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What you need to know about California's ballot measures




California Republic flag in front of the Union Station Rail Transit in the city of Los Angeles, California
California Republic flag in front of the Union Station Rail Transit in the city of Los Angeles, California
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Over the past few weeks, AirTalk has discussed each of the measures on this year’s state ballot. We’ve examined the pros and cons presented by both sides, looked into the money behind the measures, and delved into the gritty details of each proposition.  

As we enter the final countdown to the election, some voters still have questions -- we've got an election primer and a final discussion of what's on the California ballot to set things straight. 

RELATED: Customize your ballot with KPCC's voter guide

Are you informed enough to decipher between the competing tax measures for state education funding, Proposition 30 and Proposition 38? Do you know which propositions your party is officially supporting? What are your last-minute burning questions about state ballot measures?

Guest:

John Myers, Political Editor, Sacramento ABC affiliate KXTV-TV News 10