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San Mateo County, CA November 6, 2012 Election
Measure J
Transaction and Use Tax
City of Half Moon Bay

Majority Approval Required

Pass: 2,794 / 54.7% Yes votes ...... 2,318 / 45.3% No votes

See Also: Index of all Measures

Results as of Dec 17 1:47pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (8/8)
79.8% Voter Turnout (288,592/361,486)
Information shown below: Yes/No Meaning | Impartial Analysis | Arguments | Full Text

To provide funding only for the City of Half Moon Bay that can be used to enhance our Library, increase street maintenance, improve senior services, invest in business development and tourism, improve Smith Field recreational facilities, help fund the new Main Street bridge, and improve other general city services, shall the City of Half Moon Bay pass a temporary half-cent general sales tax that will expire after 3 years, with citizens' oversight?

Meaning of Voting Yes/No
A YES vote on this measure means:
A "yes" vote is a vote to approve the enactment of the half-cent tax for 3 years with oversight by a committee of members of the Public.

A NO vote on this measure means:
A "no" voted is a vote against the tax.

Impartial Analysis from the City Attorney

  Partisan Information

Silicon Valley Taxpayers Assn. voter guide for San Mateo County, Nov. 2012
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