Ath hosts free, open talk on state ballot measures
On Wednesday, September 28, Claremont McKenna College’s Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum speaker series continues with an evening dinner program discussing California’s 2022 ballot measures. The free 6:45 p.m. talk is open to the public and will be held at the Athenaeum, 385 E. Eighth St., Claremont.
The program, led by CMC professor of government and director of the Rose Institute, Ken Miller, and CMC 2006 alumnus and founder of Heidorn Consulting, Nicolas Heidorn, will provide insight on “consequential choices” posed to voters this November 8, the event’s description read.
“This fall Californians will vote on seven ballot measures covering a broad range of subjects including a measure to change the California Constitution to expressly include existing rights to reproductive freedom, two measures on sports betting, and a measure to increase the income tax on high earners,” read CMC’s description.
Rose Institute students will also present the “Video Voter,” a series of informational videos about the upcoming measures.
This Athenaeum event is co-sponsored by the Rose Institute of State and Local Government. For information, visit cmc.edu/athenaeum/californias-choices-2022-ballot-measures or call (909) 621-8244.
To learn more about the ballot measures citizens will vote on this November, visit sos.ca.gov/elections/ballot-measures/qualified-ballot-measures.