Ballot Measures

California Ballot Propositions

These guides provide you with concise descriptions of ballot measures including non-partisan analyses, official voter information, background materials, pro-and-con websites, newspaper articles and editorials, opinion polls, political endorsements, and financial-contribution records. See our Ballot Initiative Endorsements page for positions on the propositions by major organizations. The Official Voter Guide is available from the Secretary of State.

Final election results are included on the individual Proposition pages.

Temporary Taxes to Fund State Programs
State Budget
Political Contributions by Payroll Deduction
Auto Insurance Prices
Death Penalty
Human Trafficking Penalties
Revision of the Three Strikes Law
Labeling Genetically Engineered Foods
Tax to Fund Education and Early Childhood Programs
Tax Treatment for Multistate Businesses
California State Senate Redistricting
Share |

Sec. of State News Updates

SACRAMENTO - Updated voter registration numbers released by Secretary of State Debra Bowen today show 23.1 percent of California voters registered without a political party preference – an all-time high. A total of 17,634,876 Californians are registered to vote.
SACRAMENTO - As early as September 5, California county elections officials will start the process of mailing November ballots to California voters serving in the military or living abroad.
Secretary of State Debra Bowen is encouraging all businesses, nonprofit organizations, community groups and every other Californian to promote voter registration with their own creative outreach events during a specially designated week. California Voter Registration Week includes National Voter Registration Day, which is September 24.

The Ballot Measures resources are collected and edited by the staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies Library at UC Berkeley. An archive of information on propositions from past elections is also available.

LINK TO CA CHOICES

Add this button to your website.