- Proposition 1A
State Budget. Changes California Budget Process. Limits State Spending. Increases "Rainy Day" Budget Stabilization Fund
34.6% Yes votes ......
65.4% No votes
Changes the budget process. Could limit future deficits and spending by increasing the size of the state "rainy day" fund and requiring above-average revenues to be deposited into it, for use during economic downturns and other purposes.
- Proposition 1B
Education Funding. Payment Plan
38.1% Yes votes ......
61.9% No votes
Requires supplemental payments to local school districts and community colleges to address recent budget cuts.
- Proposition 1C
Lottery Modernization Act
35.7% Yes votes ......
64.3% No votes
Allows the state lottery to be modernized to improve its performance
with increased payouts, improved marketing, and effective
management. Requires the state to maintain ownership of the lottery
and authorizes additional accountability measures. Protects funding
levels for schools currently provided by lottery revenues. Increased
lottery revenues will be used to address current budget deficit and
reduce the need for additional tax increases and cuts to state programs.
- Proposition 1D
Protects Children's Services Funding. Helps Balance State Budget
34.1% Yes votes ......
65.9% No votes
Temporarily provides greater flexibility in funding to preserve health
and human services for young children while helping balance the
state budget in a difficult economy.
- Proposition 1E
Mental Health Services Funding. Temporary Reallocation. Helps Balance State Budget
33.5% Yes votes ......
66.5% No votes
Helps balance state budget by amending the Mental Health Services
Act (Proposition 63 of 2004) to transfer funds, for two years, to pay
for mental health services provided through the Early and Periodic
Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment Program for children and
young adults. Fiscal Impact: State General Fund savings of about
$230 million annually for two years (2009+10 and 2010+11).
Corresponding reduction in funding available for Mental Health
Services Act programs.
- Proposition 1F
Elected Officials' Salaries. Prevents Pay Increases During Budget Deficit Years
74.2% Yes votes ......
25.8% No votes
Encourages balanced state budgets by preventing elected Members
of the Legislature and statewide constitutional officers, including the
Governor, from receiving pay raises in years when the state is running
a deficit. Directs the Director of Finance to determine whether a given
year is a deficit year. Prevents the Citizens Compensation Commission
from increasing elected officials' salaries in years when the state Special
Fund for Economic Uncertainties is in the negative by an amount
equal to or greater than one percent of the General Fund. Fiscal
Impact: Minor state savings related to elected state officials' salaries in
some cases when the state is expected to end the year with a budget