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Revision as of 09:14, 20 March 2014

2014 Local Ballot Measures
By election date
By state
By topic
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Election statsMeasuresTopics
Local election costs
County website evals.

Local pension measures

Pension Hotspots Reports

Original case study on San Jose and San Diego:

Pension reform: San Jose and San Diego voters weigh in
Notable measures
FrackingGMOsMarijuanaMinimum wageSports arenasSecessionOther
School bonds & taxes
Approval rates of School bonds and taxes
Lawsuits
2014 statewide ballot measures
All about Local Measures
CalendarLocal news

In 2014, Ballotpedia is covering all local measures in California as well as any local pension reform efforts on the ballot and any local measures that concern notable or hot button issues.

Coverage of local measures

Pension Hotspots report

Besides having detailed articles on each local measure related to pensions, the local ballot measure project releases a monthly report on pension reform. Below are the 2014 editions:



Notable topics

Ballotpedia is covering the following notable local topics in detail in 2014:

Election details

This page summarizes local issues and keeps track of local election dates as followed on the site.

  • The first tab, Elections, notes each date that an election was held in the year as well as giving a summary of results for elections that have already occurred.
  • The second tab, State, lists each state and lists a few of the measures featured in that state this year.
  • The third tab, Topic lists the most notable topics addressed in various local measures throughout the year.
  • The last tab, News has the most recent news article about local measures as well as listing the last five archived articles.

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Arizona

See also: Local ballot measures, Arizona
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...click here for all 2014 Arizona local measures.

California

See also: Local ballot measures, California
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...click here for all 2014 California local measures.

Colorado

See also: Local ballot measures, Colorado
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...click here for all 2014 Colorado local measures.

Florida

See also: Local ballot measures, Florida
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...click here for all 2014 Florida local measures.

Illinois

See also: Local ballot measures, Illinois
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...click here for all 2014 Illinois local measures.

Michigan

See also: Local ballot measures, Michigan
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...click here for all 2014 Michigan local measures.

Missouri

See also: Local ballot measures, Missouri
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...click here for all 2014 Missouri local measures.

Ohio

See also: Local ballot measures, Ohio
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...click here for all 2014 Ohio local measures.

Oregon

See also: Local ballot measures, Oregon
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...click here for all 2014 Oregon local measures.

Washington

See also: Local ballot measures, Washington
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...click here for all 2014 Washington local measures.

Wisconsin

See also: Local ballot measures, Wisconsin
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...click here for all 2014 Wisconsin local measures.

Below are the most notable topics addressed on local ballot measures in 2014.

See also: Political topics in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 & Notable local measures on the ballot.

Fracking

see also: Fracking on the ballot



GMOs

See also: Local GMO on the ballot



Marijuana legalization

See also: Local marijuana on the ballot



Marijuana tax

See also: Local marijuana tax on the ballot



Minimum wage

See also: Local wages and pay on the ballot



Pension

See also: Local pensions on the ballot



Development projects

See also: Local zoning, land use and development on the ballot



Miscellaneous

See also: Notable local measures on the ballot




Voters may cast ballots on splitting California into six states in 2016

By Brittany Clingen

California

Californians may get the chance to weigh in on whether to splinter their state into six smaller ones come November 2016. Timothy C. Draper, a venture capitalist based in Silicon Valley, submitted signatures for the "Six Californias" Initiative on July 15, 2014.[1] He reports to have submitted 1.3 million signatures, well above the approximately 808,000 required to land the measure on the ballot.[2]

"California needs a reboot. Six Californias is our opportunity to solve the many problems we face today... Six states that are more representative and accountable. Six states that embrace innovation and strive to improve the lives of residents," Draper said.[3] Chipping in $4.9 million, he is currently the sole contributor to the ballot measure's committee.[4]

Unsurprisingly, his plan to dissolve the state into six has met with opposition. Though the group has not yet received any contributions, Joe Rodota, a Republican strategist, and Steven Maviglio, a Democratic consultant, have established an organization called One California to battle Six Californias.[5]

Even if the measure is certified for the ballot and approved by voters in 2016, the California Legislature and the United States Congress would ultimately make the decision about whether to dissolve California into six states.[6]

The measure, in its current form, divides California into the six following states:[7][8]

  • Central California, which would include the counties of Alpina, Calaveras, Fresno, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tulare and Tuolumne.
  • Jefferson, which would include the counties of Butte, Colusa, Del Norte, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Laasen, Mendocino, Modoc, Plumas, Siskiyou, Shasta, Tehama and Trinity.
  • North California, which would include the counties of Amador, El Dorado, Marin, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sierra, Solano, Sonoma, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba.
  • Silicon Valley, which would include the counties of San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Benito, Santa Cruz and Monterey.
  • South California, which would include the counties of Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego.
  • West California, which would include the counties of Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Los Angeles and Ventura.


Other local ballot measure news

Ballotpedia News




See also



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