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Method of Electing Members of the Eastvale City Council, Measure B (June 2010)

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A Method of Electing Members of the Eastvale City Council, Measure B ballot proposition was on the June 8, 2010 ballot for voters in the area that, due to the approval of Measure A, became the City of Eastvale in Riverside County. Measure B gave voters three options about how they would elect members to the city council of the newly-incorporated City of Eastvale.

Election results

Measure B
Options: Votes Percent
ApprovedaAt large 2,324 54.59%
By district 1,154 27.11%
From district 779 18.30%

Election results from Riverside County elections office

The options

Below are explanations of each option.

At-large: At large elections of members of the City Council would mean that anyone who lives in the City may run for a seat on the City Council without regard to district boundaries. Voters of the entire City may vote for all City Council members running for election. The individuals elected are the City Council representatives for the entire City.[1]


By-district: By-district elections of members of the City Council would mean only the people who live in a particular district may run for a seat on the City Council to represent that district. Only the voters of that district may vote for a City Council representative for that district. The individual elected is the City Council representative for that district.[1]


From-district: From-district elections of members of the City Council would mean only the people who live in a particular district may run for a seat on the City Council to represent that district. Voters of the entire city may vote for all City Council members running for election. The individual elected is the City Council representative for that district.[1]

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