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STATE ELECTION RETURNS : STATEWIDE PROPOSITIONS

California Results

99.9 % Precincts Reporting 78--Higher Education Facilities Bond Act

Votes % Yes 5,053,675 57.6 No 3,723,101 42.4

79--1988 School Facilities Bond Act

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Votes % Yes 5,335,280 61.2 No 3,389,234 38.8

80--New Prison Construction Bond Act

Votes % Yes 5,275,433 61.0 No 3,374,346 39.0

81--California Safe Drinking Water Bond Law

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Votes % Yes 6,256,061 71.6 No 2,481,996 28.4

82--Water Conservation Bond Law

Votes % Yes 5,290,644 62.3 No 3,201,076 37.7

83--Clean Water and Water Reclamation Bond Law

Votes % Yes 5,532,427 64.4 No 3,061,525 35.6

84--Housing and Homeless Bond Act

Votes % Yes 5,130,205 58.2 No 3,692,066 41.8

85--Library Construction and Renovation Bond Act

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Votes % Yes 4,541,138 52.6 No 4,095,344 47.4

86--County Correctional Facilities Capital Expenditure and Youth Facility Bond Act

Votes % Yes 4,641,181 54.7 No 3,847,096 45.3

87--Redevelopment Agencies

Votes % Yes 5,512,413 67.7 No 2,634,357 32.3

88--Deposit of Public Moneys

Votes % Yes 6,135,395 74.5 No 2,103,059 25.5

89--Governor’s Parole Review

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Votes % Yes 4,655,450 54.9 No 3,818,954 45.1

90--Assessed Valuation

Votes % Yes 5,737,647 69.0 No 2,581,468 31.0

91--Justice Courts--Eligibility

Votes % Yes 5,631,425 70.5 No 2,360,325 29.5

92--Commission on Judicial Performance

Votes % Yes 5,906,525 74.0 No 2,077,114 26.0

93--Veterans’ Property Tax Exemption

Votes % Yes 5,933,039 70.8 No 2,445,523 29.2

94--Judges

Votes % Yes 5,398,153 65.0 No 2,909,649 35.0

95--Hunger and Homelessness Funding

Votes % Yes 3,870,882 45.2 No 4,689,046 54.8

96--Communicable Disease Tests

Votes % Yes 5,431,189 62.3 No 3,289,373 37.7

97--State Occupational Safety and Health Plan

Votes % Yes 4,518,715 53.7 No 3,890,634 46.3

98--School Funding

Votes % Yes 4,384,806 50.8 No 4,249,451 49.2

99--Cigarette and Tobacco Tax, Benefit Fund

Votes % Yes 5,268,983 57.8 No 3,839,259 42.2

100--Insurance Rates, Regulation

Votes % Yes 3,649,381 41.0 No 5,250,998 59.0

101--Automobile Accident Claims and Insurance Rates

Votes % Yes 1,161,440 13.3 No 7,583,729 86.7

102--Reporting Exposure to AIDS Virus

Votes % Yes 3,027,119 34.3 No 5,786,664 65.7

103--Insurance Rates, Regulation, Commissioner

Votes % Yes 4,580,818 51.1 No 4,376,916 48.9

104--Automobile and Other Insurance

Votes % Yes 2,253,691 25.3 No 6,641,051 74.7

105--Disclosures to Consumers, Voters, Investors

Votes % Yes 4,574,262 54.4 No 3,836,650 45.6

106--Attorney Fees Limit for Tort Claims

Votes % Yes 4,039,697 46.7 No 4,607,842 53.3

L.A. County Results

100 % Precincts Reporting 78--Higher Education Facilities Bond Act

Votes % Yes 1,447,777 62.0 No 887,451 38.0

79--1988 School Facilities Bond Act

Votes % Yes 1,492,514 64.0 No 840,355 36.0

80--New Prison Construction Bond Act

Votes % Yes 1,466,610 63.6 No 838,907 36.4

81--California Safe Drinking Water Bond Law

Votes % Yes 1,780,359 76.3 No 553,876 23.7

82--Water Conservation Bond Law

Votes % Yes 1,515,258 66.6 No 759,779 33.4

83--Clean Water and Water Reclamation Bond Law

Votes % Yes 1,605,013 69.6 No 701,747 30.4

84--Housing and Homeless Bond Act

Votes % Yes 1,493,485 63.4 No 860,725 36.6

85--Library Construction and Renovation Bond Act

Votes % Yes 1,321,964 57.5 No 975,396 42.5

86--County Correctional Facilities Capital Expenditure and Youth Facility Bond Act

Votes % Yes 1,305,802 58.4 No 931,218 41.6

87--Redevelopment Agencies

Votes % Yes 1,547,234 71.5 No 616,339 28.5

88--Deposit of Public Moneys

Votes % Yes 1,654,372 75.9 No 524,798 24.1

89--Governor’s Parole Review

Votes % Yes 1,240,019 55.2 No 1,004,793 44.8

90--Assessed Valuation

Votes % Yes 1,649,705 74.3 No 569,598 25.7

91--Justice Courts--Eligibility

Votes % Yes 1,589,061 74.7 No 538,952 25.3

92--Commission on Judicial Performance

Votes % Yes 1,641,948 77.5 No 477,336 22.5

93--Veterans’ Property Tax Exemption

Votes % Yes 1,686,732 76.1 No 528,997 23.9

94--Judges

Votes % Yes 1,502,003 68.8 No 679,797 31.2

95--Hunger and Homelessness Funding

Votes % Yes 1,164,001 51.7 No 1,086,387 48.3

96--Communicable Disease Tests

Votes % Yes 1,418,438 61.6 No 885,889 38.4

97--State Occupational Safety and Health Plan

Votes % Yes 1,336,437 60.1 No 887,518 39.9

98--School Funding

Votes % Yes 1,260,046 55.0 No 1,029,198 45.0

99--Cigarette and Tobacco Tax, Benefit Fund

Votes % Yes 1,454,265 59.7 No 980,437 40.3

100--Insurance Rates, Regulation

Votes % Yes 1,203,831 50.5 No 1,178,409 49.5

101--Automobile Accident Claims and Insurance Rates

Votes % Yes 359,546 15.4 No 1,971,915 84.6

102--Reporting Exposure to AIDS Virus

Votes % Yes 766,960 32.9 No 1,562,764 67.1

103--Insurance Rates, Regulation, Commissioner

Votes % Yes 1,497,479 62.8 No 888,900 37.2

104--Automobile and Other Insurance

Votes % Yes 524,651 22.2 No 1,841,263 77.8

105--Disclosures to Consumers, Voters, Investors

Votes % Yes 1,371,831 61.7 No 852,430 38.3

106--Attorney Fees Limit for Tort Claims

Votes % Yes 978,857 43.3 No 1,279,798 56.7

--Elected candidates and ballot measures are in bold.

--Compiled by Alma Cook; also contributing were Lilia Beebe, John M. Hayes, Hilary Iker, Mike Meyers and Mike Rothstein.


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