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Humboldt County, California ballot measures

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Humboldt County is one of 58 California counties. The Humboldt County elections department is in charge of the conduct of ballot measure elections for all municipalities and school districts throughout the county.

Carolyn Crnich is Humboldt County's Clerk/Recorder and Registrar of Voters.

2014

November 4

See also: November 4, 2014 ballot measures in California

June 3

See also: June 3, 2014 ballot measures in California

Approveda Measure L: Kneeland Fire Protection District Special Tax
Approveda Measure M: Hydesville Elementary School District Bond Issue
Defeatedd Measure N: Southern Humboldt Joint Unified School District Bond Issue (also in Mendocino County)
Approveda Measure O: City of Ferndale Appointment of City Clerk & Treasurer

2013

November 5

See also: November 5, 2013 ballot measures in California

Approveda Measure K: Fieldbrook Glendale Community Services District parcel tax

2012

November 6

See also: November 6, 2012 ballot measures in California

Approveda Measure D: Fortuna Union High School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure E: Arcata Elementary School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure F: Arcata Elementary School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure G: Trinidad (City of) Sales Tax Increase
Approveda Measure H: City of Arcata Corporations Are Not People
Approveda Measure I: City of Arcata Residential Electricity Users Tax
Defeatedd Measure J: City of Rio Dell bond proposition

June 5

See also: June 5, 2012 ballot measures in California

Approveda Measure V: Southern Trinity Joint Unified School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure W: Trinidad Union School District bond proposition
Defeatedd Measure X: City of Rio Dell Street Improvements bond proposition
Approveda Measure Y: Humboldt County Abandoned Vehicle Abatement Program

2011

November 8

See also: November 8, 2011 ballot measures in California

Approveda Measure U: Consolidation of the Fortuna Union and Rohnerville Elementary School Districts

August 30

See also: August 30, 2011 ballot measures in California

Approveda Measure T: Scotia Community Services District Formation

2010

November 2

See also: November 2, 2010 election in California

Approveda Measure N: Eureka Balloon Track Zoning
Approveda Measure O: Eureka Sales Tax Increase
Approveda Measure P: Eureka City Charter Update
Approveda Measure Q: Northern Humboldt Union High School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure S: Ferndale Navy Housing Complex Conversion to Low-Income Housing

June 8

See also: June 8, 2010 election in California

Approveda Measure K: Blue Lake Elementary School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure L: Southern Humboldt Unified School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure M: Rohnerville School District bond proposition

2008

November 4

See also: November 4, 2008 ballot measures in California

Approveda Measure D: City of Eureka Sales Tax
Approveda Measure E: City of Eureka Hotel Tax
Approveda Measure F: City of Arcata Ban on Military Recruitment
Approveda Measure G: City of Arcata Sales Tax
Approveda Measure H: Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District bond proposition (also on the ballot in parts of Trinity County)
Approveda Measure I: City of Trinidad Sales Tax Increase
Approveda Measure J: City of Eureka Ban on Military Recruitment

June 3

See also: June 3, 2008 ballot measures in California

Approveda Measure C: McKinleyville Union School District bond proposition

February 5

See also February 5, 2008 ballot measures in California

Approveda Measure A: City of Arcata Utility Users Tax
Defeatedd Measure B: Manila Community Services District Water Fluoridation

Impact of 2006's Measure T

In June 2006, Humboldt County voters approved Measure T by a margin of 54.6%. The measure forbids non-local corporate contributions to campaigns for Humboldt County measures.[1]

Federal Court judge Susan Illston issued a federal injunction against Measure T on September 22, 2008.[2][3]

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