For two weeks we've been publishing primers about the important items on the California ballot. Today we present the culmination of that effort.
For the past two weeks we've been publishing primers about the important items on the ballot in California. Today, we present the culmination of that effort, in the form of a PDF you can e-mail around to your friends or bring with you to the polls. In an effort to avoid wasting paper, we've included a "poll booth companion"; After you check out the guide, mark up this sheet so you’ll know how to vote. We’ve noted our recommendations for the props, but the final decision is yours.
<p> <em>Some disclaimers: This guide is a volunteer operation, not produced by GOOD. Due to research fatigue, lame candidate websites, and Murphy's Law, you may spot a mistake or two. Some candidates simply don’t provide a lot of info, and our researcher styles varied, so some profiles may differ or seem a bit incomplete.</em></p>
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