Just 20 minutes after the polls closed in California, the Associated Press has called the state for President Obama -- and CNN, NPR and others are already projecting the president will be re-elected. California voters are deciding some very big questions tonight, in addition to choosing a president. There are 11 ballot measures that will determine funding for public education, changes to the state's Three Strikes law, whether to eliminate the death penalty and much more.
Before turning to the state propositions, host Scott Shafer talks about the presidential election with Mark DiCamillo, director of the non-partisan Field Poll, and with Henry Brady, dean of the Goldman School for Public Policy at UC Berkeley.
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