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Sacramento County, CA November 4, 2014 Election
Directory of Sacramento County, CA Measures
County Results as of Nov 25 6:05am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (1263/1263)
48.4% Countywide Voter Turnout (330,817/683,632)

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Measure C. City Clerk Selection -- City of Galt (Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 1,891 / 46.55% Yes votes ...... 2,171 / 53.45% No votes
Shall the office of the city clerk for the City of Galt be appointive?

Measure D. Adoption of Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Isleton (2/3 Approval Required)
Fail: 87 / 59.59% Yes votes ...... 59 / 40.41% No votes
For a period of five (5) years shall a one-half cent transactions and use tax, to be used solely to fund Public Safety and Parks and Recreation projects and services for the City of Isleton, be adopted?

Measure E. Adoption of a Tax on Business Revenues -- City of Isleton (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 88 / 61.97% Yes votes ...... 54 / 38.03% No votes
Shall a one-tenth percent tax on business revenues to pay to pay for general services for the City of Isleton. Including fire, land-use planning and other city services, be adopted?

Measure G. Authority To Issue School Bonds -- Folsom Cordova Unified School Facilities Improvement District 5 (55% Approval Required)
Pass: 13,332 / 68.90% Yes votes ...... 6,018 / 31.10% No votes
To upgrade instructional technology, computer labs, student safety and security systems, construct, acquire, repair classrooms, sites, facilities/equipment to improve the quality of academic instruction in core subjects like math, science and writing, replace aging portable classrooms, and upgrade aging/inefficient electrical/HVAC systems to save money, shall Folsom Cordova Unified School District School Facilities Improvement District No. 5 issue $195 million in bonds at legal rates with citizen oversight, annual audits, with all funds spent only in Folsom and no funds for administrators' salaries?

Measure H. Adoption of a Sales Tax -- City of Rancho Cordova (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 8,092 / 61.45% Yes votes ...... 5,076 / 38.55% No votes
To enhance City services, facilities and programs, including: enhancing anti-gang/youth violence prevention programs; increasing neighborhood police patrols; fixing streets faster; expanding children/teen after-school programs; removing blight/revitalizing vacant buildings along Folsom Boulevard; building community facilities for seniors/working adults/children; and other general city services; shall the City of Rancho Cordova enact a cent sales tax, that cannot be taken by the State, requiring annual audits and all funds be spent in Rancho Cordova?

Measure J. Authority To Issue School Bonds -- Natomas Unified School District (55% Approval Required)
Pass: 9,091 / 72.12% Yes votes ...... 3,515 / 27.88% No votes
To protect quality education in Natomas, increasing student safety and security, improving accessibility for disabled students, upgrading classrooms for 21st century learning and college/career readiness with technology, furniture, and equipment, repairing and constructing school and support facilities, upgrading basic infrastructure/utilities and acquiring new school sites, shall Natomas Unified School District issue up to $129 million of bonds at legal interest rates, with citizen oversight, annual independent audits and no money for administrators' salaries or pensions?"

Measure K. Authority To Issue School Bonds -- Robla School District (55% Approval Required)
Pass: 1,694 / 72.67% Yes votes ...... 637 / 27.33% No votes
To better integrate school facilities with the academic program, increase access to modern technology, improve school safety and security, replace portable classrooms with permanent construction, modernize classroom interiors to meet 21st century needs, construct a new school to relieve overcrowding, and qualify the District to receive State grants, shall Robla School District be authorized to issue $29,800,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with annual audits, an independent Citizens' Oversight Committee, and no money for administrator salaries?

Measure L. Sacramento Charter Revision -- City of Sacramento (Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 41,423 / 43.75% Yes votes ...... 53,252 / 56.25% No votes
Shall the City of Sacramento Charter be revised, on a trial basis, to establish: a mayor-council governance structure wherein the elected mayor oversees city operations and a budget subject to Council approval and override; an Ethics Committee; Code of Ethics and Sunshine Ordinances; an Independent Budget Analyst Office; a Neighborhood Advisory Committee; an Independent Redistricting Commission; and a three-term limit for mayors; with most provisions subject to voter reapproval by 11/03/2020?

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