As per your comment in the thread below, I voted for 1B.  On the off chance that 1A passes, it will mitigate things a little bit for the schools, and maybe if it does better than the other props it’ll send a small message about voter priorities.  Mostly, I can’t think of any way it actually hurts to vote, except that a straight up “no” down the line would send a message to the legislature to do it’s job, stop wasting time and money with special elections, and show some leadership in addressing the structural problems which allow the minority party to hold the process hostage to their narrow agenda.

I’ll be out of town on the 19th, so I submitted my ballot about 20 minutes ago.  Too late to change my mind again.