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November 5, 2013 Election

County Results as of Nov 15 3:23pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (86/86)
24.0% Countywide Voter Turnout (28931/120474)
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Precinct 11120B
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  • Local Measures

    Measure A Essential City Services Measure -- City of Stockton (Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 14939 / 51.86% Yes votes ...... 13869 / 48.14% No votes
    To pay for law enforcement and crime prevention services such as those described in Stockton's Marshall Plan on Crime, to help end the bankruptcy and restore other City services, and provided it shall sunset in ten years or when economic recovery occurs, a Citizen's Oversight Committee reports on the use of proceeds, and independent audits are done annually; shall Ordinance 2013-07-09-1601 be adopted to impose a 3/4-cent transaction and use (sales) tax?

    Measure B Advisory Vote Related to Measure A -- City of Stockton (City Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 16776 / 59.27% Yes votes ...... 11530 / 40.73% No votes
    If Measure A is approved by the voters, shall (i) 65% of its proceeds be used only to pay for law enforcement and crime prevention services in the City such as those described in the City's Marshall Plan on Crime and (ii) 35% of its proceeds be used only to pay for the City's efforts to end the bankruptcy and for services to residents, business, and property owners?

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