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San Diego County, CA June 5, 2012 Election
Directory of San Diego County, CA Propositions
County Results as of Jul 3 10:00am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (1643/1643)
37.4% Countywide Voter Turnout (548,462/1,465,269)

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Proposition A. Prohibits the City from Requiring Project Labor Agreements on City Construction Projects -- City of San Diego (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 134,724 / 58.1% Yes votes ...... 97,209 / 41.9% No votes
Should the City of San Diego be prohibited from requiring contractors to use Project Labor Agreements for City construction projects, except where required by law, and should the Mayor be required to post online all construction contracts over $25,000?

Proposition B. Amends City Charter Regarding Retirements Benefits -- City of San Diego (Charter Amendment - Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 154,216 / 65.8% Yes votes ...... 80,126 / 34.2% No votes
Should the Charter be amended to: direct City negotiators to seek limits on a City employee's compensation used to calculate pension benefits; eliminate defined benefit pensions for all new City Officials and employees, except police officers, substituting a defined contribution 401 (k)-type plan; require substantially equal pension contributions from the City and employees; and eliminate, if permissible, a vote of employees or retirees to change their benefits?

Proposition C. City Council and Attorney Charter Amendment -- City of Chula Vista (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 14,856 / 53.4% Yes votes ...... 12,941 / 46.6% No votes
Shall the Charter of the City of Chula Vista be amended to limit the authority and compensation of the elected City Attorney, to establish term limits for the City attorney, and to authorize the City Council to establish the office of Legislative Counsel to advise the City Council on its legislative duties and on conflict of interest issues?

Proposition D. Change to Charter City -- City of El Cajon (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 6,818 / 58.2% Yes votes ...... 4,898 / 41.8% No votes
Shall the City of El Cajon be changed from a general law city to a charter city through the adoption of the charter proposed by Resolution No. 22-12 of the El Cajon City Council?

Proposition E. Proposed Ordinance Amendment -- City of Oceanside (Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 10,495 / 35.2% Yes votes ...... 19,337 / 64.8% No votes
Shall Ordinance No. 11-OR0427-1, adding Section 16B16(e) to the Oceanside City Code for the purpose of implementing vacancy decontrol allowing space rents to increase following the sale or conveyance of a manufactured home, be adopted?

Proposition F. City Elections -- City of Oceanside (Charter Amendment - Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 12,546 / 43.0% Yes votes ...... 16,600 / 57.0% No votes
Shall the proposed amendment to the Charter of the City of Oceanside, to establish numbered, elected at-large seats; establish a June first-round election, and a November runoff election for any June election where no candidate receives over 50% for all elected offices, effective for the June 2014 election; establish a first-round election and runoff election if no candidate receives over 50% for any special election to fill a vacancy or recall election, effective upon passage, be adopted?

Proposition G. Bonds -- Mountain Empire Unified School District (55% Approval Required)
Fail: 1,352 / 54.3% Yes votes ...... 1,137 / 45.7% No votes
To protect academic instruction and retain qualified teachers at Mountain Empire High School, Campo, Clover Flat, Descanso, Jacumba, Pine Valley and Potrero schools with funding Sacramento cannot take away, shall Mountain Empire Unified School District upgrade/construct classrooms/science labs/facilities; make schools accessible for students with disabilities; improve student safety; and update computers/technology, by issuing $30.8 million in bonds, at legal rates, with independent oversight and no money for administrators?

Proposition H. Bonds -- Alpine Union School District (55% Approval Required)
Fail: 1,933 / 42.7% Yes votes ...... 2,592 / 57.3% No votes
To protect student safety and quality education with funding that cannot be taken by the State, shall the Alpine Union Elementary School District upgrade, construct, equip, acquire classrooms, sites, school facilities to meet current earthquake and safety codes, update instructional technology, support core academic programs/teachers by eliminating debt, make classrooms accessible for students with disabilities by issuing $11,995,000 in bonds at legal rates, with independent oversight, no money for administrators, and all funds spent on Alpine area schools?

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