California Voting Guides

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If you live in California, haven’t voted yet, and are still questioning those poorly-worded propositions, don’t fret: KQED has got your back.

Compiled by KQED News and The California Report, the NPR affiliate presents voters with an immensely easy-to-understand ballot measure guide. Nonpartisan in nature, the guide cuts through the mumbo-jumbo and complicated language, and maps out the facts regarding all 11 props.

For all our friends in San Francisco, there’s an equally-impressive guide produced by the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association. This one’s a tiny bit more slanted towards the city’s political trends (see also: liberal), but it also gives the lowdown on SF-specific ballot measures in clear and concise language.

Remember: there’s no shame in staying informed. Having a say in what happens locally is power. We hope you all vote today.


Rebecca Rubenstein is the interviews editor for The Rumpus and a contributing editor for STET, a writers' journal on culture and technology. When not reading books made of paper, she can be found thinking aloud on Twitter. She resides in San Francisco. More from this author →