Today, voters in 24 states go to the polls. In California, voters will be asked to decide seven state propositions that cover issues ranging from a phone tax and term limits to tribal gaming. In this special second edition of To the Point, Warren Olney looks at the California ballot, examining both the candidates and the measures. (1-2pm)
FROM THIS EPISODE
John Myers, Los Angeles Times (@johnmyers)
Paul Drugan, Director of Media Relations, Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder
Rick Jacobs, Courage Campaign (@rickjacobs)
Mark DiCamillo, Field Poll (@markdicamillo)
Sujatha Jahagirdar, Program Director of the New Voter Project, California Student Public Interest Research Group
Barbara O'Connor, Cal State Sacramento's Institute for the Study of Politics and Media
Tony Quinn, Republican political consultant
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