Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Voting result - NOV.2th. 2010 -


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Constitutional officers  11-02-2010

Main article: California gubernatorial election, 11/02/2010

California gubernatorial election, 2010
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Democratic Edmund "Jerry" Brown (inc.) 1,003,489 50.9%
Republican Meg Whitman 873,070 44.3%
American Independent Chelene Nightingale 31,606 1.6%
Libertarian Dale Ogden 28,633 1.4%
Green Laura Wells 23,959 1.2%
Peace and Freedom Carlos Alvarez 13,554 0.6%
Invalid or blank votes 24,845  %
Totals 1,999,156 100%
Voter turnout 13.4%

Statewide ballot propositions

The following propositions have been approved for the November ballot either through referral by the state legislature or by obtaining 433,971 signatures for proposed statutes and 694,354 signatures for constitutional amendments.[2]

Proposition 18

This is a legislatively-referred state statute that would authorize an $11.1 billion bond to upgrade California's water system. On August 9, 2010, the Calfiornia Legislature postponed the vote on the proposition until 2012.[3]

Proposition 19

This is a citizen-initiated state statute that would legalize up to 1 ounce of marijuana for persons 21 years or older and would allow local governments to regulate as well as tax the newly created cannabis market.
Proposition 19
Yes or no Votes Percentage
Referendum failed No 1,160,836 56.4%
Yes 900,410 43.6%
Total votes 0%
Voter turnout 10%

Proposition 20

This is a citizen-initiated constitutional amendment that would require the California Citizens Redistricting Commission to re-draw congressional district lines, in addition to its current job of drawing state senate district lines and state assembly district lines.
Proposition 20
Yes or no Votes Percentage
Referendum passed Yes 1,269,039 64.9%
No 688,457 35.1%
Total votes 0%
Voter turnout 10%

Proposition 21

This is a citizen-initiated state statute that would increase vehicle license fees by $18 a year to fund state parks. The initiative also removes current state park motor vehicle parking fees.[4]
Proposition 21
Yes or no Votes Percentage
Referendum failed No 1,229,044 60.4%
Yes 807,561 39.6%
Total votes 0%
Voter turnout 10%

Proposition 22

This is a citizen-initiated constitutional amendment that would prevent the state government from taking certain funds, such as transportation funds, from the local governments.
Proposition 22
Yes or no Votes Percentage
Referendum passed Yes 1,272,877 64.7%
No 697,493 35.3%
Total votes 0%
Voter turnout 10%

Proposition 23

This is a citizen-initiated state statute that would suspend California's Global Warming Solutions Act until statewide unemployment falls below 5.5% for four consecutive quarters.
Proposition 23
Yes or no Votes Percentage
Referendum failed No 1,188,865 59.0%
Yes 828,186 41.0%
Total votes 0%
Voter turnout 10%

Proposition 24

This is a citizen-initiated state statute that would repeal three business tax breaks passed by the state legislature as part of negotiations of the 2008–10 California budget crisis.
Proposition 24
Yes or no Votes Percentage
Referendum failed No 1,183,873 60.2%
Yes 782,898 39.8%
Total votes 0%
Voter turnout 10%

Proposition 25

This is a citizen-initiated constitutional amendment that would allow state budgets to be passed by the state legislature by a simple majority instead of the current two-thirds requirement. The two-thirds majority for passing taxes would not change.
Proposition 25
Yes or no Votes Percentage
Referendum passed Yes 1,087,611 54.4%
No 913,378 45.6%
Total votes 0%
Voter turnout 10%

Proposition 26

This is a citizen-initiated constitutional amendment that would require voters to approve new state levies and charges by a two-thirds super majority, with some exceptions.
Proposition 26
Yes or no Votes Percentage
Referendum passed Yes 1,080,788 55.2%
No 880,180 44.8%
Total votes 0%
Voter turnout 10%

Proposition 27

This is a citizen-initiated constitutional amendment that would repeal Proposition 11, which established the Citizens Redistricting Commission.
Proposition 27
Yes or no Votes Percentage
Referendum failed No 1,172,280 60.8%
Yes 757,718 39.2%
Total votes 0%
Voter turnout 10%

 



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