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November 5, 2013 ballot measures in California

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2014
August 27
November 5 is the 14th date in 2013 for local ballot measure elections in California.

Compared to other years

The number of local ballot measure elections held on November 5 was a decline from the number of local ballot measure elections held in the previous four Novembers in California. Elections held in even-numbered years historically attract much higher numbers than those held in odd-numbered years. Comparing the number of local ballot measure elections on November 5, 2013 just to those on the November 8, 2011 ballot indicated a 22% decline in the number of measures on the ballot in these two odd-numbered years.

Local ballot measure frequency in November elections:

November election # of measures # of counties
November 4, 2008 380 51
November 3, 2009 122 22
November 2, 2010 342 50
November 8, 2011 90 24
November 5, 2013 70 19

Bonds and taxes

45 of the 70 measures on the November 5 ballot pertained to local tax and bond measures $22 billion of borrowing in 87 school districts. Stay tuned after the election to see how this year's approval rate for tax and bond measures compares to years past.

Local ballot measures

Contra Costa

See also: Contra Costa County ballot measures

Approveda Measure B: Moraga School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure D: City of San Ramon election date changes ordinance
Approveda Measure E: City of San Ramon election date changes amendment
Approveda Measure C: City of Antioch services sales tax

Fresno

See also: Fresno County ballot measures

Tied Measure K: City of Selma Hotel Tax Increase
Approveda Measure P: City of Huron Police Services Tax Increase

Humboldt

See also: Humboldt County ballot measures

Approveda Measure K: Fieldbrook Glendale Community Services District parcel tax

Los Angeles

See also: Los Angeles County ballot measures

Tied Measure A: City of Hawthorne Mayor Term Length
Defeatedd Measure B: City of Hermosa Beach Postmidnight Business Hours
Approveda Measure W: Wiseburn Unified School District Formation
Approveda Measure S: City of Santa Fe Springs Oil Production Tax
Defeatedd Measure EM: City of El Monte Extension of Mayoral Term

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Approveda Measure GG: City of El Monte Temporary City Services Preservation Tax
Defeatedd Measure RM: City of El Monte Rotating Mayor

Marin

See also: Marin County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: Laguntas Elementary School District bond issue
Approveda Measure B: Town of Corte Madera sales tax
Approveda Measure C: City of Larkspur sales tax
Approveda Measure D: Town of San Anselmo sales tax
Approveda Measure E: City of San Rafael sales tax
Approveda Measure F: Marin Healthcare District bond issue
Approveda Measure G: Kentfield Fire District parcel tax
Approveda Measure H: Marinwood Community Services District appropriations limit increase
Approveda Measure I: Mesa Park parcel tax
Defeatedd Measure J: Strawberry Recreation District bond issue

Mendocino

See also: Mendocino County, California ballot measures

Defeatedd Measure I: Little Lake Fire District Special Parcel Tax

Merced

See also: Merced County, California ballot measures
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Approveda Measure J: City of Merced Amendment to Consolidate City Council and Mayoral Elections
Approveda Measure K: City of Los Banos Extension of an Expenditure Modification

Monterey

See also: Monterey County, California ballot measures

Defeatedd Measure G: Pacific Grove Unified School District Bond Issue
Approveda Measure H: North Monterey County Unified School District Bond Issue

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Approveda Measure I: City of Marina Cardroom Revenue Tax
Defeatedd Measure J: Soledad community Health Care District Bond Issue
Defeatedd Measure K: Monterey County "California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery, Open Space Preservation, and Economic Revitalization Initiative" to Amend the Fort Ord Base Reuse Plan
Defeatedd Measure M: Monterey County "Protect Ford Ord Open Space Access Initiative" to Amend the Fort Ord Base Reuse Plan

Plumas

See also: Plumas County ballot measures

Defeatedd Peninsula Fire Protection District parcel tax measure
Approveda Clio Public Utility District parcel tax measure

Riverside

See also: Riverside County ballot measures

Approveda Measure B: City of Palm Springs Medical Cannabis Collectives Operation Tax
Defeatedd Measure C: City of Blythe City Clerk and City Treasurer Appointment
Tied Measure D: City of Canyon Lake Special Tax Fund
Defeatedd Measure E: City of Canyon Lake Grading and Potential Development of Goetz Hill Advisory Vote

San Bernardino

See also: San Bernardino County ballot measures

Approveda Measure B: City of Chino General Plan Amendment
Defeatedd Measure C: City of Grand Terrace Utility Tax

San Francisco

See also: San Francisco County ballot measures

Approveda Proposition A: Retiree Health Care Trust Fund
Defeatedd Proposition B: 8 Washington Street - Initiative
Defeatedd Proposition C: 8 Washington Street - Referendum
Approveda Proposition D: Prescription Drug Purchasing

San Joaquin

See also: San Joaquin County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: City of Stockton Sales Tax Increase
Approveda Measure B: City of Stockton Sales Tax Advisory Vote

San Mateo

See also: San Mateo County ballot measures

Defeatedd Measure P: San Mateo-Foster City School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure Q: Town of Portola Utility Users Tax
Approveda Measure R: Belmont-Redwood Shores School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure S: Las Lomitas Elementary School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure T: City of Brisbane Business License Tax
Approveda Measure U: City of Foster City Business License Tax
Defeatedd Measure V: City of Pacifica Utility Users Tax
Approveda Measure W: Menlo Park City School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure X: Town of Atherton parcel tax

Santa Barbara

See also: Santa Barbara County ballot measures

Approveda Measure F: City of Santa Barbara Land Exchange between Mackenzie Park and the Fremont Army Center

Santa Clara

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See also: Santa Clara County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: City of Sunnyvale Change of Election Date
Approveda Measure B: City of Sunnyvale Hotel Tax
Approveda Measure C: City of Sunnyvale Gun Safety Regulations
Defeatedd Measure D: City of Palo Alto Rezoning of Maybell Avenue
Approveda Measure E: Campbell Union High School District parcel tax
Approveda Measure G: Sunnyvale School District bond proposition
Approveda Measure H: Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District parcel tax (Also in Santa Cruz County)

Santa Cruz

See also: Santa Cruz County ballot measures

Approveda Measure H: Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District parcel tax (also on the ballot in Santa Clara County)
Approveda Measure U: City of Scotts Valley Sales Tax Increase

Sonoma

See also: Sonoma County ballot measures

Approveda Measure A: City of Rohnert Park Sales Tax

Stanislaus

See also: Stanislaus County ballot measures

State measures

There are no state-wide ballot measures in 2013 for California voters.