Monday, October 10, 2005

California Voters Consider 8 Propositions in Special Election

On Tuesday, November 8, California voters will be asked to consider 8 propositions in the Special Election.

The California Catholic Conference has prepared a brief summary and report of the arguments for and against the propositions on the November ballot. They have also included quotations from relevant Catholic Social Teaching on each proposition. The report is downloadable from their website at The Human Concerns Commission of the Diocese of San Jose is in full support of this document.

In addition, several informative voter forums are being held in the community and in parishes:

Wednesday, October 26
7:00 - 9:15 pm
Santa Teresa Church, Avila Hall
794 Calero Ave., San Jose
Sponsored by Santa Teresa Social Justice Committee and the League of Women Voters

Thursday, October 27
7:00 pm/In Spanish and English
Holy Cross Church
580 E. Jackson St., San Jose
Sponsored by the Interfaith Council for Religion, Race, Economic and Social Justice

Thursday, October 27
6:15 - 7:45 pm/Spanish and English
Biblioteca Latino Americana
921 S. 1st St., San Jose
Sponsored by SIREN (Service, Immigrant Rights and Education Network)
For a Voter's Guide and Palm Cards in English, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Tagalog, or Vietnamese, see



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