Potential ballot initiatives should now be submitted to the Secretary of State. Does anyone know which (if any) were submitted?
For fun, I'd also recommend that you look at "Taste For Taxes," which provides a primer for folks looking to raise your taxes. They noted that:
A political campaign ultimately is merely an exercise in marketing. The key to success is making sure your ballot issue – the product you’re marketing – responds to the public’s wants or needs.So do we have any "wants or needs" on the upcoming state ballot?