These are my links for November 7th from 07:54 to 07:54:
- 2012 Proposition voting will require a college degree; long ballot good for Republicans historically. – It will take a college degree to understand the Secretary of State’s voter information pamphlet for the November, 2012 election, given the partisan, pro-union move by the Legislature and the Governor to force measures off the ballot next June, and lump them all together in November. But history demonstrates the crowded ballot really helps Republicans, whom demographics demonstrate are better educated and more prepared to comprehend the information and actually vote than voters registered in other parties in California.
- Two efforts launched to repeal Calif. DREAM Act – Total Buzz : The Orange County Register – Two proposed ballot measures seeking to block the California DREAM Act, which would provide financial aid to qualifying illegal immigrants, took steps forward this week.
A petition for a proposed referendum by Assemblyman Tim Donnelly, R-Twin Peaks, was cleared for circulation Thursday by Attorney General Kamala Harris. Read the referendum and read the approved title and summary.
Another proposed measure would not only block the state DREAM Act but would require fingerprinting for Medi-Cal pregnancy services, with fingerprint reports relayed to the federal Department of Homeland Security. The proposed measure was submitted Monday to Harris for approval so that signatures can be gathered. It is proposed by former state GOP chairman Tirso Del Junco, San Diego Republican Ted Hilton and Concord Republican Bill Siler.