State and City Ballot Measure Roundup

State Ballot Measures

Proposition 83: Penalties and lifelong tracking for sex offenders: Yes

Proposition 84: Protecting parks and water: Yes

Proposition 85: Waiting Period and Parental Notification Before Termination of Minor’s Pregnancy: No.

Proposition 86: Tax on Cigarettes: No.

Proposition 87: Alternative Energy. Research, Production,Incentives. Tax on California Oil Producers: No.

Proposition 88: Money for schools: No.

Proposition 89: Public financing of campaigns: No.

Proposition 90: Government Acquisition, Regulation of Private Property: No.

Proposition 1A: Transportation funding mandate: Yes

Proposition 1B: Transportation bond: Yes

Proposition 1C: Housing bond: Yes

Proposition 1D: School bond: Yes

Proposition 1E: Disaster prevention bond: Yes

San Francisco Ballot Measures

Measure A: Yes (School Bonds)

Measure B: Yes (Gov’t eorkers teleconferencing if pregnant)

Measure C: Yes (Raises for public officials)

Measure D: Yes (Disclosure of private information)

Measure E: No (Parking taxes)

Measure F: Yes (Paid sick leave)

Measure G: Yes (Limitations on corporate retail)

Measure H: Yes (Relocation assistance for evictions)

Measure I: Yes (The Mayor’s special question night)

Measure J: Yes (Impeach Bush!)

Measure K: Yes (Housing needs of seniors and disabled)

* election results via sfgov and also via the CA Sec State *

* proposition names and information from the San Francisco Bay Guardian *

5 Comments so far

  1. cd (unregistered) on November 8th, 2006 @ 11:17 am

    Thank god SFers took the bold, unexpected, and sure-to-yield results step of voting to suggest the impeachment of the president.

    I want to see him go more than most, but what a waste of ballot space.

  2. gse (unregistered) on November 8th, 2006 @ 11:22 am

    Boo Measure H. Being a new homeowner in SF is painful enough already. :-\

  3. Poormojo (unregistered) on November 8th, 2006 @ 11:32 am

    From what the Guardian said, during the Vietnam war a lot of cities and small towns across america passed measures and bills proclaiming they were against the war, etc, as a way to officially log public opinion.

    It just gets our opinion on the public record is all, and just maybe our new Speaker of the House will pay attention and take action.

  4. cd (unregistered) on November 8th, 2006 @ 11:36 am

    Do you think Nancy doesn’t know?

    Do you think anyone doesn’t know what SF thinks about things? ;)

    When Dallas passes the same measure – that’ll be news.

  5. Poormojo (unregistered) on November 8th, 2006 @ 11:41 am

    Oh I think she knows, but this is an official statement of opinion, right? It’s a wee bit more solid than poll numbers or gut feelings.

    But yes, it is ceremonial and ephemeral and causes no real change. I still enjoyed voting for it.

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