R. Michael Alvarez, Professor of Political and Computational Social Science, CalTech
- Sara D. Sadhwani, Assistant Professor of Politics, Pomona College
- Zachary Courser, Ph.D. - Visiting Assistant Professor of Government, Claremont McKenna College
Voter Game Plan: Everything you need as you prep for the November 8 General Election — study our interactive voter guides, ask questions, print your sample ballot and more.
This coverage was made possible with support from the Committee for Greater LA in partnership with the Weingart Foundation and The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation.
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