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'''Note:''' A potential Measure A, the "City of Mt. Shasta Community Water Rights and Self-Government Ordinance", was removed from the ballot By Siskiyou County Clerk Colleen Setzer on August 12.  She said she was removing it "due to alleged procedural errors and violations of elections code, including a changing of initiative language and improper filing of documents and fees."  Supporters of Measure A filed an appeal of Setzer's decision in Siskiyou County Superior Court.  In addition to a procedural dispute about who the appropriate election official was with whom to file the initiative language before circulation, Siskiyou County claimed in its court filings that Measure A violated the [[single-subject rule]] and "Doctrine of Preemption." The Doctrine of Preemption says that no ordinance can be valid if it duplicates, contradicts or enters into an area fully occupied by general law.<ref>[http://www.siskiyoudaily.com/news/x1342177364/Measure-A-appeal-response-submitted-to-court ''Siskiyou Daily'', "Measure A appeal, response submitted to court", August 26, 2010]</ref>,<ref>[http://www.redding.com/news/2010/aug/27/complaint-filed-on-mount-shasta-ballot-measure/ ''Redding Record-Searchlight'', "Complaint filed on Mount Shasta ballot measure", August 27, 2010]</ref>
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'''Note:''' A potential Measure A, the "City of Mt. Shasta Community Water Rights and Self-Government Ordinance", was removed from the ballot By Siskiyou County Clerk Colleen Setzer on August 12.  She said she was removing it "due to alleged procedural errors and violations of elections code, including a changing of initiative language and improper filing of documents and fees."  Supporters of Measure A filed an appeal of Setzer's decision in Siskiyou County Superior Court.  In addition to a procedural dispute about who the appropriate election official was with whom to file the initiative language before circulation, Siskiyou County claimed in its court filings that Measure A violated the [[single-subject rule]] and "Doctrine of Preemption." The Doctrine of Preemption says that no ordinance can be valid if it duplicates, contradicts or enters into an area fully occupied by general law.<ref>[http://www.siskiyoudaily.com/news/x1342177364/Measure-A-appeal-response-submitted-to-court ''Siskiyou Daily'', "Measure A appeal, response submitted to court", August 26, 2010]</ref><ref>[http://www.redding.com/news/2010/aug/27/complaint-filed-on-mount-shasta-ballot-measure/ ''Redding Record-Searchlight'', "Complaint filed on Mount Shasta ballot measure", August 27, 2010]</ref>
  
 
:: ''See also: [[List of ballot measure lawsuits in 2010]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[List of ballot measure lawsuits in 2010]]''

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Siskiyou County
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Election Department
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Siskiyou County is one of 58 California counties. The Office of the Siskiyou County Registrar of Voters is responsible for the conduct of elections in the county, including elections on local ballot measures for all municipalities and school districts.

Colleen Setzer is the county's Registrar of Voters and County Clerk. She was first elected to the position in 1998 and was subsequently re-elected to new four-year terms in 2002, 2006 and 2010.

2012

November 6

See also: November 6, 2012 ballot measures in California

Defeatedd Measure P: Black Mountain Zone of Increased Benefit parcel tax
Defeatedd Measure Q: McCloud Community Services District Parcel Tax for Library Services
Defeatedd Measure R: Butteville Union School District bond proposition
Defeatedd Measure S: Dunsmiur (City of) Restrictions on the Cultivation of Medical Marijuana

June 5

See also: June 5, 2012 ballot measures in California

Approveda Measure M: City of Yreka Chickens in the Backyard
Defeatedd Measure N: Dunsmuir Public Library parcel tax

2011

August 30

See also: August 30, 2011 ballot measures in California

Defeatedd Measure J: Black Mountain Fire and Emergency Response Zone parcel tax

June 7

See also: June 7, 2011 ballot measures in California

Approveda Measure H: Mt. Shasta Sales Tax to Fund Library

2010

November 2

See also: November 2, 2010 election in California

Defeatedd Measure B: Mt. Shasta Appointed City Clerk
Defeatedd Measure C: Mt. Shasta Appointed City Treasurer
Defeatedd Measure D: Siskiyou County Hotel Tax
Defeatedd Measure E: Scott Valley Unified School District bond proposition
Defeatedd Measure F: Greater McCloud Fire and Emergency Response Zone parcel tax
Defeatedd Measure G: Klamath River Dam Removal Advisory Vote
Approveda City of Dunsmuir: Peter Arth recall
Approveda City of Dunsmuir: Mario Rubino recall

Note: A potential Measure A, the "City of Mt. Shasta Community Water Rights and Self-Government Ordinance", was removed from the ballot By Siskiyou County Clerk Colleen Setzer on August 12. She said she was removing it "due to alleged procedural errors and violations of elections code, including a changing of initiative language and improper filing of documents and fees." Supporters of Measure A filed an appeal of Setzer's decision in Siskiyou County Superior Court. In addition to a procedural dispute about who the appropriate election official was with whom to file the initiative language before circulation, Siskiyou County claimed in its court filings that Measure A violated the single-subject rule and "Doctrine of Preemption." The Doctrine of Preemption says that no ordinance can be valid if it duplicates, contradicts or enters into an area fully occupied by general law.[1][2]

See also: List of ballot measure lawsuits in 2010

2008

November 4

See also: November 4, 2008 ballot measures in California

Defeatedd Measure M: Siskiyou County Hotel Tax
Defeatedd Measure N: Scott Valley Fire & Emergency Response Zone parcel tax
Approveda Measure P: South Yreka Fire Protection District appropriations limit
Approveda Measure Q: Siskiyou Union High Elementary School District bond proposition
Defeatedd Measure R: Lake Shastina Community Services District parcel tax
Approveda Measure S: Hornbrook Fire Protection District appropriations limit
Approveda Measure T: McCloud Community Services District parcel tax

See also

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