MPAC Releases Calif. Proposition Recommendations
June 7, 2010
The Muslim Public Affairs Council today released its analysis and recommendations on the five ballot initiatives which will be presented to voters during tomorrow's primary election in the state of California.
The California propositions are historically filled with highly politicized issues, which are often emotional and sometimes difficult to understand. MPAC provides voters with three types of information about each of the five propositions on the ballot:
- a summary of what the passage of the proposition will mean
- MPAC's analysis of the merits and implications of each proposition
- MPAC's recommended votes on each ballot measure
"We provide this analysis to help Muslim voters in California more clearly understand the issues," said Southern California Government Relations Director Aziza Hasan. "As always, we urge voters to familiarize themselves with the propositions and vote their conscience."
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