California Bill to Make it More Difficult for Constitutional Amendment Initiatives to Qualify for Ballot

On June 19, the California Assembly Elections Committee will hear ACA 10, by Assemblymember Mike Gatto (D-Los Angeles). Currently, an initiative to change the California Constitution needs a petition signed by 8% of the last gubernatorial vote. The proposal would provide that the initiative would also need the signatures of 8% of the last gubernatorial vote in each of at least 27 State Senate districts.

If the legislature passes this proposal, then it would be subject to a popular vote, because it amends the Constitution.


  1. Demo Rep · · Reply

    What percentage of New Age incumbent robot party hack gerrymander folks in the gerrymander Congress and State legislatures are NOT EVIL ANTI-Democracy control freaks – i.e. wannabee Stalins or Hitlers ???

    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V. – to END the EVIL rule of the EVIL monsters.

  2. The Green Tea & Green Tea-Rainbow Parties are being united in the USA Parliament elections of 2012.

  3. The Rosannearchist Party is expected to elect at least 125 members of parliament (MPs) in 2012!

  4. Nick Kruse · · Reply

    @2 and 3 – No one cares how many members of parliament there are because your group has no power or influence. Your group is just a web page.

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