We are fortunate to have an intelligent and involved community. The full text of PP and QQ is in the sample ballot to help you decide where you stand. I found it much easier reading than I expected, and easier than dealing with all the "spin" being created. Personally, I am concerned about PP because of the exemption for 10 or fewer units and the wording on definition of a housing unit. I also had concerns about how QQ came to be on the ballot, and applaud that Matt Sullivan has the integrity to acknowledge citizen's wishes (he has my vote). When initiatives are this close I tend to vote no on both. However, what swayed my decision pro-QQ is that PP's key promoters, Kay Ayala and Steve Brozosky, moved and voted for the huge water park in 2004, against citizen's wishes, and thus were voted off the City Council.
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