For each election, the state of Oregon publishes a voters pamphlet outlining the candidates and ballot measures. For some nominal amount of money, anybody can contribute an argument in favor or against any ballot measure.
I busted my butt on the "No on 9" campaign, spending hours on the phone, sending out mailings, canvassing neighborhoods, etc. It's by far the most politically active that I've ever been... and this was before I came out, when I still thought I was straight.
I remember opening the voters' pamphlet and reading each and every one of the arguments on 9, both in favor and against. This one, an argument in favor, was the best of all.