A Commercial airport at MCAS Miramar: San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, Proposition A
was on the November 7, 2006 ballot
for voters of San Diego County
, where it was defeated.
Proposition A was an advisory measure presented to the voters by the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. An advisory measure means that if the voters approve the measure, the provisions of the measure would not be binding, but rather would be an indication of the voters’ preference and advice on the subject of the measure to the Airport Authority. In this case a "yes" vote indicated that voters were in favor of the Airport Authority and government officials obtaining 3,000 acres at MCAS Miramar. A "no" vote indicated voters did not want this purchase to go forward.
| Proposition A|
|Yes|| 278,470|| 38.17%|
- These final, certified, results are from the San Diego County elections office.
The text on the ballot appeared as:
Should Airport Authority and government officials work toward obtaining 3,000 acres at MCAS Miramar by 2020 for a commercial airport, providing certain conditions are met?