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- Measure D.
-- City of Stockton
53.6% Yes votes ......
46.4% No votes
- Shall the City of Stockton adopt a Charter amendment to delete section 2504─: Adoption and Induction of Incumbents into Civil Service; section 2505─: Applications; section 2506─: Establishment of Reemployment Lists; section 2511─: Leave of Absence; section 2512─: Temporary Appointments; section 2526─: Sick Leave; section 2529─: Vacation Time; section 2530─: Vacation Ratio for Police Department; and section 2532─: Full-Time Performance of Duties
- Measure E.
-- Tracy Joint Unified School District
(55% Approval Required)
67.9% Yes votes ......
32.1% No votes
(67.9%) Yes / 3404 (32.1%) No in San Joaquin County
(72.2%) Yes / 10 (27.8%) No in Alameda County
- To renovate and modernize Tracy High School, including replacing aging plumbing,
updating electrical and safety systems, renovating and building new classrooms, and to
complete Merrill West High School, shall Tracy Joint Unified School District be authorized to
pay or reimburse the cost to construct, replace, renovate, equip and furnish school facilities,
issue $51,000,000 in bonds at interest rates within the legal limit, with no funds for
administrator salaries, and appoint an Independent Oversight Committee to monitor bond
- Measure F.
-- City of Stockton
66.6% Yes votes ......
33.4% No votes
- Shall the Charter of the City of Stockton be amended to
provide that a recall election will be held unless the officer
sought to be recalled resigns within five calendar days after
the City Clerk serves written notice of the certificate of
sufficiency; to specify that a special election to recall an
officer be held in accordance with the timelines specified in
the California Elections Code; and to incorporate other
nonsubstantive, grammatical changes?
- Measure R.
-- Oakdale Joint Unified School District
60.0% Yes votes ......
40.0% No votes
- To modernize Oakdale High and enlarge the Career Technical/Vocational
classrooms, to build and modernize elementary schools, replace portables,
and make the District eligible to receive state matching funds, shall the Oakdale
Joint Unified School District issue $37.5 million of bonds at interest rates below
the legal limit so long as spending is annually reviewed by a Citizens’ Oversight
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