Read “Mad Props” before casting your ballot this year

“It’s election season, which means the people of California once again have the chance to inflict grievous harm upon their beloved state via the initiative process.” That is how my close friend Matthew begins his blog post about upcoming ballot initiatives. I do not trust him blindly, as everyone should vote according to their own beliefs, but I do trust him a great deal. He is thorough in his research and his recommendations almost always mirror my own progressive inclinations.
Regardless of your political biases, I recommend everyone to *read the sample ballot mailed to you* by the state and do your own research **before you get to the polling station**. There is no excuse not to. But in the off chance you don’t have time, or need a more expedient way to make a decision, then please: read [Map Props](http://www.mahnamahna.net/blog/politics/madprops2.html). You will be glad you did.

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Read “Mad Props” before casting your ballot this year

“It’s election season, which means the people of California once again have the chance to inflict grievous harm upon their beloved state via the initiative process.” That is how my close friend Matthew begins his blog post about upcoming ballot initiatives. I do not trust him blindly, as everyone should vote according to their own beliefs, but I do trust him a great deal. He is thorough in his research and his recommendations almost always mirror my own progressive inclinations.
Regardless of your political biases, I recommend everyone to *read the sample ballot mailed to you* by the state and do your own research **before you get to the polling station**. There is no excuse not to. But in the off chance you don’t have time, or need a more expedient way to make a decision, then please: read [Map Props](http://www.mahnamahna.net/blog/politics/madprops2.html). You will be glad you did.



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