June 7, 2011 ballot measures in California
It was thought earlier in the year that one or more statewide ballot measures, including a possible Tax Increase Proposition advocated by Jerry Brown, would be on the June 7 ballot, in addition to local measures impacting cities, counties, schools and special districts. However, that did not come to pass for the June 7 ballot.
- See also: Butte County, California ballot measures
Donald Kuehne and Joanne Ward recall, Hercules, California (2011)
City of Richmond Sales Tax, Measures C and D (Advisory measure "C" was approved, but the tax itself, "D", was defeated.)
Kensington Community Services District Appropriations Limit, Measure E
Alamo Parks and Recreation County Service Area R-7A Appropriations Limit, Measure F
- Bass Lake Joint Union School District Number of Seats on Governing Board (also on ballot in Mariposa County)
- Bass Lake Joint Union School District Number of Seats on Governing Board (also on ballot in Madera County)
- In all, eleven counties had ballot measures on the June 7 ballot, with six measures so far listed as defeated, and ten listed as approved.
- Recall measures in Hercules, Contra Costa County were succesfull. They were the only recall measures listed for June 7, 2011 local elections in California.
- Only one of the four listed parcel tax questions was approved. The approved measure was in Trinity County
- A measure asking local voters whether to approve the construction of a Walmart Supercenter in Menifee, Riverside County was approved by almost 77% of voters.
- Results are still being updated by Ballotpedia concerning Madera and Mariposa Counties. Results will appear as soon as possible.