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| [[California Proposition 16 (1984)|Proposition 16]]
 
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| $250 million for county jails
 
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| [[California Proposition 17 (1984)|Proposition 17]]
 
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| $300 million for county correctional facilities
 
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| [[California Proposition 18 (1984)|Proposition 18]]
 
| [[California Proposition 18 (1984)|Proposition 18]]
 
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| $370 million for parks, recreational facilities
 
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| [[California Proposition 19 (1984)|Proposition 19]]
 
| [[California Proposition 19 (1984)|Proposition 19]]
 
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| $85 million for acquisition of coastal habitat
 
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| [[California Proposition 20 (1984)|Proposition 20]]
 
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| Candidate who libel their opponents are disqualified from that elective office
 
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| [[California Proposition 21 (1984)|Proposition 21]]
 
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| Reduce limits on how public pension funds can be invested
 
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| [[California Proposition 22 (1984)|Proposition 22]]
 
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| Exempt more state officials from civil service
 
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| [[California Proposition 23 (1984)|Proposition 23]]
 
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| When unreinforced masonry bearing wall is improved, added value not taxable
 
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| [[California Proposition 24 (1984)|Proposition 24]]
 
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| Rules about membership on Senate and Assembly Rules Committees
 
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Revision as of 07:38, 13 December 2009

Next: 1986 propositions
Twenty-six statewide ballot propositions were on the 1984 ballot in California.

1984 was the first year that statewide ballot propositions were numbered sequentially based on numbers from previous years. In 1982 and earlier, measures on the ballot in June started with "Proposition 1", as did the numbers on the ballot in November. This resulted in a situation where a "Proposition 1", and so on, would be on the ballot in June and a different Proposition 1, and so on, would be on the November ballot.

June 5, 1984

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRSS Proposition 16 Bonds $250 million for county jails Approveda
LRSS Proposition 17 Bonds $300 million for county correctional facilities Approveda
LRSS Proposition 18 Bonds $370 million for parks, recreational facilities Approveda
LRSS Proposition 19 Bonds $85 million for acquisition of coastal habitat Approveda
LRCA Proposition 20 Elections Candidate who libel their opponents are disqualified from that elective office Approveda
LRCA Proposition 21 Admin of gov't Reduce limits on how public pension funds can be invested Approveda
LRCA Proposition 22 Labor Exempt more state officials from civil service Defeatedd
LRCA Proposition 23 Taxes When unreinforced masonry bearing wall is improved, added value not taxable Approveda
CISS Proposition 24 Legislature Rules about membership on Senate and Assembly Rules Committees Approveda

November 6, 1984

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