Archive for May, 2009




Resources for the Statewide Special Election May 19, 2009

I. Videos on the Ballot Propositions in English
II. Videos on the Ballot Propositions in Spanish
III. Order more Easy Voter Guides
IV. Voter Information
V. Reprint the Easy Voter Guide in Your Newspaper or Newsletter
VI. Questions?
VII. Support the Easy Voter Guide Project with Donations

I. NEW! Videos on the Ballot Propositions

The Easy Voter Guide Project has partnered with the Center for Governmental Studies to produce Video Voter Minutes on each of the May 19 Statewide Special Election Ballot Propositions.

Proposition 1A – State Budget
Proposition 1B – Public Education Spending
Proposition 1C – California State Lottery
Proposition 1D – Transfer of Child Development Funds
Proposition 1E – Transfer of Mental Health Funds
Proposition 1F – Pay Raises for State Officials

All of these videos are posted to our LWVC Education Fund YouTube channel

II. The Video Voter Minutes are also available in Spanish
thanks to support from KDTV Univision 14 and KFSF Telefutura 66 in san Francisco, which will be featuring the :60 videos on air in the coming weeks and on Univision.com.

Proposicion 1A – Presupuesto Estatal
Proposicion 1B – Financiamiento de la Educación Pública
Proposicion 1C – Lotería del Estado de California
Proposicion 1D – Transferencia de Fondos para Desarrollo Infantil
Proposicion 1E – Transferencia de Fondos para Salud Mental
Proposicion 1F – Aumentos de Salario de Funcionarios del Estado

You can also read about the propositions online.

View and print the Easy Voter Guide.

Visit our website – http://www.easyvoter.org/ for more information.

Link to these resources and promote them in your community.

III.  Order More Easy Voter Guides now!

We still have Easy Voter Guides in stock. Order more now online.

You will receive a confirmation email for your order shortly. 

Questions about your order? easyvoter@lwvc.org.


IV.  Voter Info – Register by May 4 to Vote on May 19, 2009

Find info on registration and voter outreach. Read our Frequently Asked Questions

Need local election info? Visit www.smartvoter.org.

V.  Reprint the Easy Voter Guide in your Newspaper or Newsletter

We offer reprint permissions for the Easy Voter Guide. Reprint from the actual In Design files from our handy FTP site. Read more online or contact Elizabeth Leslie for details.


VI.  Questions?

Contact us at easyvoter@lwvc.org today.

VII. Please Support the Easy Voter Guide Project

We rely on donations to conduct our programs. Donate online today.

Visit our website for information on the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund.



The Easy Voter Guide Project is a collaboration of the California State Library, the California Secretary of State’s Office and the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund and is supported by a grant from The James Irvine Foundation. 


The League of Women Voters of California (LWVC), a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues through education.


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