The elections on June 8 will feature several ballot measures as well as the party primaries for U.S. Senate, the House of Representatives, and State constitutional and legislative offices. What follows is a rundown of the propositions.
Since 2000, over $1 billion has been raised by California politicians, buying special interests unprecedented access but shutting out the rest of us. Thatâ€™s why polls show nearly three out of four voters want to change the way elections in California are financed. â€œThe California Fair Elections Act will be a big win for Californiaâ€™s citizens,â€ said Irvine Mayor Pro Tem Larry Agran. â€œIn the seven states that have fair elections systems, legislators were able to pass good laws to benefit their constituents instead of spending half their time raising money for the next campaign. The California Fair Elections Act will put Sacramento back to work for California.â€