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{{pt1}} [[June 7, 2011 ballot measures in California|June 7]] {{pt2}} [[April 12, 2011 ballot measures in California|April 21]] {{pt3}}'''May 3''' was the sixth date in 2011 when [[Local ballot measures, California|local ballot measure elections]] took place in [[California]].
 
{{pt1}} [[June 7, 2011 ballot measures in California|June 7]] {{pt2}} [[April 12, 2011 ballot measures in California|April 21]] {{pt3}}'''May 3''' was the sixth date in 2011 when [[Local ballot measures, California|local ballot measure elections]] took place in [[California]].
  
A total of 14 measures were on the ballot in 7 counties. Of the 14 measures, 13 were [[Parcel tax elections in California#May 3|parcel tax elections]]. 9 of the 13 parcel tax elections resulted in voters approving new taxes, or extensions of existing taxes.<ref>[http://www.mikemcmahon.info/group/public-education-finances/may-3-school-parcel-tax-results/ ''Effective Governance Teams'', "May 3 School Parcel Tax Results", May 3, 2011]</ref>
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A total of 14 measures were on the ballot in 7 counties. Of the 14 measures, 13 were [[Parcel tax elections in California#May 3|parcel tax elections]]. 9 of the 13 parcel tax elections resulted in voters approving new taxes, or extensions of existing taxes.<ref>[http://www.mikemcmahon.info/group/public-education-finances/may-3-school-parcel-tax-results/ ''Effective Governance Teams'', "May 3 School Parcel Tax Results," May 3, 2011]</ref>
 
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==Counties==
 
==Counties==

Revision as of 07:38, 20 March 2014

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May 3 was the sixth date in 2011 when local ballot measure elections took place in California.

A total of 14 measures were on the ballot in 7 counties. Of the 14 measures, 13 were parcel tax elections. 9 of the 13 parcel tax elections resulted in voters approving new taxes, or extensions of existing taxes.[1]

Counties

Alameda

See also: Alameda County, California ballot measures

Defeatedd New Haven Unified Schools parcel tax, Measure B
Defeatedd Pleasanton Unified Schools parcel tax, Measure E

Contra Costa

See also: Contra Costa County, California ballot measures

Defeatedd Measure A: John Swett Unified School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure B: Lafayette School District parcel tax

Marin

See also: Marin County, California ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Dixie School District parcel tax

San Mateo

See also: San Mateo County, California ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: San Carlos School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure B: Ravenswood City School District parcel tax
Defeatedd Measure C: Jefferson Union High School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure D: Pacific Parc School Property Transfer

Santa Clara

Campaign logo for the "Yes on B" campaign
See also: Santa Clara County, California ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Los Gatos-Saratoga Joint Union High School District parcel tax (also on the ballot in parts of Santa Cruz County)
Approveda Measure B: Sunnyvale School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure C: Cupertino Union School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure E: Los Altos School District parcel tax

Santa Cruz

See also: Santa Cruz County, California ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Los Gatos-Saratoga Joint Union High School District parcel tax (also on the ballot in parts of Santa Clara County)

Yolo

See also: Yolo County, California ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Davis Joint Unified School District parcel tax, Measure A

Special legislative

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