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San Diego County, CA June 3, 2014 Election
Directory of San Diego County, CA Propositions
County Results as of Jun 24 9:29am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (1616/1616)
27.2% Countywide Voter Turnout (420,700/1,544,841)

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Proposition A. Amends City Charter Related to Elections -- City of San Diego (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 120656 / 72.52% Yes votes ...... 45718 / 27.48% No votes
Shall the Charter be amended to: (1) set a later date for elected officials to be sworn into office; (2) extend the deadlines to call special elections to fill vacancies for Mayor and City Council; and (3) make non-substantive revisions, to provide additional time to comply with state and federal deadlines to certify election results, provide mail ballots to military and overseas voters, and translate ballot materials?

Proposition B. Referendum of Resolution Related to Barrio Logan Community Plan Update -- City of San Diego (Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 72637 / 42.28% Yes votes ...... 99161 / 57.72% No votes
Shall Resolution No. R-308445, which provides for a comprehensive update to the Barrio Logan Community Plan, be approved?

Proposition C. Referendum of Resolution Related to Barrio Logan Community Plan Update -- City of San Diego (Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 68677 / 40.15% Yes votes ...... 102385 / 59.85% No votes
Shall Ordinances 0-20312 and 0-20313, which amend the San Diego Municipal Code related to the Barrio Logan Community Plan Update, and affect the zoning of 999.61 acres located within the Barrio Logan Community Plan Area, be approved?

Proposition D. Elections by Division -- Coachella Valley County Water District (Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 0 / 0.00% Yes votes ...... 0 / 0.00% No votes
Shall the Board of Directors of the Coachella Valley Water District be elected by divisions? This means election of each director by voters of that director's division alone. If this measure is approved, a director will be elected only by the voters who reside within the division.

Proposition E. Protect Quality Education in Coronado Local Measure -- Coronado Unified School District (55% Approval Required)
Fail: 2275 / 42.01% Yes votes ...... 3141 / 57.99% No votes
To provide modern classroom technology and facilities students need for college/career success, continue advanced programs in math, science and the arts, acquire, construct and repair classrooms/facilities/sites/equipment, permit smaller classes, and protect Coronado's quality of education, shall Coronado Unified School District issue up to $29,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with maturities under 5 years, all bonds repaid by September 30, 2024, less than $13,200,000 outstanding at any time, independent citizen oversight, and all money staying local?

Proposition H. Grossmont Hospital Lease Continuation -- Grossmont Healthcare District (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 56559 / 86.68% Yes votes ...... 8694 / 13.32% No votes
In order to continue providing high quality, comprehensive medical and emergency healthcare services at Grossmont Hospital and to ensure that future hospital repairs and improvements are completed at no additional cost to taxpayers, shall the Grossmont Healthcare District enhance and extend the existing Lease Agreement with the nonprofit organization operated by Sharp HealthCare in accordance with Resolution No. 02-14 of the Grossmont Healthcare District Board of Directors adopted March 5, 2014?

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