Monthly Archives: October 2010

Vote No on Proposition 27: Redistricting of State Districts

This is the last part of a series of posts giving recommendations on California’s propositions. This post recommends a “no” vote on Proposition 27, which switches the power of state-level redistricting from a citizen’s committee to the legislature. Gerrymandering at … Continue reading

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Vote No on Proposition 26: Supermajority to Pass Fees

This is the sixth part of a series of posts giving recommendations on California’s propositions. This post recommends a “no” vote on Proposition 26, which requires a two-thirds majority in the legislature to pass some fees. Proposition 27 will be … Continue reading

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Attending Obama’s USC Rally

On Friday October 22, President Barack Obama held a rally at the University of Southern California. This was one of the rare times that the president will campaign in heavily Democratic California; indeed, Mr. Obama may not hold such a … Continue reading

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Vote Yes on Proposition 25: Majority Vote to Pass a Budget

This is the fifth part of a series of posts giving recommendations on California’s propositions. This post recommends a “yes” vote on Proposition 25, which requires a majority vote in the legislature to pass a budget. Proposition 26 will be … Continue reading

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Vote No on Proposition 24: Repeal of Corporate Tax Breaks

This is the fourth part of a series of posts giving recommendations on California’s propositions. This post recommends a “no” vote on Proposition 24, which repeals three corporate tax breaks. Proposition 25 will be the subject of the next post … Continue reading

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