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San Joaquin County, CA November 6, 2018 Election
Directory of San Joaquin County, CA Measures
County Results as of Nov 6 11:10pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (485/485)
57.0% Countywide Voter Turnout (196,635/344,891)

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Measure B. Cannabis Business Tax -- County of San Joaquin (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 119256 / 63.5% Yes votes ...... 68430 / 36.5% No votes
To support early childhood education, drug prevention, literacy , and other programs for children and youth; public health; public safety and enforcement of cannabis laws; shall an ordinance imposing a special tax on commercial cannabis businesses in unincorporated San Joaquin County at a rate of 3.5% to 8% of gross receipts, with an additional cultivation Square Footage Payment of $2.00 per square foot of cultivation space annually adj usted by Consumer Price Index (CPI) thereafter, be adopted?

Measure D. Cannabis Businesses Tax -- City of Tracy (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 16187 / 62.2% Yes votes ...... 9819 / 37.8% No votes
Shall the City of Tracy adopt an ordinance establishing a speci al tax on cannabis businesses at annual rates, not to exceed $12.00 per canopy square foot for cultivation (adjusted for inflation), 6% of gross receipts for retail cannabis businesses, and 4% for all other b usinesses; which is expected to generate an estimated $35,000 to $100,000 annually to fund police and co de enforcement services and that shall be levied until repealed by voters?

Measure E. School Bond -- Escalon Unified School District (55% Approval Required)
Fail: 2488 / 48.3% Yes votes ...... 2661 / 51.7% No votes
To better prepare our students fo r college, careers and jobs by modernizing schools, improving access to technology and learning, and co nstructing a new stadium and all-weather track for year-round use, shall Escalon Unified School District be authorized to issue $2 5,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, raising an average of approximately $1,620,000 annually to repay issued bonds through maturity from levies of approximately $0.03 per $100 of assessed valuation, requirin g oversight, audits, and no money for administrator salaries?

Measure G. School Bond -- Linden Unified School District (55% Approval Required)
Fail: 1804 / 44.7% Yes votes ...... 2229 / 55.3% No votes
To upgrade educational facilitie s, shall Linden Unified School District: modernize classrooms and science labs; improve safety and security ; modernize, construct and equ ip school and support f acilities; update athletic facilities; improve par king and energy usage; and payo ff outstanding liabilities; by issuing $31,200,000 in bonds repaying an annual average of $2,114,000 for 34 years at approximately $59.82 per $100,000 of assessed value, at legal interest rates with in dependent oversight, no funding for employee salaries, and all f unds staying in District?

Measure I. School Bond -- Ripon Unified School District (55% Approval Required)
Fail: 3992 / 48.9% Yes votes ...... 4164 / 51.1% No votes
To provide students with improve d learning environments, build classrooms to maintain smaller classes, replace older portable classrooms with permanent buildings, con struct science labs, and improve career technical facilities, shall Ripon Unified School District be au thorized to issue $38,500,000 in bonds at legal rates, raising an averag e of approximately $2,400,000 ann ually to repay issued bonds through maturity from levies of approximately $0.036 per $100 of assess ed valuation, requiring a citizen's oversight committee, audits, and no money for administrator sal aries?

Measure J. Transient occupancy tax -- City of Manteca (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 13664 / 57.8% Yes votes ...... 9961 / 42.2% No votes
Shall the measure adopting a Cit y of Manteca ordinance to incre ase an ongoing transient occupancy tax (TOT - hotel tax) from 9% to 12% on hotel charges, increasing t he existing hotel tax by 3%, generating an estimated $450,000 to provide essential public services and improvements needed to support our City, be adopted?

Measure K. Affordable Housing -- City of Stockton (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 48542 / 75.9% Yes votes ...... 15444 / 24.1% No votes
Without increasing local taxes, and only by using existing affordable housing funding, shall public or publicly assisted housing providers within the City of Stockton, according to the City's General Plan, construct, develop, acquire, and/ or convert housing project(s) into decent, safe, sanitary, and uncrowded units for low-income, elderly, or handicapped persons, up to 500 units annually for twenty years, with any unused units carried over each year?

Measure L. Sales Tax -- City of Lodi (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 11295 / 58.7% Yes votes ...... 7947 / 41.3% No votes
To make neighborhoods safer, maintain/improve essential City of Lodi services including: reducing crime; maintaining neighborhood police patrols/gang violence intervention/prevention; fixing potholes/city streets; maintaining neighborhood fire stations; enhancing rapid police/fire response times by restoring firefighter and adding police positions; maintaining recreation facilities/programs; and other general fund purposes; shall the City of Lodi measure enacting an ongoing half cent local sales tax, providing $5,400,000 annually, with independent citizen oversight, and funds spent locally, be adopted?

Measure M. Ordinance Amendment -- City of Tracy (Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 5756 / 21.8% Yes votes ...... 20632 / 78.2% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted exempting deed-restricted senior housing, attached homes or detached homes on 4,000 square foot or less lots located in areas identified on the attached map from the City's Growth Management Ordinance, including the implementation section establishing a lottery requirement prior to the sale of homes?

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