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State of California November 4, 2014 Election
Directory of California Local Measures
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Alameda County

Measure D. Tax on Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Products -- City of Berkeley
Pass: 29540 / 76.17% Yes votes ...... 9243 / 23.83% No votes
Shall an ordinance imposing a 1 per ounce general tax on the distribution of sugar-sweetened beverages (e.g., sodas, energy drinks, presweetened teas) and sweeteners used to sweeten such drinks, but exempting: (1) sweeteners (e.g., sugar, honey, syrups) typically used by consumers and distributed to grocery stores; (2) drinks and sweeteners distributed to very small retailers; (3) diet drinks, milk products, 100% juice, baby formula, alcohol, or drinks taken for medical reasons, be adopted?

Measure F. Increasing the Parks, Trees, and Landscaping Maintenance Tax -- City of Berkeley
Pass: 27573 / 75.08% Yes votes ...... 9151 / 24.92% No votes
Shall the parks special tax be amended to sustain community parks like the Rose Garden, children's playgrounds, tennis, basketball courts, and ball fields, by increasing the per square foot tax rate from $0.1256 to $0.1466 and adding an inflation factor?

Financial Implications The annual cost increase in fiscal year 2016 would be $39.90, from $238.64 to $278.54, for a 1,900 square foot home and $210, from $1256.00 to $1466.00, for a 10,000 square foot building.

Measure I. Shall Alameda Local Schools be Improved? -- Alameda Unified School District
Pass: 13111 / 62.75% Yes votes ...... 7783 / 37.25% No votes
To improve schools to provide high quality education by renovating neighborhood schools, improving earthquake safety and student security, upgrading science and computer labs, improving heating, cooling, plumbing, and electrical systems, replacing leaky roofs, windows, and doors, installing solar systems, and renovating, constructing, and acquiring classrooms, sites, facilities, and equipment, shall Alameda Unified School District issue $179,500,000 in bonds at legal rates, with annual audits and citizen oversight, no funds for administrator salaries and all funds benefiting neighborhood schools?

Measure K. Student Achievement and Excellence in Teaching Renewal -- Emery Unified School District
Pass: 1952 / 85.65% Yes votes ...... 327 / 14.35% No votes
Without increasing taxes, to improve Emeryville schools/student achievement by continuing local funding for programs including: reading, writing, math, science; keeping classes small/school libraries open; recruiting/retaining qualified, experienced teachers/staff; maintaining classroom technology; providing counselors; shall Emery Unified School District renew its existing voter-approved parcel tax at the current rate of 15 cents per square foot of building area for 20 years with a senior exemption, Independent Citizens' Oversight and all funds staying local?

Measure L. School Safety and Construction Bond Measure -- Hayward Unified School District
Pass: 17976 / 77.35% Yes votes ...... 5263 / 22.65% No votes
To protect quality education and student safety at local schools, with funding that the State cannot take away, shall Hayward Unified School District: modernize, renovate, replace aging classrooms, bathrooms, leaking roofs; replace outdated electrical, plumbing, heating/ventilation systems; update classroom computer technology/science labs; improve access for disabled students; and install modern fire safety/emergency communication systems; by issuing $229 million in bonds at legal rates, with independent oversight, no money for administrators, and all funds staying local?

Measure M. NHUSD $125M Bond for school renovation and modernization projects -- New Haven Unified School District
Pass: 8962 / 68.71% Yes votes ...... 4082 / 31.29% No votes
To continue critical school renovation and modernization projects, replace old portables with permanent classrooms, update school safety and security, improve student access to computers and technology, upgrade athletic facilities, increase the energy efficiency of classrooms and buildings, replace, acquire, construct and renovate District facilities and provide District-wide technology improvements, shall the New Haven Unified School District issue $125 million in bonds at legal interest rates with an independent citizens' oversight committee?

Measure N. Fund College/Career Readiness -- Oakland Unified School District
Pass: 73905 / 76.57% Yes votes ...... 22620 / 23.43% No votes
To reduce the drop-out rate and provide Oakland high school students with real-world work and learning opportunities; prepare students for admission to the University of California and other four-year colleges; expand mentoring, tutoring, counseling, support services, and transition to job training programs; shall the Oakland Unified School District levy a $120 parcel tax for ten years, with low income and senior exemptions, no money for Sacramento, and all money benefitting Oakland students?

Measure O. Recall of Elective Officers -- City of Berkeley
Pass: 29741 / 90.57% Yes votes ...... 3098 / 9.43% No votes
Shall the Charter of the City of Berkeley be amended to conform the provisions for the recall of elective officers to recent judicial rulings and the state Elections Code with respect to counting of votes, signature threshold, petition circulators, and signature verification, and adjust the deadlines for calling recall elections to allow for consolidation with statewide elections?

Financial Implications
Potential cost savings from increased likelihood of election consolidation.

Measure P. Banning Corporate Personhood -- City of Berkeley
Pass: 30703 / 84.67% Yes votes ...... 5559 / 15.33% No votes
Should the United States Constitution be amended to abolish the legal concept that corporations are persons that are entitled to constitutional rights, and the doctrine that the expenditure of money may be treated as speech?

Measure Q. The Berkeley Flexible Work Time Initiative 2014 -- City of Berkeley
Pass: 27347 / 78.79% Yes votes ...... 7363 / 21.21% No votes
Shall the People of the City of Berkeley advise the City Council to adopt an ordinance based on proposed federal legislation and the San Francisco Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance giving employees in Berkeley the right to request to work part-time, and send letters to the state and federal elected officials, requesting the state and federal governments to give government employees the right to have shorter work hours, if doing so would not cause operational problems?

Measure R. Zoning Ordinance Amendment for Downtown Berkeley -- City of Berkeley
Fail: 9345 / 25.91% Yes votes ...... 26726 / 74.09% No votes
Shall an ordinance amending Zoning Ordinance provisions for downtown Berkeley be adopted to: establish new requirements for new buildings over 60 feet; eliminate current historic resource determination for Green Pathway projects; establish a Civic Center Historic District overlay; amend LEED requirements; change parking requirements; restrict some permitted uses; change prevailing-wage requirements for workers in specified categories; and reduce hours of operation for businesses selling or serving alcohol?

Measure S. Redistricting: City Council Proposal -- City of Berkeley
Pass: 21240 / 63.81% Yes votes ...... 12048 / 36.19% No votes
Shall Ordinance No. 7,320-N.S. authorizing the adjustment of Berkeley City Council district boundaries pursuant to Section 9, Article V of the Berkeley City Charter, to equalize population in the districts as a result of population changes reflected in the 2010 decennial federal census be adopted?

Measure T. Let Dublin Decide Initiative -- City of Dublin
Fail: 1642 / 16.20% Yes votes ...... 8494 / 83.80% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted that directs the City to pursue annexation of an area called Doolan Canyon, beyond the City's adopted urban limit line and immediately east of the current city limits and consisting of approximately 1,650 acres of primarily agricultural and open space lands; and would allow the City Council to approve future development in that area without further voter approval, but only after it approves a comprehensive plan incorporating specified development restrictions?

Measure U. Emeryville Charter Adoption -- City of Emeryville
Pass: 1314 / 57.61% Yes votes ...... 967 / 42.39% No votes
To enhance local control over funding essential city services, shall the City of Emeryville Charter be adopted to establish Emeryville as a charter city with the ability to adopt a local real property transfer tax, subject to voter approval? The City Council's powers otherwise remain unchanged and are limited by State general law, and any other powers as a charter city would have to be approved by the voters.

Measure V. Real Property Transfer Tax -- City of Emeryville
Pass: 1353 / 59.50% Yes votes ...... 921 / 40.50% No votes
To ensure funding to maintain essential city services such as: police, fire and emergency services protection; street, sewer and storm drain maintenance; park and open space development and maintenance; bike and pedestrian safety; child care and programs for youth and seniors, shall the City of Emeryville adopt a Real Property Transfer Tax paid only by buyers and sellers of property at the time of sale with all funds benefiting Emeryville?

Measure W. Limit Future Mayor/Council Salary Increases -- City of Livermore
Pass: 16848 / 80.06% Yes votes ...... 4195 / 19.94% No votes
Shall the ordinance restricting future increases in the monthly compensation for the mayor and council members to the lesser of either the change in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the San Francisco Bay Area from the prior election cycle or 5% of the then existing compensation be adopted?

Measure X. No Health/Welfare Benefits for Mayor/Council -- City of Livermore
Pass: 14914 / 71.16% Yes votes ...... 6043 / 28.84% No votes
Shall the ordinance that prohibits the City from paying for the mayor and council members to participate in the health benefits provided to City employees be adopted?

Measure Y. Utility tax extension -- City of Newark
Pass: 5655 / 74.99% Yes votes ...... 1886 / 25.01% No votes
"To maintain critical City services, including neighborhood patrols, crime prevention, anti-drug/ gang-prevention programs, 9-1-1 emergency response, fire protection services, City streets, repairing potholes, keeping the Senior Center open, maintaining school police officers, parks/ recreation programs, and other city services, shall the City of Newark extend the existing, voter-approved utility users tax for 5 years, reducing the rate from 3.5 to 3.25, exempting seniors and low- income residents, requiring independent audits, with no money for Sacramento?" YESINO?

Measure Z. Fund police, fire and violence prevention services -- City of Oakland
Pass: 75556 / 77.49% Yes votes ...... 21946 / 22.51% No votes
Without increasing current tax rates, to reduce gun violence, robberies, and homicides, improve 9-1-1 response times and support at-risk youth/young adults, shall the City provide improved police, fire and emergency response services and proven community programs, including dropout prevention, crisis intervention, and job training/placement, by continuing to collect a parking tax surcharge and a parcel tax for 10 years subject to annual performance and financial audits monitored by a citizens oversight committee?

Measure BB. Transportation Sales Tax Measure -- Alameda County
Pass: 240557 / 70.76% Yes votes ...... 99417 / 29.24% No votes
Shall voters authorize implementing the Alameda County 30 year Transportation Expenditure Plan to: Expand and modernize BART in Alameda County; Improve transit connections to jobs and schools; Fix roads, improve highways and increase bicycle and pedestrian safety; Reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality; and Keep senior, student, and disabled fares affordable?

Approval augments by cent and extends the existing County sales tax, with independent oversight and audits. All money will benefit local residents.

Measure CC. Increase the Public Ethics Commission's Independence, Enforcement Authority, and Responsibilities -- City of Oakland
Pass: 65738 / 73.92% Yes votes ...... 23190 / 26.08% No votes
Shall the Charter of the City of Oakland be amended to provide the Public Ethics Commission greater independence, broader enforcement authority, powers and responsibilities, and minimum budget for staff to enforce compliance with ethics-related laws and requirements?

Measure DD. Independent Redistricting Commission -- City of Oakland
Pass: 53493 / 61.45% Yes votes ...... 33561 / 38.55% No votes
Shall the Charter of the City of Oakland be amended to transfer to a 13-member independent redistricting commission the City Council's authority to redraw the district boundary lines for the City Council and Oakland Unified School District?

Measure EE. Oalkand Municipal Employees Retirement System -- City of Oakland
Pass: 62256 / 73.59% Yes votes ...... 22346 / 26.41% No votes
Shall the Charter of the City of Oakland be amended to authorize the City Council to adopt an ordinance by a 4/5 vote, that would eliminate the costs of administering the Oakland Municipal Employees' Retirement System ("OMERS") by purchasing annuities to pay all retirement benefits due to OMERS retirees and beneficiaries, provided the City holds all remaining OMERS assets in a trust for the benefit of retirees and beneficiaries until all benefits have been paid?

Measure FF. Minimum Wage -- City of Oakland
Pass: 77183 / 81.77% Yes votes ...... 17204 / 18.23% No votes
Shall Oakland's Municipal Code Be Amended To: (1) Establish A Citywide Minimum Hourly Wage Of $12.25, To Be Increased Annually To Address Inflation; (2) Require Employers To Provide Employees Paid Sick Leave; (3) Require That Hotel, Restaurant And Banquet Facility Operators And Employers Pay Service Charges They Collect To Employees Providing Those Services; And (4) Provide Employees The Right To Bring An Action Against Employers To Enforce And Seek Remedies For Violation Of This Ordinance?

Measure GG. Change Election Date from February to November -- City Of Piedmont
Pass: 4326 / 95.12% Yes votes ...... 222 / 4.88% No votes
Shall Sections 2.01(D) and 8.01 and Section 7.05 of the Charter of the City of Piedmont be amended to conform the date of the City's General Municipal Election with the date of the statewide General Election in November; and conform the annual selection of officers of the Board of Education to the requirements of the California Education Code, respectively as more specifically set forth in Resolution 71-14 which is on file with the Piedmont City Clerk?

Measure HH. Protect/Maintain Local Services -- City of San Leandro
Pass: 10452 / 64.45% Yes votes ...... 5764 / 35.55% No votes
To protect/maintain local services, including: 911 emergency response; neighborhood police patrols/anti-gang enforcement; library programs for children, adults/families; after school programs for children/teens including homework assistance/reading programs; school police officers/crossing guards; repairing potholes/maintaining residential streets; and other City services, shall the City of San Leandro extend Measure Z and set the sales tax at 1/2 cent for 30 years, with citizens oversight, annual audits, all funds for San Leandro, no funds for Sacramento?

Measure II. Change Date to Appoint Vice Mayor -- City of San Leandro
Pass: 10542 / 71.88% Yes votes ...... 4125 / 28.12% No votes
Shall the City of San Leandro Charter be amended to provide that the City Council, at its first regular meeting in January of each year, shall designate one of its members Vice Mayor, to serve for a period of one year and until a successor is elected and qualified?

Measure JJ. Extend Measure AA Sales Tax -- City of Union City
Pass: 8920 / 73.74% Yes votes ...... 3177 / 26.26% No votes
To prevent severe cuts to, and maintain essential services such as police, fire, paramedic, library, streets, parks and other services, shall Union City adopt an Ordinance extending the existing voter approved Measure AA sales tax with no increase in tax rate, requiring a citizen's oversight committee, annual independent audits, and all funds for Union City and no funds for the State of California? YES NO

Measure KK. The Union City Flatlands Development Initiative -- City of Union City
Fail: 4293 / 34.15% Yes votes ...... 8277 / 65.85% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted that amends Union City's General Plan and Hillside Area Plan to permit development of 63 acres of land owned by the Masons of California, located to the Northeast of Mission Boulevard, subject to all required entitlement processes and environmental review, and move the Hillside Area Plan boundary to accommodate new senior housing and health care facilities, low-density single family residences, retail space, parks, open space, trails and a community garden? YES NO

Measure LL. Preserve Funding for Albany Schools Act of 2014 -- Albany Unified School District
Pass: 4875 / 84.07% Yes votes ...... 924 / 15.93% No votes
To maintain excellent schools; preserve funding for science, art, music, library services, and reading and math support; attract and retain exceptional teachers and counselors; limit class sizes; and keep schools safe and technology and textbooks up-to-date; shall Albany Unified School District replace an expiring $159/year parcel tax with a temporary, six-year parcel tax of $278/year, with senior and SSI/SSDI exemptions, adjustments for inflation, independent audits, and all funds staying local to benefit Albany students?

Butte County
Measure A. Medical Marijuana Referendum -- County of Butte
Pass: 27916 / 61.59% Yes votes ...... 17408 / 38.41% No votes
Shall Ordinance 4075, an ordinance amending Sections 34A-4, 34A-5, and 34A-8 to Article I, Chapter 34A entitled "Restrictions on Cultivation of Medical marijuana" of the Butte County Code, be adopted?

Measure B. Medical Marijuana Initiative -- County of Butte
Fail: 14936 / 33.08% Yes votes ...... 30215 / 66.92% No votes
Shall the ordinance entitled "Initiative Measure to Enact Voter Approved County Ordinance on Marijuana Cultivation" be adopted?

Measure C. Temporary Retail Sales Tax -- Town of Paradise
Pass: 3718 / 51.55% Yes votes ...... 3495 / 48.45% No votes
Shall Ordinance No. 545, a temporary sales tax increase of one-half percent (0.50%) that automatically expires in six years, and that establishes a citizen oversight committee to ensure that the funds are used to preserve public services such as police protection, fire suppression, street maintenance, animal control and other services for the Town of Paradise, be adopted?

Measure D. Change in Qualifications for Electing Directors -- Durham Irrigation District
Pass: 192 / 58.54% Yes votes ...... 136 / 41.46% No votes
Shall directors of Durham Irrigation District, who now are required to be residents of the divisions they represent, instead be required only to be residents of the District at large such that each director shall be a voter and landowner in and a resident of the District at large without regard to divisions?

Contra Costa County
Measure M. Bond Measure -- John Swett Unified School District
Fail: 1687 / 53.91% Yes votes ...... 1442 / 46.09% No votes
To bring educational facilities and classrooms up to current earthquake safety standards; increase student access to classroom technology and science labs; improve vocational education facilities; complete John Swett High School renovations; and construct a new middle school: shall John Swett Unified School District be authorized to issue $52,000,000 of bonds at rates below legal limits, with oversight and audits, no money for administrator salaries, and all funds spent locally and not taken by the State and spent elsewhere?

Measure N. Bond Measure -- Pittsburg Unified School District
Pass: 5483 / 68.48% Yes votes ...... 2524 / 31.52% No votes
To provide safe, modern neighborhood schools with updated computer technology,upgrade energy systems, including solar, reduce overcrowding, improve student learning by acquiring, upgrading, constructing, equipping classrooms, science/computer labs, and school facilities, replace aging roofs, plumbing, heating, ventilation/electrical systems, improve fire alarms, school security and earthquake safety, shall Pittsburg Unified School District issue $85,000,000 of bonds, within legal rates and state approved bonding capacity limits with independent oversight, no money for administrators' salaries, all funds staying local?

Measure O. Business License Tax -- City of Antioch
Pass: 8737 / 51.62% Yes votes ...... 8189 / 48.38% No votes
To provide funding that cannot be seized by the State, to maintain such general City services as police services, code enforcement, street repairs, senior services and youth programs, shall the City of Antioch adopt a residential landlord business license tax based on the type and number of units and confirm the existing gross receipts business license tax with an increased minimum tax, which is not a tax on the general public?

Measure P. Downtown "The Grove" Park Funding + Extension Of Existing Special Tax -- City of Clayton
Pass: 3212 / 81.25% Yes votes ...... 741 / 18.75% No votes
To continue the operation and maintenance of the Downtown "The Grove" Park, shall the existing special tax, funded by the citywide Community Facilities District 2006-1 levy, be extended at the current annual special tax with the same methodology rate (currently $19.03 per year for single-family residential parcels, with higher commercial parcel rate) for Fiscal Years 2017/2018 through 2036/2037?

Measure Q. Essential Services Measure -- City of Concord
Pass: 19291 / 77.21% Yes votes ...... 5694 / 22.79% No votes
To continue funding that cannot be taken by the State to protect/maintain Concord's city services, including 911 response, police officers, gang prevention, crime investigation, neighborhood police patrols, city street/pothole repair, senior/youth programs, other city services, shall the City of Concord extend the existing voter-approved cent sales tax for 9 years only, without increasing the current tax rate, including annual audits, independent citizens oversight, and no money for Sacramento?

Measure R. Sales Tax -- City of El Cerrito
Pass: 5791 / 70.56% Yes votes ...... 2416 / 29.44% No votes
To continue to protect/ maintain City services, including fire prevention/ emergency services; emergency response times; neighborhood police patrols; firefighter/ police staffing; crime prevention/ investigation resources; after-school programs; library hours/ programs; senior services; open space, parks, paths/ playfields; other general City services, shall El Cerrito extend the existing voter-approved sales tax and set the future rate at one cent for 12 years, with citizens' oversight, annual audits, and all funds staying local, none to Sacramento?

Measure S. Approval Of Local Transactions and Use (Sales) Tax -- City of Pinole
Pass: 2429 / 52.60% Yes votes ...... 2189 / 47.40% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted enacting a local half-cent transaction and use (sales) tax to maintain essential police and fire services, to prevent the reduction in maintenance of City parks and streets, and to prevent the reduction of youth, family and senior recreational services, subject to annual external audit and review?

Measure T. Appointive City Clerk -- City of Pleasant Hill
Pass: 6117 / 69.67% Yes votes ...... 2663 / 30.33% No votes
Shall the office of city clerk be appointive?

Measure U. Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Richmond
Pass: 10699 / 55.20% Yes votes ...... 8683 / 44.80% No votes
Shall the City of Richmond adopt a one-half cent transactions and use (sales) tax, to fund and maintain essential city services, such as public safety, public health and wellness programs, city youth programs and street paving?

Measure V. Appropriations Limit -- Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District
Pass: 1415 / 66.03% Yes votes ...... 728 / 33.97% No votes
Shall the appropriations limit of the Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District for Fiscal Year 2015-2016 be established at $3,744,262.00 and the limit for Fiscal Year 2015-2016 (i.e., $3,744,262.00) be used to determine the limits for Fiscal Years 2016-2017 through 2018-2019?

El Dorado County
Measure D. Parcel Tax Increase for Improvements and Increased Road Maintenance -- Cameron Estates Community Services District
Fail: 261 / 63.66% Yes votes ...... 149 / 36.34% No votes
Shall the Cameron Estates Community Services District levy a special tax for the purpose of providing vitally needed road improvements, upgrades, and increased maintenance at an annual rate not to exceed an increase of $100 per year per parcel over and above the current rate, for a total not to exceed $350 per parcel per year?

Measure E. To provide funding to improve school facilities -- Tahoe-Truckee Unified School District
Pass: 140 / 55.12% Yes votes ...... 114 / 44.88% No votes
Tahoe School Safety and Repair Measure. To improve Tahoe area schools with local funding that the State cannot take away, repair/replace roofs, plumbing and electrical systems, provide classrooms, science labs and technology meeting modern academic safety standards and providing a well-rounded education, construct, equip, repair, acquire school facilities/equipment to prepare students for college/high-demand jobs, shall School Facilities Improvement District No. 2 of the Tahoe-Truckee Unified School District issue $62,000,000 in bonds at legal rates with independent audits, citizens oversight, and no funds for administrators' salaries?

Measure F. Issue Bonds to Fund Improvements to College Facilities -- Lake Tahoe Community College District
Pass: 3784 / 57.80% Yes votes ...... 2763 / 42.20% No votes
To upgrade college facilities that prepare local students for jobs and university transfer by modernizing academic and job-training classrooms, science labs, and facilities, expanding access to university courses, creating a Public Safety Training Center, modernizing technology, improving safety and energy efficiency, and improving facilities, sites and equipment, shall Lake Tahoe Community College District issue $55,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with independent oversight, annual audits, no money for administrators' salaries, and all funds dedicated to Lake Tahoe Community College?

Measure H. A special tax to fund wildfire prevention and suppression programs -- Lake Valley Fire Protection District
Fail: 967 / 34.44% Yes votes ...... 1841 / 65.56% No votes
To fund wildfire suppression and prevention programs, the Angora Peak Fire Crew, and facilities and equipment repair and replacement, and to replace the existing Measure M special tax, shall an annual special tax of $120.00 per parcel (with annual inflation adjustment not to exceed 3%) be levied in the Lake Valley Fire Protection District, with the Board of Directors empowered to reduce the tax rate in any year if the maximum rate is not necessary?

Measure I. 10 year use tax to assist with funding City facilities -- City of Placerville
Fail: 1414 / 49.84% Yes votes ...... 1423 / 50.16% No votes
To maintain and provide quality, safe streets and other public facilities, shall the City of Placerville enact a - cent sales tax, with citizen oversight and annual independent audits, to end after ten years, with all funds spent only in Placerville?

Measure K. Amendment to Placerville General Plan -- City of Placerville
Pass: 1671 / 58.24% Yes votes ...... 1198 / 41.76% No votes
Shall the City of Placerville's General Plan be amended to prohibit a roundabout or similar traffic features anywhere within the City limits of Placerville without approval of popular vote?

Measure M. Land Use Designation and Zoning -- County of El Dorado
Fail: 25645 / 42.46% Yes votes ...... 34752 / 57.54% No votes
Shall the ordinance be adopted amending the County of El Dorado General Plan to provide (1) County shall not approve single-family housing subdivisions of five or more parcels if CalTrans determines that Highway 50 traffic has reached, or is forecast to reach, Level of Service F (2) lands designated open-space, agricultural, or natural resources shall remain in those categories and (3) lands designated as low-density residential, medium-density residential, or rural residential shall not be rezoned to higher densities?

Measure N. Extends Meas Y, Amends General Plan and Prioritizes Some Road Improvements -- County of El Dorado
Fail: 14616 / 24.51% Yes votes ...... 45010 / 75.49% No votes
Shall the ordinance be adopted amending the County of El Dorado General Plan to extend the Measure Y policies through 2025 and establish policies to (1) require annual reporting on traffic volumes and allocation of traffic impact mitigation fees, (2) emphasize improvements to local roadways when specifying expenditures in the Capital Improvement Program, (3) whenever possible rely first on state or federal funding for Highway 50 capacity-enhancing projects, and (4) encourage planning and zoning in Community Regions?

Measure O. Changes the General Plan designations of some Community Regions -- County of El Dorado
Fail: 19874 / 33.63% Yes votes ...... 39224 / 66.37% No votes
Shall the ordinance be adopted amending the County of El Dorado General Plan to (1) convert the communities of Camino, Pollock Pines, and Shingle Springs from Community Regions to Rural Centers, establish Cedar Grove as a Rural Center, and place the Platted Lands overlay on certain areas contiguous to those communities and (2) remove the El Dorado Hills and Cameron Park Community Region designation from those Low Density Residential areas within one mile of Green Valley Road?

Measure Q. Changes County Charter timeframe for filling supervisor vacancies -- County of El Dorado
Pass: 36666 / 68.18% Yes votes ...... 17112 / 31.82% No votes
Shall section 203 of the El Dorado County Charter, be amended in part, to allow the Board of Supervisors to consolidate the date set for an election to fill a vacancy on the Board of Supervisors with a scheduled primary, general, or special election, involving the district where the vacancy occurs, when the vacancy occurs more than 90 days but less than 180 days before the scheduled primary, general, or special election?

Measure R. Changes wording in the County Charter for references to "officers" -- County of El Dorado
Pass: 35423 / 67.04% Yes votes ...... 17419 / 32.96% No votes
Shall section 206 of the El Dorado County Charter be amended to reflect current practice by replacing the words "presiding officer" with "Chair" and "presiding officer pro tem" with "Vice Chair" and "alternate presiding officer pro tem" with "Second Vice Chair."

Measure S. County Charter - removes outdated wording on Library System funding -- County of El Dorado
Pass: 40027 / 76.61% Yes votes ...... 12224 / 23.39% No votes
Shall section 210 d. of the El Dorado County Charter be deleted from the Charter because it was repealed effective January 26, 2006, under the plain language of Charter section 210 d.?

Fresno County
Measure G. School District General Obligation Bond -- Golden Plains Unified School District
Pass: 403 / 61.15% Yes votes ...... 256 / 38.85% No votes
To improve local schools by improving classrooms, vocational/agricultural job training and technology; fixing deteriorating roofs, bathrooms, plumbing/electrical systems; removing asbestos, mold/lead paint; improving fire safety; and constructing/equipping district facilities/sites shall Golden Plains Unified School District issue $13,000,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with independent audits, citizens' oversight, no money for administrators' salaries/pensions, and all funds used locally?

Measure M. General Obligation Bond of 2014 -- Mendota Unified School District
Pass: 631 / 80.08% Yes votes ...... 157 / 19.92% No votes
To improve the quality of education without increasing the current tax rate; replace outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; improve student access to computers and modern technology; modernize classrooms, restrooms, and school facilities; and repair or replace leaky roofs; shall the Mendota Unified School District issue $15,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have no money used for administrative or teacher salaries or be taken by the State?

Measure O. Special Tax for Police and Fire -- City of Orange Cove
Pass: 794 / 67.57% Yes votes ...... 381 / 32.43% No votes
Shall City of Orange Cove establish a Special Tax for Police and Fire with an annual $95 parcel tax for single-family homes and specified amounts for multifamily, commercial, agricultural, and industrial parcels to improve public safety, response times, and training; maintain number of on-duty police officers; fight crime, drugs and gangs; and provide firefighting equipment; with revenues used only for Police and Fire; and subject to Citizen Oversight Committee?

Measure P. Utility Users Tax -- City of Coalinga
Fail: 519 / 28.02% Yes votes ...... 1333 / 71.98% No votes
To preserve the safety and quality of life of the citizens of the City of Coalinga, shall the City enact a Utility Users Tax in the amount of 5.5%, with certain exemptions for business and low income seniors, with all revenues dedicated to finance public safety services such as law enforcement, fire protection, and emergency medical response?

Measure R. School Bond -- Pine Ridge Elementary School District
Fail: 220 / 50.81% Yes votes ...... 213 / 49.19% No votes
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair/replace outdated plumbing systems; increase student access to modern technology; modernize/renovate outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; replace aging portables with permanent classrooms; and upgrade P.E. fields and facilities for school and community use; shall the Pine Ridge Elementary School District issue $4,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have no money used for salaries?

Measure S. Police and Fire Parcel Tax -- City of Parlier
Fail: 889 / 59.50% Yes votes ...... 605 / 40.50% No votes
To maintain the current Parlier Police Department and Fire protection services, shall the City of Parlier be authorized to levy a parcel tax as set forth in Council Resolution 2014-44 for a period of 5 years and subject to an annual audit?

Measure T. General Obligation Bond -- West Hills Community College District
Pass: 3,215 / 61.1% Yes votes ...... 2,051 / 38.9% No votes
   3211 (61.03%) Yes / 2050 (38.97%) No in Fresno County
   4 (80.00%) Yes / 1 (20.00%) No in Monterey County
To increase student access to computers; maintain and upgrade educational software; keep pace with 21st century technological innovations; and significantly reduce borrowing costs, shall West Hills Community College District issue $20,000,000 of short-term bonds with the interest rates at or below the legal limit, independent citizen oversight, and no money for administrator/teacher salaries, so long as all funds are spent locally and cannot be taken by the State?

Measure Z. Keep Our Zoo Measure -- County of Fresno
Pass: 114630 / 72.26% Yes votes ...... 43995 / 27.74% No votes
To ensure the continuing success of Fresno Chaffee Zoo by providing necessary funding for repairs and maintenance, improved animal care, continuing the zoo's Species Survival and Children's Education Programs, maintaining low entrance fees, improving visitor amenities, and providing animals with safer more spacious natural habitats; shall Fresno County voters extend the existing 1/10th of one percent sales tax for ten additional years, with all proceeds exclusively for Fresno Chaffee Zoo?

Humboldt County
Measure P. Genetic Contamination Prevention Ordinance -- County of Humboldt
Pass: 17,029 / 59.43% Yes votes ...... 11,624 / 40.57% No votes
Shall the ordinance prohibiting the propagation, cultivation, raising or growing of genetically engineered organisms (also known as GMOs) in Humboldt County be adopted?

Measure Q. Sales Tax Extension -- City of Eureka
Pass: 3,675 / 65.79% Yes votes ...... 1,911 / 34.21% No votes
Shall the Eureka Municipal Code be amended to extend a one-half of one percent (0.50%) supplemental transaction and use tax to fund essential services such as police, fire medical response, street maintenance, environmental programs, zoo, parks and recreation with the following restrictions? The supplemental transaction and use tax will expire after five years, unless reauthorized by the voters. A citizen's oversight committee shall be established to conduct annual audits of all expenditures generated by the tax to ensure fiscal accountability and public participation.

Measure R. Minimum Wage Ordinance Initiative -- City of Eureka
Fail: 2,139 / 37.99% Yes votes ...... 3,491 / 62.01% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted that (1) requires (a) payment of minimum wages in Eureka at $12.00 per hour for employers with 25 or more employees (including Welfare-to-Work Programs) with an annual increase, if any, based on the Consumer Price Index beginning the ninetieth (90th) day after certification; (b) City Attorney enforcement through fines, penalties, or civil actions; (c) City Council authority to amend the ordinance with regard to implementation or enforcement; and (d)voter approval of substantive changes to the ordinance; and (2) allows private enforcement through civil actions?

Measure S. Bond Issue -- Eureka City School District
Pass: 6,112 / 55.79% Yes votes ...... 4,843 / 44.21% No votes
To upgrade every school site and help improve education by: upgrading career technical/job training classrooms; investing in technology/science labs; repairing aging classrooms; qualifying local schools for matching state funds; and constructing/acquiring facilities, classrooms, sites and equipment, shall Eureka City Schools issue $49.75 million in bonds at legal rates, requiring Independent Citizens' Oversight, and annual audits, with no money for administrators' salaries/pensions?

Measure T. Utility Users Tax -- City of Blue Lake
Pass: 171 / 53.61% Yes votes ...... 148 / 46.39% No votes
To help ensure that the City of Blue Lake has the funds necessary to support the quality of life its residents have come to expect through such essential services as adequate law enforcement, park and recreation programs, and the maintenance and repair of local streets and public facilities, among others, shall the City place a four percent (4%) Utility Users Tax (Resolution No. 1033) on all electricity and gas usage in the City, beginning March 1, 2015, and automatically terminating five years later?

Measure U. Sales Tax -- City of Rio Dell
Pass: 300 / 53.19% Yes votes ...... 264 / 46.81% No votes
Shall the City of Rio Dell increase the sales tax by 1%, for five years only, providing locally controlled funding that cannot be taken by the State?

Measure V. "Budget Stabilization" Sales Tax -- City of Fortuna
Fail: 909 / 36.51% Yes votes ...... 1,581 / 63.49% No votes
To offset state budget cuts and restore stability to Fortuna's city budget; maintain 9-1-1 emergency response services; restore cuts to police protection, gang/drug prevention, and road/sidewalk maintenance; support local businesses, the Fortuna Rodeo and AutoXpo; and maintain other essential general services, shall the City of Fortuna establish a one cent sales tax, requiring independent annual financial audits and public review, with all funds remaining in Fortuna?

Measure W. Bond Issue -- Fortuna Elementary School District
Fail: 1,223 / 43.63% Yes votes ...... 1,580 / 56.37% No votes
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; modernize classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; make health and safety improvements; replace outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; repair or replace leaky roofs; and improve student access to computers and modern technology, shall the Fortuna Elementary School District issue $9,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and NO money used for administrative salaries?

Measure X. Bond Issue -- Southern Humboldt Joint Unified School District
Pass: 1,105 / 64.13% Yes votes ...... 618 / 35.87% No votes
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair/replace leaky roofs; modernize outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; repair aging plumbing systems; improve student access to computers and modern technology; upgrade electrical systems; and make health/safety improvements; shall the Southern Humboldt Joint Unified School District issue $10,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have NO money used for salaries, with all funds staying local?

Measure Y. Bond Issue -- Jacoby Creek School District
Fail: 508 / 54.74% Yes votes ...... 420 / 45.26% No votes
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; make health, safety and handicapped accessibility improvements; modernize, upgrade and renovate outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; improve student access to modern technology, and replace aging temporary portables with permanent classrooms; shall the Jacoby Creek School District issue $2,500,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have NO money used for teacher or administrative salaries?

Measure Z. Sales Tax -- County of Humboldt
Pass: 15,823 / 55.41% Yes votes ...... 12,732 / 44.59% No votes
HUMBOLDT COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY/ESSENTIAL SERVICES MEASURE. To maintain/improve essential services, such as 24-hour sheriff's patrols; 9-1-1 emergency response; crime investigation/prosecution; drug/illegal marijuana growhouse enforcement/prevention; services for abused children/mentally ill; rural fire protection; road repairs; and other County services, shall County of Humboldt pursuant to County Ordinance No. 2517 enact a 1/2% sales tax, for five years, all revenue for the County, none for the State of California, with annual audits and public review?

Kern County
Measure C. -- Mojave Unified School Facilities Improvement District 1
1551 / 63.31% Yes votes ...... 899 / 36.69% No votes

Measure D. -- Southern Kern Unified School District
1874 / 57.06% Yes votes ...... 1410 / 42.94% No votes

Measure E. -- Arvin Union School District
1114 / 79.46% Yes votes ...... 288 / 20.54% No votes

Measure F. -- City of Tehachapi
835 / 46.18% Yes votes ...... 973 / 53.82% No votes

Los Angeles County
Measure A. Continuation of Special Parcel Tax -- Altadena Library District
Pass: 10,113 / 85.52% Yes votes ...... 1,712 / 14.48% No votes
Shall the Altadena Library District be authorized to continue to levy a special per parcel tax annually for ten years to replace library funding lost due to the elimination of State funding?

Measure B. Utility User Tax Modernization -- City of Norwalk
Pass: 7,545 / 70.19% Yes votes ...... 3,204 / 29.81% No votes
Without raising current tax rates, shall an ordinance be adopted modernizing the City's utility users tax ordinance to require equal treatment of taxpayers by ensuring the tax applies regardless of technology used; exempting seniors, low-income disabled/blind residents; funding current gang prevention, youth, after-school, senior and disabled programs; neighborhood patrols/school crossing guards, pothole repairs, and other general services; subject to financial audits, local control of funds/no rate increase without voter approval?

Measure C. Classroom Repair, Job Training, Campus Safety Measure -- Compton Community College District
Pass: 20,209 / 78.39% Yes votes ...... 5,570 / 21.61% No votes
To update aging classrooms/buildings, prepare students/returning veterans for good-paying jobs/university transfer, repair deteriorating gas/sewer lines, electrical wiring/leaky roofs, improve classroom technology, handicapped accessibility, science labs, nursing, paralegal, automotive/other career education programs, upgrade campus safety/security, repair, construct/acquire facilities, sites/equipment, shall Compton Community College District issue $100 million in bonds at legal rates, with independent financial audits, and all funds used locally?

Measure D. Airport Operations -- City of Santa Monica
Fail: 10,288 / 41.19% Yes votes ...... 14,688 / 58.81% No votes
Shall the Santa Monica City Charter be amended to require the City to continue to operate the Santa Monica Airport in a manner that supports its aviation uses unless the voters approve the Airport's closure or change in use, and until that voter approval occurs, the city shall be prohibited from imposing additional restrictions on aviation support services to tenants and airport users that inhibit fuel sales or the full use of aviation facilities?

Measure E. School Improvement Funding -- Los Nietos School District
Pass: 1,300 / 77.11% Yes votes ...... 386 / 22.89% No votes
To improve Ada S. Nelson, Aeolian, and Rancho Santa Gertrudes elementary schools by repairing/updating aging classrooms; keeping schools safe and clean; providing upto- date learning technology for 21st century education; repairing leaky roofs/windows; removing asbestos, lead, other hazardous materials; and renovating, constructing, and equipping classrooms/facilities/sites; shall Los Nietos School District issue $15,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring strict accountability, Independent Citizens' Oversight, annual audits, with no fund for administrator salaries or pensions?

Measure G. School Improvement Funding -- Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District
Pass: 8,940 / 57.39% Yes votes ...... 6,638 / 42.61% No votes
To repair classrooms, leaky roofs, upgrade school security, fencing, fire safety, update science, math, computer, lab technology, upgrade physical education/athletic facilities, remove asbestos, and repair, construct/ acquire educational facilities, sites/equipment to improve education at every school in Norwalk and La Mirada, shall Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District issue $375,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, requiring independent audits, citizens' oversight, no money for administrators' salaries or pensions, and all funds used locally?

Proposition H. Real Estate Transfer Tax Measure -- City of Santa Monica
Fail: 10,364 / 42.50% Yes votes ...... 14,020 / 57.50% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted that amends the real estate transfer tax so that for commercial and non-commercial real estate sold for one million dollars or more, the tax rate would be $9 for each thousand dollars of sales price?

Measure I. School Improvement Funding -- Fullerton Joint Union High School District
Pass: 25,415 / 58.6% Yes votes ...... 17,938 / 41.4% No votes
   23,257 (59.0%) Yes / 16,191 (41.0%) No in Orange County
   2,158 (55.26%) Yes / 1,747 (44.74%) No in Los Angeles County
To improve Buena Park, Fullerton Union, La Habra, Sonora, Sunny Hills, and Troy High Schools, and prepare students for college and careers shall the Fullerton Joint Union High School District upgrade classrooms, science labs, sites, facilities; repair roofs, floors, plumbing, heating, ventilation and electrical systems; improve student safety and security; upgrade career training facilities and technology infrastructure be issuing $175 million in bonds at legal rates, with mandatory audits, independent oversight, and all funds staying local?

Measure J. Campus Repair; Student/Veteran Job Training -- North Orange County Community College District
84,780 / 55.0% Yes votes ...... 69,338 / 45.0% No votes
   82,751 (55.1%) Yes / 67,420 (44.9%) No in Orange County
   2,029 (51.41%) Yes / 1,918 (48.59%) No in Los Angeles County
To upgrade nursing, science, technology, engineering, math/technical job training facilities, repair decaying walls/leaky roofs, update outdated computer technology, fire safety/electrical systems, ensure disabled accessibility, repair, construct, acquire facilities, sites/equipment so local students/returning veterans are prepared for universities/jobs, shall North Orange County Community College District issue $574,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with audits, oversight and NO money for administrators' salaries, pensions or Sacramento?

Measure K. School Improvement Funding -- Azusa Unified School District
Pass: 3,983 / 56.24% Yes votes ...... 3,099 / 43.76% No votes
AZUSA USD K + To improve the quality of local school facilities; make health and safety improvements; replace leaky roofs; upgrade electrical systems; improve student access to computers and modern technology; replace outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; and modernize and renovate classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; shall the Azusa Unified School District issue $[92,000,000] of bonds, at legal rates, with an independent citizens' oversight committee, NO money used for administrative salaries and all funds controlled locally?

Measure L. School Improvement Funding -- Snowline Joint Unified School District
Fail: 3,399 / 45.7% Yes votes ...... 4,040 / 54.3% No votes
   3,381 (45.76%) Yes / 4,008 (54.24%) No in San Bernardino County
   18 (36.00%) Yes / 32 (64.00%) No in Los Angeles County
To upgrade outdated classrooms, science labs, career/vocational educational facilities; improve school security/drinking water/fire safety systems; repair electrical wiring, leaky roofs, plumbing and bathrooms; replace old portables; repair, construct, acquire educational facilities, sites/equipment, shall Snowline Joint Unified School District issue $60,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring independent audits, Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee, no money for administrators' salaries, and requiring all funds be used locally for Snowline schools?

Measure M. School Improvement Funding -- El Monte City School District
Pass: 4,614 / 67.09% Yes votes ...... 2,263 / 32.91% No votes
To upgrade schools and improve the quality of education and ensure safe school campuses, upgrade classroom technology to meet current teaching standards, shall El Monte City School District repair, acquire, construct, equip classrooms, sites and facilities, complete safety and energy-efficiency upgrades, replace aging roofs, heating, electrical, cooling systems, upgrade technology/add new computer labs, by issuing $78,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with independent oversight, no money for administrators' salaries, and all funds benefiting local elementary schools?

Measure N. School Improvement Funding -- Los Nietos School District
Pass: 1,285 / 77.04% Yes votes ...... 383 / 22.96% No votes
To repair and improve Los Nietos Middle School by updating aging middle school classrooms/labs with 21st century learning technology; providing educational resources to prepare students to successfully transition to high school and college; improving facilities for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math programs; renovating, constructing, and equipping classrooms/facilities/sites; shall Los Nietos School District issue $13,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring strict accountability, Independent Citizens' Oversight, annual audits, with no funds for administrator salaries or pensions?

Measure O. School Improvement Funding -- Downey Unified School District
Pass: 10,093 / 61.87% Yes votes ...... 6,221 / 38.13% No votes
To upgrade classrooms, improve education for each student by upgrading science labs for 21st Century technology and career/vocational training, improve school security/fire safety, repair old restrooms and plumbing, improve disabled access, electrical systems/wiring, and repair, construct, and acquire educational facilities, sites, and equipment, shall Downey Unified School District issue $248,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, requiring independent audits, citizens' oversight, for administrators' salaries/pensions, and all funds used locally?

Measure P. Safe Neighborhood Parks -- County of Los Angeles
Fail: 862,224 / 62.89% Yes votes ...... 508,672 / 37.11% No votes
To ensure continued funding from an expiring voter-approved measure for improving the safety of neighborhood parks and senior/youth recreation areas; assisting in gang prevention; protecting rivers, beaches, water sources; repairing, acquiring/preserving parks/natural areas; maintaining zoos, museums; providing youth job-training, shall Los Angeles County levy an annual $23/parcel special tax, requiring annual independent financial audits and all funds used locally?

Measure Q. School Improvement Funding -- Hermosa Beach City School District
Fail: 3,283 / 54.47% Yes votes ...... 2,744 / 45.53% No votes
To reduce student overcrowding by reopening a school and to make safety, security, and health improvements; modernize, repair, construct, equip and upgrade classrooms and other school facilities; replace aging roofs; provide technology improvements for students; and upgrade/replace outdated electrical, plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems, shall Hermosa Beach City School District issue $54,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, with an independent citizens' oversight committee, no money for administrative salaries and no funds taken by the state?

Measure R. Retail Development -- City of Malibu
Pass: 2,698 / 59.58% Yes votes ...... 1,830 / 40.42% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted that (1) requires voter-approved specific plans for commercial and commercial-residential projects over 20,000 square feet; and (2) allows formula retail businesses in tenant spaces between 1400sf and 5000sf in existing civic center shopping centers but imposes stricter requirements (including 2500sf limit per business and limit of 30% of shopping center's tenants) on some such businesses in any new shopping center or existing ones outside the civic center?

Measure S. Signs -- City of Santa Clarita
Fail: 17,166 / 44.41% Yes votes ...... 21,488 / 55.59% No votes
Shall Ordinance No. 14-02 adopting a Development Agreement with Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (METRO) for the removal of 62 advertising structures, within the City, by METRO or any other means, and construction and operation of the three digital billboards, adjacent to the Interstate 5 and State Route 14 freeways, and the dedication to the City of revenue received from digital billboards, which creates an ongoing revenue stream, be adopted?

Measure T. School Improvement Funding -- Torrance Unified School District
Pass: 21,424 / 66.71% Yes votes ...... 10,689 / 33.29% No votes
T + To upgrade classrooms and science labs, improve technology, make student safety and security improvements, provide emergency safety and disaster equipment, repair roofs and plumbing, install low-water-usage irrigation systems, renovate or build facilities as needed, including high school auditoriums and auxiliary gyms, shall Torrance Unified School District issue $144.3 million in bonds under a no-tax-rate-increase financing plan, at legal interest rates, with citizen oversight and independent audits?

Measure U. School Improvement Funding -- Torrance Unified School District
Pass: 19,877 / 62.09% Yes votes ...... 12,138 / 37.91% No votes
To repair playgrounds and playfields to meet current health and safety standards, improve physical education facilities and restrooms, construct an aquatic facility to serve students and the community, and renovate and replace playgrounds and fields, shall Torrance Unified School District issue $50 million of bonds, at legal interest rates, with independent citizen oversight and no money for administrator salaries?

Measure V. School Improvement Funding -- Bassett Unified School District
Pass: 1,616 / 62.42% Yes votes ...... 973 / 37.58% No votes
Bassett Schools Safety, College/Career Readiness Measure. To improve school facilities with funding that cannot be taken by the State, replace leaky roofs, improve student access to computer / modern technology, replace / upgrade outdated heating, air conditioning, electrical systems, modernize outdated classrooms and restrooms, acquire, construct, repair classrooms, facilities, sites and equipment, shall Bassett Unified School District issue $30 million of bonds at legal rates, appoint an independent citizens' oversight committee and no money for teacher or administrator salaries?

Measure W. Water Revenue Bonds -- City of Claremont
Pass: 7,596 / 71.98% Yes votes ...... 2,957 / 28.02% No votes
Shall the City of Claremont be authorized to issue water revenue bonds up to $135 million to pay for acquisition of the Claremont Water System and incidental expenses payable only from the water system's revenues?

Measure Y. Utility User Tax -- City of Artesia
Fail: 791 / 38.23% Yes votes ...... 1,278 / 61.77% No votes
Shall the Artesia Public Safety, Parks, and General City Services Ordinance be adopted to enact a general purpose utility user tax at a rate of 4.9% for charges made for certain utility services, to provide funding for general fund purposes, including, without limitation, 9-1-1 response, crime/gang prevention, and neighborhood police patrols; community center improvements for teen, after-school recreation and senior programs; neighborhood streets, alleys, potholes sidewalks and roads; and other general City services?

Measure AA. School Improvement Funding -- ABC Unified School District
Fail: 7,591 / 43.95% Yes votes ...... 9,679 / 56.05% No votes
To renovate and equip classrooms and school facilities District-wide; increase student access to modern technology; expand career technical education facilities including science, technology, engineering and math; and replace roofs and outdated heating and air conditioning systems; shall ABC Unified School District be authorized to issue $195,200,000 of bonds, with interest rates within legal limits, independent citizen oversight, no money for administrator salaries, and all funds controlled locally?

Measure BE. School Board Member Term Limit Increase -- City of Redondo Beach
Fail: 5,521 / 35.74% Yes votes ...... 9,927 / 64.26% No votes
Shall Section 16.7 of Article XVI of the Redondo Beach Charter be amended to permit a person to serve up to three full terms as a member of the Board of Education by extending term limits from two to three terms?

Measure CM. Council Member / Mayor Term Limit Increase -- City of Redondo Beach
Fail: 5,244 / 33.33% Yes votes ...... 10,488 / 66.67% No votes
Shall Section 26 of Articles XXVI of the Redondo Beach Charter be amended to permit a person to serve up to three full terms as a Councilman, from any combination of districts, and up to three full terms as Mayor by extending term limits from two to three terms?

Measure CT. City Treasurer -- City of Redondo Beach
Pass: 9,970 / 63.24% Yes votes ...... 5,796 / 36.76% No votes
Shall Section 11.1 of Article XI of the Redondo Beach Charter by amended by deleting the requirements that the City Treasurer shall devote his full time to the duties of the office and shall not engage in private business practice during City business hours; and adding new language to have the authority to audit all moneys collected by the City from any source in order to prepare monthly reports mandated by the Charter?

Measure EE. School Improvement Funding -- Saugus Union School District
Pass: 11,878 / 58.37% Yes votes ...... 8,473 / 41.63% No votes
EE + To improve local neighborhood elementary schools, by upgrading instructional technology, science labs libraries to modern academic standards; upgrading classrooms, school safety and security, repairing/replacing deteriorated roofs, lighting, and electrical systems where needed, and reducing water/energy use to save money, shall Saugus Union District issue $148,000,000 in bonds for School Facilities Improvement District No. 2014-1, at legal interest rates, with mandatory audits, independent citizen oversight, no money for administrators, and all funds staying in our community benefiting local children grades K-6?

Measure FS. Maximum Annual Registration Fees for Controlled Rental Units -- City of Santa Monica
Pass: 12,061 / 51.57% Yes votes ...... 11,325 / 48.43% No votes
Shall the City Charter be amended to establish a maximum annual registration fee of up to $288 per controlled rental unit and to limit the amount that landlords map pass through to tenants to 50% of the registration fee?

Proposition HH. Use of Funds from Real Estate Transfer Tax -- City of Santa Monica
Pass: 12,179 / 50.53% Yes votes ...... 11,923 / 49.47% No votes
If the proposed transfer tax on commercial and non-commercial real estate sales is approved by voters, should the revenue be used to preserve, repair, renovate and construct affordable housing for lowincome people who work or live in Santa Monica, including seniors, veterans, working families and persons with disabilities?

Measure LC. Prohibit Airport Development; Affirm City Authority over Airport -- City of Santa Monica
Pass: 15,434 / 60.45% Yes votes ...... 10,096 / 39.55% No votes
Shall the City Charter be amended to: (1) prohibit new development on Airport land, except for parks, public open spaces and public recreational facilities, until the voters approve limits on the uses and development that may occur on the land; and (2) affirm the City Council's authority to manage the Airport and to close all or part of it?

Measure PPL. Library Funding -- City of Pomona
Fail: 6,829 / 49.61% Yes votes ...... 6,936 / 50.39% No votes
To provide revenue dedicated solely for the Pomona Public Library, shall $42.00 per parcel be assessed commencing 7/1/2015? Restores Library hours to 38 hours/week minimum and provides for professional staff. Assessment expires in 10 years. Revenue raised is additional to monies from City's General Fund. Ensures City's annual contribution to Library remains no less than current general fund allocations. Revenue use is subject to annual audit and citizen oversight

Measure RS. School Improvement Funding -- Rosemead School District
Pass: 1,635 / 71.62% Yes votes ...... 648 / 28.38% No votes
To improve schools by repairing deteriorating classrooms, bathrooms and plumbing; leaky roofs/windows; removing asbestos/lead paint; upgrading school security/ fire safety; upgrading classroom technology/science labs; and repairing, constructing, and acquiring educational facilities, sites, and equipment; shall Rosemead School District issue 30 million dollars in bonds, at legal rates, requiring annual independent financial audits and independent citizens' oversight, no money for administrators' salaries and pensions, and all funds used locally?

Marin County
Measure A. Marin Emergency Communications and 911 Response -- County of Marin
Pass: 57022 / 67.14% Yes votes ...... 27913 / 32.86% No votes
Marin County Emergency Communications and 911 Response Measure. To replace Marin County's aging emergency communications system; reduce 911 response times; improve communications reliability during earthquakes, floods, fires, and other disasters; and ensure reliable com munications among police, fire, and paramedic first responders throughout Marin County, shall an ordinance be adopted authorizing an annual parcel tax for 20 years based on land use, including $29 per single-family home, with public audits, expenditure reports, citizen

Measure B. School Bond to Fund Improvements -- Bolinas-Stinson Union School District
Fail: 451 / 49.72% Yes votes ...... 456 / 50.28% No votes
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the state; improve student access to instructional technology; make health, safety and handicapped accessibility improvements; modernize outdated classrooms, restrooms, and school facilities; and renovate the multi-purpose room; shall the Bolinas-Stinson Union School District issue $9,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have no money used for administrative or teacher salaries?

Measure C. Bond Measure Election -- Dixie School District
Pass: 6083 / 74.56% Yes votes ...... 2075 / 25.44% No votes
To upgrade and repair schools with local funding that cannot be taken by the State, shall Dixie Elementary School District: update aging classrooms and instructional technology; provide updated middle school science class rooms; upgrade electrical wiring to current safety codes; improve campus safety and security; repair, construct, acquire, equip, classrooms, sites, facilities, by issuing $30 million of bonds at legal rates, with citizen oversight, no money for administrators, salaries, benefits or pensions and all funds used for local schools?

Measure D. Facilities Improvement Bond -- Kentfield School District
Pass: 3314 / 70.92% Yes votes ...... 1359 / 29.08% No votes
MEASURE D: To improve educational facilities with funding that cannot be taken by the State; modernize, renovate, and/or construct classrooms, restrooms and school facilities to reduce student overcrowding; enhance student access to technology; make health and safety improvements; and replace outdated windows and heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems, shall the Kentfield School District issue $30,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have no bond money used for administrator salaries?

Measure E. Special Parcel Tax to Support Academic Programs -- Ross School District
Pass: 930 / 75.55% Yes votes ...... 301 / 24.45% No votes
Ross School District Special Parcel Tax. To support high quality, innovative academic programs; attract and retain highly qualified teachers; maintain low student-to-teacher ratios; support the visual and performing arts and technology integration; and offset funding cuts by the State; shall the Ross School District renew its existing education parcel tax for eight years, with a one-time increase of $184, maintaining 3% annual adjustments, all funds staying local, with exemptions for property owners aged 65 and older?

Measure H. Santa Rosa Junior College Job Training Measure -- Sonoma Community College District Trustee Area 2
Fail: 69 / 53.49% Yes votes ...... 60 / 46.51% No votes
Santa Rosa Junior College affordable local education, job training Measure. To upgrade facilities, prepare students for careers/ university transfer, attract quality faculty, keep SRJC current, improve student access, upgrade classrooms/ labs/technology for 21st Century science/math skills, modernize career education facilities for vocational engineering, nursing, public safety, agriculture, jobs, meet earthquake/fire codes, acquire, construct/repair classrooms, facilities, sites/equipment, shall Sonoma County Junior College District issue $410,000,000 in bonds at legal rates with citizens' oversight, annual audits?

Measure I. Emergency Services Special Tax -- Town of Corte Madera
Pass: 2551 / 74.88% Yes votes ...... 856 / 25.12% No votes
In order to continue existing emergency services in the Town of Corte Madera, shall there be a continuation of the special tax for paramedic and/or emergency medical services for four more years at the annual amount of $75.00 per residence and per 1,000 square feet of floor area for nonresidential uses for fiscal years 2015-2016 through 2018-2019, with the appropriations limit increasing by the amount of said tax?

Measure J. 5-Year Renewal of Fairfax General Tax -- Town of Fairfax
Pass: 2272 / 72.26% Yes votes ...... 872 / 27.74% No votes
Shall an ordinance combining Fairfax's existing $50 annual general tax with our $125 special tax and a $20 increase be adopted approving a five-year renewal of the special Fairfax municipal services tax of $195 annually for each business occupancy and dwelling unit, in order to: Keep our local Police Station open 24/7; Maintain Fire Depart ment services; Provide funding for Public Works/safety projects; Enhance Youth and Senior programs;

Measure K. Increase of a 4-Year Special Tax for Paramedic Services -- Town of Fairfax
Pass: 2259 / 72.54% Yes votes ...... 855 / 27.46% No votes
Shall there be a continuation of the four year special tax for paramedic services in the amount of $57 in the first year and raising the tax $6 annually to a maximum of $75 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in non-residential use, with the appropriations limit increased by the amount of said tax for the next four years?

Measure L. Continuation of Special Tax -- City of Larkspur
Pass: 3198 / 68.82% Yes votes ...... 1449 / 31.18% No votes
Shall there be a continuation of the four year special tax for paramedic services in the amount of $57 in the first year and raising the tax $6 annually to a maximum of $75 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in non-residential use, with the appropriations limit increased by the amount of said tax for the next four years?

Measure M. Special tax for paramedic services -- Town of Ross
Pass: 796 / 75.59% Yes votes ...... 257 / 24.41% No votes
Shall the existing special tax for paramedic services be continued for four years in the increased amount of $57 in the first year and increased $6 annually, if needed, to a maximum of $75 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in non-residential use, with the appropriations limit increased by the amount of said tax for the next four years?

Measure N. Continuation of Special Taxx -- Town of San Anselmo
Pass: 3338 / 69.57% Yes votes ...... 1460 / 30.43% No votes
Shall there be a continuation of the four year special tax for paramedic services in the amount of $57 in the first year and raising the tax $6 annually to a maximum of $75 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in non-residential use, with the appropriations limit increased by the amount of said tax for the next four years?

Measure O. Essential Services Measure -- City of Sausalito
Fail: 1848 / 61.15% Yes votes ...... 1174 / 38.85% No votes
City of Sausalito Essential Services Measure. To maintain the City's long-term financial viability and improve local quality of life and essential services including storm drain repairs to protect the Bay, street/sidewalk maintenance, pothole repair, parks, landscape maintenance, youth/senior programs, library hours/services, disabled access, public safety, and other general services shall the City of Sausalito enact a half cent sales tax for 10 years, requiring independent financial audits/public review, with all funds remaining in Sausalito?

Measure P. Paramedic Services -- County Service Area 27 Ross Valley Paramedic Service Area
Pass: 444 / 67.79% Yes votes ...... 211 / 32.21% No votes
Shall there be a continuation of the four year special tax for paramedic services in the amount of $57 in the first year and raising the tax $6 annually to a maximum of $75 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in non-residential use, with the appropriations limit increased by the amount of said tax for the next four years?

Measure Q. Continuation of Paramedic Services Tax -- Kentfield Fire Protection District
Pass: 1870 / 72.17% Yes votes ...... 721 / 27.83% No votes
Shall there be a continuation of the four year special tax for paramedic services in the amount of $57 in the first year and raising the tax $6 annually to a maximum of $75 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in non-residential use, with the appropriations limit increased by the amount of said tax for the next four years?

Measure R. Marin General Hospital to remain a nonprofit -- Marin Healthcare District
Pass: 51702 / 79.26% Yes votes ...... 13527 / 20.74% No votes
To allow Marin General Hospital to remain a nonprofit, locally governed hospital and to require that revenues from the hospital be reinvested into improving patient care, equipment, advanced programs for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancer and seismic upgrades, shall Marin Healthcare District continue to lease Marin General Hospital to the non-profit Marin General Hospital Corporation for an annual rent of $500,000 in accordance with the Hospital Lease Agreement dated August 6, 2014,

Measure S. Continuation of Paramedic Services Tax -- Sleepy Hollow Fire Protection District
Pass: 673 / 66.77% Yes votes ...... 335 / 33.23% No votes
Shall there be a continuation of the four year special tax for paramedic services in the amount of $57 in the first year and raising the tax $6 annually to a maximum of $75 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in non-residential use, with the appropriations limit increased by the amount of said tax for the next four years?

Measure T. Facilities Improvement Bond -- Strawberry Recreation District
Pass: 796 / 55.20% Yes votes ...... 646 / 44.80% No votes
Shall the Strawberry Recreation District issue bonds not to exceed $3,500,000 for the benefit of the District, its residents and children to finance the acquisition and construction of a new community building replacing the aging pool house, including a new foundation, sewer and gas lines, bathrooms and preparation for a future pool deck upgrade, and main building upgrades, including new electrical and lighting, bathrooms, sprinklers, energy efficient doors and windows, balcony improvements, kitchen upgrades and improved storage?

Mendocino County
Measure H. Affordable Local Education, Job Training -- Sonoma County Junior College District
Pass: 843 / 64.06% Yes votes ...... 473 / 35.94% No votes
To upgrade facilities, prepare students for careers/university transfer, attract quality faculty, keep SRJC current, improve student access, upgrade classrooms/labs/technology for 21st Century science/math skills, modernize career education facilities for vocational engineering, nursing, public safety, agriculture, jobs, meet earthquake/fire codes, acquire, construct/repair classrooms, facilities, sites/equipment, shall Sonoma County Junior College District issue $410,000,000 in bonds at legal rates with citizens' oversight, auunal audits?

Measure M. Special Tax -- Albion/Little River Fire Protection District
Pass: 693 / 82.60% Yes votes ...... 146 / 17.40% No votes
Shall the Albion-Little River Fire Protection District, by Ordinance, (1) Repeal the existing special tax of $40.00 per unit, (2) Replacing it with a special tax not to exceed $75.00 per unit, this special tax shall be used to maintain and improve fire protection, suppression activities, prevention, and to acquire and maintain equipment or apparatus, and to increase our medical and rescue services, (3) Increase the appropriations limit by the increase of revenue by the tax?

Measure O. Fire Equipment Tax Levy -- City of Fort Bragg
Pass: 1394 / 77.92% Yes votes ...... 395 / 22.08% No votes
To maintain the City's fire suppression capabilities and its program to replace fire trucks and equipment on a schedule that keeps response times low, with positive effects on property owner insurance rates, shall the expiring Fire Equipment Tax Levy be extended for 10 years and the rate increased to $22 per parcel with all revenue restricted to those local purposes?

Measure P. Extension of Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Ukiah
Pass: 2660 / 76.00% Yes votes ...... 840 / 24.00% No votes
Shall the one-half of one percent (0.5%) transaction and use tax used to fund essential public services, including police, fire prevention and protection, and emergency medical services, set to expire on September 25, 2015, be extended by Ordinance No. 1149 until repealed by majority vote in a municipal election?

Measure Q. Bonds -- Laytonville Unified School District
Pass: 610 / 68.69% Yes votes ...... 278 / 31.31% No votes
To upgrade and modernize Laytonville schools, repair and replace the oldest parts of the elementary school, increase efficiency and install renewable energy upgrades to reduce operating costs, improve access to modern technology, and construct, acquire, and repair classrooms, sites, facilities and equipment, shall Laytonville Unified School District issue $5,500,000 in bonds at legal rates, with no money for administrators' salaries, annual financial audits, and independent citizens' oversight to ensure funds are only spent improving local schools?

Measure R. Appointed City Treasurer -- City of Point Arena
Pass: 63 / 61.76% Yes votes ...... 39 / 38.24% No votes
Shall the office of City Treasurer be appointive?

Measure S. Hydraulic Fracturing -- County of Mendocino
Pass: 16526 / 69.52% Yes votes ...... 7246 / 30.48% No votes
Shall the ordinance, which is titled An Initiative to Assert the Right of Residents of Mendocino County in Order to Secure Clean Water, Air and Soil and Freedom From Chemical Trespass, Which Would Ban Hydraulic Fracturing, Directional and Horizontal Drilling, and Waste Injection Wells in the County of Mendocino and Invalidates Any and All Laws Contrary to this Purpose to the Extent They Effect the County of Mendocino, be adopted?

Measure X. Bonds -- Southern Humboldt Unified School District
Pass: 28 / 56.00% Yes votes ...... 22 / 44.00% No votes
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair/replace leaky roofs; modernize outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; repair aging plumbing systems; improve student access to computers and modern technology; upgrade electrical systems; and make health/safety improvements; shall the Southern Humboldt Joint Unified School District issue $10,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have NO money used for salaries, with all funds staying local?

Monterey County
Measure A. School Bonds -- Pacific Grove Unified School District
Pass: 4,020 / 59.79% Yes votes ...... 2,704 / 40.21% No votes
To increase student access to computers; maintain and upgrade educational software; keep pace with 21st century technological innovations; and significantly reduce borrowing costs, shall Pacific Grove Unified School District issue $18 million of short-term bonds with the interest rates at or below the legal limit, independent citizen oversight, and no money for administrator/teacher salaries, so long as all funds are spent locally and cannot be taken by the State?

Measure B. School Bonds -- Salinas Union High School District
Pass: 14,730 / 60.30% Yes votes ...... 9,698 / 39.70% No votes
Local High Schools Improvement Measure. To upgrade classrooms, science labs, career-training facilities, libraries/computer systems to keep pace with technology, repair deteriorating roofs, plumbing/electrical systems, improve student safety/campus security, acquire, renovate, construct/equip classrooms, sites/facilities relieving overcrowding, providing students with required education/training needed to succeed in college/careers, shall Salinas Union High School District issue $128,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with independent citizen oversight, no money for administrators, all money staying local?

Measure C. School Bonds -- Greenfield Union Elementary School District
Pass: 1,014 / 62.36% Yes votes ...... 612 / 37.64% No votes
To add new elementary school classrooms at Mary Chapa School to support math, science, reading and writing programs, relieve school overcrowding, improve campus safety and security, to provide updated classroom computers/instructional technology for quality 21st Century education, and to construct, acquire, repair classrooms, facilities and equipment, shall Greenfield Union Elementary School District issue $10 million in bonds which cannot be taken by the State, at legal rates, with citizen oversight, independent financial audits, and all funds staying local?

Measure D. School Bonds -- Greenfield Union Elementary School District
Pass: 987 / 60.81% Yes votes ...... 636 / 39.19% No votes
To construct a multi-purpose classroom, a library/media center and restrooms at Mary Chapa School, provide updated classroom computers/instructional technology for quality 21st Century education, acquire land for a new school, and to construct, acquire, repair classrooms, sites, facilities and equipment, shall Greenfield Union Elementary School District issue $10 million in bonds which cannot be taken by the State, at legal rates, with citizen oversight, independent financial audits, and all funds staying local?

Measure L. School Bonds -- San Luis Obispo County Community College District
Pass: 36,887 / 61.7% Yes votes ...... 22,855 / 38.3% No votes
   36773 (61.73%) Yes / 22798 (38.27%) No in San Luis Obispo County
   114 (66.67%) Yes / 57 (33.33%) No in Monterey County
CUESTA COLLEGE AFFORDABLE EDUCATION, JOB TRAINING/ CAMPUS REPAIR MEASURE. To repair, construct/acquire facilities, sites/equipment, prepare students/returning veterans for universities/good paying jobs, address severe budget cuts by updating aging classrooms, improving/maintaining nursing, paramedic, 9-1-1 medical training, welding, engineering, automotive, early childhood education/other career education programs, repairing deteriorating gas/electrical lines, upgrading technology, shall San Luis Obispo County Community College District issue $275,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring citizens' oversight, independent audits, all funds used locally?

Measure T. School Bonds -- West Hills Community College District
Pass: 3,215 / 61.1% Yes votes ...... 2,051 / 38.9% No votes
   3211 (61.03%) Yes / 2050 (38.97%) No in Fresno County
   4 (80.00%) Yes / 1 (20.00%) No in Monterey County
To increase student access to computers; maintain and upgrade educational software; keep pace with 21st century technological innovations; and significantly reduce borrowing costs, shall West Hills Community College District issue $20,000,000 of short-term bonds with the interest rates at or below the legal limit, independent citizen oversight, and no money for administrator/teacher salaries, so long as all funds are spent locally and cannot be taken by the State?

Measure E. Transient Occupancy Tax -- City of Marina
Pass: 2,903 / 73.31% Yes votes ...... 1,057 / 26.69% No votes
Shall the City of Marina's Municipal Code be amended to eliminate the temporary increase in the existing transient occupancy tax rate from ten percent (10%) to twelve percent (12%) and to make permanent the increase from ten percent (10%) to twelve percent (12%) to continue preserving funds for general City services such as police, fire, street repair, park maintenance, and recreation and community programs?

Measure F. Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Marina
Pass: 3,086 / 77.46% Yes votes ...... 898 / 22.54% No votes
To continue preserving funds for general city services, including maintaining firefighters and police officers for adequate emergency response, reducing crime and criminal gang and drug activity, maintaining city streets and parks, and youth after school programs; shall the City of Marina adopt an ordinance extending the temporary one cent transactions and use (sales) tax to automatically expire on March 31, 2026.

Measure G. Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Salinas
Pass: 11,227 / 62.41% Yes votes ...... 6,762 / 37.59% No votes
To improve our quality of life, maintain and enhance city services and facilities, including: crime and gang prevention; neighborhood policing and school safety; safety inspections; police, fire and paramedic response; fixing potholes, streets, and sidewalks; recreation and programs for youth and seniors; and other city services, shall the City of Salinas enact a one cent sales tax, that can't be taken by the State, with citizens' oversight, annual independent audits, with all funds dedicated to Salinas?

Measure H. Utility Users Tax -- City of Salinas
Pass: 10,807 / 61.14% Yes votes ...... 6,869 / 38.86% No votes
Shall the Utility Users Tax Ordinance be amended to reduce the tax on telecommunications and video users from 6 percent to 5 percent; exempt seniors; modernize the ordinance to include wireless and other technologies and treat taxpayers the same regardless of technology; help fund essential city services including: public safety, fire protection, youth programs, parks and recreation, and street repairs and maintenance, and all money staying local for services and facilities in the City of Salinas?

Measure I. Temporary Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Soledad
Pass: 896 / 63.19% Yes votes ...... 522 / 36.81% No votes
Shall Chapter 3.09 of the Soledad Municipal Code be amended to extend the existing five (5) year term of the City's one percent (1%) Temporary Transactions and Use Tax by fifteen (15) years, to 2032, to continue to fund essential services such as police, fire, emergency response, street maintenance, park & recreation and other general government services, subject to review by a Citizens Oversight Committee, annual independent audits, and exclusive use by the City?

Measure J. Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Sand City
Pass: 46 / 58.97% Yes votes ...... 32 / 41.03% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted to increase the rate of a transactions and use tax on the retail sale of goods in Sand City used for general City purposes, from one-half of one percent to one percent?

Measure K. Temporary Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Gonzales
Pass: 596 / 66.67% Yes votes ...... 298 / 33.33% No votes
To protect essential services, such as public safety and street and park repairs, initiate work on desired facilities like the community center and pool, continue the development of innovative programs for economic growth and youth, adult and senior activities, and address unanticipated debt, shall Gonzales enact a one-half percent (.50%) transactions and use tax, for ten (10) years, reviewed by a citizen's oversight committee and annual independent audit, for use exclusively in Gonzales?

Measure M. Sales Tax -- City of King
Pass: 670 / 63.15% Yes votes ...... 391 / 36.85% No votes
To address the City of King financial situation, improve city finances and improve the services to the city residents, shall the City of King establish a ½ cent sales tax legally ending in 7 years, with independent citizen oversight, regular audits and no funding for salary or benefit increases for current employees?

Measure N. Public Safety, Recreation, Public Works and Fiscal Stability -- City of King
Pass: 738 / 70.22% Yes votes ...... 313 / 29.78% No votes
If the City's General Sales Tax Measure should pass, the council shall utilize the revenue in the following manner:
  • 50% - Public Safety (Police, Fire, Recreation)
  • 30% - Money Management (Debt Reduction & Reserves)
  • 10% - Communication
  • 10% - Appearance

None of the funds generated shall be used to provide salary or benefit increases to existing staff. An independent oversight board shall be appointed by the Mayor, with the Council's concurrence, to make recommendations to the Council on the expenditure of funds.

Measure P. Special Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Monterey
Pass: 5,031 / 74.34% Yes votes ...... 1,737 / 25.66% No votes
Shall the City of Monterey address significant deferred maintenance by fixing streets, sidewalks, and potholes; improve related access and safety for senior citizens, disabled residents, and others; and repair its 100-year-old storm drain system to protect our beaches/Monterey Bay, by enacting a one cent per dollar transactions and use ("sales") tax to sunset in 4 years, with all revenue exclusively applied to these specific purposes, subject to citizen oversight and annual financial/performance audits?

Measure Q. Transactions and Use Tax -- Monterey-Salinas Transit District
Pass: 52,209 / 72.56% Yes votes ...... 19,747 / 27.44% No votes
Shall Monterey-Salinas Transit, also known as MST, provide, maintain and protect transit services for Monterey County senior citizens, veterans and people with disabilities, including trips to vital medical appointments and veterans' job training/placement services, by enacting a one-eighth of one cent per dollar sales tax, to replace eliminated federal and state funding with local revenue to be dedicated only to these specific purposes, subject to citizen oversight and annual independent financial and performance audits?

Measure R. Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Del Rey Oaks
Pass: 371 / 63.75% Yes votes ...... 211 / 36.25% No votes
To preserve essential city services and facilities in Del Rey Oaks, including crime prevention and emergency response; repair of streets and sidewalks; and other city services; shall the City of Del Rey Oaks increase the transactions and use tax by an additional one half of one percent (.50%) to provide an on-going source of local funds to be used only in Del Rey Oaks, the proceeds of said tax to be utilized for general governmental purposes, protected from State takeways?

Orange County
Measure E. Authorize Fair Political Practices Commission to Enforce County Campaign Finance Rules -- County of Orange
Pass: 300,263 / 56.6% Yes votes ...... 229,970 / 43.4% No votes
Shall the Orange County Campaign Reform Ordinance be amended to authorize the Fair Political Practices Commission to be the civil prosecutor of the Ordinance and to add administrative enforcement to the Ordinance?

Measure G. Prohibit Supervisor Election Loser From Taking Office As Supervisor -- County of Orange
Pass: 377,106 / 70.6% Yes votes ...... 157,394 / 29.4% No votes
Shall the Charter of the County of Orange be amended to change the method for filling vacancies on the Board of Supervisors?

Measure H. Classroom and School Safety Bond Measure -- Anaheim Union High School District
Pass: 30,238 / 59.1% Yes votes ...... 20,939 / 40.9% No votes
To improve neighborhood schools, by repairing classrooms and labs, including leaky roofs, decaying walls, deteriorating restrooms, and accessibility for disabled students; upgrading basic infrastructure and utilities, including drinking water, sewer, and gas; enhancing safety and security, including fire safety and security systems; and acquiring, upgrading, and constructing 21st century classrooms, schools, sites, and support facilities, shall Anaheim Union High School District issue $249 million of bonds at legal rates, with audits, citizen oversight, and no funds for administrator salaries?

Measure I. Improve Our Excellent Local High Schools -- Fullerton Joint Union High School District
Pass: 25,415 / 58.6% Yes votes ...... 17,938 / 41.4% No votes
   23,257 (59.0%) Yes / 16,191 (41.0%) No in Orange County
   2,158 (55.26%) Yes / 1,747 (44.74%) No in Los Angeles County
Shall the Fullerton Joint Union High School District (the "District") be authorized to sell up to $175,000,000 in bonds of the District for the specific school facilities projects listed in the Bond Project List established by the District, as described in the proposition?

Measure J. Fullerton/Cypress Colleges Repair and Student/ Veteran Job Training -- North Orange County Community College District
84,780 / 55.0% Yes votes ...... 69,338 / 45.0% No votes
   82,751 (55.1%) Yes / 67,420 (44.9%) No in Orange County
   2,029 (51.41%) Yes / 1,918 (48.59%) No in Los Angeles County
To upgrade nursing, science, technology, engineering, math/technical job training facilities, repair decaying walls/leaky roofs, update outdated computer technology, fire safety/electrical systems, ensure disabled accessibility, repair, construct, acquire facilities, sites/equipment so local students/returning veterans are prepared for universities/jobs, shall North Orange County Community College District issue $574,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with audits, oversight and NO money for administrators' salaries, pensions or Sacramento?

Measure K. Critical Upgrades and Repairs for Quality High Schools -- Orange Unified School District
Fail: 25,992 / 54.6% Yes votes ...... 21,613 / 45.4% No votes
To repair or replace aging, outdated high school classrooms/science labs with safe, modern facilities and maintain the quality of education, upgrade career-training facilities, libraries, and computer systems to keep pace with technology, improve student safety/campus security, acquire, construct, repair schools, facilities/equipment to provide students with the education and training needed to succeed in college/careers, shall Orange Unified School District issue $296 million in bonds at legal rates, with independent citizen oversight, no money for administrator salaries, and all money staying local?

Measure L. Require City Council Members Be Residents of and Elected By Districts -- City of Anaheim
Pass: 30,873 / 68.8% Yes votes ...... 13,981 / 31.2% No votes
Shall the proposed Charter Amendment be adopted to change the method of electing City Council members (except the Mayor) by amending the City Charter to require: (i) City Council member election from residency districts by voters of that district; (ii) the City Council to establish and periodically adjust district boundaries, and (iii) amendments to the Charter for City Council eligibility and filling vacancies? This Charter amendment measure does not give the Council the power to raise its compensation or that of city officials without voter approval.

Measure M. Increase City Council Members to Six -- City of Anaheim
Pass: 23,752 / 54.2% Yes votes ...... 20,103 / 45.8% No votes
Shall the City Charter be amended to increase the number of City Council members from four (plus the Mayor) to six (plus the Mayor); provide for election to fill newly created Council seats and thereafter stagger Council terms so that every two years, three of the Council members stand for election; and amend the City Charter to reflect the increase in Council membership in various provisions where there is a Council decision or action requiring a specified number of Council member votes? This amendment does not give the City Council power to raise its compensation or that of other City officials without voter approval.

Measure N. Anaheim Local Services -- City of Anaheim
Fail: 21,413 / 49.9% Yes votes ...... 21,535 / 50.1% No votes
Shall the City Charter be amended to: update language regarding financial reserves, reaffirm and authorize the transfer of money to the City's general fund to support general City services pursuant to Article XIII C, section 2, subdivision (b) of the California Constitution, remove unnecessary language that duplicates a requirement of the California Constitution, and authorize programs to assist non-residential and residential customers? This amendment does not give the City Council power to raise its compensation or that of other City officials without voter approval.

Measure O. Proposed Charter Establishing Home Rule -- City of Costa Mesa
Fail: 6,994 / 36.7% Yes votes ...... 12,084 / 63.3% No votes
Shall the City of Costa Mesa establish home rule by adopting the proposed charter as approved by the City Council?

Measure P. Should Toll Lanes Be Built on the I-405 Freeway? -- City of Costa Mesa
Pass: 10,558 / 54.5% Yes votes ...... 8,806 / 45.5% No votes
Do you agree with the Costa Mesa City Council, which unanimously opposes the establishment of toll lanes on the I-405 Freeway in Orange County?

Measure Q. Rezones 9470 Moody St. From PS-1A to PC-14 In Compliance With Measure D -- City of Cypress
Fail: 5,212 / 47.8% Yes votes ...... 5,686 / 52.2% No votes
Shall the ordinance ADOPTING ZONE CHANGE NO. 2014-03 AND THE HARMONY 2015 SPECIFIC PLAN, CHANGING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 9470 MOODY STREET FROM PS-1A PUBLIC & SEMI-PUBLIC TO PC PLANNED COMMUNITY (PC-14) be approved?

Measure R. Rezones 6.8 Acres At 8721 Cypress Ave. From PS-1A to PC-13 In Compliance With Measure D -- City of Cypress
Pass: 6,272 / 56.9% Yes votes ...... 4,747 / 43.1% No votes
Shall the ordinance ADOPTING ZONE CHANGE NO. 2014-02 AND THE MACKAY PLACE SPECIFIC PLAN, CHANGING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF 6.8 ACRES OF THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 8721 CYPRESS AVENUE FROM PS-1A PUBLIC & SEMI-PUBLIC TO PC PLANNED COMMUNITY (PC-13) be approved?

Measure S. Hotel & Transient Occupancy Tax Increase -- City of Fountain Valley
Fail: 5,850 / 39.5% Yes votes ...... 8,945 / 60.5% No votes
Shall the transient occupancy tax of the City of Fountain Valley be increased from the current 9% to 10%?

Measure T. Safe and Sane Fireworks -- City of Huntington Beach
Pass: 31,512 / 61.4% Yes votes ...... 19,796 / 38.6% No votes
Shall it be lawful to possess, sell, display, use or discharge within the City, those fireworks that are defined and classified as Safe and Sane Fireworks (a.k.a. "state-approved fireworks") in the California State Fireworks Law (Sections 12500 et seq. of the Health and Safety Code and the relevant sections of Code of Regulations Title 19, Subchapter 6) subject to regulation by City Council?

Measure V. Orange County Great Park Fiscal Transparency and Reforms Act -- City of Irvine
Pass: 34,846 / 88.7% Yes votes ...... 4,430 / 11.3% No votes
Shall the Orange County Great Park Fiscal Transparency and Reforms Ordinance be adopted?

Measure W. Term Limits -- City of Irvine
Pass: 29,361 / 74.6% Yes votes ...... 9,986 / 25.4% No votes
Shall the ordinance specifying lifetime term limits for City Council members and for the Mayor be adopted?

Measure X. Establishing A Three-Term Term Limit for the Mayor and City Council Members -- City of Lake Forest
Pass: 12,534 / 77.2% Yes votes ...... 3,693 / 22.8% No votes
Shall the Ordinance of the City of Lake Forest which would add Section 2.04.080 to the Lake Forest Municipal Code be adopted? Section 2.04.080 would establish a three four-year term limit for the Mayor and City Council Members.

Measure Y. Amendment of the Newport Beach General Plan, Land Use Element -- City of Newport Beach
Fail: 8,180 / 30.8% Yes votes ...... 18,401 / 69.2% No votes
Shall the Land Use Element of the General Plan be amended to reduce non-residential development, such as office, retail, and visitor accommodations, currently authorized under the existing General Plan, but allow for more residential development. Also, average daily vehicle trips are expected to be reduced.

Measure Z. Initiative to Change Zoning Classification of Former Nissan Site -- City of Rancho Santa Margarita
Fail: 5,149 / 45.4% Yes votes ...... 6,183 / 54.6% No votes
Shall the proposed initiative be adopted to change the zoning of the site of the former Nissan automobile dealership located at 29901 Santa Margarita Parkway in the City of Rancho Santa Margarita from a classification of Auto Center/Auto Center Overlay ("AC/AC-O") to Commercial General/ Auto Center Overlay ("CG/AC-O")?

Measure AA. Modernization of Utility User Tax -- City of Santa Ana
Pass: 24,845 / 75.7% Yes votes ...... 7,955 / 24.3% No votes
Shall the ordinance authorizing an amendment to the City's Utility Users Tax (`'UUT") Ordinance (Santa Ana Municipal Code, Chapter 35, Article VI) be approved? This measure will 1) modernize the City's UUT as it relates to telecommunications; 2) will reduce the UUT across the board from the rate of six percent (6%) down to five and one-half percent (5%) of all charges made for telecommunication, electricity, gas and water services; and 3) eliminates exemptions, including a maximum tax cap of $11,000 so that all taxpayers are treated equally?

Measure BB. City Establishment of Medical Marijuana Collectives -- City of Santa Ana
Pass: 22,147 / 65.9% Yes votes ...... 11,482 / 34.1% No votes
Shall the ordinance amending chapter 18 of the municipal code to delete and replace article xiii, to delete section 41-121, delete subsection (b) of section 41-144, and amend article xii of chapter 21 by adding sections 21-126, 21-127, 21-128, 21-129 and 21-130 to regulate the establishment, operation and taxation of medical marijuana collectives and cooperatives be adopted?

Measure CC. Medical Cannabis Restriction and Limitation Initiative -- City of Santa Ana
Pass: 18,090 / 54.7% Yes votes ...... 14,987 / 45.3% No votes
Shall the Medical Cannabis Restriction and Limitation Initiative ordinance seeking 1) to eliminate an existing City ordinance prohibiting the sale of medical marijuana from store-front dispensaries and 2) to replace it with a new ordinance which does all of the following: 1) Permits medical marijuana collectives and cooperatives in the C1, C4, C5, M1 and P& C-SM zones; 2) Requires an administrative registration process; 3) Requires payment of a business tax of $20.00 for each $1,000 of gross receipts; 4) Prohibits collectives and cooperatives in all residential zones; 5) Prohibits collectives and cooperatives from locating within 600 feet of public and private K-12th grade schools; 6) Establishes a formula of one (1) collective or cooperative for every 15,000 people, but in no case shall there be less than 22 collectives/ cooperatives; 7) Requires lighting and alarm systems for security; 8) Prohibits collectives and cooperatives from also possessing an Alcohol and Beverage Control license; 9) Contains signage restrictions; and 10) Requires compliance with the 2008 Attorney General Guidelines for the Security and Non-Diversion of Marijuana Grown for Medical Use be adopted?

Measure DD. Utility User Tax (UUT) Modernization/Tax Reduction -- City of Seal Beach
Pass: 7,418 / 80.2% Yes votes ...... 1,833 / 19.8% No votes
Shall the City's Utility User Tax ("UUT") be lowered and the UUT ordinance be modernized to apply equally to all telecommunication services regardless of the type of technology used be approved?

Measure EE. Appoint the City Clerk -- City of Seal Beach
Pass: 4,772 / 52.3% Yes votes ...... 4,350 / 47.7% No votes
Shall the City Charter be amended to specify that the position of City Clerk would be appointed, not elected? The City Council will have the option of determining whether the City Council or the City Manager would have the authority to appoint the City Clerk.

Measure GG. Public Safety and Essential City Services Protection -- City of Stanton
Pass: 2,543 / 54.9% Yes votes ...... 2,092 / 45.1% No votes
Shal an ordinance adding Chapter 3.05 to the stanton municipal code to impose a transactions and use tax to be administered by the State Board of Equalization be adopted?

Measure HH. Increase In Hotel Room Tax -- City of Tustin
Pass: 5,724 / 52.9% Yes votes ...... 5,102 / 47.1% No votes
Shall an ordinance amending sections 2702 and 2703 of Chapter 7 of Article 2 of the Tustin city code concerning the uniform transient occupancy tax be adopted?

Measure II. Safe & Sane Fireworks -- City of Villa Park
Pass: 1,436 / 56.4% Yes votes ...... 1,109 / 43.6% No votes
Shall the measure to permit the purchase, sale, and use of Safe and Sane Fireworks in the City, subject to the rules and regulations established by the City Council be adopted? Specifically, this ballot measure proposes to add Section 11-2.05 to Article 11-2 of the Villa Park Municipal Code, which would permit the purchase, sale, and use of Safe and Sane Fireworks in the City subject to the rules and regulations established by the City Council.

Measure JJ. Eliminating Pension and Health Care Benefits for Future City Council Member Terms -- City of Yorba Linda
Pass: 16,061 / 85.5% Yes votes ...... 2,714 / 14.5% No votes
Shall the ordinance eliminating future City Council member pension and health care benefits be adopted?

Placer County
Measure A. School Bonds -- Western Placer Unified School District
Pass: 10742 / 61.67% Yes votes ...... 6676 / 38.33% No votes
To protect quality education, shall Western Placer Unified School District construct a new high school, and improve Lincoln High School by updating/replacing aging classrooms and support facilities, and instructional technology needed for improved teaching, replacing portable classrooms, repairing/replacing roofs, worn-out floors, electrical systems, seismic upgrades and improving energy efficiency to save money and support instruction by issuing $60,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with independent oversight, no money for administrators and all money staying local?

Measure B. Charter Amendment -- County of Placer
Pass: 66902 / 62.62% Yes votes ...... 39935 / 37.38% No votes
In order to provide an effective representative government, restrict future pay increases, pension and healthcare costs, shall Placer County amend Article II, Section 207 of the County Charter to limit the Board of Supervisors salary to no more than the average salary of County Supervisors in the neighboring Counties of El Dorado, Nevada, and Sacramento, with any change in this methodology subject to a vote of the citizens of Placer County?

Measure E. School Bond -- Tahoe Truckee Unified School Improvement District 2
Pass: 1934 / 60.66% Yes votes ...... 1254 / 39.34% No votes
To improve Tahoe area schools with local funding that the State cannot take away, repair/replace roofs, plumbing and electrical systems, provide classrooms, science labs and technology meeting modern academic safety standards and providing a wellrounded education, construct, equip, repair, acquire school facilities/equipment to prepare students for college/high-demand jobs, shall Schools Facilities Improvement District No. 2 of the Tahoe-Truckee Unified School District issue $62,000,000 in bonds at legal rates with independent audits, citizen oversight, and no funds for administrators' salaries?

Measure U. School Bond -- Tahoe Truckee Unified School Improvement District 1
Fail: 318 / 53.72% Yes votes ...... 274 / 46.28% No votes
To improve Truckee area schools with funding that the State cannot take away, repair/replace roofs, plumbing and electrical systems, help local schools qualify for State matching funds, and construct, equip, repair/acquire classrooms, science labs, career technical education facilities to provide a well-rounded education and prepare students for college/high-demand jobs, shall Schools Facilities Improvement District No. 1 of the Tahoe-Truckee Unified School District issue $114,000,000 in bonds at legal rates with independent audits, citizen oversight, and no funds for administrators' salaries?

Measure W. School Bonds -- East Nicolaus Joint Union High School District
Fail: 18 / 48.65% Yes votes ...... 19 / 51.35% No votes
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair or replace leaky roofs; modernize outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; replace outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; make health and safety improvements; and replace temporary portables with permanent classrooms; shall the East Nicolaus High School District issue $4,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have NO money used for administrative salaries?

Riverside County
Measure G. Proposal to Increase Transient Occupancy Tax -- City of Palm Desert
Fail: 5,063 / 42.93% Yes votes ...... 6,731 / 57.07% No votes
Shall Ordinance No. 1270 be adopted to approve an increase in the City's Transient Occupancy Tax from the current rate of nine percent (9%) to a rate of eleven percent (11%)?

Measure H. Allocate Revenue for Marketing Campaign? -- City of Palm Desert
Fail: 3,935 / 34.22% Yes votes ...... 7,565 / 65.78% No votes
If the City of Palm Desert's Transient Tax, as set forth in Chapter 328 of the Palm Desert Municipal Code is increased from 9% to 11%, should the City solely allocate the additional revenue for promotional efforts, including advertising, public relations, special event publicity, marketing collateral development, the City's BrightSide newsletter, and the official Palm Desert tourism website to maintain a consistent image for the City's local, regional, and national marketing campaign?

Measure I. Setting City Councilmember Term Limits -- City of Moreno Valley
Pass: 16,488 / 79.17% Yes votes ...... 4,339 / 20.83% No votes
Shall an ordinance be enacted to adopt term limits upon the members of the Moreno Valley City Council, preventing any person who serves three (3) successive terms from serving again until an intervening period of two (2) years has elapsed?

Measure J. General Tax on Mining, Extraction and Processing -- City of Banning
Pass: 3,445 / 53.06% Yes votes ...... 3,048 / 46.94% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted establishing a general mining tax of 80 cents per ton upon the excavation and processing of rock material, and placing the proceeds of these taxes in the City's general fund to be spent for general governmental purposes, which includes police, fire, and maintaining streets and public areas, a well as to pay for studying, correcting and reducing the effects of mining on residents and businesses?

Measure K. Mayor's Salary -- City of Menifee
Pass: 9,441 / 60.31% Yes votes ...... 6,213 / 39.69% No votes
Shall measure "CC" be amended to provide that compensation for the Mayor of the City of Menifee be set at the same level as that of all other members of the City Council plus $100 per month subject to adjustment on an annual basis at the same rate as that permitted for members of the City Council?

Measure L. La Sierra Lands -- City of Riverside
Fail: 18,209 / 42.80% Yes votes ...... 24,338 / 57.20% No votes
Shall Proposition "R", Measure "C", the City of Riverside's General Plan 2025 and Title 19 (Zoning) of the Riverside Municipal Code be amended, and the Rancho La Sierra Specific Plan be repealed to permanently preserve the La Sierra Hills as open space and allow restricted residential development on the La Sierra Lands?

Measure M. Local School Improvements -- Moreno Valley Unified School District
Pass: 12,348 / 64.06% Yes votes ...... 6,928 / 35.94% No votes
To upgrade classrooms, science labs, career-training facilities and computer systems to keep pace with technology, fix aging classrooms/schools, improve student safety and security, repair, construct, acquire classrooms, facilities, sites/equipment, prepare students for success in college/high-demand jobs, protect instruction in math, science, technology and the trades, shall Moreno Valley Unified School District issue $398,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with mandatory audits, independent citizen oversight, no funds for administrator salaries, and all money staying local?

Measure N. Tax Marijuana Collectives and Dispensaries -- City of Cathedral City
Pass: 5,765 / 71.67% Yes votes ...... 2,279 / 28.33% No votes
To help fund general municipal services, including but not limited to police protection and crime suppression services, emergency medical services, park, recreation, and library facilities and services, and general improvements throughout the City, shall an ordinance to impose a tax at the rate of up to fifteen cents per each one dollar of proceeds or fractional part thereof on marijuana collectives and dispensaries operating in Cathedral city be adopted?

Measure O. Vital Services -- City of Indio
Pass: 9,157 / 79.49% Yes votes ...... 2,363 / 20.51% No votes
To maintain community safety/quality neighborhoods by retaining police, firefighters and paramedics; replacing outdated fire trucks/ambulances; and maintaining 9-1-1 emergency response times, youth/senior services, parks and other general city services shall an ordinance be adopted updating Indio's existing transient occupancy tax, paid only by overnight hotel/lodging guests, be set at a uniform thirteen percent for all hotels (including campgrounds/vehicle parks), with annual independent audits?

Measure P. Affordable Education/Job Training -- Palo Verde Community College District
Pass: 2,047 / 59.6% Yes votes ...... 1,387 / 40.4% No votes
   1,516 (62.90%) Yes / 894 (37.10%) No in Riverside County
   531 (51.86%) Yes / 493 (48.14%) No in San Bernardino County
To upgrade classrooms, prepare students for four-year universities/high-skilled good paying jobs, improve facilities for career technical education, support veterans, nursing, agriculture programs, shall Palo Verde Community College District provide affordable local education, reduce campus construction debt to save money, repair, upgrade facilities/acquire equipment by issuing $12,500,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring citizens' oversight, annual audits, no funds taken by the State and all funds used locally?

Measure Q. Voter Approval Needed to Add Lanes to Hwy 111 -- City of Indian Wells
Pass: 1,368 / 73.47% Yes votes ...... 494 / 26.53% No votes
Shall Section 2.08.170 be added to the Indian Wells Municipal Code to prohibit the City Council from taking any action which has the effect of allowing more than two through lanes in each direction on State Highway 111, unless approved by majority of City voters, except for lanes for bicycles, left and right turns, publicly owned and operated transit vehicles, and certain short acceleration or deceleration lanes from private property and residential complexes?

Measure R. City Council Election by District; Mayor at Large -- City of Moreno Valley
Pass: 15,312 / 74.37% Yes votes ...... 5,278 / 25.63% No votes
Shall members of the City Council of Moreno Valley be elected by districts described in Ordinance 879, and the Mayor of the City of Moreno Valley be elected on a citywide basis by the voters of the entire city?

Measure S. 2 Year Term of Office -- City of Moreno Valley
Pass: 12,758 / 62.46% Yes votes ...... 7,668 / 37.54% No votes
Shall the term of office of mayor be two years?

Measure T. Four-Year Term for Mayor -- City of Moreno Valley
Fail: 7,537 / 37.21% Yes votes ...... 12,718 / 62.79% No votes
Shall the term of office of mayor be four years?

Measure U. 1% Transactions & Use Tax Rate -- City of Coachella
Pass: 1,605 / 50.68% Yes votes ...... 1,562 / 49.32% No votes
Shall the City of Coachella establish a retail transactions and use tax at the rate of one percent (1%) to maintain funding for general City services, including public safety, streets and public works, and parks/community services; provided that most of the tax is collected from non-Coachella residents, and no further rate increases without voter approval?

Measure V. Extend Term for Office for Mayor -- City of Coachella
Fail: 1,188 / 38.19% Yes votes ...... 1,923 / 61.81% No votes
Shall the term for the office of the Mayor be extended from two to four years?

Measure W. Sales Tax Increase -- City of Blythe
Fail: 671 / 36.15% Yes votes ...... 1,185 / 63.85% No votes
Shall the City of Blythe increase its sales tax by one-half of one percent (0.5%) for a period of five years?

Measure X. Transit Occupancy Tax Increase -- City of Blythe
Fail: 836 / 45.56% Yes votes ...... 999 / 54.44% No votes
Shall the City of Blythe increase its transit occupancy tax (TOT) by 3%, to bring its transit occupancy tax to a rate of 13%, for a period of five years?

Measure Y. Use of City Funds -- City of Blythe
Pass: 1,033 / 56.54% Yes votes ...... 794 / 43.46% No votes
Shall road improvements and maintenance, the fire department, the police department, city promotion, community center enhancements, recreation center enhancements, and code enforcement (enhancing the appearance) be given priority in receipt of additional revenue generated, if either measure "W"(Sales Tax 0.5% Increase) or Measure "X" (Transit Occupancy Tax 3% Increase) or, if both of them, is/are approved by the voters?

Measure Z. Addressing Medical Cannabis Business -- City of Blythe
Fail: 835 / 45.26% Yes votes ...... 1,010 / 54.74% No votes
Shall Ordinance No. 866-14 that would authorize and regulate medical cannabis businesses; charge each medical cannabis business a maximum of $10,000 per year for each business license issued; and tax each medical cannabis business at the maximum rate of fifteen cents for each $1.00 of proceeds collected and at a maximum monthly rate of $10 a square foot of cannabis cultivated, be adopted?

Measure AA. Expand and Repair Facilities -- Mount San Jacinto Community College District
Pass: 76,993 / 58.82% Yes votes ...... 53,904 / 41.18% No votes
To expand college buildings serving four-year university transfer, veterans' education, and career training, by expanding career/support facilities for veterans/military, ensuring buildings are accessible for the disabled, upgrading nursing, emergency responder, criminal justice, vocational job training classrooms, updating science labs, electrical systems, technology infrastructure, acquiring, constructing, and repairing classrooms, facilities, sites/equipment, shall Mt. San Jacinto Community College District issue $295,000,000 in bonds at legal rates with annual financial audits, citizens' oversight of funds, all funds remaining local?

Measure BB. Education Technology and School Facilities Improvements -- Murrieta Valley Unified School District
To upgrade outdated Murieta K12 classrooms, labs, career-training facilities and education technology, rehabilitate deteriorated roofs, plumbing,electrical, lighting, HVAC, flooring, buildings and grounds, acquire/construct/equip sites, classrooms, and facilities, upgrade safety/security systems and improve science, technology, engineering, and math instructional facilities, shall Murieta Valley Unified School District issue $98,000.000 of bonds at legal rates, with independent citizen oversight, no money for administrator salaries, and all funds benefitting Murieta Valley K12 schools?

Measure CC. City Services Stability -- City of San Jacinto
Fail: 2,608 / 47.71% Yes votes ...... 2,858 / 52.29% No votes
To maintain current police, firefighter and paramedic service levels, maintain 9-1-1 emergency response times, maintain operational levels for existing neighborhood fire stations, parks, community buildings and infrastructure, and create jobs; shall the City of Jacinto establish a 6.5% Utility Users Tax for 10 years on utility services within the City, while exempting low-income seniors, requiring annual audits and allowing no tax rate increase without voter approval?

Measure DD. Local Control/Fiscal Accountability -- City of Canyon Lake
Pass: 1,540 / 50.79% Yes votes ...... 1,492 / 49.21% No votes
To maintain Canyon Lake as an independent City providing effective 911, paramedic, firefighter services; maintaining sheriffs deputies/staffing levels; keeping Canyon Lake Fire Station open; preserving local control over land use decisions; maintaining Railroad Canyon Road/other city services, shall the City of Canyon Lake establish a 3.95% utility users' tax for 6 years, requiring no tax increase without voter approval; annual, published independent audits, and no money for Sacramento?

Measure EE. 21st Century Readiness Job Training, Upgrade & Repair Measure -- Jurupa Unified School District
Pass: 5,824 / 60.81% Yes votes ...... 3,754 / 39.19% No votes
Shall Jurupa Unified School District upgrade career training and instructional technology, improve vocational facilities, science and computer labs for modern careers and skilled trades, improve school safety and security, repair aging classrooms, roofs, restrooms and electrical systems, by issuing $144 million of bonds, at legal interest rates, with annual financial audits, independent citizens' oversight, with all funds staying local and no money for administrators' salaries or pensions?"

Measure GG. Bond -- Corona-Norco Unified School District
Pass: 20,876 / 57.02% Yes votes ...... 15,734 / 42.98% No votes
Shall Corona Norco Unified School District, serving areas of Corona, Norco and Eastvale, upgrade classrooms, science labs, computers, careertraining technology to support high-quality instruction in math, science, engineering, technology/skilled trades, repair/replace leaky roofs, floors, plumbing/hazardous materials where needed, address overcrowding, improve student safety/security, repair, construct, acquire, equip classrooms, facilities/sites, by issuing $396 million in bonds, at legal rates, with citizen oversight, no administrator salaries, and all funds dedicated to improving local neighborhood schools?

Measure HH. Medical Marijuana Cultivation Tax -- City of Desert Hot Springs
Pass: 2,102 / 67.76% Yes votes ...... 1,000 / 32.24% No votes
Shall an ordinance implementing an annual tax of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per square foot for the first 3,000 square feet and then 10 dollars ($10.00) per square foot for the remaining space utilized in connection with the cultivation of marijuana for medical or casual/recreational use, for the purpose of raising revenue to fund general municipal services, be adopted?

Measure II. Medical Marijuana Tax -- City of Desert Hot Springs
Pass: 2,242 / 72.23% Yes votes ...... 862 / 27.77% No votes
Shall an ordinance implementing a monthly ten percent (10%) tax on the proceeds from the sale/provision of marijuana for medical or casual/recreational use for the purpose of raising revenue to fund general municipal services be adopted?

Measure KK. Classroom Repair/College/Career Readiness -- Desert Sands Unified School District
Pass: 27,027 / 69.50% Yes votes ...... 11,862 / 30.50% No votes
To upgrade classrooms, labs for career/technical education classes to prepare students for college/good-paying jobs in math, science, engineering, technology/ skilled trades, repair deteriorating roofs, plumbing/electrical systems, acquire, renovate, construct/equip classrooms, sites/facilities to keep pace with technology, shall Desert Sands Unified School District issue $225,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with independent citizen oversight, no administrators' salaries, and all money staying local, without increasing current tax rates?

Measure JJ. -- City of Desert Hot Springs
1,371 / 44.04% Yes votes ...... 1,742 / 55.96% No votes

Sacramento County
Measure C. City Clerk Selection -- City of Galt
Fail: 1,891 / 46.55% Yes votes ...... 2,171 / 53.45% No votes
Shall the office of the city clerk for the City of Galt be appointive?

Measure D. Adoption of Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Isleton
Fail: 87 / 59.59% Yes votes ...... 59 / 40.41% No votes
For a period of five (5) years shall a one-half cent transactions and use tax, to be used solely to fund Public Safety and Parks and Recreation projects and services for the City of Isleton, be adopted?

Measure E. Adoption of a Tax on Business Revenues -- City of Isleton
Pass: 88 / 61.97% Yes votes ...... 54 / 38.03% No votes
Shall a one-tenth percent tax on business revenues to pay to pay for general services for the City of Isleton. Including fire, land-use planning and other city services, be adopted?

Measure G. Authority To Issue School Bonds -- Folsom Cordova Unified School Facilities Improvement District 5
Pass: 13,332 / 68.90% Yes votes ...... 6,018 / 31.10% No votes
To upgrade instructional technology, computer labs, student safety and security systems, construct, acquire, repair classrooms, sites, facilities/equipment to improve the quality of academic instruction in core subjects like math, science and writing, replace aging portable classrooms, and upgrade aging/inefficient electrical/HVAC systems to save money, shall Folsom Cordova Unified School District School Facilities Improvement District No. 5 issue $195 million in bonds at legal rates with citizen oversight, annual audits, with all funds spent only in Folsom and no funds for administrators' salaries?

Measure H. Adoption of a Sales Tax -- City of Rancho Cordova
Pass: 8,092 / 61.45% Yes votes ...... 5,076 / 38.55% No votes
To enhance City services, facilities and programs, including: enhancing anti-gang/youth violence prevention programs; increasing neighborhood police patrols; fixing streets faster; expanding children/teen after-school programs; removing blight/revitalizing vacant buildings along Folsom Boulevard; building community facilities for seniors/working adults/children; and other general city services; shall the City of Rancho Cordova enact a cent sales tax, that cannot be taken by the State, requiring annual audits and all funds be spent in Rancho Cordova?

Measure J. Authority To Issue School Bonds -- Natomas Unified School District
Pass: 9,091 / 72.12% Yes votes ...... 3,515 / 27.88% No votes
To protect quality education in Natomas, increasing student safety and security, improving accessibility for disabled students, upgrading classrooms for 21st century learning and college/career readiness with technology, furniture, and equipment, repairing and constructing school and support facilities, upgrading basic infrastructure/utilities and acquiring new school sites, shall Natomas Unified School District issue up to $129 million of bonds at legal interest rates, with citizen oversight, annual independent audits and no money for administrators' salaries or pensions?"

Measure K. Authority To Issue School Bonds -- Robla School District
Pass: 1,694 / 72.67% Yes votes ...... 637 / 27.33% No votes
To better integrate school facilities with the academic program, increase access to modern technology, improve school safety and security, replace portable classrooms with permanent construction, modernize classroom interiors to meet 21st century needs, construct a new school to relieve overcrowding, and qualify the District to receive State grants, shall Robla School District be authorized to issue $29,800,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with annual audits, an independent Citizens' Oversight Committee, and no money for administrator salaries?

Measure L. Sacramento Charter Revision -- City of Sacramento
Fail: 41,423 / 43.75% Yes votes ...... 53,252 / 56.25% No votes
Shall the City of Sacramento Charter be revised, on a trial basis, to establish: a mayor-council governance structure wherein the elected mayor oversees city operations and a budget subject to Council approval and override; an Ethics Committee; Code of Ethics and Sunshine Ordinances; an Independent Budget Analyst Office; a Neighborhood Advisory Committee; an Independent Redistricting Commission; and a three-term limit for mayors; with most provisions subject to voter reapproval by 11/03/2020?

San Bernardino County
Measure L. Classroom Improvement -- Snowline Joint Unified School District
Fail: 3,399 / 45.7% Yes votes ...... 4,040 / 54.3% No votes
   3,381 (45.76%) Yes / 4,008 (54.24%) No in San Bernardino County
   18 (36.00%) Yes / 32 (64.00%) No in Los Angeles County
To upgrade outdated classrooms, science labs, career/vocational education facilities; improve school security/drinking water/fire safety systems; repair electrical wiring, leaky roofs, plumbing and bathrooms; replace old portables; repair, construct, acquire educational facilities, sites/equipment, shall Snowline Joint Unified School District issue $60,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring independent audits, Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee, no money for administrators' salaries, and requiring all funds be used locally for Snowline schools?

Measure M. Local School Facilities Funding/Career Readiness -- Hesperia Unified School District
Fail: 4,970 / 38.56% Yes votes ...... 7,920 / 61.44% No votes
To repair, renovate, acquire, construct and upgrade neighborhood schools/educational facilities, including upgrading career preparation/iob training facilities; upgrading classrooms/science labs/technology; upgrading fire safety including safety doors/sprinklers/smoke alarms; repairing deteriorating bathrooms/plumbing; and, removing asbestos/lead paint, shall the Hesperia Unified School District issue $207,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, requiring independent audits, citizens' oversight, no money for administrators' salaries/pensions, and all money spent locally?

Measure N. Classroom Repair and Education Improvement -- Central School District
Pass: 4,141 / 67.10% Yes votes ...... 2,030 / 32.90% No votes
To upgrade schools, attract/retain quality teachers, repair deteriorating classrooms, bathrooms/plumbing, remove asbestos, ensure safe drinking water, improve school safety, fire alarms/sprinklers, update electrical wiring/classroom technology, improve science/computer labs, and repair, construct/acquire, educational facilities, sites/equipment, shall Central School District issue $35 million in bonds, at legal rates, require independent financial audits, citizens' oversight, ensure all funds used locally, and not increase current tax rates?

Measure O. Temporary Fiscal Emergency -- City of Adelanto
Fail: 787 / 36.84% Yes votes ...... 1,349 / 63.16% No votes
To address Adelanto's Fiscal Emergency/prevent bankruptcy; prevent elimination of fire protection services; protect 9-1-1 emergency response, police protection, gang/crime prevention, senior services, and other essential general services; and to protect local businesses/jobs and restore fiscal stability; shall the City of Adelanto adopt a temporary 7.95% Utility Users Tax for 7 years only, with low income senior discounts, annual audits, citizens' oversight, and requiring funds be used locally?

Measure P. Affordable Education/Job Training -- Palo Verde Community College District
Pass: 2,047 / 59.6% Yes votes ...... 1,387 / 40.4% No votes
   1,516 (62.90%) Yes / 894 (37.10%) No in Riverside County
   531 (51.86%) Yes / 493 (48.14%) No in San Bernardino County
To upgrade classrooms, prepare students for four-year universities/high-skilled good paying jobs, improve facilities for career technical educations, support veterans, nursing, agriculture programs, shall Palo Verde Community College District provide affordable local education, reduce campus construction debt to save money, repair, upgrade facilities/acquire equipment by issuing $12,500,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring citizens' oversight, annual audits, no funds taken by the State and all funds used locally?

Measure Q. Public Safety Employee Compensation -- City of San Bernardino
Fail: 8,885 / 44.89% Yes votes ...... 10,908 / 55.11% No votes
Shall the amendment to the Charter of the City of San Bernardino that would eliminate a mandated automatic process for determining the salaries of the employees of the Police and Fire Departments of the City (hereinafter "Public Safety Employees") and replace that process with collective bargaining as provided by law be adopted?

Measure R. Employee Compensation -- City of San Bernardino
Pass: 10,669 / 54.99% Yes votes ...... 8,733 / 45.01% No votes
Shall the amendment to the Charter of the City of San Bernardino altering the process by which city employees in the classified service may be discharged or reduced in rank or compensation be adopted?

Measure S. Occupancy Tax -- City of Needles
Fail: 280 / 36.51% Yes votes ...... 487 / 63.49% No votes
Shall the ordinance amending Chapter 20, Article III "transient occupancy tax" of the City of Needles municipal code to increase the rate of the city's existing transient occupancy tax from ten percent (10%) to twelve percent (12%), and adding the definition of "commercial establishment" be adopted?

Measure T. Election of the City Council -- City of Highland
Fail: 2,862 / 43.01% Yes votes ...... 3,793 / 56.99% No votes
Shall the ordinance providing for the election of members of the City Council by five districts, establishing the boundaries and identification number of each district, establishing the election order of each district and amending Chapter 2.12 of the Hhighland municipal code be adopted?

Measure U. Annual Business License Tax -- City of Rialto
Pass: 4,918 / 51.24% Yes votes ...... 4,680 / 48.76% No votes
Shall the ordinance adopting the Rialto 2014 Wholesale Liquid Fuel Storage Measure, amending Chapter 5.04 of the Rialto municipal code to establish a business license tax on wholesale liquid fuel storage facilities be adopted?

San Diego County
Proposition A. Public Works Contracts -- City of Chula Vista
Pass: 27425 / 76.14% Yes votes ...... 8594 / 23.86% No votes
Shall the City's Charter provisions regarding public works and general purpose contracting be amended to replace specific contracting procedures with more general contracting principles that would be implemented by ordinance, including the requirement for competitive bidding, City Council approval of major contracts and other best practices, and the requirement that any exceptions to standard competitive purchasing practices be approved by 4/5ths vote of the City Council with findings of public benefit?

Proposition B. City Council Vacancies -- City of Chula Vista
Pass: 27775 / 75.62% Yes votes ...... 8955 / 24.38% No votes
Shall the City Charter be amended so that, if a City Council seat becomes vacant with more than 12 months and less than 25 months remaining in the term, the Council may fill the vacancy by appointment or call a special election; and so that in any special election to fill a vacancy, a candidate receiving over 50% of votes cast is deemed the winner with no run-off required?

Proposition C. School Bonds -- Cajon Valley Union School District
Fail: 13382 / 49.08% Yes votes ...... 13884 / 50.92% No votes
To increase student access to computers; maintain and upgrade educational technology; keep pace with 21st century technological innovations; implement statewide technology requirements for testing and learning; and significantly reduce borrowing costs, shall Cajon Valley Union School District issue $20,000,000 of short-term bonds with the interest rates at or below the legal limit, independent citizen oversight, and no money for administrator/teacher salaries, so long as all funds are spent locally and cannot be taken by the State?

Proposition D. Transaction and Use Tax -- City of National City
Pass: 4355 / 68.60% Yes votes ...... 1993 / 31.40% No votes
National City Continuation of City Services Funding Measure. To maintain National City's public safety and prevent cuts to neighborhood police patrols and officers; gang/drug prevention; 911 emergency response; fire protection and firefighters; graffiti removal; street/pothole repair; senior/youth/library programs; and other City services; shall National City continue its existing voter-approved one-cent sales tax for 20 years with Citizens' Oversight, annual independent audits, all money kept in National City, with no increase in tax rate?

Proposition E. Maintain Quality Education in Escondido Measure -- Escondido Union School District
Pass: 18615 / 56.95% Yes votes ...... 14072 / 43.05% No votes
Maintain Quality Education in Escondido Measure. "To repair/replace outdated classrooms/school buildings with safe, modernized facilities, improve student safety/campus security, keep technology infrastructure up-to-date in K-8 classrooms, science labs, libraries/computer systems, acquire, construct, repair classrooms, sites/equipment, provide all students with access to the education, facilities, and technology needed to succeed in high school/college, shall Escondido Union School District issue $182,100,000 in bonds at legal rates, with citizen oversight, annual audits, and all money for Escondido elementary/middle schools?"

Proposition F. Marijuana Dispensary Authorization Ordinance -- City of Encinitas
Fail: 8337 / 44.27% Yes votes ...... 10496 / 55.73% No votes
Shall the ordinance amending the Encinitas Municipal Code to authorize and regulate medical marijuana dispensaries in the City of Encinitas be adopted?

Proposition G. City Charter Adoption -- City of Escondido
Fail: 9629 / 37.24% Yes votes ...... 16229 / 62.76% No votes
Shall the City of Escondido be changed from a general law city to a charter city through the adoption of the charter proposed by Resolution 2014-70 of the Escondido City Council?

Proposition H. Lakes Specific Plan -- City of Escondido
Fail: 10675 / 39.37% Yes votes ...... 16442 / 60.63% No votes
Shall the people of the City of Escondido approve the following: An initiative measure to adopt the Lakes Specific Plan?

Proposition J. Marijuana Dispensary Authorization Ordinance -- City of La Mesa
Fail: 6450 / 46.40% Yes votes ...... 7452 / 53.60% No votes
Shall the Ordinance amending the La Mesa Municipal Code to authorize and regulate medical marijuana dispensaries in the City of La Mesa be adopted?

Proposition K. Term Limits -- City of La Mesa
Pass: 9023 / 66.56% Yes votes ...... 4534 / 33.44% No votes
Shall the Ordinance amending the La Mesa Municipal Code to impose a three consecutive terms limit on the office of City Council Member, Mayor or any combination of terms thereof be adopted?

Proposition L. School Bonds -- Lakeside Union Elementary School District
Pass: 5640 / 58.57% Yes votes ...... 3990 / 41.43% No votes
To increase student access to classroom computers; upgrade /construct science labs throughout the district; renovate /modernize classrooms/facilities; and reduce overall borrowing costs, shall $31,000,000 of Lakeside Union School District bonds, previously approved by voters in November 2008, be reauthorized through issuance of new bonds, with no increase in total authorized District debt, interest rates below legal limits, independent citizen oversight, and no money taken by the State and spent elsewhere or used for administrator salaries?

Proposition M. City Clerk Appointment -- City of La Mesa
Pass: 6617 / 51.32% Yes votes ...... 6276 / 48.68% No votes
Shall the office of city clerk be appointive?

Proposition N. School Bonds -- National Elementary School District
Pass: 4620 / 78.58% Yes votes ...... 1259 / 21.42% No votes
To repair and rebuild aging classrooms and facilities throughout the District; meet handicapped access requirements, increase student access to computers and modern technology; and upgrade outdated heating and air conditioning systems; shall the National School District be authorized to issue $26.1 million of bonds with legal interest rates, annual audits, an independent citizens' oversight committee, all funds spent locally and no money used for administrative salaries or taken by the State and spent elsewhere?

Proposition O. School Bonds -- Vallecitos Elementary School District
Fail: 299 / 53.49% Yes votes ...... 260 / 46.51% No votes
To improve educational facilities with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair or replace leaky roofs; increase student access to computers and modern technology; modernize outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; replace outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; and make health and safety improvements; shall the Vallecitos School District issue $2,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and with NO money used for administrative salaries?

Proposition P. Emergency Services -- Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District
Fail: 585 / 46.14% Yes votes ...... 683 / 53.86% No votes
Shall Ordinance 2014-1 to replace the annual Benefit Fee approved by voters on November 6

Proposition Q. School Bonds -- Ramona Unified School District
Fail: 4802 / 46.67% Yes votes ...... 5488 / 53.33% No votes
To improve the quality of education in Ramona by modernizing classrooms, restrooms and facilities, repairing or replacing roofs, deteriorating portable classrooms, electrical and plumbing systems; and provide critical General Fund relief by paying off District loans to construct schools and make school improvements; shall Ramona Unified School District issue $40,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with an independent citizens' oversight committee, ensuring NO MONEY to employee salaries or the state, and ALL funds spent on Ramona schools?

Proposition R. School Bonds -- Lemon Grove Elementary School District
Pass: 4323 / 71.86% Yes votes ...... 1693 / 28.14% No votes
To repair and replace leaky roofs; renovate and modernize educational facilities; provide additional classrooms; and increase student access to classroom computers; shall $10,000,000 of Lemon Grove School District bonds, previously approved by voters in November 2008, be reauthorized through issuance of new bonds, with no increase in total authorized District debt, reduced borrowing costs, interest rates below legal limits, independent citizen oversight, and no money taken by the State and spent elsewhere or used for administrator salaries?

Proposition S. Special Tax Election -- Rincon Ranch Community Services District
Fail: 27 / 64.29% Yes votes ...... 15 / 35.71% No votes
SHALL THE RINCON RANCHO COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO ESTABLISH AND LEVY A SPECIAL TAX OVERRIDE, ON ALL TAXABLE REAL PROPERTY WITHIN ITS BOUNDARIES FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FUNDS FOR REPAIR AND RESURFACE OF THE ROADS MAINTAINED BY THE DISTRICT, WITH THIS SPECIAL TAX NOT TO EXCEED FIVE DOLLARS AND TWENTY CENTS ($5.20) PER ACRE, OR PORTION THEREOF, PLUS ONE HUNDRED FIFTY DOLLARS ($150) PER PARCEL OF LAND PER YEAR WITH A PROVISION FOR AN ANNUAL INCREASE NOT TO EXCEED THE ANNUAL ENGINEERING NEWS RECORD (ENR) FOR THE PRIOR YEAR?

San Francisco County
Proposition A. San Francisco Transportation and Road Improvement Bond -- City and County of San Francisco
Pass: 157,562 / 71.87% Yes votes ...... 61,657 / 28.13% No votes
To construct, redesign and rebuild streets and sidewalks and to make infrastructure repairs and improvements that increase MUNI service reliability, ease traffic congestion, reduce vehicle travel times, enhance pedestrian and bicycle safety, and improve disabled access, shall the City and County of San Francisco issue $500 million in general obligation bonds, subject to independent citizen oversight and regular audits?

Proposition B. Adjusting Transportation Funding for Population Growth -- City and County of San Francisco
Pass: 132,650 / 61.39% Yes votes ...... 83,413 / 38.61% No votes
Shall the City amend the Charter to increase the amount the City provides to the Municipal Transportation Agency based on increases in the City's population, with such funds to be used to improve Muni and to improve street safety?

Proposition C. Children's Fund; Public Education Enrichment Fund; Children and Families Council; Rainy Day Reserve -- City and County of San Francisco
Pass: 159,800 / 74.44% Yes votes ...... 54,880 / 25.56% No votes
Shall the City amend the Charter to support services to children, youth, and their families by extending the Children's Fund for 25 years and increasing its funding; extending the Public Education Enrichment Fund for 26 years; creating an Our Children, Our Families Council; and dividing the existing Rainy Day Reserve into a City Rainy Day Reserve and a School District Rainy Day Reserve?

Proposition D. Retiree Health Benefits for Former Redevelopment Agency and Successor Agency Employees -- City and County of San Francisco
Pass: 117,283 / 56.13% Yes votes ...... 91,680 / 43.87% No votes
Shall the City amend the Charter to make retiree health care benefits available to certain employees of the former San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and the Successor Agency?

Proposition E. Tax on Sugar-Sweetened Beverages -- City of San Francisco
Fail: 123,475 / 55.59% Yes votes ...... 98,625 / 44.41% No votes
Shall the City collect a tax of 2 cents per ounce from the distributors of sugar-sweetened beverages to fund health, nutrition, physical education and active recreation programs?

Proposition F. Pier 70 -- City of San Francisco
Pass: 158,729 / 72.85% Yes votes ...... 59,149 / 27.15% No votes
Shall the City increase the height limit for new buildings on the 28-acre development site in the Pier 70 area from 40 feet to 90 feet; and shall it be City policy to encourage the City to proceed with public approval processes, including environmental review, for this mixed-use project, and encourage parks, housing, cultural space, and job creation for this site?

Proposition G. Additional Transfer Tax on Residential Property Sold Within 5 Years of Purchase -- City of San Francisco
Fail: 100,776 / 46.09% Yes votes ...... 117,887 / 53.91% No votes
Shall the City impose an additional tax of between 14% and 24% on the total sale price of certain multi-unit residential properties that are sold within five years of purchase or transfer, subject to certain exceptions?

Proposition H. Requiring Certain Golden Gate Park Athletic Fields To Be Kept As Grass With No Artificial Lighting -- City of San Francisco
Fail: 98,555 / 45.19% Yes votes ...... 119,519 / 54.81% No votes
Shall the City be required to keep natural grass at all athletic fields in Golden Gate Park west of Crossover Drive and to prohibit nighttime sports field lighting in these areas?

Proposition I. Renovation of Playgrounds, Walking Trails, and Athletic Fields -- City of San Francisco
Pass: 120,884 / 55.21% Yes votes ...... 98,057 / 44.79% No votes
Shall the City allow renovations to children's playgrounds, walking trails and athletic fields if such renovations, which could include installing artificial turf or nighttime lighting on athletic fields, would double their anticipated usage and if an environmental impact report has been certified?

Proposition J. Minimum Wage Increase -- City of San Francisco
Pass: 174,143 / 77.43% Yes votes ...... 50,771 / 22.57% No votes
Shall the City gradually increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour by July 1, 2018, with further increases based on inflation?

Proposition K. Affordable Housing -- City of San Francisco
Pass: 143,582 / 65.56% Yes votes ...... 75,430 / 34.44% No votes
Shall it be City policy to help construct or rehabilitate at least 30,000 homes by 2020, more than 50% of which will be affordable for middle-class households and more than 33% of which will be affordable for low- and moderate-income households, and secure sufficient funding to achieve that goal?

Proposition L. Policy Regarding Transportation Priorities -- City of San Francisco
Fail: 79,417 / 37.06% Yes votes ...... 134,878 / 62.94% No votes
Shall it be City policy to change parking and transportation priorities?

San Joaquin County
Measure C. Revisions to Stockton City Charter -- City of Stockton
Pass: 22441 / 58.74% Yes votes ...... 15763 / 41.26% No votes
Shall the Stockton City Charter be amended to revise the Introduction; amend criteria for determining the Mayor's compensation; revise certain restrictions on, and benefits of, officers and employees; delete certain requirements as to the qualifications and process for selection of certain Fire Department and other employees; revise certain public bidding procedures and delegate to the City Council the determination of the administrative spending authority of the City Manager?

Measure E. School Bonds -- Stockton Unified School District
Pass: 14751 / 67.45% Yes votes ...... 7120 / 32.55% No votes
To increase student access to computers; maintain and upgrade educational technology; upgrade classroom security systems for increased student safety; upgrade technology servers, routers, switches and storage area networks; and significantly reduce borrowing costs, shall Stockton Unified School District issue $114,000,000 of short-term bonds with the interest rates at or below the legal limit, independent citizen oversight, and no money for administrator salaries, so long as all funds are spent locally and cannot be taken by the State?

Measure G. Safe and Modern Classrooms -- Manteca Unified School District
Pass: 11535 / 59.05% Yes votes ...... 8000 / 40.95% No votes
To upgrade classrooms to meet modern academic, technology and safety standards; repair faulty electrical systems, air conditioning, leaky roofs, plumbing and restrooms; improve fire safety systems and school security; remove asbestos and lead paint; and repair, construct, and acquire educational facilities and equipment, shall the Manteca Unified School District issue $159 million of bonds at legal interest rates, with citizen oversight, annual independent audits, and no money for administrators' salaries or pensions?

Measure H. Proposal to Change the Method of Electing School District Trustees -- Ripon Unified School District
Pass: 2486 / 53.89% Yes votes ...... 2127 / 46.11% No votes
For the election of one member of the governing board of the Manteca Unified School District residing in each trustee area elected by the registered voters in that trustee area.

Measure I. Election of District Trustees -- Manteca Unified School District
Pass: 12422 / 66.50% Yes votes ...... 6259 / 33.50% No votes
For the election of one member of the governing board of the Manteca Unified School District residing in each trustee area elected by the registered voters in that trustee area.

San Luis Obispo County
Measure B-14. Extend Measure I-10: Modernize/Expand Education Facilities -- Atascadero Unified School District
Pass: 5037 / 60.79% Yes votes ...... 3249 / 39.21% No votes
To continue the work of Measure I-10 by modernizing and expanding vocational education facilities, repairing aging schools throughout the District, improving student computer access, and constructing a high school science, technology, engineering and mathematics facility, shall $58 million of Atascadero Unified School District bonds, previously approved in November 2010, be reauthorized through issuance of new bonds with interest rates below legal limits, independent citizens oversight, no money for administrator salaries and no increase in total authorized District debt?

Measure C-14. Adopt City Charter -- City of Arroyo Grande
Fail: 1738 / 36.18% Yes votes ...... 3066 / 63.82% No votes
PREAMBLE

WE THE PEOPLE of the City of Arroyo Grande declare our intent to restore our community to the historic principles of self-governance inherent in the doctrine of home-rule. Sincerely committed to the belief that local government has the closest affinity to the people governed, and firm in the conviction that the economic and fiscal independence of our local government will promote the health, safety and welfare of all the citizens of this City and better preserve its small town character and agricultural heritage, we do hereby exercise the express right granted by the Constitution of the State of California to enact and adopt this Charter for the City of Arroyo Grande.

Measure D-14. Financing School Facilities Projects -- San Luis Coastal Unified School District
Pass: 12902 / 71.13% Yes votes ...... 5237 / 28.87% No votes
By approval of this proposition by at least 55% of the registered voters voting on the proposition, the San Luis Coastal Unified School District (the "District") shall be authorized to issue and sell bonds of up to $177 million in aggregate principal amounts to provide financing for the specific school facilities projects listed in the Bond Project List below, and in order to qualify to receive State matching grant funds, subject to all of the accountability safeguards specified below. By approval of this proposition by at least 55% of the registered voters voting on the proposition, the San Luis Coastal Unified School District (the "District") shall be authorized to issue and sell bonds of up to $177 million in aggregate principal amounts to provide financing for the specific school facilities projects listed in the Bond Project List below, and in order to qualify to receive State matching grant funds, subject to all of the accountability safeguards specified below.

Measure E-14. Advisory Vote Concerning Expenditure of Revenue from Measure F-14 -- City of Atascadero
Pass: 4480 / 69.13% Yes votes ...... 2001 / 30.87% No votes
Measure E-14 is an advisory vote concerning the expenditure of any revenue from the proposed new City of Atascadero transactions and use tax (Measure F-14), if that Measure is approved by the voters.

Measure F-14. An Ordinance of the City of Atascadero -- City of Atascadero
Pass: 3852 / 59.03% Yes votes ...... 2674 / 40.97% No votes
The proposed tax would be a "general tax," meaning that revenues raised from the tax would go into the City's general fund to fund any lawful City program, improvement, or service, including, but not limited to, the repair of neighborhood roads and aging roadways and other vital City services. The City would not be required to use the revenues raised by the measure for any special purpose or for any particular program or service The proposed tax would be a "general tax," meaning that revenues raised from the tax would go into the City's general fund to fund any lawful City program, improvement, or service, including, but not limited to, the repair of neighborhood roads and aging roadways and other vital City services. The City would not be required to use the revenues raised by the measure for any special purpose or for any particular program or service

Measure G-14. Extend Existing Tax for an Additional Eight Years -- City of San Luis Obispo
Pass: 6054 / 70.05% Yes votes ...... 2589 / 29.95% No votes
An ordinance of the City Council and the People of the City of San Lyis Obispo, California, amending Chaapter 3.15 of the Municipal Code to extend the existing "Essential Services Transactions (Sales) and Use Tax," for an additional eight years (March 31, 2023), to be administered by the State Board of Equalization, update the purpose statement, and provide for additional citizen oversight and accounting transparency.

Measure H-14. Alter Development Standards for Planning Area R -- City of Pismo Beach
Pass: 1607 / 65.70% Yes votes ...... 839 / 34.30% No votes
If approved by the voters, Measure H-14, entitled "An Initiative of the People of the City of Pismo Beach Amending the City's General Plan to Alter Development Standards Within the City's Sphere of Influence in Planning Area R and Other Specified Areas", will alter existing development standards for properties within the City of Pismo Beach General Plan's Planning Area R, and in other areas of the City's sphere of influence outside Planning Area R. Under the current General Plan, Planning Area R consists of three properties in Price Canyon, a total of about 890 acres. The initiative adds another 250 acre parcel to Planning Area R.

Measure I-14. The Pismo Beach Vital Public Service Protection Measure -- City of Pismo Beach
Pass: 1780 / 71.20% Yes votes ...... 720 / 28.80% No votes
If approved by the voters, Measure I-14, entitled "The Pismo Beach Vital Public Service Protection Measure", would amend the Pismo Beach Municipal Code to extend the current retail transactions and use tax within the City that was approved by the voters in 2008. This measure is authorized by the State Legislature under Revenue and Taxation Code Section 7285.9. This measure would set the retail transactions and use tax rate at one-half of one percent (0.50%).

Measure J-14. Time of General Municipal Election -- City of Morro Bay
Pass: 2464 / 76.38% Yes votes ...... 762 / 23.62% No votes
THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF MORRO BAY DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:

SECTION 1: Section 2.09.010 of the Morro Bay Municipal Code is amended, in its entirety, to read as follows:

Section 2.09.010: Time of General Municipal Election. Pursuant to the authority granted by the state, the city shall hold its general municipal election on the same day as the statewide general election. That day is the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November in each even-numbered year.

Measure K-14. Local Street Improvements -- City of Grover Beach
Fail: 1646 / 66.34% Yes votes ...... 835 / 33.66% No votes
To rehabilitate/resurface deteriorating residential and major streets to improve drivability; maintain emergency response times; enhance safety for pedestrians, bicyclists, drivers, neighborhood school crosswalks; and promote economic/job growth; shall the City incrementally issue up to $48,000,000 of bonds at tax-exempt interest rates, requiring funds go directly into the Street Construction Designated Fund with all funds used exclusively for Grover Beach streets; subject to independent audits/citizens' oversight committee?

Measure L-14. Affordable Education, Job Training, Campus Repair Measure -- San Luis Obispo County Community College District
Pass: 36,887 / 61.7% Yes votes ...... 22,855 / 38.3% No votes
   36773 (61.73%) Yes / 22798 (38.27%) No in San Luis Obispo County
   114 (66.67%) Yes / 57 (33.33%) No in Monterey County
To repair, construct/acquire facilities, sites/equipment, prepare students/returning veterans for universities/good paying jobs, address severe budget cuts by updating aging classrooms, improving/maintaining nursing, paramedic, 9-1-1 medical training, welding, engineering, automotive, early childhood education/other career education programs, repairing deteriorating gas/electrical lines, upgrading technology, shall San Luis Obispo County Community College District issue $275,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring citizens' oversight, independent audits, all funds used locally?

Measure T-14. Classroom Safety, Renovation, Repair and Construction -- Santa Maria-Bonita School District
Pass: 8,086 / 62.1% Yes votes ...... 4,936 / 37.9% No votes
   8085 (62.09%) Yes / 4936 (37.91%) No in Santa Barbara County
   1 (100.00%) Yes / 0 (0.00%) No in San Luis Obispo County
By approval of this proposition by at least 55% of the registered voters voting on the proposition, the Santa Maria-Bonita School District (the "District") shall be authorized to issue and sell bonds of up to $45,000,000 in aggregate principal amount to provide financing for the specific school facilities projects listed under the heading entitled "BOND PROJECT LIST" below (the "Bond Project List"), and qualify to receive State of California matching grant funds, subject to all of the accountability safeguards specified below. By approval of this proposition by at least 55% of the registered voters voting on the proposition, the Santa Maria-Bonita School District (the "District") shall be authorized to issue and sell bonds of up to $45,000,000 in aggregate principal amount to provide financing for the specific school facilities projects listed under the heading entitled "BOND PROJECT LIST" below (the "Bond Project List"), and qualify to receive State of California matching grant funds, subject to all of the accountability safeguards specified below.

San Mateo County
Measure H. Educational Bond Measure -- San Mateo County Community College District
Pass: 102,615 / 66.2% Yes votes ...... 52,350 / 33.8% No votes
To prepare College of San Mateo, Canada College, and Skyline College students for universities and high-demand jobs; modernize math and science classrooms and labs; upgrade computer, biotechnology and job training facilities; upgrade access for disabled students; ensure classrooms meet earthquake, fire, and safety requirements; and replace aging infrastructure with energy efficient systems, shall San Mateo County Community College District issue $388,000,000 in bonds within legal limits, with annual independent audits, Citizens' Oversight, and all proceeds benefiting your local community colleges?

Measure I. Educational Bond Measure -- Belmont-Redwood Shores School District
Pass: 7,017 / 64.8% Yes votes ...... 3,820 / 35.2% No votes
To add elementary and middle school classrooms and science labs for math, science, reading, and writing programs; relieve school overcrowding; provide updated classroom computers and instructional technology for quality 21st century education; repair, construct, acquire classroom, facilities and equipment; add restrooms to accommodate growing student enrollment, shall Belmont-Redwood Shores School District issue $48 million in bonds which cannot be taken by the State, at legal rates, with independent citizens' oversight, annual audits, and all funds benefitting local schools?

Measure J. Educational Bond Measure -- Jefferson Union High School District
Pass: 17,090 / 71.2% Yes votes ...... 6,928 / 28.8% No votes
To repair and replace leaky roofs, gutters, and drains; upgrade classrooms with up-to-date computers and technology; and repair and construct classrooms, libraries, and educational facilities at Jefferson, Oceana, Terra Nova, Thornton, Westmoor, and Adult-Ed High Schools, shall Jefferson Union High School District be authorized to issue $133,000,000 of bonds with interest rates below legal limits, independent citizen oversight, no money for administrator salaries, all funds spent locally, and no funds taken by the State?

Measure K. Educational Parcel Tax -- Bayshore Elementary School District
Pass: 451 / 73.5% Yes votes ...... 163 / 26.5% No votes
To preserve quality education and maintain stable, local funding that cannot be taken by the State; maintain competitive science, math, reading, writing, and other programs; attract and retain quality teachers; and integrate modern technology for future student success; shall Bayshore Elementary School District renew the existing parcel tax at the rate per parcel described in the voter pamphlet for 8 years with annual adjustments for inflation, senior and disability exemptions, and no money for administrator salaries?

Measure L. Educational Parcel Tax -- Burlingame School District
Pass: 6,379 / 77.2% Yes votes ...... 1,885 / 22.8% No votes
Without increasing current tax rates and to maintain quality education for Burlingame students, by protecting math, science, technology, reading and writing programs; retaining qualified teachers; maintaining hands-on science classes; supporting art and music; maintaining school libraries; and maintaining smaller elementary class sizes, shall Burlingame Elementary School District consolidate and renew its existing $256 parcel taxes for 14 years, including a senior citizen exemption, no funds for administrators' salaries, independent citizen oversight, and all funds staying local?

Measure M. El Camino Real/Downtown Specific Plan -- City of Menlo Park
Fail: 3,893 / 38.7% Yes votes ...... 6,179 / 61.3% No votes
Shall an Ordinance entitled "An Initiative Measure Proposing Amendments to the City of Menlo Park General Plan and Menlo Park 2012 El Camino Real/Downtown Specific Plan Limiting Office Development, Modifying Open Space Requirements, and Requiring Voter Approval for New Non-Residential Projects that Exceed Specified Development Limits" be adopted?

Measure N. Transit Corridors Plan Measure -- City of San Bruno
Pass: 5,382 / 68.2% Yes votes ...... 2,511 / 31.8% No votes
To stimulate economic enhancement only in San Bruno's Transit Corridors Plan Area, shall the City amend Ordinance 1284 to allow (1) buildings exceeding the maximum height of fifty feet by twenty feet along El Camino Real, fifteen feet along San Bruno Avenue, five feet along San Mateo Avenue, and forty feet in the Caltrain Station area; (2) development on 42 residential parcels exceeding the density permitted in 1974; (3) above-ground multi-story parking garages?

Measure O. Sales Tax Measure -- City of Half Moon Bay
Fail: 1,886 / 49.7% Yes votes ...... 1,908 / 50.3% No votes
To provide additional funding exclusively for the City of Half Moon Bay that can be used to substantially fund our new library, upgrade Smith Field and other recreational facilities, repair city streets, improve youth and senior services, and invest in opportunities to enhance our quality of life, shall the expiration date of the half-cent general sales tax approved by Half Moon Bay voters in 2012 be extended for 3 years to April 2019 with continued oversight by a citizens' committee?

Santa Barbara County
Measure O2014. Transient Occupancy Tax -- Santa Barbara County
Fail: 43947 / 41.83% Yes votes ...... 61110 / 58.17% No votes
Shall the ordinance to amend Section 32-12 of the Santa Barbara County Code to increase the Transient Occupancy Tax rate from 10% to 12.5% upon transients occupying defined hotels located only within the unincorporated areas of the County be adopted?

Measure P2014. Ordinance Prohibiting Certain Petroleum Operations -- Santa Barbara County
Fail: 42965 / 38.78% Yes votes ...... 67838 / 61.22% No votes
Shall the ordinance amending Santa Barbara County's Comprehensive Plan and County Code -- to prohibit on all lands within the unincorporated County, with certain exemptions, the construction or use of any facility, appurtenance, or aboveground equipment supporting certain petroleum operations, including but not limited to: hydraulic fracturing; acid well stimulation; or aiding hydrocarbon flow into a well by injecting water, natural gas, steam, air, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, chemicals or other substances -- be adopted?

Measure Q2014. School Bonds -- Montecito Union Elementary School District
Fail: 1257 / 44.40% Yes votes ...... 1574 / 55.60% No votes
To repair essential/outdated Montecito Union School infrastructure/maintain the quality of education with local funding that cannot be taken by the State, upgrade educational facilities to meet current health/safety/security/accessibility codes, reduce traffic and improve safety on San Ysidro Road, renovate heating, plumbing, electrical/energy systems, shall Montecito Union Elementary School District issue $27,150,000 of bonds, at legal rates, to repair, construct, acquire classrooms, facilities and equipment, with independent audits, citizen oversight, no money for administrators?

Measure R2014. Elected Mayor -- City of Buellton
Pass: 1158 / 72.06% Yes votes ...... 449 / 27.94% No votes
Shall the voters of Buellton elect a Mayor and four City Council Members? (yes/no)

Measure R2014-2. 2 Year Elected Mayor Term -- City of Buellton
1131 / 72.36% Yes votes ...... 432 / 27.64% No votes
Shall the term of office of the Mayor of Buellton be two years? (yes/no)

Measure R2014-4. 4 Year Elected Mayor Term -- City of Buellton
312 / 20.30% Yes votes ...... 1225 / 79.70% No votes
Shall the term of office of the Mayor of Buellton be four years? (yes/no)

Measure S2014. Bonds -- Santa Barbara Community College District
Fail: 30493 / 50.23% Yes votes ...... 30214 / 49.77% No votes
To repair, construct, acquire and seismically upgrade facilities, sites and equipment at City College, maintain access to quality, affordable education for students, including local high school graduates and returning veterans, prepare students for careers and transfer to four-year universities by upgrading academic, science, engineering, healthcare and vocational classrooms and improving technology and energy efficiency, shall Santa Barbara Community College District issue $288 million in bonds, at legal rates, requiring citizens' oversight, audits and no money for administrators' salaries?

Measure T2014. Classroom Safety, Renovation, Repair and Construction Measure -- Santa Maria-Bonita School District
Pass: 8,086 / 62.1% Yes votes ...... 4,936 / 37.9% No votes
   8085 (62.09%) Yes / 4936 (37.91%) No in Santa Barbara County
   1 (100.00%) Yes / 0 (0.00%) No in San Luis Obispo County
To improve facilities in neighborhood elementary schools for student learning and safety, shall Santa Maria-Bonita School District repair/replace leaky roofs, plumbing, electrical, lighting, ventilation; upgrade science labs and education technology; improve safety/security; construct school facilities to relieve overcrowding; and acquire, construct, equip, renovate, sites, facilities; by issuing $45,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with independent citizen oversight, mandatory audits, no funding for administrators' salaries/pensions, and all funds dedicated to Santa Maria-Bonita School District K-8 school facilities?

Measure U2014. Repair, Safety and College/Career Readiness Measure -- Carpinteria Unified School District
Pass: 3901 / 66.33% Yes votes ...... 1980 / 33.67% No votes
To improve schools, attract and retain quality teachers, and prepare students for college and careers by repairing deteriorating classrooms, bathrooms/leaky roofs, removing asbestos and lead paint, upgrading electrical wiring and classroom technology, repairing, constructing, acquiring educational facilities, sites/equipment, shall Carpinteria Unified School District issue $90,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring annual independent audits, citizens' oversight, no money for administrators' salaries or pensions, and all funds used locally?

Measure V2014. The Guadalupe Public Service Protection Measure -- City of Guadalupe
Pass: 799 / 81.95% Yes votes ...... 176 / 18.05% No votes
To help preserve, enhance, and improve vital public services in Guadalupe, including police and fire protection, parks and recreation, and public infrastructure shall an ordinance be adopted to remove the maximum annual utility tax liability for a single utility user?

Measure W2014. Public Service Preservation Business Tax Certificate Measure -- City of Guadalupe
Pass: 797 / 81.49% Yes votes ...... 181 / 18.51% No votes
To help preserve, enhance, and improve vital public services in Guadalupe, including police and fire protection, parks and recreation, and public infrastructure, shall an ordinance be adopted to establish within the City of Guadalupe a business tax certificate based on a business's gross receipts?

Measure X2014. The Guadalupe Public Service Preservation Sales Tax Measure -- City of Guadalupe
Pass: 760 / 77.24% Yes votes ...... 224 / 22.76% No votes
To help preserve, enhance and improve the public services, safety and character of Guadalupe, shall an ordinance be adopted to increase the City of Guadalupe sales tax by one-quarter cent for a period of eight and one half years?

Measure Y2014. General Obligation Bond of 2014 -- College School District
Fail: 1244 / 49.96% Yes votes ...... 1246 / 50.04% No votes
To better integrate school facilities with an academic program that supports science, technology, engineering and math (STEAM) initiatives by constructing new classrooms and making necessary improvements to existing classrooms and laboratories and support facilities for visual and performing arts, provide improved access to 21st century technology to support educational programs, shall the College School District be authorized to issue up to $12,000,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with an independent Citizens' Oversight Committee, and annual audits?

Santa Clara County
Measure A. City Council Salary -- City of Mountain View
Pass: 9657 / 61.15% Yes votes ...... 6136 / 38.85% No votes
Should the City of Mountain View amend Section 503 of the City Charter to set the base salary of City Council at $1,000 per month, with an automatic annual adjustment, to become effective on January 1, 2015?

Measure B. Increase in Transient Occupancy Tax -- City of Palo Alto
Pass: 15475 / 76.28% Yes votes ...... 4812 / 23.72% No votes
To provide funding that cannot be taken away by the State for general fund infrastructure and City services such as earthquake safe fire stations; pedestrian and bike improvements including safe routes to school, streets, sidewalks, paths, and bridges; and maintaining parks and recreation facilities, shall the City increase the hotel/motel tax by two percent and update language to confirm equal treatment of traditional and online bookings?

Measure C. Amend Utility Users Tax -- City of Palo Alto
Pass: 16988 / 85.08% Yes votes ...... 2978 / 14.92% No votes
To ensure continued funding for basic and essential services such as police, fire and street maintenance and repair, shall the City of Palo Alto maintain the telecommunications portion of the Utility Users Tax while reducing the rate from 5% to 4.75%; modernize its provisions to ensure equal treatment of taxpayers regardless of telecommunications technology used; and eliminate a discounted tax rate paid by a small number of commercial large users of gas, electric and water services?

Measure D. Number of Council Member Seats -- City of Palo Alto
Pass: 10495 / 53.70% Yes votes ...... 9048 / 46.30% No votes
Shall the Palo Alto City Charter be amended to change the number of Council Member seats from nine to seven, commencing on January 1, 2019?

Measure E. Cardroom -- City of Milpitas
Fail: 3172 / 24.11% Yes votes ...... 9983 / 75.89% No votes
Shall one licensed gambling establishment in which any controlled games permitted by law, such as draw poker, low-ball poker, panguine (pan), seven-card stud, or other lawful card games or tile games, are played, be allowed in the City of Milpitas and shall that cardroom establishment pay a tax of 10.5% on gaming revenues?

Measure F. Safety and Quality of Life -- City of Gilroy
Fail: 4117 / 45.33% Yes votes ...... 4965 / 54.67% No votes
City of Gilroy Safety and Quality of Life Measure. To improve local quality of life and maintain essential City services, including police/fire protection; gang suppression/prevention; 9-1-1 emergency response; street/pothole/sidewalk repairs; earthquake safety; at-risk youth programs; park repairs; and other general services; shall the City of Gilroy enact a half cent sales tax for 15 years with authority to incur debt to accelerate infrastructure projects, requiring independent audits, public review and no money for Sacramento?

Measure G. Retirement Board Governance -- City of San Jose
Pass: 86122 / 51.14% Yes votes ...... 82270 / 48.86% No votes
Retirement Board Governance. Shall the Charter be amended to 1) allow the Council to establish one or more Retirement Boards with specified authority, including, hiring an at-will chief executive, (2) specify the hiring authority of the Retirement Services chief executive; 3) exclude certain future Retirement Services employees from the classified civil service and the City's defined benefit retirement plans; and (4) establish the process for setting stipends paid to non-employee Retirement Board members?

Measure H. Bonds -- Santa Clara Unified School District
Pass: 18958 / 69.39% Yes votes ...... 8362 / 30.61% No votes
To repair or replace deteriorating roofs, plumbing and wiring, remove asbestos, lead and hazardous materials; to upgrade outdated classrooms and career training facilities to support 21st century learning and prepare students for college and careers; to acquire, renovate, construct/equip classrooms and facilities to relieve overcrowding and attract quality teachers, shall the Santa Clara Unified School District issue $419 million in bonds at legal rates, with independent citizen oversight, no money for administrators and all money staying local?

Measure I. Bonds -- East Side Union High School District
Pass: 59092 / 67.91% Yes votes ...... 27922 / 32.09% No votes
To increase student computer access; upgrade educational software; keep pace with 21st century technological innovations; and implement statewide testing requirements at Andrew Hill, Calero, Evergreen Valley, Foothill, Independence, James Lick, Mt. Pleasant, Oak Grove, Piedmont Hills, Santa Teresa, Silver Creek, Yerba Buena, W.C. Overfelt, Adult-Ed, alternative and District charter schools; shall East Side Union High School District issue $113,200,000 of bonds with rates below legal limits, independent citizen oversight, and no funds for administrators or use by the State?

Measure J. Renew existing parcel tax -- Fremont Union High School District
Pass: 35415 / 71.37% Yes votes ...... 14210 / 28.63% No votes
To renew its existing parcel tax without increasing the cost or changing the structure of the proposal voters first approved in 2004, shall the Fremont Union High School District continue to levy a $98 parcel tax for 6 more years beginning July 1, 2016 to protect the math, science, English, foreign language, music and art classes currently offered, maintain class sizes, retain high quality teachers and staff and offer an exemption to individuals age 65 and over?

Measure K. Bonds -- Fremont Union High School District
Pass: 31982 / 64.84% Yes votes ...... 17344 / 35.16% No votes
To avoid overcrowding at Cupertino, Fremont, Homestead, Lynbrook and Monta Vista High Schools by building the new classrooms and facilities needed to serve a growing student population, updating computer network capability and science labs, upgrading classroom computers and technology, and replacing, acquiring, constructing and renovating school facilities shall the Fremont Union High School District issue $295 million in bonds at interest rates within the legal limit with annual audits and all expenditures monitored by an Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee?

Measure L. Bonds -- Berryessa Union School District
Pass: 10622 / 69.33% Yes votes ...... 4698 / 30.67% No votes
To improve schools and continue providing quality education for local students by upgrading school safety, including earthquake, fire and emergency systems, keeping schools clean and wellmaintained, updating classroom learning technology, maximizing energy efficiency to save money, and renovating, acquiring, constructing, and equipping classrooms, sites and facilities, shall Berryessa Union School District issue $77 million in bonds at legal rates with citizen oversight, annual audits, no funds for administrators' salaries and all funds staying in local schools?

Measure M. Bonds -- Evergreen School District
Pass: 14002 / 67.51% Yes votes ...... 6738 / 32.49% No votes
To provide a safe, modern learning environment that supports academic achievement by upgrading and constructing classrooms and hands-on science and technology labs that meet modern academic and safety standards, repairing electrical systems, aging roofs, plumbing and restrooms, increasing campus security and improving overall energy efficiency, shall the Evergreen School District issue $100 million of bonds at legal interest rates, with citizen's oversight, independent audits, and no money district administrator salaries or Sacramento?

Measure N. Bonds -- Los Altos School District
Pass: 8671 / 57.40% Yes votes ...... 6435 / 42.60% No votes
To accommodate growing student enrollment and avoid public elementary and junior high school overcrowding by expanding and upgrading schools, preserving quality small neighborhood schools, upgrading classrooms and labs to keep them safe, clean and in good repair, updating learning technology, maximizing energy efficiency and acquiring, constructing or equipping classrooms, facilities and sites, shall the Los Altos School District issue $150 million in bonds at legal rates, with independent citizens' oversight, annual audits and no money for administrators' salaries?

Measure O. Renew existing parcel tax -- Alum Rock Union Elementary School District
Pass: 10118 / 74.98% Yes votes ...... 3376 / 25.02% No votes
Without increasing current tax rates, and to protect schools from budget cuts, to continue improving local elementary schools by protecting reading, writing, math, science, technology and arts programs, keeping libraries open, retaining qualified teachers and counselors, extending student support, shall Alum Rock Union Elementary School District renew its expiring $176.42, as adjusted, parcel tax for seven years, no funds for administrators' salaries, independent citizen oversight, all funds benefitting local schools and no funds available to be taken by the State?

Measure P. Bonds -- Oak Grove School District
Pass: 13056 / 65.55% Yes votes ...... 6862 / 34.45% No votes
To renovate, repair, acquire, construct and modernize classrooms and educational facilities; and to increase student access to computers and modern technology; shall the Oak Grove School District be authorized to issue $89,800,000 of bonds with interest rates below the legal limit, annual audits, independent citizens oversight, all funds spent locally and no money used for administrator salaries or taken by the State and spent elsewhere?

Measure Q. Protect, preserve, and expand public access to open space -- Santa Clara County Open Space Authority
Pass: 170359 / 67.95% Yes votes ...... 80363 / 32.05% No votes
To protect and preserve natural open space areas for future generations by: improving parks, open spaces and trails; protecting land around creeks, rivers and streams to prevent pollution and improve local water quality; preserving wildlife habitat; expanding public access; enhancing environmental education; and protecting scenic hillsides, shall Santa Clara County Open Space Authority levy a special tax of $24 annually per parcel for 15 years, with citizen oversight and all funds benefitting local open space?

Measure R. Parcel tax -- El Matador Road Maintenance District
Pass: 103 / 85.83% Yes votes ...... 17 / 14.17% No votes
Shall a special tax on each parcel of improved land in the El Matador Road Maintenance District be enacted, for 32 years, for road repair and maintenance, beginning July 1, 2015, in the amount of $750 per year for three years, then $350 for year four, and thereafter increasing by $10 each year for years five through 32, with expenditures overseen by a Steering Committee comprised of District residents and the issuance of annual reports to ensure fiscal accountability?

Santa Cruz County
Measure K. Cannabis Business Tax -- Unincorporated Area
Pass: 36,417 / 77.23% Yes votes ...... 10,734 / 22.77% No votes
To protect the quality of life in Santa Cruz County and to fund essential county services such as police, fire, emergency response, health services, youth and senior programs, job creation, housing, environmental protection, and animal shelter programs; shall an ordinance be adopted to impose a tax of no more than 10% (7% when enacted) on gross receipts of cannabis (medical marijuana) businesses in the unincorporated county, subject to audits, with all funds staying local?

Measure L. Cannabis Business Tax -- City of Santa Cruz
Pass: 9,076 / 82.08% Yes votes ...... 1,981 / 17.92% No votes
To protect the quality of life in the City of Santa Cruz and to fund essential city services such as police, fire, emergency response, youth and senior programs, job creation, housing, and environmental protection, shall an ordinance be adopted to impose a tax of no more than 10% (7% when enacted) on gross receipts of cannabis (marijuana) businesses in the city, subject to audits, with all funds staying local?

Measure M. Proposal to Raise Transit Occupancy Tax -- City of Capitola
Fail: 872 / 45.23% Yes votes ...... 1,056 / 54.77% No votes
Shall the City of Capitola adopt an ordinance amending Section 3.32.030 of the Municipal Code raising the transient occupancy tax rate from 10% to 11%

Sonoma County
Measure E. Bonds for Facilities Improvement -- Napa Valley Community College District Trustee Area 7
Pass: 116 / 63.7% Yes votes ...... 66 / 36.3% No votes
NAPA VALLEY COLLEGE AFFORDABLE EDUCATION/VETERAN SUPPORT/JOB TRAINING MEASURE. To upgrade educational facilities, prepare students for careers/university transfers, and retain/attract quality faculty by expanding Veteran's center,upgrading technology for 21st Century education/jobs training, expanding career training classrooms in welding/trades/ science/engineering/healthcare, and acquiring, constructing, and repairing classrooms/ facilities/sites/equipment, shall Napa Valley Community College District issue $198,000,000 in bonds at legal rates with citizens' oversight, audits, and no money for administrators' salaries?

Measure H. Bonds for Facilities Improvement -- Sonoma County Community College District - All Areas
Pass: 86,827 / 63.1% Yes votes ...... 50,774 / 36.9% No votes
SANTA ROSA JUNIOR COLLEGE AFFORDABLE LOCAL EDUCATION, JOB TRAINING MEASURE. To upgrade facilities, prepare students for careers/university transfer, attract quality faculty, keep SRJC current,improve student access, upgrade classrooms/labs/technology for 21st Century science/math skills, modernize career education facilities for vocational engineering, nursing, public safety, agriculture, jobs, meet earthquake/fire codes, acquire, construct/repair classrooms, facilities, sites/equipment, shall Sonoma County Junior College District issue $410,000,000 in bonds at legal rates with citizens' oversight, annual audits?

Measure I. District Facilities Improvements -- City of Santa Rosa High School District
Pass: 34,086 / 64.0% Yes votes ...... 19,149 / 36.0% No votes
To improve high school educational quality and student safety by upgrading classrooms and science labs, replacing deteriorating and outdated plumbing, heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems, providing updated 21st century classroom technology, and acquiring, renovating or constructing classrooms, equipment, sites and facilities, shall Santa Rosa High School District issue $175 million in bonds at legal rates, including independent citizens' oversight, annual audits, no money for administrators' salaries and all funds benefitting local schools (State cannot take the funds)?

Measure J. School District Facilities Improvement -- Cinnabar School District
Pass: 494 / 61.1% Yes votes ...... 314 / 38.9% No votes
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the state; repair or replace leaky roofs; modernize and renovate outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; replace outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; and improve P.E. fields and facilities for school and community use; shall the Cinnabar Elementary School District issue $2,500,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have no money used for administrative salaries?

Measure K. School District Facilities Improvement -- Oak Grove Union School District
Pass: 1,174 / 63.6% Yes votes ...... 672 / 36.4% No votes
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; make health, safety and handicapped accessibility improvements; modernize and renovate outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; replace outdated windows; improve student access to computers and modern technology; and replace aging portables; shall the Oak Grove Union School District issue $6,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, with audits and independent citizens' oversight and no money used for administrative salaries?

Measure L. School District Facilities Improvement -- City of Santa Rosa Elementary School District
Pass: 11,000 / 69.1% Yes votes ...... 4,919 / 30.9% No votes
To improve the quality of elementary education and student safety by repairing/ replacing leaky roofs, repairing deteriorating plumbing/ sewer/ electrical systems, providing updated 21st century classroom technology, upgrading security/ fire alarms, making health, safety and handicapped accessibility improvements, and acquiring, renovating or constructing classrooms, equipment, sites and facilities, shall Santa Rosa Elementary School District issue $54 million in bonds at legal rates, including independent citizens' oversight, annual audits, no funds used for administrators' salaries or taken by the state?

Measure M. Increase Sales Tax for County Library -- County of Sonoma
Fail: 88,534 / 63.3% Yes votes ...... 51,406 / 36.7% No votes
Library Improvement Act: Shall the Sonoma County Library Improvement Act be implemented by imposing a one-eighth cent (0.125%) sales tax for ten years to restore and enhance library hours and services to benefit children, seniors and all residents of the County; with an annual audit to be conducted to ensure that funds are spent as mandated by the voters; and an increase in spending limit to allow use of the revenue?

Measure N. Update Utility Users Tax -- City of Santa Rosa
Fail: 18,937 / 46.1% Yes votes ...... 22,123 / 53.9% No votes
UUT MODERNIZATION AND FAIRNESS MEASURE Shall the Utility Users Tax Ordinance (UUT) be amended to: reduce the tax rate from 5% to 4.5%; exempt low income users; modernize the ordinance to include wireless and other technologies to treat taxpayers the same regardless of technology; and help maintain essential city services, with all money staying local for services and facilities in Santa Rosa?

Measure O. Approve Temporary Utility User Tax -- City of Cloverdale
Pass: 1,279 / 51.1% Yes votes ...... 1,224 / 48.9% No votes
Temporary City of Cloverdale Local Control/Fiscal Stability Measure. To create local funding for local needs; maintain Cloverdale's independent, local Police Department; prevent further cuts to police officers, 911 response, violent/property crimes investigation; maintain storm drains, pothole/street repair, local business support, and other City services; shall the City of Cloverdale establish a utility user tax at a 3% rate for eight years with low-income senior exemptions, citizens' oversight, annual independent audits and no money for Sacramento?

Measure P. Fluoridation Ordinance 1134 -- City of Healdsburg
Pass: 2,650 / 64.4% Yes votes ...... 1,467 / 35.6% No votes
Shall the City of Healdsburg continue to fluoridate its water?

Measure Q. General Use Tax of 1% -- City of Petaluma
Fail: 8,091 / 43.3% Yes votes ...... 10,606 / 56.7% No votes
Shall the BETTER ROADS SAFER PETALUMA MEASURE, a general transactions and use tax of 1%, with all proceeds placed in the Petaluma General Fund for governmental purposes such as street and sidewalk maintenance and repair, traffic improvements like the Rainier Crosstown Connector/Interchange, flood protection, storm drainage, vehicle replacement, restoring public safety positions, and public facilities improvements, among others, with local control of tax proceeds, and independent review and reporting on expenditures, be adopted?

Measure R. Amend Utility User Tax -- City of Sebastopol
Pass: 1,910 / 62.3% Yes votes ...... 1,156 / 37.7% No votes
Shall the City of Sebastopol amend the current Utility User Tax ordinance by: reducing the tax from 4% to 3.75%; continuing the tax on gas and electricity which exempts low income persons; adding telecommunications, video and garbage services; to maintain essential general fund City services such as police and fire, improving roads, sewers, parks, bicycle/pedestrian infrastructure; requiring an independent audit; and no rate increase without voter approval; and terminating the tax in ten years?

Measure S. Special Parcel Tax -- Monte Rio Fire Protection District
Fail: 509 / 65.5% Yes votes ...... 268 / 34.5% No votes
Shall Ordinance No. 2014/15-1 of the Monte Rio Fire Protection District authorizing the District to impose and levy a special tax having flat rates of $60 for single family residential properties, $39 for campsites, mobile home spaces, multi-family residential units and vacant parcels and $1 per acre for timberland and maximum rates from $.04 to $.09 per square foot for lodging, commercial and industrial properties and increasing the District's appropriations limit be approved?

Stanislaus County
Measure A. Electoral District Election -- City of Turlock
Pass: 9,685 / 73.76% Yes votes ...... 3,446 / 26.24% No votes
Shall members of the legislative body of the City of Turlock be elected by districts described in Ordinance No. 1197CS and the Mayor of the City of Turlock be elected on a citywide basis by the voters of the entire city?

Measure B. Local Road Tax -- City of Turlock
Fail: 8,425 / 60.77% Yes votes ...... 5,439 / 39.23% No votes
Shall the ordinance establishing a one-half of one percent local road transactions and use (sales) tax in Turlock, for 7 years, to be used exclusively for construction, reconstruction, replacement, repair and maintenance of existing City streets, sidewalks, and pedestrian/ bicycle improvements, including ADA improvements, with an independent citizens' oversight committee and financial audit ensuring all funds are spent appropriately in Turlock, be adopted?

Measure Y. Sales Tax Extension -- City of Oakdale
Pass: 3,127 / 70.21% Yes votes ...... 1,327 / 29.79% No votes
To help prevent additional budget cuts and maintain City services, including police and fire protection, senior programs, and other general services, shall the City of Oakdale extend the existing 1/2% cent sales tax set to expire April 2015, for an additional five (5) years, with resident oversight and annual independent audits?

Measure Z. Urban Growth Boundary -- City of Newman
Pass: 896 / 66.52% Yes votes ...... 451 / 33.48% No votes
Shall the ordinance amending the City of Newman General Plan to create an Urban Growth Boundary be adopted?

Tulare County
Measure A. School Bonds -- Farmersville Unified School District
Pass: 575 / 66.02% Yes votes ...... 296 / 33.98% No votes
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; provide updated Career Technical education opportunities for job readiness; make health, safety/security improvements; increase student access to computers and modern technology; and construct a new pool at Farmersville High for school and community use; shall the Farmersville Unified School District issue $4,800,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have NO money used for administrative salaries?

Measure B. School Bond -- Porterville Unified School District
Fail: 4,930 / 38.53% Yes votes ...... 7,864 / 61.47% No votes
To construct and improve school facilities, build permanent classrooms that alleviate overcrowding including a military institute and dual language immersion academy, replace outdated portables, complete necessary support facility improvements, furnish and equip new classrooms, shall the Porterville Unified School District be authorized to issue up to $67 million in bonds at legal interest rates, with annual audits, an independent Citizens' Oversight Committee, and no funds for administrators' salaries?

Measure C. School Bond -- Tipton Elementary School District
Pass: 211 / 59.77% Yes votes ...... 142 / 40.23% No votes
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; increase student access to computers and modern technology; make health, safety and energy efficiency improvements; modernize outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; and construct a multipurpose room for school and community use; shall the Tipton Elementary School District issue $3,300,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have NO money used for administrative salaries?

Ventura County
Measure A. Election of Mayor and City Council -- City of Ojai
Pass: 1710 / 66.88% Yes votes ...... 847 / 33.12% No votes
Shall the electors elect a mayor and four city councilmembers?

Measure B. Term of Mayor: 2 years -- City of Ojai
Pass: 1674 / 68.52% Yes votes ...... 769 / 31.48% No votes
Shall the term of office of mayor be two years?

Measure C. Term of Mayor: 4 years -- City of Ojai
Fail: 604 / 26.25% Yes votes ...... 1697 / 73.75% No votes
Shall the term of office of mayor be four years?

Measure D. Schedule of Regular City Elections -- City of San Buenaventura
Pass: 25610 / 82.61% Yes votes ...... 5391 / 17.39% No votes
Shall Section 500 of the City Charter be amended to provide for regular City elections in November of even-numbered years instead of odd-numbered years to increase voter turnout and decrease election costs?

Measure E. Schedule of Election for Ventura Unified School District -- City of San Buenaventura
Pass: 25172 / 83.17% Yes votes ...... 5092 / 16.83% No votes
If the General Municipal Election is changed to even years, shall members of the Board of Education of the Ventura Unified School District be elected at the City of San Buenaventura's General Municipal Election?

Measure F. Sales Tax -- City of Santa Paula
Fail: 2931 / 57.66% Yes votes ...... 2152 / 42.34% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted imposing a one percent (1.0%) transactions and use (sales) tax to fund police services, fire services and street repair and maintenance?

Measure G. School Improvement Funding -- Rio School District
Pass: 3753 / 70.93% Yes votes ...... 1538 / 29.07% No votes
To improve the quality of education; modernize outdated classrooms and facilities; make health and safety improvements; improve student access to computers and technology; construct new classrooms and new school facilities to reduce severe student overcrowding; and upgrade inadequate electrical and plumbing systems; shall the Rio Elementary School District issue $38,500,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have NO money used for administrative salaries or be taken by the state?

Measure H. Councilmember Salaries -- City of Fillmore
Pass: 1255 / 51.00% Yes votes ...... 1206 / 49.00% No votes
Effective after the November 2016 general municipal election and the beginning of a new term of office of at least one member of the City Council, shall the 1966 ballot measure and Ordinance 346 setting the salary for each member of the City Council of the City of Fillmore at the sum of $75 per month be rescinded, thereafter allowing the City Council salary to be set as authorized by State law?

Measure I. School Improvement Funding -- Conejo Valley Unified School District
Pass: 27468 / 65.95% Yes votes ...... 14184 / 34.05% No votes
To upgrade/maintain Conejo Valley schools with funding that cannot be taken by the State, shall Conejo Valley Unified School District upgrade all science/career training labs, update/maintain classroom technology and network infrastructure, provide safe, well maintained classrooms, repair/replace electrical, plumbing/roofing, repair, construct, acquire/equip sites/facilities, and improve school safety/security by issuing $197 million in bonds, at legal rates, with citizens' oversight, annual audits, no money for administrators, and without increasing current tax rates?

Measure J. School Improvement Funding -- Ojai Unified School District
Pass: 5223 / 68.23% Yes votes ...... 2432 / 31.77% No votes
To improve the quality of education; renovate/ upgrade classrooms and facilities; repair/replace leaky roofs; upgrade inadequate/outdated plumbing, electrical, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, make health, safety, and security improvements including fire alarms, and improve student access to computers/ modern technology, shall Ojai Unified School District issue $35,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, appoint an independent citizen's oversight committee, and have no money used for administrative salaries or taken by the State?"

Measure K. School Improvement Funding -- Briggs Elementary School District
Pass: 398 / 67.80% Yes votes ...... 189 / 32.20% No votes
To improve the quality of education; provide new classrooms to reduce student overcrowding; make safety and security improvements; construct a new kitchen to provide healthy meals; replace outdated fire alarms; upgrade nearly 100-year-old windows; and improve student access to computers and technology; shall Briggs Elementary School District issue $4,500,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have NO money taken by the state or used for teacher or administrative salaries?

Measure M. Business Taxes -- City of Port Hueneme
Fail: 1699 / 44.34% Yes votes ...... 2133 / 55.66% No votes
Shall the ordinance be adopted to eliminate taxes on home-based businesses to promote small business growth, and increase and/or impose new taxes on other businesses for purpose of paying for general city services, such as public safety, street maintenance, beach and park maintenance and improvements, recreation programs, health and wellness programs for seniors and children, and other important community projects?


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