A City of Salinas Half-Cent Sales Tax in Perpetuity, Measure E
ballot question was on the November 6, 2012 ballot
for voters in the City of Salinas in Monterey County
, where it was approved
There was already a sales tax in the City of Salinas of a half-cent. It was approved in 2005 as Measure V. It was scheduled to expire in March 2016.
The approval of Measure V means the sales tax will not expire and instead will exist in perpetuity.
| Measure E|
| Yes|| 25,708|| 77.60%|
- Final official results from the Monterey County elections office.
The question on the ballot:
|| Measure E: "Crime Prevention, Safety, Library and Essential Services. To preserve essential services and facilities in Salinas, including: crime and gang prevention; keeping libraries open; emergency response, police, fire, paramedics; fixing streets and sidewalks; parks and recreation for youth and seniors; and other city services; shall the City of Salinas renew its existing sales tax (Measure V) to provide ongoing local funds to be used only in Salinas, protected from State takeaways, with independent citizens’ oversight and annual audits?"