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LAist Guide to the Primary: Proposition 91

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While the presidential election is the sexy supermodel on the Feb. 5 California Primary ballot, there are three important propositions asking you to say Yes or No when you walk in to that polling place or mail in your vote.

Winston Churchill once said, "Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others." Therefore, in the spirit of voting, let us take some time to open your minds to the wonderful world of Proposition 91, known in some circles as Transportation Funds. Constitutional Amendment and Statute. Now if that don't sound like a soothing piece of jazz, then I don't want to know what does.

After the jump, learn what is says, what it will do, how it will change your life and why the people who wrote the law want you to not vote for it.