There is a lot on the November 8 ballot! Be prepared and do your homework.
Here are some helpful nonpartisan voting guides to help you to prepare for voting day.
Remember, you don't have to vote on every proposition or every ballot item if you don't want to. The items you choose to vote on will still count.
Learn more about what's on the ballot:
Easy Voter Guide – English and Spanish: Pros/Cons and the impact of propositions on the state budget.
"The aim of the Easy Voter Guide project is to make nonpartisan information about why we vote, how to vote and what’s on the ballot accessible to as many Californians as possible."
Ballot.fyi: This site is run by a nonpartisan group, Citizen and Citizens. It provides concise pro/con summaries, along with specific examples. You will also find "further reading" links to newspaper editorials and opinions about the propositions.
Voters Edge: Plug in your zip code to see a preview of your local ballot, along with nonpartisan, in-depth information.
KPBS Voter Guide: Here's another easy way to easily preview what will be on your local ballot, including nonpartisan summaries.
State of California Voter Information Guide: The state sends each registered voter household an official “Voter Information Guide” with detailed analyses and more information about supporters and opponents.
Have a question about your polling place? What ID do you need to bring? Find out the answers to those questions and more on the official California Where and How to Vote site.
Your voice counts.