What? You also like aesthetically pleasing websites that hand you information about the names on that ballot?
If you answered yes to one or both of the above questions, you will appreciate Project Vote Smart's VoteEasy. It lists issues from abortion to taxes, asks you questions, and tells you which candidates' platforms are closest to your own. Simple. Brainless. Helpful.
If you are one of the 85% of poli-sci majors who went to law school, then you will probably actually look at this information re: ballot initiatives. The rest of us will read the paragraph description listed on the actual ballot and make an educated guess when we vote tomorrow, based on the lessons we learned from "The Walking Dead's" pilot episode.