Ballots need to be made available on-line so we can study and understand what we’re voting for before we actually vote.
Propositions, levies for or against are too complicated to study at the voting booth. Too many loopholes in the description, too many implications to consider after reading the actual proposal, too much left out.
They’re so confusing that most voters don’t know whether they want what they’re saying yes or no to, so they rely on television ads put out by those with agendas whose purpose is to confuse and mislead you with fear tactics.
‘Just do it, vote no or vote yes. You don’t have to understand it, we don’t want you to understand it, just trust us, we know best, we’re working for you, with your interests at the core of all we do.’
Yeah, good, then write up the proposition on the ballot so I can understand it before I sign on the dotted line or fill in the yes or no, for or against circle. And stop insulting me by telling me to trust you with your mumble jumble.
We all might as well be voting blind.