The non-partisan, easy-to-use guide is an invaluable resource to help Californians make informed decisions on November 6.
|As part of its educational mission as a public media organization, KQED is committed to providing all Californians with the resources they need to make informed decisions on November 6. Californian voters are facing big issues on the ballot this year, ranging from the death penalty to taxes to food labeling and political ads and partisan bickering have made it difficult for the average voter to make an educated decision. KQED’s California Proposition Guide, which has been viewed more than 210,000 times to date, cuts through the rhetoric to give voters the information they need to make these important decisions about California’s future. The non-partisan and unbiased guide is easy-to-use, printable and mobile-friendly, and is available for other outlets to embed and share at kqed.org/propguide. The KQED’s California Proposition Guide is also available in Spanish at kqed.org/propuestas.”KQED’s California Proposition Guide has already been a huge success and we’re thrilled to be able to share this invaluable resource with other media outlets around the Golden State,” said Raul Ramirez, executive director of news and public affairs at KQED. “Our mission as a public media organization is to provide our communities with resources that help them make well-informed decisions. At no time is this mission more important than as citizens prepare to head to the ballot box.”Turn off the Noise. Turn on the Facts
Through November 6 and beyond, KQEDnews.org continues to be the destination for unbiased, nonpartisan election news. And don’t forget to follow KQED News on Facebook and Twitter for in-depth and up-to-the-minute coverage of races in California and beyond. On election day and night, KQED will provide unprecedented coverage on television, radio and online featuring unbiased analysis and accurate results. Viewers will get the trusted PBS and NPR coverage of national races starting at 5pm and in-depth local content provided by KQED News throughout the night.