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Voters in November will decide whether to send more money to education through an income tax on the state’s highest earners. 

The claims against — and in support of — Proposition 208, the Invest in Education Act, are stacking up as Election Day nears. The proposed 3.5% income tax surcharge would apply to individuals making $250,000 or more or married couples making $500,000 or more.

Both committees are spending millions of dollars on advertisements and marketing to appeal to voters. The advertisements make big claims about whether the money from the