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BE AN INFORMED VOTER!Want to know more about the State Propositions? Here's an in-depth analysis of each one: 2014 Analysis of State Propositions
LUNCH & LEARNNovember's Lunch & Learn features Trudy Schafer,LWV California's Senior Program Director, talking with us about Campaign Finance Reform and related legislation.
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What will Measure T do, what the City settlement agreement includes and why is this on the ballot
The California Voting Rights Act, its purpose and the limitations on the type of districts allowed under the Act; case law regarding district representation; if other types of Council districts meet the requirements of the California Voting Rights Act
Research on the differences between at-large and district elections and the types of candidates who win; what research says about the policy making under the two systems; polarized voting as it may pertain to Merced.
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