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Sunday, October 31, 2010


Well Tuesday November 2, 2010 is Election Day, and in California it means it's also time for Prop-A-Palooza!

Isn't that everyone's favorite part of the election....or is that the piece which makes you want to run and hide? This time around there are 9 State Measure/Propositions on California's ballot.
California residents know now confusing and brain munching understanding these props can be.
Admit it, how many times have you voted "Yes," only to realize you mean to vote "No" or vice versa!?!?

Most of us just want to know what "YES" means and what a "NO" means, so we can make the best decision we feel comfortable with. Our voter Info packet makes me feel like Taxi's Jim Ignatowski before I barely begin to trudge through it. "What does a yellow light mean?"

In an effort to help readers learn about the propositions MAYOR SAM is rolling out a post per prop to support you in making your voter decisions. We're trying to be as fair as possible giving you the arguments supporting and opposing, and being clear what a YES or a NO really means.

This election is important. Make sure you get out and vote on Tuesday!



Anonymous Rumpole said:

Yes, 9 propositions all dressed up to look like they're something appealing. Come on, wouldn't we all vote for the "Warm and Fuzzy Cuddly Sweet Little Kitten Act" until we read the fine print?

If you're stuck on the Propositions, here's my handy dandy voter guide, and even if you don't agree with me on everything, at least please DO NOT VOTE for Tom Griego for judge - he totally misled voters about being a "criminal prosecutor," he isn't. It's one thing for politicians to mislead, but a judge?

October 31, 2010 11:49 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The ONLY judge I'm voting for is Tom Griego! I can't wait to go read your prop voter guide.

November 01, 2010 8:01 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I'm not surprised. Your R ballot says all I need to know. I just wish you would tell who you're voting for in every judicial race so I can do the opposite.

Men like you force men like me to vote party lines whether we want to or not. Straight D all the way.

November 01, 2010 8:07 PM  

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