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California Proposition Guide

Confused about what Prop. 23 means for AB32? And what's the difference between a tax and a fee? Don't panic.

Online Voter Resources

  • California Voter Guide

    See what's on the state ballot, learn about the propositions, legislative and congressional races and find out how to cast your vote.

  • SmartVoter.org

    Learn about your local ballot measures, and find your polling place.

  • Project Vote Smart

    Database of the voting records, campaign contributions, public statements and interest group ratings for state and national officials.

  • MapLight.org

    Database connecting campaign contributions, voting records of every legislator on every bill, and which interest groups support and oppose various bills.

  • TheHill.com: Endorsements

    See who and where campaign contributions are coming from.

  • PollingReport.com

    Tracks public opinion polls from various major media outlets and polling organizations.

  • Register to Vote

    Download voter registration forms.

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