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Thanks for the comments on prop 32. What about Prop 31?
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Looking over several sources, it looks to be a NO for me...

Here's one...

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/315838/californias-awfu...
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That's very...descriptive...it comes off as totally hysterical and that raises flags for me. Also I can't trust any writer who basically starts off by saying that our socialist President hates everyone who doesn't live in a city. Do you have anything written by a calm and rational commentator?

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Well, no, really I haven't looked at hrdly any of the Props yet, my neighbors got me to looking at 32, local councils, but we've not recieved any official voter materials at all yet, so that last post on 31 was a quick check of several articles on Google, likely part of what I'll look into down the line, as well as my other contacts...

I think as an Absentee Ballot voter, they sent a note saying all the materials will arrive in a single mailing, so I'm awaiting... Watching... Patiently..
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Moving this off topic a bit...I just moved last week..will I be able to vote without getting a new driver's license??

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Into the State or within? If within, I think one year we just went back to the old neighborhood, but re-registering should be pretty simple, once you've applied for a new CDL, likely use the old plus local bill or some such... I've not moved in nearly 40 years, so, probably the wrong guy to ask! Call your local Registrar's office, or Google!
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Into the State or within?

Within the city..same district but I assume new polling place? Ok I shall (gasp) do some research :)

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