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Contra Costa County, CA November 5, 2013 Election
Directory of Contra Costa County, CA Measures
County Results as of Jan 15 5:14pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (65/65)

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Measure B. Parcel Tax -- Moraga School District (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 3969 / 68.36% Yes votes ...... 1837 / 31.64% No votes
To maintain the high quality of Moraga schools and continue funding for effective math, science, music and arts programs; maintain manageable class sizes; keep schools safe and well maintained; keep school libraries open; keep classroom technology up-to-date; and attract and retain the best qualified teachers; shall the Moraga School District levy a temporary six-year $192 parcel tax with an exemption for low-income seniors, independent audits, and with all funds staying local to benefit Moraga students?

Measure C. Restoring Antioch Services Sales Tax -- City of Antioch (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 7609 / 68.09% Yes votes ...... 3566 / 31.91% No votes
To fund all essential city services including increased police staffing to reduce crime and gang activities and improve 911 emergency response time; restored code enforcement to clean up blighted properties; and local economic development and job creation, shall the City of Antioch adopt a one-half cent transactions and use (sales) tax, expiring in seven years, with mandatory annual audits and independent citizens' oversight and for local Antioch use only?

Measure D. Change General Municipal Election to Even-numbered Years -- City of San Ramon (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 6737 / 83.09% Yes votes ...... 1371 / 16.91% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted by the people to amend the City Municipal Code to change the general municipal election date from November of odd-numbered years to November of even-numbered years and to extend the terms of the Mayor and all City Council members by one year to make that change? (Saves approximately $142,000 per election.)

Measure E. Change Mayoral Election to Even-numbered Years -- City of San Ramon (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 6578 / 81.35% Yes votes ...... 1508 / 18.65% No votes
Shall Article III of the City of San Ramon Charter be amended to: a) change the mayoral election date from odd-numbered years to the date of the statewide general election during even-numbered years; and b) extend by one year the term of the Mayor elected in 2013 to accommodate the election date change; and c) extend the cumulative total number of years the mayor elected in 2013 may serve from eight to nine years? (Saves approximately $142,000 per election.)

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