Vote Early: The Streetsblog Election of 2010

Here’s your chance to vote early on the issues facing California voters next Tuesday.  If you need help, check out the Streetsblog Voter Guide first.

Governor's Race: Jerry Brown v Meg Whitman

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Senate Race: Barbara Boxer v Carly Fiorina

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Proposition 19: Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010

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Proposition 22: The Local Taxpayer, Public Safety and Transportation Protection Act

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Proposition 23: The California Jobs Initiative

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  • That’s funny, on my ballot I saw six people running for Senator and six people running for Governor . . .

  • Darrell

    “California Jobs Initiative”??

    The Secretary of State’s title is, “Suspends Implementation of Air Pollution Control Law (AB 32) Requiring Major Sources of Emissions to Report and Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions That Cause Global Warming, Until Unemployment Drops to 5.5 Percent or Less for Full Year. Initiative Statute.”

    My description is, “Texas oil companies vs. California’s clean energy, green jobs economic future.”

  • For all the ballot props, I used the name that was submitted by the groups sponsoring the proposition.

    The Sec. of State name is awfully long, and there have been lawsuits about the wording.

  • @Chewie

    when is the last time a third party candidate has won in California. (no tea party is not a third party is is the extreem right wing of the right wing)

    The fact is politics is about dumb and dumber and no room for some one that might be a little level headed.

  • Spokker

    Haha are you kidding me? Do we really need a poll to understand how Streetsblog readers are going to vote?

    I think I’m an outlier in that I’m voting for two republicans this time around!

  • Spokker

    Granted, one of those votes is for a useless, do-nothing position in state government, but hey, I gotta be fair!

  • @ Spokker: If it’s that obvious, why are 17 people voting against Prop. 22 and 8 people voting for Whitman? (as of 9:12 p.m. Friday)

  • No on Prop. 22

    While some supporters of transit have a justified level of desperation to support Prop. 22, the locking up of much larger redevelopment funds, which often become political slush funds in smaller cities like Bell, is undesirable from a big-picture perspective. Instead of Prop. 22, we need to have a dedicated increase in the gas tax that would go to transit operations as a part of “congestion relief.”

  • Wait I don’t get it, I already mailed in my ballot – now I have to vote on Streetsblog too?!

    The future is an interesting place.

    I voted Republican Cyborg Polluter Prison Guard Union for the whole ticket.

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