California voters will decide the fate of 11 ballot measures this year, including such heavyweight issues as Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed tax increase and the latest version of a years-long fight over union political power.
That means that the state's newspapers have many opportunities to recommend yes or no votes on the measures to their readers.
Scott Lay, a veteran Capitol political operative and blogger, has assembled a chart showing which side major newspapers are taking. It's in his "The Nooner" blog.