By Pennell Paugh
October 7, 2020 (San Diego) – California voters will have 11 statewide ballot measures on their ballots for the Nov. 3 election. They span a range of issues including medical research support, school funding, restoring affirmative action, voting rights for parolees, voting age, property taxes, criminal justice reforms, rent control, employment status of rideshare drivers, kidney dialysis, consumer privacy, and bail reforms. Below are detailed descriptions on all of the state ballot propositions, along with arguments for and against.
All registered voters should receive ballots in the mail this week, which can be mailed in of dropped off at these drop-off locations. You can also vote in person Oct. 31 through Nov.3 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., though there are fewer locations than in the past. Find your polling place here. Not yet registered? You can register through Oct. 30 at https://www.SDVOTE.com.