If you live in California, there's a number of statewide ballot propositions (and some areas such as Los Angeles have additional local propositions). If you're like me, you've been deluged by ads and mailers, some of them claiming X is lying while others claim Y is lying. If you're like me, you're also down to the wire for reading up on all of these. You may feel comfortable going to your polling place with one of those "here's how to vote" mailers from a group you trust. Otherwise, here's a few sites that might help.
The California Secretary of State website provides information on the propositions and voter guides for download, if you didn't get one in the mail or can't find yours.
The Los Angeles Times breaks down who's backing and who's opposing each ballot measure.
L.A.-based NPR show Which Way, L.A.? features discussions for and against various propositions over the past few weeks, if you scroll through the shows.
Progressive site Calitics features some posts on various propositions.
I hope that's of some help! Now I'm off to read...
(Cross-posted at The Blue Herald)