California's November ballot includes seven statewide propositions. State ballot
measures are assigned numbers by the Secretary of State, and all require a simple
majority to pass.
Click on the links to the right for more specific information about each ballot measure,
including contact information, links to campaign Web sites and campaign finance reports,
and a list of who signed the ballot arguments.
Your ballot may also include local measures, which are assigned letters rather than
numbers. Voters across the state will decide the fate of 455 local measures; visit
our directory of local measures for additional information.
To learn more about the initiative process and efforts to qualify initiatives for
future ballots, visit the California Voter Foundation's Initiative
Watch project. We welcome your thoughts
and suggestions about this voter guide.