Californians tweet their opinions during "Tweet a Prop"
Only an hour into the tweet-a-thon and already the debate is hot with commentary from both supporters and opponents of the five statewide measures. Most popular among tweeters has been Proposition 15. If enacted, the measure assess fees on registered lobbyists in California and use the additional revenue to provide some funding for political campaigns for those running for the Office of the California Secretary of State.
June 8 statewide propositions:
|Proposition 13||Taxes||Seismic retrofitting should not add to property's tax assessed value||
|Proposition 14||Elections||Top two primary vote getters move to general regardless of party affiliation||
|LRSS||Proposition 15||Elections||Public funding of politician's campaigns||
|Proposition 16||Elections||New two-thirds vote requirement for local public electricity providers||
|CISS||Proposition 17||Regulation||Discount for those who have had continuous auto insurance coverage||
|Propositions •||Recall||• Law|