Election 2018 is in full swing -- and now is the time to start figuring out how you're going to vote!
We're holding discussions with panelists who, whether they are "for, " against" or "neutral," will give us the straight talk on local/statewide propositions and races, and what it means if you vote yay or nay on each.
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Of the 11 propositions on the ballot this year, four of them are focused on housing. In this podcast, we take a look at:
* Proposition 1, about issuing $4 billion in general bonds for affordable-housing-related programs and housing loans for veterans.
* Proposition 2, about letting the state use revenue from the "millionaire's tax" on $2 billion in revenue bonds to house homeless people in need of mental health services.
PROPOSITION 1 PANELISTS
* Laine Himmelmann, director of development for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento
* Rob Wassmer, acting chair of Sacramento State's Department of Public Policy and Administration, and head of its Master's Program in Urban Land Development