If you don't live in California, you won't care about this at all. Even if you do live here, you still may not :-)
I'm way, way late for this election cycle, but have finally finished my customary analysis of the ballot measures in the upcoming California general election. I have been writing about these for years, posting them to the web since 2000, and normally I have them done far in advance.
But a crushing workload (I have no life) has kept me from spending the many hours required to complete this until today. Four days before the election is not really very helpful, but it's better late than never.
My analysis is nonpartisan, and mainly viewed from a libertarian perspective. I try to find what the measure is really about, and this cycle was surprised to find that most of the measures didn't have many hidden agendas (even if the titles were a little misleading).
This was very slow slogging, but I really do read nearly everything I can find on the measures. I save every political mailer I receive, and it's taken weeks of off-and-on work to finish this.
But it's done, and I believe it offers a fair view of the issues. Mainly I care that you make an educated vote: if my commentary gets you to vote the other way for reasons that matter to you, my job is done.