REDDING, Calif. - The last day to register to vote is October 24, registering online takes less than 15 minutes.
The election is only 18 days away and many Californians have already received their ballots by mail and a long list of statewide propositions face voters.
Voters are facing 17 ballot propositions this year, but that isn't unusual in California. In the 2006 election, voters saw 13 propositions and in 2004 they saw 16. This year ballot measures range from asking voters to end the death penalty to requiring pornography actors to wear condoms.
Here is a full list of the propositions:
Prop 51 - Funding for K-12 School and Community College Facilities
Prop 52 - Federal Medi-Cal Matching Funds
Prop 53 - California Public Vote on Bonds Initiative
Prop 54 - Public Display of Legislative Bills Prior to Vote
Prop 55 - California Extension of the Proposition 30 Income Tax Increase Initiative
Prop 56 - Cigarette Tax to Fund Healthcare, Tobacco Use Prevention, Research, and Law Enforcement
Prop 57 - Parole, Early Release and Juvenile Trial Reform Initiative
Prop 58 - California Multilingual Education Act
Prop 59 - California Overturn of Citizens United Act Advisory Question
Prop 60 - Condoms in Pornographic Films Initiative
Prop 61 - Drug Price Standards Initiative
Prop 62 - Death Penalty Repeal
Prop 63 - Background Checks for Ammunition Purchases and Large-Capacity Ammunition Magazine Ban
Prop 64 - California Marijuana Legalization Initiative
Prop 65 - Environmental Fee Protection Initiative
Prop 66 - California Death Penalty Procedure Regulation Initiative
Prop 67 - California Plastic Bag Ban Referendum