Siskiyou County 51st State of Jefferson State Split Question, Measure C (June 2014)

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Siskiyou County State Split Question
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Type:Ballot initiative
Referred by:County supervisors
Topic:State Split
Status:DefeateddDefeated

A Siskiyou County 51st State of Jefferson State Split Question ballot question was on the June 3, 2014 election ballot for voters in Siskiyou County, California, where it was defeated.

If approved, Measure C would have enacted the Territory Initiative Ordinance.[1]

A similar question was before voters in Tehama County on the June 3 election ballot. It was approved.

A similar measure was also put on the ballot in Del Norte County through an initiative petition, but it was defeated.

Tehama County was the fifth county to approve a resolution calling for a state split. Siskiyou County, Modoc County, Glenn County and Yuba County all approved such measures in the past.[2]

Election results

Measure C
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No6,05355.50%
Yes 4,553 44.50%

Text of measure

Ballot question

The question on the ballot:[1]

COUNTY OF SISKIYOU INITIATIVE ORDINANCE
Shall an ordinance be adopted establishing the Republic Jefferson Territory within the boundaries of all of Siskiyou County?[3]

Resolution

The full text of the county board of supervisors resolution putting Measure A on the ballot is available here.

Similar measures

Related measures

Defeatedd Del Norte County 51st State of Jefferson State Split Question, Measure A (June 2014)
Approveda Tehama County 51st State of Jefferson State Split Question, Measure A (June 2014)

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