Every proposition on Californians’ Nov. 3 ballot, explained

Oct. 31, 2020 / By

Still doing research on the statewide propositions? We’ve got you covered!

To help you make a more informed decision, we’ve explained each of the props here, with information about what each result would do and who is funding and opposing each measure. Each prop is broken down in their own slideshow so that you can easily find information on whichever you want to know more about.

Vote centers are currently open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and will be open Nov. 3 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Voters registered in Los Angeles County can vote at any center in the county. For a list of vote centers in Long Beach, click here.

 

Prop 14

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Prop 15

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Prop 16

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Prop 17

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Prop 18

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Prop 19

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Prop 20

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Prop 21

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Prop 22

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Prop 23

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Prop 24

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Carlos Omar

Carlos Omar

Carlos is a longtime resident of North Long Beach who graduated from CSULB's journalism program in 2019. While there, he held multiple editorial positions at the Daily 49er and served as managing editor for the inaugural edition of DIG en Español. His passion for social change was sparked by growing up in an underinvested portion of the city, and continues to be fueled by the desire to see a day when all people live in healthy communities.