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November 8, 2005 Election

County Results as of Nov 18 9:22am, 100% of Precincts Reporting (423/423)
43.4% Countywide Voter Turnout (118,003/271,439)

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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  • School

    Member; Stanislaus County Board of Education; Trustee Area 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Kim A. Rose
      37 votes 63.8%
    • Donald Viss
      20 votes 34.5%
    • (1 Total Write-In Votes 1.7%)

    Trustee; Oakdale Joint Unified School District; Trustee Area 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Valley Home Joint School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Winifred Ann "Winnie" Mullins
      32 votes 34.8%
    • Shelly Carpenter
      30 votes 32.6%
    • Ronald A. Smith
      28 votes 30.4%
    • (2 Total Write-In Votes 2.2%)


    Council Member; City of LathropClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Kristy Sayles
      797 votes 45.0%
    • Sonny Dhaliwal
      626 votes 35.3%
    • Cecil A. Richardson
      174 votes 9.8%
    • Doug Clough
      160 votes 9.0%
    • (16 Total Write-In Votes 0.9%)

    Special District

    Board Member; Thornton Rural County Fire Protection DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Clayton Henke
      137 votes 21.7%
    • Karen D. Honer
      126 votes 20.0%
    • Frank A. Yoka
      123 votes 19.5%
    • Jacob Doushy
      91 votes 14.4%
    • Walter Chumbley
      77 votes 12.2%
    • Lance Casqueiro
      71 votes 11.3%
    • (5 Total Write-In Votes 0.8%)

    Board Member; Oakdale Irrigation District; Division 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    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 B School Facilities -- Galt Joint Union High School District (School Bond Measure - Two-Thirds Majority)
    Fail: 873 / 58.3% Yes votes ...... 625 / 41.7% No votes
    To build a new high school to address severe overcrowding at Galt High School, shall the Galt Joint Union High School District be authorized to construct school classrooms and facilities and issue $29,200,000 in bonds at interest rates within the legal limit with an Independent Citizens Oversight Committee appointed to monitor the way all bond funds are spent?

    Measure C School Facilities -- Stockton Unified School District (School Bond - 55% Majority)
    Pass: 18858 / 69.4% Yes votes ...... 8309 / 30.6% No votes
    To relieve overcrowding by building new schools and classrooms; reconfiguring schools to improve educational opportunities, student achievement and safety; repairing, replacing or upgrading fire alarm systems, leaky roofs, electrical systems, deteriorating school facilities, and damage caused by dry rot and termites; removing asbestos and other hazardous materials; and obtaining state matching funds; shall the Stockton Unified School District issue $120 million in general obligation bonds at legal rates with independent citizen oversight and no money for administrators?

    Measure Medida-B Distrito Escolar Unión Conjunta De Escuelas Secundarias De Galt -- Galt Joint Union High School District (Bond - Two-thirds approval required)
    Para construir una nueva escuela secundaria y así solucionar el problema del gran exceso de estudiantes en la Escuela Secundaria de Galt (Galt High), ¿deberá autorizarse al Distrito Escolar Unión Conjunta de Escuelas Secundarias de Galt a que construya salones de clase e instalaciones escolares y emitir $29,200,000 en bonos con tasas de interés dentro de los límites legales, con un Comité Independiente de Supervisión integrado por Ciudadanos designado para supervisar la forma en que se utilizan todos los fondos de los bonos?

    Measure MEDIDA-C Distrito Escolar Unificado De Stockton -- Stockton Unified School District (School Bond - 55% Majority)
    Para aliviar la sobrecarga estudiantil mediante la construcción de nuevas escuelas y salones de clases; la nueva configuración de las escuelas para majorar las oportunidades educativas, el desempeño escolar y la seguridad; la reparación, reposición o modernización de los sistemas de alarmas contra incendios, de los techos con filtraciones, de los sistemas eléctricos, de las instalaciones escolares deterioradas, y de los daños ocasionados por la putrefacción de la madera, y por los comejenes; la eliminación de asbestos y de otros materiales peligrosos; y la obtención de fondos paralelos del Estado, ¿debe el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Stockton emitir $120 millones en bonos de obligación general, con tasas de interés conforme a derecho, con una vigilancia independiente realizada por los ciudadanos, y sin asignar dinero para los administradores?

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