Guides to voting on our dozens of ballot measures

Today is the last day Californians can register to vote, so if you’ve been putting it off until the last minute let it be known that the last minute is swiftly ticking by.

If you are unsure as to whom and what to vote for in the upcoming election, the Chron and the Guardian both have issued their recommendations. I’d recommend looking into your propositions and ballot measures early, as there are a hefty amount of them this year. Also, print out your voting guides a few days ahead of time in case someone knocks the Guardian offline with a denial of service attack again and you are unable to see what they endorse.

2 Comments so far

  1. ed (unregistered) on October 23rd, 2006 @ 11:36 pm

    Absentee ballot for the win! I find it odd that everyone doesn’t vote this way.


  2. Poormojo (unregistered) on October 24th, 2006 @ 8:12 am

    I quite honestly don’t trust absentee ballots. In most states they aren’t even counted unless the race gets close enough where they are presumed to possibly have an effect, and they also tend to disappear or appear in large suspicious clumps.

    Plus, I love the “I Voted!” stickers.



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