Vote Yes on Prop 20, No on Prop 27

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    And now, an NBC Bay Area Editorial...

    Two years ago, Californians voted to take redistricting away from the legislature, and give this very special power to an independent citizen commission. Now, Prop 27 threatens to overturn the will of the people.

    Vote Yes on Prop 20, No on Prop 27

    [BAY] Vote Yes on Prop 20, No on Prop 27
    Suzanne Shaw, NBC Bay Area Editorial Director, argues why NBC Bay Area believes voters should support Prop 20 and shoot down Prop 27. (Published Thursday, Oct 21, 2010)

    I'm Suzanne Shaw, Editorial Director.

    NBC Bay Area urges you to vote "No" on Prop 27.

    Viewers Respond To Our Prop Editorials

    [BAY] Viewers Respond To Our Prop Editorials
    Viewers Respond To Our Prop Editorials (Published Wednesday, Nov 10, 2010)

    It's designed by politicians so they can draw their own districts to protect their jobs. The fact is, voters already decided this issue; let the citizen commission do its job!

    Another redistricting measure, Prop 20, would extend the power of citizens to draw not just our state district boundaries, but our congressional districts as well; again taking that unfair advantage away from incumbents, for the benefit of all.

    We support a "Yes" vote on 20.

    Click here to follow the campaign money.

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