City of San Diego Elections Charter Amendment, Measure A (June 2014)
Elections and Campaigns
|Not on ballot|
Measure A altered the city charter to make its election process more compatible with state law. It also gave the city elections office more time to mail out ballots, count ballots and certify election results.
- Election results from San Diego Elections Office
Text of measure
The question on the ballot:
AMENDS CITY CHARTER RELATED TO ELECTIONS.
The following individuals signed the official arguments in favor of Measure A:
- Kevin Faulconer, Mayor of the city of San Diego
- Sherri S. Lightner, San Diego City Council President Pro Tem
- Todd Gloria, San Diego City Council President
- Jerry Sanders, president & CEO of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce
- Donna Bartlett-May, co-president of the League of Women Voters of San Diego
Arguments in favor
In the official arguments in favor of Measure A, proponents argued that Measure A would improve the elections process in the city in two important ways:
- It would protect the voting rights of military voters and other overseas voters by allowing more time for ballots to be mailed out and for the counting and certification of submitted ballots.
- It would make the elections process compatible with the process mandated by state law.
No official arguments were submitted in opposition to Measure A. If there is an argument that you would like to see posted here, please email the Local Ballot Measures Project staff writer.
- Local election and voting laws on the ballot
- Local charter amendments on the ballot
- San Diego County, California ballot measures
- June 3, 2014 ballot measures in California
- San Diego County elections department, Measure A voter pamphlet information, archived April 22, 2014
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
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