Voter Bob Pullen said he didn’t know there were two plastic bag-related propositions on the ballot.
Pullen said he plans to do some homework before voting on both.
Their titles may be deceiving.
Prop 65, known as the Environmental Fee protection Act, is backed by out-of-state plastic bag manufacturers.
Supporters want fees charged for recycled paper bags to go to an environmental fund.
Proposition 67, known as the Plastic Ban Veto Referendum, could reject a statewide ban approved by legislators two years ago.
Both proposition could pass, but prop 65 would not be necessary if prop 67 fails.