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Revision as of 08:03, 18 June 2014

June 15
May 25
The June 8, 2010 election in California included a number of notable statewide and local ballot measures, in addition to the primary election contests on the ballot for Governor of California, Attorney General, other statewide elected officials, members of the U.S. Congress, seats in the state senate and in the state assembly.

A total of 108 local ballot measures, including two recall questions, were on local California ballots on June 8, in 31 of California's 58 counties.

Of the 108 local measures, 76 were approved and 32 were defeated. In both local recall elections, the recall target was recalled.

Twenty-three parcel tax measures were on the June 8 ballot. 17 of them (74%) were approved. Of the parcel tax measures on the June 8 ballot, eleven were for school funding and twelve were for non-school taxing districts, including libraries, cities and so on. A notable school parcel tax on the June 8 ballot was the San Mateo Community College parcel tax, Measure G, which narrowly passed. Measure G was the first time a community college parcel tax was on a California ballot.

Nine zoning, land use and development measures were on the June 8 ballot, including the much commented-upon Santa Clara Stadium for the 49ers, Measure J.

Local

See also: Analysis of ballot measure information on California county websites for June 8, 2010 election

Alameda

Alameda County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Creation of the Lammersville Joint Unified School District (also on the ballot in parts of San Joaquin County)
Approveda Measure B: Byron Bethany Irrigation District Size of the Board of Directors (also on the ballot in parts of Contra Costa County)
Defeatedd Measure C: Berkeley Public Swimming Pools parcel tax
Defeatedd Measure D: Pleasanton Referendum on Oak Grove

Amador

Amador County ballot measures

Approveda Measure N: Gold Rush Ranch and Golf Resort Referendum

Contra Costa

Contra Costa County ballot measures

Approveda Measure B: Byron Bethany Irrigation District Size of the Board of Directors (also on the ballot in parts of Alameda County and San Joaquin County)
Approveda Measure C: Mt. Diablo Unified School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure D: West Contra Costa Unified School District bond proposition
Defeatedd Measure E: Contra Costa County Service Area P-6 (Zone 3111) parcel tax
Defeatedd Measure F: City of Brentwood Urban Limit Expansion
Approveda Measure G: City of Kensington parcel tax

Fresno

See also: Fresno County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: City of Fresno Charter Amendment about Adding City Council Seats
Defeatedd Measure P: Cutler-Orosi Unified Schools parcel tax (also on the ballot in parts of Tulare County)
Defeatedd Measure O: City of Orange Cove Mayor Appointments
Defeatedd Measure K: City of Selma Hotel Tax

Humboldt

Humboldt County, California ballot measures

Approveda Measure K: Blue Lake Elementary School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure L: Southern Humboldt Unified School District bond proposition (also on the ballot in parts of Mendocino County)
Approveda Measure M: Rohnerville School District bond proposition

Imperial

Imperial County, California ballot measures

Approveda Measure H: City of Calexico Sales Tax
Defeatedd Measure I: Calipatria Unified School District

Inyo

Inyo County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Big Pine School District bond proposition

Kern

Kern County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: City of Ridgecrest Trash Collection Ordinance
Approveda Measure B: City of Ridgecrest Recycling Services Ordinance

Kings

Kings County ballot measures

Defeatedd Measure Q: Corcoran Unified Schools bond proposition (also on the ballot in parts of Tulare County)

Los Angeles

Los Angeles County ballot measures

Defeatedd Measure A: Torrance Change in Election Schedule
Defeatedd Measure AA: Lynwood Unified School District bond proposition
Defeatedd Measure CS: Inglewood Civil Service Positions
Defeatedd Measure E: Los Angeles Unified School District parcel tax

Marin

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Marin County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Marin County Free Library parcel tax
Approveda Measure B: City of San Anselmo Library parcel tax
Approveda Measure C: City of San Rafael Library parcel tax
Defeatedd Measure D: Santa Venetia Flood Control District 7 parcel tax
Approveda Measure E: Muir Beach Community Service District parcel tax
Approveda Measure F: Management of the Novato Sanitary District

Mendocino

Mendocino County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Anderson Valley Unified School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure B: Willits Unified School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure L: Southern Humboldt Unified School District bond proposition (also on the ballot in parts of Humboldt County)

Modoc

Modoc County ballot measures

Approveda Measure O: City of Alturas Mosquito abatement per-meter fee
Approveda Measure P: Surprise Valley Healthcare District parcel tax

Mono

Mono County ballot measures

Approveda Measure M: Mammoth Lakes Marijuana Cooperatives
Approveda Measure U: Mammoth Lakes Utility Users Tax

Monterey

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Monterey County ballot measures

Approveda Measure L: Greenfield Union School District bond proposition

Orange

Orange County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Garden Grove Unified School bonds
Defeatedd Measure B: Buena Park Schools parcel tax
Approveda Measure C: Costa Mesa Vote on the Orange County Fairgrounds
Defeatedd Measure D: Mission Viejo Right-to-Vote Amendment

Riverside

Riverside County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Proposed Incorporation of the City of Eastvale
Approveda Measure B: Method of Electing Members of the Eastvale City Council (The "at large" option won.)
Approveda Measure G: City of Desert Hot Springs parcel tax
Approveda Measure H: Cathedral City Sales Tax
Approveda Measure I: City of Coachella Utility Users Tax

Sacramento

Sacramento County ballot measures

Defeatedd Measure A: Arcohe Union School District bond proposition

San Bernardino

San Bernardino County ballot measures

Defeatedd Measure O: City of Redlands Limits on Big Box Stores
Approveda Measure P: City of Needles Charter Amendment
Approveda Measure Q: City of Needles Sale of the Colorado Medical Center
Defeatedd Measure RR: City of Rialto Contributions to PERS
Defeatedd Measure S: Lucerne Valley Unified School District bond proposition

San Diego

Scenic, tourist-attracting Del Mar, where voters declined to impose a Cottage Tax on June 8
San Diego County ballot measures

Approveda Proposition A: East Otay Mesa Recycling
Approveda Proposition B: San Diego County Supervisor Term Limits
Approveda Proposition C: San Diego Preference in Hiring Veterans
Approveda Proposition D: San Diego Strong Mayor
Approveda Proposition G: Chula Vista Public Works and Unions
Defeatedd Proposition H: City of Coronado Traffic Tunnel Advisory Vote
Defeatedd Proposition J: Del Mar Cottage Tax
Approveda Proposition K: Oceanside Charter
Defeatedd Proposition L: Solana Beach Business Tax
Approveda City of Poway: Betty Rexford recall

San Francisco

San Francisco ballot measures

Approveda Proposition A: San Francisco Unified School District parcel tax
Approveda Proposition B: San Francisco Earthquake Safety Bond
Defeatedd Proposition C: San Francisco Film Commission Appointments
Approveda Proposition D: San Francisco Public Employee Pensions
Approveda Proposition E: San Francisco Costs of Protecting Dignitaries
Defeatedd Proposition F: San Francisco Rent Increase Hardship Appeals
Approveda Proposition G: San Francisco Transbay Terminal Advisory Vote

San Joaquin

San Joaquin County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Creation of the Lammersville Joint Unified School District (also on the ballot in parts of Alameda County)
Approveda Measure B: Byron Bethany Irrigation District Size of the Board of Directors (also on the ballot in parts of Alameda County and Contra Costa County)
Defeatedd Measure C: North San Joaquin Water Conservation District
Approveda Stockton Unified School District: Dan Castillo recall

San Luis Obispo

San Luis Obispo County ballot measures

Defeatedd Measure A-10: City of Arroyo Grande Police Station bond proposition

San Mateo

San Mateo County ballot measures

Approveda Measure E: Cabrillo Unified School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure G: San Mateo Community College parcel tax
Approveda Measure H: City of East Palo Alto Rent Control

Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara County ballot measures

Defeatedd Measure J: Carpinteria Oil Drilling Initiative
Approveda Measure K: County of Santa Barbara County Hotel Tax
Approveda Measure L: Hope School District bond proposition

Santa Clara

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Santa Clara County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School bond proposition
Approveda Measure B: Milpitas Unified School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure C: Oak Grove School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure E: Los Gatos Union School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure G: Campbell Union Elementary School bond proposition
Approveda Measure H: Mount Pleasant Elementary School parcel tax
Approveda Measure I: Alum Rock Elementary School parcel tax
Approveda Measure J: City of Santa Clara Stadium for the 49ers
Approveda Measure K: City of San Jose Card Clubs Expansion
Approveda Measure L: North County Library parcel tax

Solano

Solano County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: City of Vallejo Repeal of Binding Arbitration

Sonoma

Sonoma County ballot measures

Approveda Measure C: Mark West Union School District bond proposition
Defeatedd Measure D: Sonoma County Civil Service Ordinance Amendment
Approveda Measure E: Rohnert Park Sales Tax Increase
Approveda Measure F: Russian River Fire Protection District parcel tax

Tulare

Tulare County ballot measures

Defeatedd Measure P: Cutler-Orosi Unified Schools parcel tax (also on the ballot in parts of Fresno County)
Defeatedd Measure Q: Corcoran Unified Schools bond proposition (also on the ballot in parts of Kings County)
Defeatedd Measure R: Porterville Charter Amendment

Tuolumne

Tuolumne County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Tuolumne County Hotel Tax
Approveda Measure B: City of Sonora Hotel Tax

Yolo

Yolo County ballot measures

Approveda Measure Q: City of Davis Sales Tax
Approveda Measure R: City of Davis Right to Vote on Open Space
Approveda Measure S: City of Woodland Sales Tax for Libraries (Advisory)
Approveda Measure T: City of Woodland Sales Tax for Parks (Advisory)
Approveda Measure U: City of Woodland Sales Tax for Public Safety (Advisory)
Approveda Measure V: City of Woodland Sales Tax
Approveda Measure W: City of Winters Utility Users Tax
Approveda Measure Y: City of Winters Police and Fire Advisory Vote

Statewide

Statewide propositions

See also: California 2010 ballot propositions
Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Proposition 13 Taxes Seismic retrofitting should not add to property's tax assessed value Approveda
LRCA Proposition 14 Elections Top two primary vote getters move to general regardless of party affiliation Approveda
LRSS Proposition 15 Elections Public funding of politician's campaigns Defeatedd
CICA Proposition 16 Elections New two-thirds vote requirement for local public electricity providers Defeatedd
CISS Proposition 17 Regulation Discount for those who have had continuous auto insurance coverage Defeatedd

Candidates

See also

References

  1. The status of this ballot measure is unclear. Tuolumne County election officials have been queried about it. The idea that there would be such a vote was based on a newspaper article from March 2010.