Ballot propositions

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Jul 8, 2015
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Public infrastructure – parks, libraries, roads, and sidewalks – surrounds us. But have you ever wondered how any of it actually came into being? A lot needs to happen to create a park – from coming up with the idea in the first place, to environmental reviews, construction, and of course, getting the money to pay for it. In San Francisco, funding for these projects needs to be approved by voters, as was the case with 2012’s Proposition B, which gave the city permission to borrow $195 million to renovate parks, including Golden Gate Park

What are you last minute election questions before Tuesday’s big vote? On the next Your Call we’ll be discussing state ballot propositions, diving into the fine print that could produce big changes in our state. What issues have you found confusing and what seems like a no-brainer? Have basic voting questions been addressed in your community? We’ll have Kim Alexander from the California Voter Foundation and Lianne Campodonico and Suzanne Barba from