Two proposed tax increases for education, repeal of the death penalty and the prospects for a veto-proof Democratic majority in Sacramento: those are just some of what's on the California ballot tomorrow. Voter registration has reached a record of 18 million -- including 300,000 who signed up on October 22 — the last possible day to qualify.
Will New Voters Change California Politics?
- Mark DiCamillo - Field Poll - @markdicamillo
- Allan Hoffenblum - (1940-2015) - @WeHoGOP
- Paul Mitchell - Vice President of Political Data Inc, a bipartisan voter data firm; former Democratic political consultant - @paulmitche11
- Jim Newton - author of “Man of Tomorrow: The Relentless Life of Jerry Brown” - @newton_jim