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May 19, 2009 is a statewide election date in California for general law and charter cities in California to hold elections on local ballot measures. It is also the date of a special election on six statewide ballot propositions.

Statewide

Number Description Outcome
Proposition 1A Prop 1A combines a 4-year tax hike of about $16 billion with a state spending cap Defeatedd
Proposition 1B Modification of California Proposition 98 (1998) to free up money for state's budget overruns. Defeatedd
Proposition 1C Sell rights to future lottery proceeds as a way of raising some cash now for state budget. Defeatedd
Proposition 1D Asks voters to approve taking money from Prop 10 in 1998 for purposes not allowed in that 1998 vote. Defeatedd
Proposition 1E Asks voters to take money from Prop 63 for purposes not allowed in that 2004 vote. Defeatedd
Proposition 1F No pay raises for state legislators in years when there is a state budget deficit Approveda

County

Alameda

See also: Alameda County, California ballot measures

Approveda Hayward utility users tax, Measure A, May 2009

Contra Costa

See also: Contra Costa County, California ballot measures

Defeatedd Mt. Diablo School District parcel tax, Measure D, May 2009

Los Angeles

See also: Los Angeles County, California ballot measures

Approveda Palmdale Hotel Tax, Measure A, May 2009
Approveda Palmdale Repeal of Term Limits, Measure B, May 2009

Madera

See also: Madera County, California ballot measures

Defeatedd Madera County hotel tax, Measure D, May 2009

Riverside

See also: Riverside County, California ballot measures

Approveda Desert Hot Springs utility users tax, Measure A, May 2009

Sacramento

See also: Sacramento County, California ballot measures

Approveda Sacramento County Binding Arbitration for Police, Measure A, May 2009
Defeatedd Rancho Cordova Utility Users Tax, Measure B, May 2009

San Bernardino

See also: San Bernardino County, California ballot measures

Approveda Mountains Community Hospital parcel tax, May 2009

San Mateo

See also: San Mateo County, California ballot measures

Defeatedd Pacifica Sales Tax, Measure D, May 2009

Santa Clara

See also: Santa Clara County, California ballot measures

Approveda Morgan Hill Measure A, May 2009

Tulare

See also: Tulare County, California ballot measures

Defeatedd Springville Union Elementary School bonds, Measure L, May 2009

Tuolumne

See also: Tuolumne County, California ballot measures

Approveda Big Oak Flat-Groveland Unified School District recall of all board members, 2009

See also

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