The debate between Propositions 30 and 38 is intensifying for California residents. Unfortunately, neither proposition is perfect. Prop. 30, Gov. Jerry Brown’s measure, plans to increase taxes on the richest Californians to help close the budget gap, generating revenue for schools and local public safety programs. Prop. 38, lawyer Molly Munger’s proposal, would raise the […]
Original Date of Publication: Oct. 4, 1960 The eagerness with which political candidates gather youthful votes will reach nationwide status with the individual appearances of Richard M. Nixon and John F. Kennedy on the USC campus. This was the opinion voiced by Dr. Carl Q. Christol, political science department head, who noted that both presidential […]
The proposition would raise approximately $6 billion for public education if passed.
Mudslinging GOP candidates have eroded the integrity of the electoral process, leaving voters with a bad taste in their mouths.
Seventy percent of the California voters polled said they were unhappy with the state’s direction.
LAT/USC poll voters said they supported granting citizenship to some child immigrants.
Voting begins at 7 a.m. and goes until 8 p.m. at polling stations around campus.
Forty-nine percent of people polled said they would vote for Jerry Brown in November.
President is given too much credit for supposedly rallying activism in young voters.