The group claims interest in financially-literate voters. Based on their boilerplate, their dream voter is a charter-school supporting, public-pension hating, anti-union type who also would approve the occasional tax increase providing it was regressive.
Needless to say, I think this is pretty limited financial literacy, especially given that charter schools are very expensive, public pensions have suffered under high-stakes corporate management and thanks to the financial crisis created by titans like the organization's founders, and that Proposition 13 is increasingly unpopular for all that we ignore it.
So I wrote them a
Anyway, since I am a well-informed voter I will be one of the minority of registered Californians to make a trip to the polls tomorrow. I am already not looking forward to November's election, because forests died so that Phillip Morris could flood my mailbox over Proposition 29 already. Heaven forfend what a general election will bring.