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This page contained potential statewide ballot meausures that were filed, were being reviewed or had begun circulation to obtain signatures for it to be placed on a 2011 primary or general election ballot.

A list of measures that did not qualify for the 2011 ballot can be found here.

See also 2011 ballot measures for ballot measures that were confirmed for a 2011 ballot, and filed initiatives

California

California 2011 ballot propositions

Jerry Brown, the Governor of California, suggested in January 2011 that he would ask the California State Legislature to refer one or more ballot questions to a statewide ballot in 2011 that would pose for the state's voters a series of taxation and spending proposals.[1] This, however, did not come to pass.

If the state's legislature had referred a plan to the ballot, the most likely month for the election was said to be June 2011. However, the deadline for a referred measure to go on the June 7, 2011 ballot

passed without an agreement and eventually the deadline for referring a measure to the November 8, 2011 ballot slipped past as well.[2]
Type Title Subject Description Result
LR State Tax Increase Taxes A package of state tax increases Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot

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