Every election cycle I do my due diligent s and actually go through and read all the propositions on the ballot. This year with the lock-downs I hope more Californians have the time to do the same.
My one little conservative vote doesn’t make much of a difference in this liberal state but I try and do my part, it makes me feel better and like I’m doing something, maybe if more did, we might have a chance of changing things here.
There’s 12 propositions on the ballot, just a couple I wanted to share with you. Please take the time, check them all out and vote.
For those of you who don’t live in this bastion of liberalism, let me share some of the insanity with you.
Prop-16 commercial make’s me sick every time I see it and made me want to write this post, take a look. Yes on Prop 16 – We Rise Together
Can there be anything more racist, divisive then this one? Of course the left plays on emotions because they have nothing to offer. While looking for this video I came across some encouraging video’s against it. Here’s just a couple. Mr. Ward Connerly on Tucker Carlson to Discuss Prop. 16 | No on Prop 16
Here’s another good one.
Justin Kotz Started off making a video about recent events and affirmative action news with Tucker Carlson and Dinesh D’Souza which kind of morphed into welfare state mini historical documentary with Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams and others.CA Prop 16 2020
This one speaks for it self, Prop-18: Voting at Age 17, yea right.
The Election Integrity Project California, a nonpartisan organization, argued against the amendment, saying that “17-year-olds are legal minors. Under that definition, they are still considered children. They are almost all still living at home and under the strong influence of their parents. This is not conducive to independent thought and voting without undue pressure from their immediate superiors… 17-year-olds will almost always still be in high school, and under the strong influence of their teachers. This again makes it less likely that they would be expressing their own, independently thought-out choices were they to be allowed to vote.”
A little sanity returning? Prop-20: Tougher Criminal Sentencing. Prop 20 Explained Vote Yes
Famous for high taxes blaming the rich for their problems and a lousy public school system like all the other times they raise taxes to help the failing public school system this one will do nothing to fix it except drive more business out of California.
Prop 15: Commercial Property Tax.
I never vote for funding this failed public school system. Nothing ever changes, they’r just indoctrination camps anymore and politicians just get more powerful. The teachers union has gone out of their way to prove their just a political organization this year. Look who’s funding it,
Proponents of the initiative named it the Schools and Local Communities Funding Act. Top contributors to the well-financed campaign included the California Teachers Association, the Service Employees International Union of California and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, run by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan. Joe Biden and many other prominent Democrats have endorsed Prop. 15.
So, what are all those propositions on your ballot? What do they actually mean? “Ballot Brief” brings you all the information you need to get through the 2020 election season. Here you’ll find explainers that break down what the propositions are and what they mean for voters. BALLOT BRIEF
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Every detail on thousands of politicians, all made simple to use and easy to understand VOTESMART
God bless you and America.