In California, three propositions await signature verification

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November 17, 2011


As of November 17, 2011, supporters of three potential 2012 propositions have submitted signatures to California election officials.

Each of the three propositions address particularly hot-button issues in the areas of labor, redistricting and car insurance rates.

The two most recent propositions to file signatures are a State Senate Redistricting Referendum and a Automobile "Persistency Discounts" measure that reprises a $20 million ballot battle from June 2010.

With respect to the State Senate Redistricting Referendum, state senator Mimi Walters said, "Hundreds of people worked tirelessly for almost three months to collect these signatures, overcoming great odds and many skeptics."[1]

Type Title Subject Description Result
CISS #11-0010/Paycheck Protection Labor Government no longer allowed to automatically deduct union dues from paychecks Pending
VR #11-0028 Redistricting Referendum on the State Senate Redistricting Plan Pending
CISS #11-0013 Insurance Car Insurance Prices Based on History of Insurance Coverage Pending