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November 8, 2005 Election

County Results as of Nov 22 4:40pm, 100% of Precincts Reporting (1140/1140)
54.4% Countywide Voter Turnout (383,192/704,036)

Statewide Results as of Nov 23 4:01pm, 100% of Precincts Reporting (17726/17726)
49.1% Statewide Voter Turnout (7,813,919/15,891,482)

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    Governing Board Member; Hayward Unified School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Myrna Truehill
      15,846 votes 41.9%
    • Paul Frumkin, III
      9,744 votes 25.8%
    • Chuck Horner
      7,984 votes 21.1%
    • Roger Treskunoff (withdrawn)
      3,884 votes 10.3%
    • (65 Total Write-In Votes 0.2%)


    Council Member; City of EmeryvilleClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    Mayor; City of LivermoreClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Marshall H. Kamena
      17,406 votes 65.3%
    • David Mertes
      9,171 votes 34.4%
    • (69 Total Write-In Votes 0.3%)

    Council Member; City of LivermoreClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Tom Reitter
      14,140 votes 30.1%
    • John P. Marchand
      11,777 votes 25.1%
    • Tom Bramell
      8,011 votes 17.1%
    • John Stein
      6,639 votes 14.1%
    • Bill Aboumrad
      6,272 votes 13.4%
    • (18 Total Write-In Votes 0.0%)

    Mayor; City of NewarkClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • David W. Smith
      7,698 votes 97.8%
    • (171 Total Write-In Votes 2.2%)

    Council Member; City of NewarkClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    State Propositions

    Proposition 73 Waiting Period and Parental Notification Before Termination of Minor's Pregnancy
    Fail: 3,610,475 / 47.3% Yes votes ...... 4,023,840 / 52.7% No votes
    Should the California Constitution be amended to require notification of the parent or legal guardian of an unemancipated, pregnant minor at least 48 hours before performing an abortion on the minor?

    Proposition 74 Public School Teachers. Waiting Period for Permanent Status. Dismissal
    Fail: 3,450,331 / 44.9% Yes votes ...... 4,241,972 / 55.1% No votes
    Should the probationary period for public school teachers be increased from two to five years, and should the process by which school boards can dismiss a permanent certificated employee be modified?

    Proposition 75 Public Employee Union Dues. Restrictions on Political Contributions. Employee Consent Requirement
    Fail: 3,575,521 / 46.5% Yes votes ...... 4,106,481 / 53.5% No votes
    Should public employee unions be required to obtain annual written consent from each member in order to use a portion of that member's dues for political activity?

    Proposition 76 State Spending and School Funding Limits
    Fail: 2,898,836 / 37.8% Yes votes ...... 4,775,219 / 62.2% No votes
    Should Californians make major Constitutional changes to create an additional state spending limit, grant the governor substantial new power to unilaterally reduce state spending, and revise key provisions relating to Proposition 98, school and community college funding, and transportation funding authorized by Proposition 42?

    Proposition 77 Redistricting. Initiative Constitutional Amendment
    Fail: 3,073,346 / 40.3% Yes votes ...... 4,548,276 / 59.7% No votes
    Should the California Constitution be amended to change the process of redistricting California's State Senate, State Assembly, Congressional and Board of Equalization districts, transferring the implementation of redistricting from the Legislature to a panel of three retired judges, selected by legislative leaders?

    Proposition 78 Discounts on Prescription Drugs
    Fail: 3,137,858 / 41.5% Yes votes ...... 4,421,298 / 58.5% No votes
    Should the state adopt a new state drug discount program to reduce the costs of prescription drugs for Californians at or below 300 percent of the federal poverty level?

    Proposition 79 Prescription Drug Discounts. State-Negotiated Rebates
    Fail: 2,940,106 / 39.3% Yes votes ...... 4,541,256 / 60.7% No votes
    Should the state of California create a new prescription drug discount program for residents at or below 400 percent of the federal poverty level, and change state law to make it illegal to engage in profiteering from the sale of prescription drugs?

    Proposition 80 Electric Service Providers. Regulation
    Fail: 2,532,094 / 34.4% Yes votes ...... 4,825,010 / 65.6% No votes
    Should the state expand its regulation of the electric industry?

    Local Measures

    Measure A Parcel Tax Measure -- Albany Unified School District (Parcel Tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
    Pass: 4,140 / 68.5% Yes votes ...... 1,901 / 31.5% No votes
    Shall the Albany Unified School District be authorized to levy a special tax for seven years at the annual rate of $250.00 per residential unit and $.05 per square foot for non-residential parcels, exempting low income homeowners and renters and homeowners 65 and over, the proceeds of which shall be used to retain qualified staff with competitive compensation, add librarian and counselor positions, maintain small class sizes and safety supervision, and enhance extracurricular activities?

    Measure B School Bond Measure -- Castro Valley Unified School District (Bond Measure - 55% Approval Required)
    Pass: 10,602 / 63.6% Yes votes ...... 6,072 / 36.4% No votes
    To improve school libraries, build new science labs and classrooms, update campus security systems, and continue the renovation, construction and modernization of classrooms, schools and other facilities described on the District's Project List, shall the Castro Valley Unified School District be authorized to issue $44,000,000 in bonds at interest rates within the legal limit with no funds for administrator salaries and an appointed Independent Citizens Oversight Committee to monitor all bond expenditures?

    Measure C Annual Permitting Requirements For Large Hotels -- City of Emeryville (Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 1,245 / 54.2% Yes votes ...... 1,051 / 45.8% No votes
    Shall an ordinance establishing annual permitting requirements for large hotels within the City of Emeryville conditioned upon compliance with special employment regulations regarding payment of specified wages and health benefits to employees, worker retention and reinstatement rights, overtime rules, and employer paid leave for jury duty be adopted?

    Measure D North Livermore Urban Growth Boundary -- City of Livermore (Initiative - Majority Approval Required)
    Fail: 7,663 / 28.0% Yes votes ...... 19,678 / 72.0% No votes
    Shall the people of Livermore amend the Livermore General Plan concerning the North Livermore Urban Growth Boundary and other provisions to permit 2,450 units of residential development and related public facilities in North Livermore?

    Measure E LAVWMA Export Pipeline Facilities -- City of Livermore (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 18,951 / 73.4% Yes votes ...... 6,854 / 26.6% No votes
    Shall the City of Livermore participate in the LAVWMA Export Pipeline Facilities Project to increase the City's wastewater disposal capacity to meet the current General Plan with the conditions that voters must approve future proposals that: (1) connect to the City sewer system any land brought inside the City's Urban Growth Boundary after November 1, 2005, that will have new urban uses after that date, or (2) change influent limits in the LAVWMA Agreement?

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