Questions about the 2018 California election? Our elections reporter fields them on Reddit

Do you have any lingering questions about the candidates and propositions on the November ballot in California? Or are you really just intrigued about the lifestyle of a sleep-deprived journalist covering campaigns?

Our elections reporter Ben Christopher is hosting a Reddit AMA on Tuesday at noon to answer your last-minute questions before Election Day next Tuesday. So, what do you want to know? Submit your questions on the /r/California_Politics subreddit below.

Hi, I’m Ben Christopher, an election reporter covering the California elections for CALmatters. AMA! from r/California_Politics

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