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Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi sponsored the ballot measure, and supervisors John Avalos, David Campos, David Chiu, Chris Daly, Eric Mar and Sophie Maxwell joined with him in voting to put it on the June 2010 ballot.  Supervisors Carmen Chu, Bevan Dufty and Sean Elsbernd voted against putting it on the ballot.
 
Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi sponsored the ballot measure, and supervisors John Avalos, David Campos, David Chiu, Chris Daly, Eric Mar and Sophie Maxwell joined with him in voting to put it on the June 2010 ballot.  Supervisors Carmen Chu, Bevan Dufty and Sean Elsbernd voted against putting it on the ballot.
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==External links==
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* [http://www.sfgov.org/site/elections_index.asp?id=108988 Official ballot proposition list for San Francisco's June 8, 2010 election]
  
 
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Revision as of 08:58, 26 March 2010

A San Francisco Costs of Protecting Dignitaries Must be Reported ballot measure, Proposition E, is on the June 8, 2010 ballot in San Francisco.[1]

The ballot proposition will allow voters to decide whether the San Francisco Police Department will be required to provide a line item in every annual budget that shows how much the police department spends to protect city officials and so-called dignitaries.[2]

Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi sponsored the ballot measure, and supervisors John Avalos, David Campos, David Chiu, Chris Daly, Eric Mar and Sophie Maxwell joined with him in voting to put it on the June 2010 ballot. Supervisors Carmen Chu, Bevan Dufty and Sean Elsbernd voted against putting it on the ballot.

External links

References

  1. San Francisco Chronicle, "S.F. ballot measure would save pension costs", March 3, 2010
  2. San Francisco Chronicle, "Dignitary protection plan headed to the ballot", March 2, 2010

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