Tulare Local Healthcare District Method of Electing Board Members, Measure D (June 2012)

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A Tulare Local Healthcare District Method of Electing Board Members, Measure D ballot question was on the June 5, 2012 ballot for voters in the Tulare Local Healthcare District in Tulare County, where it was defeated.

Measure D would have changed the way members of the governing board of the Healthcare District were elected. Up until 2012, the five members of the Healthcare District's governing board had been elected at-large. If Measure D had been approved, the district would have been divided into five voting zones and the residents of each voting zone would have voted on a single member, who must reside in that zone.

Election results

Measure D
Defeatedd No3,16253.07%
Yes 2,796 46.93%
These final election results are from the Tulare County elections office.

Ballot text

The question on the ballot:

MEASURE D: "Shall the Tulare Local Healthcare District change the method of electing the members of its Board of Directors from the current method of at-large voting for all members to a zone-based method in which the District shall be divided into five zones in which residents of each zone will elect a single member who lives within that zone, as described in the resolution of the board of directors dated February 29, 2012?[1]

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