California Proposition 18, County Officials Required to File Financial Statements (1918)

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Proposition 18 appeared on the ballot in California in 1918 as an initiated state statute. Its goal was to reguire county officials to file financial statements with the governing body of the county in which they were employed or served as an officer. Those statements were then to be submitted to a state board along with proposed county budgets, before a county could levy a tax.

It was defeated at the polls.

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