A ballot measure to cap the number of
Proposition D received majority support in virtually all of the hundreds of city precincts, including areas represented by outspoken opponents to the measure on the City Council.
In the final tally released last Friday by the city clerk, Proposition D passed with support from 62.4% of the 376,000 city residents who voted on the measure.
The majority voted yes in all 15 City Council districts, including those represented by Councilmen Mitchell Englander and Jose Huizar, who in part cited constituent concerns when they opposed the measure before election day.
Under Proposition D, only those
Two competing ballot measures failed to win support. One of them, Measure F, would have allowed unlimited pot shops as long as they met certain requirements. Another, Initiative E, would have only allowed the pre-moratorium pot shops but did not include a tax increase, which Proposition D did.