Cosumnes Community Services District Board Member Divisions, Measure S (November 2008)
If Measure S had been approved, the way that members of the board of the district are elected would have changed. Heading into the election on Measure S, members of the board were elected at-large, and could reside anywhere in the district. If Measure S had been approved, this would have changed so that the district would have been divided into five geographical jurisdictions with approximately equal populations, and one board member would have been elected from each of those regions.
- These final, certified, results are from the Sacramento County elections office.
The question on the ballot:
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|Measure S: "Shall the Cosumnes Community Services District change the system in which Board members are elected from the current at-large electoral system, meaning Board members may reside anywhere in the jurisdiction and are elected by all voters within the District, to a system in which the Cosumnes Community Services District jurisdiction is divided into five equally- populated geographical divisions, with one Board member elected from each division by all voters within the District?"|