The June 3 ballot, left and right
Propositions 98 and 99 both claim to be about eminent-domain restrictions, so which is better (or worse) for Californians? What about the race to succeed retiring L.A. County Supervisor Yvonne Burke? And what should voters expect in November? All week, California Republican Assembly President Mike Spence and Eric Bauman, chairman of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, analyze the fine print of the June 3 ballot and the decisions facing local voters.
May 30, 2008
Today's question: Look toward November. What local and state ballot initiatives should we expect to see? How should L.A. voters go in the general election? How do you expect the vote will actually go? Click here to read previous installments from this week's Dust-Up.
May 29, 2008
Today's question: Sixteen judgeships and the county district attorney are on the ballot: Make some sense out of these races for ordinary voters. Click here to read previous installment's from this week's Dust-Up.
May 28, 2008
Today's question: Two Democrats with key differences -- Bernard C. Parks and Mark Ridley-Thomas -- are vying to succeed Yvonne B. Burke on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Who's the better choice for L.A.? Click here to read Monday's installment from this week's Dust-Up.
May 27, 2008
Today's question: Propositions 98 and 99 both claim to offer protection from eminent domain. Which one (if either) would be better for Californians? All week, California Republican Assembly President Mike Spence and Los Angeles County Democratic Party Chairman Eric Bauman debate the issues on the June 3 ballot.
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