What To Vote For And Against In California

The Courage Campaign, a progressive organization in California has released a “Last Minute” voters’ guide for Californians. San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom sent an email to organization members this morning with suggestions on what to vote for and against in the state.

California’s future may be decided on Tuesday as voters are pinned to elect a new governor, plus decide the future of a key U.S. Senate seat. There are also a few controversial ballot measures, including Proposition 19, which would legalize cannabis and tax it.

Here is a quick summary from the Courage Campaign on how to vote on those California ballots:

YES on Proposition 19
NO on Proposition 20
YES on Proposition 21
NO on Proposition 22
HELL NO! on Proposition 23
YES on Proposition 24
YES on Proposition 25
NO on Proposition 26
No recommendation on Proposition 27

For the complete voter’s guide (PDF) click here.

Voters will also have to pick between the Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman for the governorship, plus decide if US Senator Barbara Boxer will continue to hold her post. The Republicans are cheering for Whitman and Carly Fiorina to win the governorship and senate seat respectably, but Democrats are hopeful that Brown and Boxer will prevail in one of the most heated races in California history.

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4 Responses to What To Vote For And Against In California

  1. +1 Vote -1 Vote +1Montana
    November 1, 2010 at 6:58 pm

    Nutmeg will realize tomorrow that you don’t know California and California doesn’t want you! I will love seeing you eat crow, So Long Nutmeg, see you in the funny papers.

    Nutmeg will lose as will Carly the tremendous failure of HP, don’t come crying to me if the GOP, keeps finding weak candidates, its like Mccain with the half-term Governor Palin all over again, what a joke that was, I mean comedian, talk show guest, commentator, now her new BS on the (of all places) The learning Channel, jack of all trades, master of none.

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  4. -1 Vote -1 Vote +1Chris
    November 10, 2010 at 10:55 am

    Just what i wanted. A progressive outfit telling me who to vote for. No thanks. I will stick to my non-partisan conservative traditions and common sense.

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