Local TaxES:
2012 Local Tax Elections

2012 LOCAL TAX ELECTIONS

SUBJECT

COUNTY

JURISDICTION

BALLOT LABEL

PROPOSAL

ELECTION

DATE

RESULT

% YES

Bond

Alameda

City of Berkeley

Measure N

A $19.4 million bond to make a variety of improvements to Berkeley's pools.

November 6

Fail

62.37

Bond

Alameda

City of Berkeley

Measure M

A $30 million bond to make a variety of improvements to Berkeley's streets and watershed

November 6

Pass

73.29

Bond

Alameda

Washington Township Health Care District

Measure Z

A $186 million bond to make improvements at the Washington Township Health Care District.

November 6

Pass

73.38

Bond

Butte

El Medio Fire Protection District

Measure M

A $1 million bond to acquire land and build a training facility.

November 6

Fail

56.44

Bond

Humboldt

City of Rio Dell

Measure X

Authorize a $2 million bond for road repair and maintenance.

June 5

Fail

62.70

Bond

Humboldt

City of Rio Dell

Measure J

Authorize a $2 million bond for road repair and maintenance.

November 6

Fail

55.61

Bond

Placer/

Nevada

Truckee Donner Recreation and Park District

Measure J

Authorize a $8.52 million bond to build an aquatic center and a performing arts center.

November 6

Fail

57.54

Bond

San Francisco

City and County of San Francisco

Measure B

Authorize a $195 million bond for parks improvements.

November 6

Pass

72.11

Bond, School

Alameda

Dublin Unified School District

Measure E

Authorize a $99 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

62.02

Bond, School

Alameda

Oakland Unified School District

Measure J

Authorize a $475 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

84.39

Bond, School

Butte

Biggs Unified School District

Measure B

Authorize a $6 million school bond.

June 5

Fail

44-44

Bond, School

Butte

Gridley Unified School District

Measure C

Authorize an $11 million school bond.

June 5

Fail

55.66

Bond, School

Butte

Gridley Unified School District Improvement District 1

Measure D

Authorize a $2.5 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

55.36

Bond, School

Butte

Chico Unified School District

Measure E

Authorize a $78 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

64.96

Bond, School

Butte

Gridley Unified School District

Measure G

Authorize a $11 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

38.50

Bond, School

Contra Costa

Antioch Unified School Facilities Improvement District 1

Measure J

Authorize a $59.5 million school bond.

June 5

Fail

54.53

Bond, School

Contra Costa

Antioch High School District

Measure B

Authorize a $56.5 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

62.84

Bond, School

Contra Costa

Knightsen Elementary School District

Measure H

Authorize a $3 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

46.87

Bond, School

Contra Costa

San Ramon Valley Unified School District

Measure D

Authorize a $260 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

56.83

Bond, School

Contra Costa

West Contra Costa Unified School District

Measure E

Authorize a $360 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

64.39

Bond, School

El Dorado

Pollock Pines Elementary School District

Measure K

Authorize a $9 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

61.75

Bond, School

Fresno

Clovis Unified School District

Measure A

Authorize a $298 million school bond for facility improvements.

June 5

Pass

65.20

Bond, School

Fresno

Sierra Unified School District

Measure O

Authorize a $5.4 million school bond for campus improvements.

June 5

Fail

50.90

Bond, School

Fresno

Caruthers Unified School District

Measure C

Authorize a $12 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

66.26

Bond, School

Fresno

Mendota Unified School District

Measure M

Authorize a $19 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

72.86

Bond, School

Fresno

Sanger Unified School District

Measure S

Authorize a $50 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

69.90

Bond, School

Fresno

Washington Unified School District

Measure W

Authorize a $22 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

71.93

Bond, School

Glenn

Willows Unified School District

Measure P

Authorize a $14.7 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

53.83

Bond, School

Humboldt

South Trinity Joint Unified School District

Measure V

Authorize a $2.3 million school bond to upgrade district facilities.

June 5

Pass

71.43

Bond, School

Humboldt

Trinidad Union School District

Measure W

Authorize a $2.2 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

81.49

Bond, School

Humboldt

Arcata Elementary School District

Measure F

Authorize a $7 million bond to upgrade schools facilities.

November 6

Pass

75.33

Bond, School

Humboldt

Fortuna Union High School District

Measure D

Authorize a $10 million bond for upgrades.

November 6

Pass

61.27

Bond, School

Imperial

Brawley Elementary School District

Measure S

Authorize a $7.5 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

66.94

Bond, School

Imperial/

Riverside

Coachella Valley Unified School District

Measure X

Authorize a $41 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

66.34

Bond, School

Kern

Norris School District

Measure B

Authorize a $149 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

55.11

Bond, School

Kern

Taft City School District

Measure C

Authorize a $23.6 million bond for repair, upgrades and modernization on its six campuses.

June 5

Pass

55.85

Bond, School

Kern

McFarland Unified School District

Measure M

Authorize a $25 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

74.40

Bond, School

Kern

Elk Hills Elementary School District

Measure O

Authorize a $6.2 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

45.77

Bond, School

Kern

Panama-Buena Vista Union School District

Measure P

Authorize a $147 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

65.00

Bond, School

Kern

Standard Elementary School District

Measure Q

Authorize a $11.2 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

70.56

Bond, School

Kings

Reef-Sunset Unified School District

Measure A

Authorize a $10.8 million school bond for facilities construction.

June 5

Pass

83.37

Bond, School

Kings

Corcoran Joint Unified School District

Measure V

Authorize a $9 million school bond for building renovations.

June 5

Fail

42.60

Bond, School

Kings/

Fresno

West Hills Community College District

Measure L

Authorize a $12.655 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

58.82

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Charter Oak Unified School District

Measure CO

Authorize a $47 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

62.72

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Sulphur Springs Union Elementary School District

Measure CK

Authorize a $72 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

58.86

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Bellflower Unified School District

Measure BB

Authorize a $79 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

72.79

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Castaic Union School District

Measure QS

Authorize a $51 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

64.62

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Cerritos Community College District

Measure G

Authorize a $350 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

70.33

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Covina-Valley Unified School District

Measure CC

Authorize a $129 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

73.10

Bond, School

Los Angeles

El Camino Community College District

Measure E

Authorize a $350 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

68.26

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Inglewood Unified School District

Measure GG

Authorize a $90 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

86.10

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Lancaster School District

Measure L

Authorize a $63 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

70.24

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Little Lake City School District

Measure EE

Authorize a $18 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

76.79

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Lynwood Unified School District

Measure K

Authorize a $93 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

57.38

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Palmdale School District

Measure DD

Authorize a $220 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

74.03

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Redondo Beach Unified School District

Measure Q

Authorize a $63 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

64.27

Bond, School

Los Angeles/

Orange

Rowland Unified School District

Measure R

Authorize a $158.8 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

67.47

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District

Measure ES

Authorize a $385 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

68.06

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Temple City Unified School District

Measure S

Authorize a $128.8 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

64.35

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Westside Union School District

Measure WR

Authorize a $18.510 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

62.49

Bond, School

Los Angeles

Whittier City Elementary School District

Measure Z

Authorize a $55 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

72.37

Bond, School

Merced

Delhi Unified School District

Measure E

Authorize a $8 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

71.29

Bond, School

Merced

Weaver Union School District

Measure G

Authorize a $9 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

56.12

Bond, School

Monterey/

Santa Cruz

Pajaro Valley Unified School District

Measure L

Authorize a $150 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

68.24

Bond, School

Monterey

Soledad Unified School District

Measure C

Authorize a $40 million school bond.(2/3 vote.)

November 6

Pass

74.48

Bond, School

Monterey

Spreckels Union School District

Measure B

Authorize a $7 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

62.49

Bond, School

Napa

St. Helena Unified School District

Measure C

Authorize a $30 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

59.58

Bond, School

Orange

Brea Olinda Unified School District

Measure E

Authorize a $54 million school bond.

June 5

Fail

48.41

Bond, School

Orange

Savanna Elementary School District

Measure G

Authorize a $28.75 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

59.38

Bond, School

Orange

Coast Community College District

Measure M

Authorize a $698 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

57.17

Bond, School

Orange

Fountain Valley Elementary School District

Measure N

Authorize a $23.5 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

51.20

Bond, School

Orange

La Habra City Elementary School District

Measure O

Authorize a $31 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

61.25

Bond, School

Orange

Ocean View School District

Measure P

Authorize a $198 million school district.

November 6

Fail

53.90

Bond, School

Orange

Rancho Santiago Community College District

Measure Q

Authorize a $198 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

72.58

Bond, School

Orange

Tustin Unified School District

Measure S

Authorize a $135 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

60.12

Bond, School

Riverside

Jurupa Unified School District

Measure M

Authorize a $125 million school bond.

June 5

Fail

52.03

Bond, School

Riverside

Val Verde Unified School District

Measure L

Authorize a $178 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

61.91

Bond, School

Riverside

Alvord Unified School District

Measure W

Authorize a $79 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

63.59

Bond, School

Riverside

Hemet Unified School District

Measure U

Authorize a $49 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

69.29

Bond, School

Riverside

Nuview Union School District

Measure V

Authorize a $4 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

65.53

Bond, School

Riverside

Perris Union High School District

Measure T

Authorize a $153.42 million bond measure for school construction and renovations.

November 6

Pass

61.83

Bond, School

Riverside

Temecula Valley Unified School District

Measure Y

Authorize a $165 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

64.00

Bond, School

Sacramento

San Juan Unified School District

Measure N

Authorize a $350 million bond to improve all district schools.

November 6

Pass

60.20

Bond, School

Sacramento

Folsom Cordova Unified School District

Measure P

Authorize a $68 million bond to complete modernization projects for Rancho Cordova schools.

November 6

Pass

71.48

Bond, School

Sacramento

Sacramento City Unified School District

Measure Q

Authorize a $346 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

70.16

Bond, School

Sacramento

Sacramento City Unified School District

Measure R

Authorize a $68 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

67.86

Bond, School

San Bernardino

Chaffey Joint Union High School District

Measure P

Authorize a $848 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

63.60

Bond, School

San Bernardino

San Bernardino Unified School District

Measure N

Authorize a $250 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

71.41

Bond, School

San Bernardino/

Riverside

Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District

Measure O

Authorize a $98 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

51.02

Bond, School

San Diego

Mountain Empire Unified School District

Proposition G

Authorize a $30.8 million school bond.

June 5

Fail

54.32

Bond, School

San Diego

Alpine Union School District

Proposition H

Authorize an $11.99 million school bond.

June 5

Fail

42.72

Bond, School

San Diego

Cajon Valley Union School District

Proposition C

Authorize a $88.4 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

58.23

Bond, School

San Diego

Dehesa School District

Proposition D

Authorize a $3 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

55.93

Bond, School

San Diego

Chula Vista Elementary School District

Proposition E

Authorize a $90 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

68.78

Bond, School

San Diego

Mountain Empire Unified School District

Proposition G

Authorize a $30.8 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

45.32

Bond, School

San Diego

Ramona Unified School District

Proposition R

Authorize a $66 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

50.61

Bond, School

San Diego

Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District

Proposition V

Authorize a $398 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

58.21

Bond, School

San Diego

South Bay Union School District

Proposition Y

Authorize a $26 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

75.92

Bond, School

San Diego

San Diego Unified School District

Proposition Z

Authorize a $2.8 billion school bond that would increase property taxes by approximately $60 per $100,000 of assessed value.

November 6

Pass

61.79

Bond, School

San Diego

Del Mar Union School District

Proposition CC

Authorize a $76.8 million school bond that would cost property owners approximately $8.44 per $100,000 of assessed value.

November 6

Fail

54.27

Bond, School

San Diego

MiraCosta Community College District

Proposition EE

Authorize a $497 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

54.83

Bond, School

San Diego

San Dieguito Union School District

Proposition AA

Authorize a $449 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

55.52

Bond, School

San Joaquin

Lincoln Unified School District

Measure A

Authorize a $48.5 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

59.58

Bond, School

San Joaquin

Escalon Unified School District

Measure B

Authorize a $19.5 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

64.10

Bond, School

San Joaquin

Stockton Unified School District

Measure E

Authorize a $156 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

74.47

Bond, School

San Joaquin

Ripon Unified School District

Measure G

Authorize a $25,236,190 school bond.

November 6

Pass

57.71

Bond, School

San Luis Obispo

Templeton Unified School District

Measure H

Authorize a $35 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

57.87

Bond, School

San Mateo

Cabrillo Unified School District

Measure S

Authorize a $81 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

56.51

Bond, School

San Mateo

Burlingame Elementary School District

Measure D

Authorize a $56 million school bond to increase capacity and technology.

November 6

Pass

67.50

Bond, School

San Mateo

Jefferson Elementary School District

Measure I

Authorize a $67.5 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

76.93

Bond, School

San Mateo

Jefferson Union High School District

Measure E

Authorize a $41.9 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

74.29

Bond, School

San Mateo

San Carlos Elementary School District

Measure H

Authorize a $72 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

67.99

Bond, School

Santa Barbara

Buellton Union School District

Measure V

Authorize a $3.2 million school bond for certain upgrades.

June 5

Pass

56.16

Bond, School

Santa Barbara

College Elementary School District

Measure K

Authorize a $12 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

45.17

Bond, School

Santa Barbara

Santa Ynez Valley High School District

Measure L

Authorize a $19.84 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

47.19

Bond, School

Santa Clara

West Valley-Mission Community College District

Measure C

Authorize a $350 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

59.89

Bond, School

Santa Clara

Milpitas Unified School District

Measure E

Authorize a $95 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

64.05

Bond, School

Santa Clara

Mountain View Whisman School District

Measure G

Authorize a $198 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

67.58

Bond, School

Santa Clara

Cupertino Union School District

Measure H

Authorize a $220 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

66.25

Bond, School

Santa Clara

Morgan Hill Unified School District

Measure G

Authorize a $198.3 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

65.74

Bond, School

Santa Clara

San Jose Unified School District

Measure H

Authorize a $290 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

71.33

Bond, School

Santa Clara

East side Union High School District

Measure I

Authorize a $120 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

71.55

Bond, School

Santa Clara

Alum Rock Union School District

Measure J

Authorize a $125 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

79.53

Bond, School

Santa Clara

Mt. Pleasant Elementary School District

Measure L

Authorize a $25 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

75.48

Bond, School

Santa Cruz

West Valley-Mission Community College District

Measure C

Authorize a $350 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

57.47

Bond, School

Santa Cruz

Pacific Elementary School District

Measure M

Authorize a $830,000 school bond.

November 6

Pass

77.17

Bond, School

Shasta

Anderson Union High School District

Measure C

Authorize a $12.3 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

57.13

Bond, School

Siskiyou

Butteville Union High School District

Measure R

Authorize a $3.5 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

47.27

Bond, School

Solano/Yolo

Solano Community College

Measure Q

Authorize a $348 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

63.49

Bond, School

Sonoma

Healdsburg Unified School District

Measure E

Authorize a $35 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

61.37

Bond, School

Sonoma

Guerneville School District

Measure F

Authorize a $6 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

64.77

Bond, School

Sonoma

Old Adobe Union School District

Measure G

Authorize a $26 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

56.81

Bond, School

Sonoma

Sebastopol Union School District

Measure H

Authorize a $9 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

70.07

Bond, School

Sonoma

Wright School District

Measure I

Authorize a $14 million school bond.

June 5

Pass

62.15

Bond, School

Sonoma

Gravenstein Union School District

Measure M

Authorize a $6 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

66.00

Bond, School

Sonoma

Roseland Elementary School District

Measure N

Authorize a $7 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

69.03

Bond, School

Sonoma

Wilmar Union Elementary School District

Measure P

Authorize a $4 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

64.02

Bond, School

Tulare

Visalia Unified School District

Measure E

Authorize a $60.1 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

67.57

Bond, School

Tulare

Earlimart Elementary School District

Measure H

Authorize a $3.6 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

79.34

Bond, School

Tulare

Porterville Unified School District

Measure J

Authorize a $90 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

51.28

Bond, School

Tulare/

Fresno

Kings Canyon Unified School District

Measure K

Authorize a $40 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

61.65

Bond, School

Tulare

Lindsay Unified School District

Measure L

Authorize a $16 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

58.65

Bond, School

Tuolumne

Sonora Union High School District

Measure J

Authorize a $23 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

56.49

Bond, School

Tuolumne

Summerville Union High School District

Measure H

Authorize a $8 million school bond.

November 6

Fail

54.98

Bond, School

Ventura

Ocean View School District

Measure P

Authorize a $4.2 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

78.33

Bond, School

Ventura

Oxnard School District

Measure R

Authorize a $90 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

66.39

Bond, School

Ventura

Somis Union School District

Measure S

Authorize a $9 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

67.44

Bond, School

Ventura

Hueneme Elementary School District

Measure T

Authorize a $19.6 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

76.36

Bond, School

Yuba

Wheatland Union High School District

Measure U

Authorize a $9 million school bond.

November 6

Pass

61.86

Business Gross Receipts

El Dorado

City of South Lake Tahoe

Measure B

Reduce the percentage of taxes paid on gross revenues by five percent and increase the not to exceed amount from $3,448 to $20,000.

June 5

Pass

55.61

Business Gross Receipts

Los Angeles

County of Los Angeles

Measure L

Continue the existing 10 percent tax on landfill operators' gross receipts.

June 5

Pass

63.08

Business Gross Receipts

San Francisco

City and County of San Francisco

Measure E

Phases in a gross-receipts tax over five years in-lieu of the city’s existing payroll tax. Tax rates for the new gross receipts tax are based on a business’s receipts and the business’s NAICS code. City staff would apportion a business’s income to what is earned within San Francisco. Also, changes the city’s business registration fee to raise $38 million annually.

November 6

Pass

70.75

Business License

Los Angeles

City of Artesia

Measure M

Increase the business license tax on businesses with gross annual receipts in excess of $150,000.

November 6

Pass

78.40

Business License

San Bernardino

City of Rialto

Measure V

Increase the business license tax on items related to petroleum products.

November 6

Fail

47.23

Business License

San Mateo

County of San Mateo

Measure T

Impose a business license tax of 2.5 percent of gross receipts on operators of vehicle rental business.

June 5

Pass

50.08

Business License

San Mateo

County of San Mateo

Measure X

Impose a business license tax of 8 percent of gross receipts on commercial parking facilities.

June 5

Fail

46.91

Gann Spending Limit

Alameda

City of Berkeley

Measure P

Increase the Gann Spending Limit to allow the city to increase spending on parks, libraries, public safety and medical services for fiscal years 2013 through 2016.

November 6

Pass

89.08

Gann Spending Limit

Calaveras

Copperopolis Fire Protection District

Measure C

Extends authorization to raise the spending limit for the fire district to $550,000 annually for fiscal years 2013-14 through 2016-17.

November 6

Pass

76.87

Gann Spending Limit

Marin

Stinson Beach Fire Protection District

Measure F

Increases the Gann Spending Limit to allow the district to increase spending for fire protection and ambulance services for fiscal years 2011-12 through 2016-17.

November 6

Pass

96.39

Hotel

Amador

County of Amador

Measure Q

Increase the current six percent tax to 10 percent.

November 6

Pass

60.56

Hotel

Amador

City of Plymouth

Measure R

Increase the current tax to 10 percent.

November 6

Pass

58.38

Hotel

Glenn

City of Willows

Measure Q

Increase the current tax of 10 percent to 12 percent.

November 6

Pass

52.70

Hotel

Los Angeles

City of Arcadia

Measure D

Among other things, states that city's 10 percent tax applies to parking fees, service charges and other charges on hotel bills, and provides that online travel companies are hotel "operators" for the purpose of collecting the tax.

April 10

Pass

79.10

Hotel

Los Angeles

Culver City

Measure X

Increase tax rate from 12 percent to 14 percent as of July 1, 2012.

April 10

Pass

83.27

Hotel

Los Angeles

County of Los Angeles

Measure H

Continue the current 12 percent hotel occupancy tax.

June 5

Pass

60.69

Hotel

Los Angeles

City of Pomona

Measure V

Increase the current tax of 10 percent to 12 percent.

November 6

Fail

49.14

Hotel

Orange

City of Garden Grove

Measure Y

Increase the current tax of 13 percent to 14.5 percent.

November 6

Pass

66.46

Hotel

Placer

North Lake Tahoe Hotel Area

Measure F

Extend the current 2 percent tax for eight years in the North Lake Tahoe area.

June 5

Pass

84.57

Hotel

Plumas

County of Plumas

Measure C

Increase the current tax of 9 percent to 11 percent.

November 6

Fail

40.79

Hotel

San Diego

City of Coronado

Proposition F

Increase the hotel tax from 8 percent to 10 percent.

November 6

Pass

60.12

Hotel

San Diego

City of Santee

Proposition U

Increase the hotel tax from 6 percent to 10 percent.

November 6

Pass

56.85

Hotel

San Mateo

San Mateo County

Measure U

Increase the hotel tax from 10 percent to 12 percent.

June 5

Fail

46.81

Hotel

San Mateo

City of Menlo Park

Measure K

Increase the hotel tax from 10 percent to 12 percent.

November 6

Pass

74.28

Hotel

Santa Barbara

City of Solvang

Measure Z2012

Increase the hotel tax from 10 percent to 12 percent.

November 6

Pass

57.79

Hotel

Santa Barbara

City of Buellton

Measure D2012

Increase the hotel tax from 10 percent to 12 percent.

November 6

Pass

55.70

Hotel

Santa Barbara

City of Carpinteria

Measure E2012

Increase the hotel tax from 10 percent to 12 percent.

November 6

Pass

77.79

Hotel

Santa Barbara

City of Goleta

Measure H2012

Increase the hotel tax from 10 percent to 12 percent.

November 6

Pass

72.32

Hotel

Santa Cruz

City of Santa Cruz

Measure Q

Increase the hotel tax from 10 percent to 11 percent.

November 6

Pass

82.44

Hotel

Santa Cruz

County of Santa Cruz

Measure N

Increase the hotel tax by 1.5 percent.

November 6

Pass

72.89

Hotel

Tehama

City of Red Bluff

Measure A

Impose a hotel tax of 10 percent.

November 6

Fail

39.62

Hotel

Tulare

City of Exeter

Measure M

Increase the hotel tax from 4 percent to 8 percent.

November 6

Pass

67.07

Hotel

Tuolumne

Tuolumne County

Measure C

Expand the 10 percent hotel tax to recreational vehicles, houseboats and specified campgrounds.

June 5

Fail

43.74

Marijuana

San Bernardino

City of Needles

Measure S

Impose a 10 percent tax on gross receipts.

November 6

Pass

81.11

Marijuana

San Diego

City of Del Mar

Proposition H

Impose a 2.5 percent tax on sales of medical marijuana.

November 6

Fail

43.99

Marijuana

Santa Clara

City of Palo Alto

Measure C

Impose a 4 percent tax on sales of medical marijuana.

November 6

Fail

37.23

Parcel

Alameda

Hayward Unified School District

Measure G

A parcel tax of $58 per year for five years.

June 5

Pass

70.83

Parcel

Alameda

New Haven Unified School District

Measure H

A parcel tax of $180 per year for four years.

June 5

Fail

62.94

Parcel

Alameda

City of Piedmont

Measure A

Increase the parcel tax from the current range of $471 to $849 annually to $707 to $1,274 annually (depending on parcel size) for 10 years.

February 7

Fail

50.65

Parcel

Alameda

Peralta Community College District

Measure B

A $48 parcel tax to fund programs at the Peralta Community College.

June 5

Pass

72.86

Parcel

Alameda

City of Berkeley

Measure O

A parcel tax for Berkeley pools. The amount of the tax will vary depending on the number of square feet.

November 6

Fail

60.00

Parcel

Alameda/

Contra Costa

Chabot-Las Positas Community College District

Measure I

A parcel tax of $28 per parcel for six years.

November 6

Fail

62.51

Parcel

Alameda

County of Alameda

Measure A1

A parcel tax of $12 per parcel for the Oakland zoo.

November 6

Fail

62.99

Parcel

Alameda

San Leandro Unified School District

Measure L

A parcel tax of $39 per year for five years.

November 6

Pass

66.75

Parcel

Alameda

City of Piedmont

Measure Y

Extend the current parcel tax through June 30, 2017.

November 6

Pass

68.33

Parcel

Calaveras

Circle XX Community Services District

Measure D

Increase the parcel tax from $300 a year to $400 a year for ten years.

November 6

Pass

72.93

Parcel

Contra Costa

Moraga School District

Measure A

An increase of $225 on top of the current $325 per year, with no end date.

May 8

Fail

64.97

Parcel

Contra Costa

Crockett Community Service District

Measure R

Increase the existing $50 special tax for maintenance and operation of the district's park and recreation services, not to exceed $110 per year.

June 5

Pass

67.66

Parcel

Contra Costa

East Contra Costa Fire District

Measure S

A $197 annual parcel tax.

June 5

Fail

43.80

Parcel

Contra Costa

West Contra Costa Unified School District

Measure K

Increase the current parcel tax of 7.2 cents per square foot to 10.2 cents and extend the tax to 2017.

June 5

Fail

65.52

Parcel

Contra Costa

Contra Costa Community College District

Measure A

A $11 a year parcel tax for six years.

November 6

Fail

66.16

Parcel

Contra Costa

Contra Costa Fire Protection District

Measure Q

A $75 a year parcel tax effective July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2020.

November 6

Fail

53.01

Parcel

Contra Costa

Martinez Unified School District

Measure C

Extend the current $50 parcel tax due to expire in 2014 for five years.

November 6

Pass

68.95

Parcel

Contra Costa

West Contra Costa Unified School District

Measure G

Extend the 7.2 cents per square foot tax set to expire in 2014 for five years.

November 6

Pass

75.61

Parcel

El Dorado

Many Oaks Zone of Benefit

Measure A

Tax of $250 per parcel, per year, with no end date, to fund road improvement and maintenance services and drainage facility maintenance services. Replaces existing benefit assessment.

March 6

Fail

47.31

Parcel

El Dorado

El Dorado County Library

Measure L

Tax of $17.58 per parcel for 15 years.

November 6

Fail

45.04

Parcel

Kern

California City

Measure A

Parcel tax of $150 per year for six years, to fund police and fire services. City's official website, run by volunteers, proclaimed, "Vote Yes on Measure A."

March 6

Pass

68.50

Parcel

Humboldt

Arcata Elementary School District

Measure E

A parcel tax of $49 per parcel for five years.

November 6

Pass

77.96

Parcel

Kern

Mohave Unified School District

Measure N

A parcel tax of $42 per parcel.

November 6

Fail

51.83

Parcel

Lassen

Spalding Community Services District (Volunteer Fire Department)

Measure V

Repeal the 1998 special tax and enact a new special tax of $134.00 per improved parcel and $44.00 for unimproved parcel.

November 6

Fail

45.21

Parcel

Lassen

Lassen Library District

Measure W

Extend the $28 parcel tax to all "inhabitable dwelling units" within the district.

November 6

Fail

44.31

Parcel

Los Angeles

Arcadia Unified School District

Measure A

A parcel tax of $228 per year for five years to support the Arcadia Unified School District.

March 13

Pass

67.61

Parcel

Los Angeles

Local Classrooms Funding Authority

Measure CL

Levy a parcel tax of 2˘ per square foot for residential property, and 7.5˘ per square foot for other types of property.

November 6

Pass

70.42

Parcel

Los Angeles

Little Lake City School District

Measure TT

A parcel tax of $48 per year for five years.

November 6

Pass

75.11

Parcel

Los Angeles

Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority

Measure HH

Implement a $24 tax annually for 10 years for the Santa Monica Mountains.

November 6

Pass

76.18

Parcel

Los Angeles

Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority

Measure MM

Implement a $19 tax annually for ten years for the hillside communities of Woodland Hills, Encino and Tarzana.

November 6

Pass

68.67

Parcel

Los Angeles

City of Pomona

Measure X

A parcel tax of $38 per year to fund library operations and services.

November 6

Fail

60.63

Parcel

Los Angeles

Westside Union School District