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{{noca2012}}{{tnr}}An '''Election Day as a Holiday''' ballot initiative (11-0001)  was {{circulation}} in [[California]] with a circulation deadline of September 1, 2011.
 
{{noca2012}}{{tnr}}An '''Election Day as a Holiday''' ballot initiative (11-0001)  was {{circulation}} in [[California]] with a circulation deadline of September 1, 2011.
  

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An Election Day as a Holiday ballot initiative (11-0001) was approved for circulation in California with a circulation deadline of September 1, 2011.

Its sponsors did not submit any signatures to election officials by the deadline. To earn a spot on the state's 2012 ballot, sponsors of the initiative would have had to collect 504,760 signatures.

A letter requesting a title and summary for the proposed initiative was signed by Roy Benson, and was received by the Attorney General of California's office on February 9, 2011.

Text of measure

See also: Ballot titles, summaries and fiscal statements for California's 2012 ballot propositions

Ballot title:

Election Day Holiday. Initiative Statute.

Official summary:

Establishes an Election Day state holiday as the Tuesday following the first Monday in November during even-numbered years.

Summary of estimated fiscal impact:

(This is a summary of the initiative's estimated "fiscal impact on state and local government" prepared by the California Legislative Analyst's Office and the Director of Finance.)

"Increased state costs once every two years of probably less than $20 million."

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