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Six ballot measures ([[California Proposition 1A (May 2009)|1A]], [[California Proposition 1B (May 2009)|1B]], [[California Proposition 1C (May 2009)|1C]], [[California Proposition 1D (May 2009)|1D]], [[California Proposition 1E (2009)|1E]], [[California Proposition 1F (May 2009)|1F]]) will be decided during a special statewide election on [[BC2009#May|May 19, 2009]]. See Ballotpedia's extensive [[California 2009 ballot propositions|2009 California ballot coverage]] for details.
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Two groups have submitted signatures for California's 2010 ballot

California: Backers of two proposed California initiatives have submitted their signatures to election officials. The Right to Vote Act, sponsored by Pacific Gas & Electric, and the Benefits for Continuous Auto Insurance Act, sponsored by Mercury Insurance, are the first two ballot initiatives to turn in signatures for the 2010 ballot in the state. The state legislature has already voted four measures onto the ballot.

As well, backers of a third initiative, the California Marijuana Legalization Initiative (2010), say they will be turning in the close-to-700,000 signatures they have in early January 2010.[1]

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