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State Ballot Proposition Election Results
How Los Angeles County Voted

November 2012 General Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed
Statewide?
30 - Taxes to Fund State Government

59.6%

40.4%

Yes
31 - State & Local Government Budget

34.4%

65.6%

No
32 - Prohibits Involuntary Union Contributions

36.7%

63.3%

No
33 - Auto Insurance Coverage

43.8%

56.2%

No
34 - Death Penalty Repeal

53.8%

46.2%

No
35 - Human Trafficking

78.9%

21.1%

Yes
36 - Three Strikes Law Modification

71.6%

28.4%

Yes
37 - Food Labeling

51.1%

48.9%

No
38 - Taxes to Fund Education

31.5%

68.5%

No
39 - Multi-state Business Tax

64.6%

35.4%

Yes
40 - Redistricting Senate Districts

68.1%

31.9%

Yes

June 2012 Primary Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?
28 - Legislator Terms

61.5%

38.5%

Yes
29 - Cigarette Tax

49.5%

50.5%

No

November 2010 General Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

19 - Marijuana Initiative

47.5%

52.6%

No

20 - Congressional District Redistricting

56.7%

43.3%

Yes

21 - Vehicle License Surcharge for Parks

43.1%

56.9%

No

22 - Prohibits State Borrowing from Local Government

57.8%

42.2%

Yes

23 - Suspend Global Warming Control

32.4%

67.6%

No

24 - Repeal Business Lower Tax

45.3%

54.7%

No

25 - Changes Vote Requirement

58.1%

41.9%

Yes

26 - Fees Approved by 2/3 Vote

48.5%

51.6%

Yes

27 - Authority Redistricting

43.3%

55.7%

No

June 2010 Primary Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

13 - Property Tax Limits

84.0%

16.0%

Yes

14 - Increases Election Rights

51.2%

48.8%

Yes

15 - California Fair Elections Act

46.4%

53.6%

No

16 - Constitutional Amendment

46.9%

53.2%

No

17 - Auto Insurance Initiative

43.6%

56.4%

No

May 2009 Consolidated Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

1A - Budget Stabilization Fund

31.9%

68.1%

No

1B - Education Funding

35.2%

64.8%

No

1C - Lottery Modernization Act

35.4%

64.6%

No

1D - Children's Services Fund

33.5%

66.5%

No

1E - Mental Health Funding

32.4%

67.6%

No

1F - Elected Official's Salary

69.4%

30.6%

Yes

November 2008 General Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

1A - Safe, Reliable High-Speed Train Bond Act

55.2%

44.7%

Yes

2 - Standards for Confining Farm Animals

66.8%

33.2%

Yes

3 - Children's Hospital Bond Act

61.8%

38.2%

Yes

4 - Parent Notification Before Terminating Minor's Pregnancy

46.4%

53.6%

No

5 - Nonviolent Drug Offenses, Sentencing, Parole, Rehab

42.6%

57.4%

No

6 - Police/Law Enforcement Funding

30.5%

69.6%

No

7 - Renewable Energy Generation

36.8%

63.2%

No

8 - Eliminates Same-Sex Marriage

50.4%

49.6%

Yes

9 - Criminal Justice System, Victims' Rights. Parole

51.3%

48.7%

Yes

10 - Alternative Fuel Vehicles & Renewable Energy

44.9%

55.1%

No

11 - Redistricting Initiative

47.2%

52.8%

Yes

12 - Veteran's Bond Act

66.5%

33.5%

Yes

June 2008 Primary Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

98 - Limits on Government Authority

31.7%

68.3%

Yes

99 - Limits Government Acquisition

63.3%

36.7%

No

February 2008 Consolidated Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

91 - Transportation Funds

42.0%

58.0%

No

92 - Community Colleges. Funding. Governance. Fees

48.0%

52.0%

No

93 - Limits on Legislators' Terms in Office

48.6%

51.4%

No

94 - American Indian Gaming Compact: Pechanga

59.4%

40.6%

Yes

95 - American Indian Gaming Compact: Morongo

59.4%

40.6%

Yes

96 - American Indian Gaming Compact: Sycuan

59.4%

40.6%

Yes

97 - American Indian Gaming Compact: Agua Caliente

59.2%

40.8%

Yes

November 2006 General Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

1A - Transportation Funding Protection

76.5%

23.5%

Yes

1B - Highway Safety/Air Quality/Port Security Bond 2006

65.5%

34.5%

Yes

1C - Housing/Emergency Shelter Trust Fund 2006

61.3%

38.7%

Yes

1D - Public Education Facilities Bond 2006

60.8%

39.2%

Yes

1E - Disaster Preparedness/Flood Prevention Bond 2006

66.6%

33.4%

Yes

83 - Sex Offenders/Residence Restrictions Monitoring

71.8%

28.2%

Yes

84 - Water Qual/Flood/Resource Protection/Park Bonds

60.5%

39.5%

Yes

85 - Waiting Period/Parental Notification

44.1%

55.9%

No

86 - Cigarette Tax Initiative

52.3%

47.7%

No

87 - Alternative Energy/Research/Oil Producer Tax

51.4%

48.6%

No

88 - Education Funding/Real Property Parcel Tax

24.8%

75.2%

No

89 - Political Campaigns/Public Financing/Corp Tax

27.7%

72.3%

No

90 - Govt Acquisition/Regulation of Private Property

44.1%

55.9%

No

November 2004 General Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

1A - Local Government Revenues

81.7%

18.3%

Yes

59 - Public Records

82.9%

17.1%

Yes

60 - Party Rights

69.3%

30.7%

Yes

60A - Surplus Property

70.0%

30.0%

Yes

61 - Hospital Grants

61.8%

38.2%

Yes

62 - Open Primary

44.0%

56.0%

No

63 - Mental Health Services

57.8%

42.2%

Yes

64 - Business Laws

56.6%

43.4%

Yes

65 - Local Government Funds

36.8%

63.2%

No

66 - 3 Strikes Limits

49.7%

50.3%

No

67 - Medical Services Funds

31.1%

68.9%

No

68 - Gambling Expansion

19.4%

80.6%

No

69 - DNA Samples

58.0%

42.0%

Yes

70 - Tribal Gaming

27.9%

72.1%

No

71 - Stem Cell Research

64.3%

35.7%

Yes

72 - Health Care Coverage

56.2%

43.8%

Yes

March 2004 Primary Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

55 - Education Bond 51.14% 48.86%

Yes

56 - State Budget 33.54% 66.46%

No

57 - Economic Recovery Bond 63.25% 36.75%

Yes

58 - Balanced Budget 69.29% 30.71%

Yes

October 2003 Special Recall Election

                                                                                                                             Governor Recall Results

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

53 - Infrastructure Projects 33.45% 66.55%

No

54 - Racial Classifying Prohibitions 29.44% 70.56%

No

November 2002 General Election

Proposition

Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote)

No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

46 - Housing & Emergency Shelter Trust Fund

63%

37%

Yes

47 - Kindergarten-University Facilities Bond

64%

36%

Yes

48 - Court Consolidation

72%

28%

Yes

49 - After School Programs – State Grants

62%

39%

Yes

50 - Water Quality, Supply & Safe Drinking Water Bonds

65%

36%

Yes

51 - Transportation - Allocation of Motor Vehicle Taxes

43%

57%

No

52 - Election Day Voter Registration

47%

53%

No

March 2002 Primary Election

Proposition Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote
No Votes
(Percent of Vote)

Passed?

40 - Clean Water/Air Safe Park

65%

36%

Yes

41 - Voting Modernization Bond

56%

44%

Yes

42 - Congestion Improvement

67%

33%

Yes

43 - Vote Counted Rights

75%

25%

Yes

44 - Chiropractors Conduct

77%

23%

Yes

45 - Legislator Term Limits

51%

49%

No

November 2000 General Election

Proposition Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote
No Votes
(Percent of Vote)
Passed?
32 - Veterans Bond Act 69% 31% Yes
33 - Participation in "PERS" by Legislators 44% 56% No
34 - Campaign Spending Limits 62% 38% Yes
35 - CalTrans Public Works Projects 52% 48% Yes
36 - Probation/Treatment for Drug Offenses 65% 35% Yes
37 - Fees, Taxes - Vote Requirements 45% 55% No
38 - School Vouchers 27% 73% No
39 - School Facilities 55% Vote 57% 43% Yes

March 2000 Primary Election

Proposition Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote
No Votes
(Percent of Vote)
Passed?
1A - Tribal Gaming 68% 32% Yes
12 - Parks and Water 69% 31% Yes
13 - Drinking Water 70% 30% Yes
14 - Library Construction 64% 36% Yes
15 - Crime Labs 53% 47% Yes
16 - Veteran's Homes 65% 35% Yes
17 - Lotteries and Raffles 59% 41% Yes
18 - Murder 68% 33% Yes
19 - Peace Officers 69% 31% Yes
20 - State Lottery 56% 44% Yes
21 - Juvenile Crime 59% 41% Yes
22 - Limit on Marriage 59% 41% Yes
23 - None of the Above 33% 67% No
25 - Campaign Finance 32% 68% No
26 - Local Majority Vote 50% 50% No
27 - Congressional Term Limits 39% 61% No
28 - Repeal Tobacco Tax 26% 74% No
29 - Indian Gaming 54% 46% Yes
30 - Insurance Lawsuits 34% 66% No
31 - Insurance Amendments 32% 68% No

November 1998 General Election

Proposition Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote
No Votes
(Percent of Vote)
Passed?
1A - School Bond Act 66% 34% Yes
1 - Property Taxes 71% 29% Yes
2 - Transportation 76% 24% Yes
3 - Pres. Primary 53% 48% Yes
4 - Animal Trap Ban 64% 36% Yes
5 - Tribal Gaming 69% 31% Yes
6 - Sale Horsemeat 64% 36% Yes
7 - Air Quality 47% 53% No
8 - Class Reduction 37% 63% No
9 - Elect Utility 24% 76% No
10 - Tobacco Tax 55% 45% Yes
11 - Sales & Use Tax 56% 45% Yes

June 1998 Primary Election

Proposition Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote
No Votes
(Percent of Vote)
Passed?
219 - Ballot Measures 63% 37%  Yes
220 - Court Consolidation 65% 35%  Yes
221 - Judicial Officers Discipline 80% 20%  Yes
222 - Murder Penalty 73% 27%  Yes
223 - School Spending 47% 53%  Yes
224 - Engineer Design 37% 63%  No
225 - Congress Limits 47% 53%  No
226 - Union Donations 40% 60%  No
227 - English Only 56% 44%  Yes

November 1996 General Election

Proposition Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote
No Votes
(Percent of Vote)
Passed?
204 - Bond/Water Supply Act 67% 33% Yes
205 - Bond/Correction Facilities 41% 59% Yes
206 - Veterans' Bond Act 56% 44% Yes
207 - Attorney Fees-Negotiations 35% 65%  No
208 - Campaign Restrictions 57% 43%  Yes
209 - Discrimination 46% 54%  Yes
210 - Minimum Wage Increase 64% 36%  Yes
211 - Attorney-Client Fee Arrangements 28% 72%  No
212 - Campaign Limitations 48% 52%  No
213 - Limit on Recovery-Felons 74% 26%  Yes
214 - Health Care Businesses 46% 54%  No
215 - Medical Use of Marijuana 56% 44%  Yes
216 - Health Care Businesses-Tax 41% 59%  No
217 - Top Income Tax Brackets 50% 50%  No
218 - Voter Approval-Local Taxes 53% 47% Yes

March 1996 Primary Election

Proposition Yes Votes
(Percent of Vote
No Votes
(Percent of Vote)
Passes?
192 - Seismic Retrofit Bond $2 billion 65% 35% Yes
193 - Grandparent-Grandchild Exception 69% 31% Yes
194 - Prisoner, No Unemployment Benefits 71% 29%  Yes
195 - Special Circumstances, Carjack/Juror Murder 85% 15%  Yes
196 - Special Circumstances, Drive-By Murder 85% 15%  Yes
197 - Mountain Lion Management Act 38% 62%  No
198 - Open Primary Elections Initiative 56% 44%  Yes
199 - No Mobile Home Rent Control 39% 61%  No
200 - No-Fault Car Insurance Initiative 34% 66%  No
201 - Loser Pays Winners Attorney Fees 37% 63%  No
202 - Attorney Contingent Fees Limits 45% 55%  No
203 - Public Education Bond $3 billion 64% 36% Yes

Source: California Secretary of State

 

 

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