March 8, 2011 ballot measures in California

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Alameda

See also: Alameda County, California ballot measures

El Dorado

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Los Angeles

Should visitors to Little Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Hills get two hours or three hours of free parking?
See also: Los Angeles County, California ballot measures

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Approveda Beverly Hills Two Hours of Free Parking Initiative, Measure 2P
Defeatedd Beverly Hills Three Hours of Free Parking for Residents, Measure 3P
Defeatedd Beverly Hills Tax on Oil and Natural Gas, Measure O
Approveda Los Angeles Pension Reform, Measure G
Approveda Los Angeles Restriction on Campaign Contributions from City Contractors, Measure H
Approveda Los Angeles DWP Ratepayer Advocate, Measure I
Approveda Los Angeles DWP Revenue Transfers and Budget Deadline, Measure J
Approveda Los Angeles Reassignment of Funds for Library System, Measure L
Approveda Los Angeles Tax on Medical Marijuana, Measure M
Approveda Los Angeles Public Funding of Campaigns, Measure N
Defeatedd Los Angeles Tax on Oil Companies, Measure O
Approveda Los Angeles Emergency Reserve and Budget Stabilization Fund, Measure P
Approveda Los Angeles Civil Service Hiring Rule Changes, Measure Q
Defeatedd Rancho Palos Verdes Adoption of a City Charter, Measure RPV-C
Defeatedd West Hollywood Billboard Taxes and Regulation, Measure WH-A

Nevada

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Orange

"No on Measure A" campaign logo
See also: Orange County, California ballot measures

Placer

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Riverside

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San Mateo

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Santa Clara

See also: Santa Clara County, California ballot measures