- Ballot Measures
- June 3, 2014 Ballot Measures
- Ballot Endorsements for June 3, 2014 Measures
- November 6, 2012 Measures
- Ballot Endorsements for November 6, 2012 Measures
- June 5, 2012 Measures
- Ballot Endorsements for June 5, 2012 Measures
- November 2, 2010 Measures
- Ballot Endorsements for November 2, 2010 Measures
- June 2010 Measures
- Ballot Endorsements for June 2010 Measures
What's new in 2014?
A big change this past June was that California now used a "Top Two" system for primary elections, which means that voters could choose any candidate for each statewide office, regardless of the voter's party registration. In the November general election, voters will choose between the two candidates who received the most votes in the primary election.
California Choices, a collaborative effort by Next 10, IGS at UC Berkeley, the UC San Diego Political Science Department, the Bill Lane Center for the American West at Stanford, and the Center for CA Studies at Sac State, has been designed to equip Californians with a better understanding of why our state has deep problems and what options we have to make it work again for a better future.