by Lisa Aliferis and Jon Brooks
It’s getting down to the wire — just seven days to make up your mind on a plethora of issues and races … and then ya gotta vote.
Lucky you: We’re here to help.
Our reports about Props. 30 and 38 (education and taxes); the nine-item Prop. 31 (governance) and Prop. 37 (labeling GMO foods) are attracting a lot of attention online. So either we’ve really figured out this SEO thing, or you’re genuinely interested in those initiatives in particular.
Thus, we’re compiling the best-of-the-best of our coverage on these props so that you don’t have to stand in the voting booth pondering whether numerological concerns aren’t going to be the one determining factor after all in how you vote on these things, complex as they are, yet sold, packaged and soundbited by opponents and proponents alike direct to your Id.
So read up!
- Explaining the Difference Between Props 30 and 38
- Gov’s Prop. 30 Tax Hike: More for Schools … or More Money Misspent?
- Video: This Week in Northern California recently devoted its full program to the dueling propositions
–Proposition 31 will do nine (yes, 9) different things, attempting to overhaul state governance. God knows California governance needs overhaul, but is Prop. 31 the right approach?
- Making Sense of the Very, Very Complicated Prop. 31
- Supporter and Opponent Explain Prop. 31’s ‘Community Strategic Action Plans’
–Proposition 37 requires the labeling of genetically modified ingredients in foods.
If you need information on still more props, here’s a bonus:
–Proposition 32 (campaign spending)