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California school district bond elections in 2010

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83 school bond propositions totalling $5,630,200,000 were on 83 local California school district ballots in 2010.

61 out of 83 of the school bond propositions were approved, or 73.5%.

School bond elections in California

June 8

See also: June 8, 2010 election in California

20 school bond propositions totalling $1,424,000,000 were on the June 8, 2010 ballot.


June 8, 2010 California school bond election results
Status Number Dollars District % Dollar %
Approveda Approved 15 $1,325,050,000 75% 93.05%
Defeatedd Defeated 5 $98,950,000 25% 6.95%
Totals: 20 $1,424,000,000 100% 100%

Individual results

Measure County Amount Outcome
Anderson Valley Unified, Measure A Mendocino $15,250,000 Approveda

Arcohe Union, Measure A Sacramento $3,900,000 Defeatedd

Big Pine, Measure A Inyo $4,100,000 Approveda

Blue Lake Elementary, Measure K Humboldt $2,000,000 Approveda

Calipatria Unified, Measure I Imperial $25,000,000 Defeatedd

Campbell Union Elementary, Measure G Santa Clara $150,000,000 Approveda

Corcoran Unified, Measure Q Kings/Tulare $24,700,000 Defeatedd

Garden Grove Unified, Measure A Orange $250,000,000 Approveda

Greenfield Union, Measure L Monterey $8,300,000 Approveda

Hope School, Measure L Santa Barbara $8,000,000 Approveda

Los Gatos Union, Measure E Santa Clara $30,900,000 Approveda

Lucerne Valley Unified, Measure S San Bernardino $7,950,000 Defeatedd

Lynwood Unified, Measure AA Los Angeles $37,400,000 Defeatedd

Mark West Union, Measure C Sonoma $14,000,000 Approveda

Mountain View-Los Altos Union, Measure A Santa Clara $41,300,000 Approveda

Mt. Diablo Unified, Measure C Contra Costa $348,000,000 Approveda

Rohnerville, Measure M Humboldt $5,000,000 Approveda

Southern Humboldt Unified, Measure L Humboldt/Mendocino $25,200,000 Approveda

West Contra Costa Unified, Measure D Contra Costa $380,000,000 Approveda

Willits Unified, Measure B Mendocino $43,000,000 Approveda

November 2

See also: November 2, 2010 election in California

63 school bond propositions totalling $4,206,200,000 were on the November 2, 2010 ballot.


November 2, 2010 California school bond election results
Status Number Dollars District % Dollar %
Approveda Approved 46 $3,728,200,000 73% 88.64%
Defeatedd Defeated 17 $478,000,000 27% 11.36%
Totals: 63 $4,206,200,000 100% 100%

Individual results

Measure County Amount Outcome
Anaheim G Orange $169,300,000 Approveda

Aromas-San Juan Z Monterey/Santa Cruz $16,100,000 Approveda

Atascadero I-10 San Luis Obispo $117,000,000 Approveda

Baker Valley D San Bernardino $3,200,000 Defeatedd

Belmont-Redwood I & N San Mateo $60,000,000 Approveda
Bennett Valley J Sonoma $10,600,000 Approveda

Berkeley I Alameda $210,000,000 Approveda

Calistoga A Sonoma/Napa $42,000,000 Approveda

Centinela Valley CV Los Angeles $98,000,000 Approveda

Claremont CL Los Angeles $95,000,000 Defeatedd

Cloverdale G Sonoma $17,000,000 Approveda

Coalinga-Huron E Monterey/Fresno $16,100,000 Approveda

Cutler-Orosi T Fresno/Tulare $15,000,000 Defeatedd

Dehasa M San Diego $5,500,000 Approveda

Dixon D Solano $32,000,000 Defeatedd

Duarte E Los Angeles $62,000,000 Approveda

El Rancho EE Los Angeles $52,000,000 Approveda

Emery Unified J Alameda $95,000,000 Approveda

Encinatas Union P San Diego $44,200,000 Approveda

Fairfax C Kern $24,800,000 Approveda

Forestville Union K Sonoma $5,100,000 Approveda

Franklin-McKinley J Santa Clara $50,000,000 Approveda

Fresno Unified Q Fresno $280,000,000 Approveda

Hamilton Unified O Glenn $5,400,000 Defeatedd

Hughson Unified H Stanislaus $21,000,000 Defeatedd

Imperial Community College J Imperial $80,000,000 Approveda

Jefferson J San Joaquin $35,400,000 Approveda

Julian Union L San Diego $2,100,000 Approveda

Junction Elementary C Shasta $3,100,000 Defeatedd

Knightsen Elementary N Contra Costa $5,000,000 Defeatedd

Lynwood Unified L Los Angeles $45,000,000 Defeatedd

Magnolia I Orange $16,300,000 Approveda

Martinez Unified K Contra Costa $45,000,000 Approveda

Monterey Peninsula P Monterey $110,000,000 Approveda

Moreland Elementary K Santa Clara $55,000,000 Approveda

Mt. San Jacinto Community College U Riverside $47,000,000 Defeatedd

Northern Humboldt Union Q Humboldt $25,800,000 Approveda

Ohlone Community College G Alameda $349,000,000 Approveda

Piner-Olivet L Sonoma $20,000,000 Approveda

Pittsburg Unified L Contra Costa $100,000,000 Approveda

Rialto Unified Y San Bernardino $98,000,000 Approveda

Ross Valley A Marin $41,000,000 Approveda

Saint Helena Unified B Napa $30,000,000 Approveda

San Jose City College G Santa Clara $268,000,000 Approveda

San Leandro M Alameda $50,000,000 Approveda

San Marcos Unified K San Diego $287,000,000 Approveda

San Mateo Union O San Mateo $186,000,000 Approveda

Santa Barbara Elementary R Santa Barbara $75,000,000 Approveda

Santa Barbara High Q Santa Barbara $75,000,000 Approveda

Santa Clara Unified H Santa Clara $81,100,000 Approveda

Scott Valley Unified E Siskiyou $5,900,000 Defeatedd

Sierra Plumas Joint C Plumas/Sierra $5,000,000 Defeatedd

Sierra Unified S Fresno $9,600,000 Defeatedd

Sonoma Valley Unified H Sonoma $40,000,000 Approveda

Sonora Elementary H Tuolumne $3,800,000 Defeatedd

South San Francisco Unified J San Mateo $162,000,000 Approveda

Summerville Union High G Tuolumne $8,000,000 Defeatedd

Twin Hill Union M Sonoma $11,000,000 Approveda

Waterford Unified I Stanislaus $11,000,000 Defeatedd

West Sonoma County Union I Sonoma $23,800,000 Approveda

Western Placer Unified J Placer $163,000,000 Defeatedd

Wiseburn AA Los Angeles $87,000,000 Approveda

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