Panel Three: The Ballot Props #Election2020 Post-Mortem

Panel Three: The Ballot Props #Election2020 Post-Mortem

Capitol Weekly and the McGeorge Capital Center for Law & Policy present: A Post-Mortem of the 2020 Election, Thursday, November 5, 2020.

Featuring: Brandon Castillo, Bicker Castillo & Fairbanks; Jim DeBoo, DeBoo Communications; Mary-Beth Moylan, McGeorge School of Law; Robin Swanson, Swanson Communications

Moderated by Nicole Nixon, Capital Public Radio

Our third panel of the day examines the high profile, high-dollar battles over Prop 22 (App-based contractors initiative), Prop 25 (Bail Reform) and Prop 15 (Split Roll) as well as the lesser-followed but important initiatives decided by voters on November 3.

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