YES on Prop 15, the one reform that may make others possible. It takes out of the state constitution the prohibition against public financing that was put there by prop 173 back in '88. One office, the Secretary of State, is tested with public financing for a four year period. Costs for the program are through a higher fee for lobbyist registration ($350-- they can afford it) and a check-off contribution by taxpayers.
NO on all others.
There is an explanation of these on the pdla.org website under "endorsements."