Campaign financing for statewide ballot measures, California"s November 3, 1992 general election

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Statementissued by the Secretary of State.
GenreStatistics.
ContributionsCalifornia. Secretary of State.
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LC ClassificationsJK1991.5.C2 C3574 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 43 leaves ;
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Open LibraryOL3628739M
LC Control Number2002418710
OCLC/WorldCa26954390

25 rows  Financing California's Statewide Ballot Measures On The November 3, General. November 3, General Election. Type Title Subject Description Result LRCA: South Dakota ballot measures November 3.

Type Title Subject Description Result CICA: of official voter guides • Ballot measure campaign websites by year • Ballot measure endorsements • How to find campaign finance information about ballot measure. A program of Alliance for Justice.

Guide on California campaign finance and ballot measure law, including contributions, expenditures, registering/reporting as a political committee. Campaign finance on the ballot: This topic refers to ballot measures regarding campaign finance requirements, laws, and elections and campaigns-related categories include: suffrage, term limits, and Elections and campaigns Ballot measures lists.

Sixteen statewide ballot propositions were on the ballot in California. 7 were ballot initiatives that got on the ballot through the process of collecting signatures on petitions.

4 of these failed, while three were approved. 9 were referred to the ballot by the California State Legislature.5 of these failed, while 4 were approved. On the ballot.

California's state elections were held November 3, Necessary primary elections were held on March 3. Up for election were all the seats of the State Assembly, 20 seats of the State Senate, and fifteen ballot measures. The United States presidential election was the 52nd quadrennial presidential was held on Tuesday, November 3, Democratic Governor Bill Clinton of Arkansas defeated incumbent Republican President George H.

Bush, independent businessman Ross Perot of Texas, and a number of minor candidates. Bush had alienated many of the conservatives in his party by breaking his Turnout: % pp.

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California voters will be asked to decide on 12 measures in November's election, on topics ranging from housing to health care to taxes. The Secretary of State's office certified the final list of ballot measures on Thursday, after a series of last minute deals scrapped potential ballot measures on lead paint cleanup, local taxes, and internet privacy.

Vote Smart provides free, unbiased, in-depth information about current officials, candidates, issues, legislation, and voting. Non-partisan and nonprofit since California Campaign Finance and Elections Special Interest Groups - The Voter's Self Defense System - Vote Smart.

November 8, ; November 6, ; and November 3, Campaign Expenditures: California Fair Political Practices Commission, Cam- paign Contribution and Spending Reports, State of California. Ballot Measure H: Public Financing of Election Campaigns 7 campaign funding. A person shall not be employed or compensated to solicit or collect qualifying contributions on behalf of a candidate.

A qualifying contribution shall be: A. in the case of a candidate for citywide office, from a. The California Ballot Is an Epic Joke There are 17 statewide propositions this year—a recipe for confusion that benefits special interests and disempowers legislators.

Special Statewide Election Nov2 pdf. Measures Election June 8 pdf. Measures Election Mar 2 pdf General Election Nov 3 pdf.

General Election Nov 3 pdf. Consolidated Primary Election June 2 pdf. Consolidated Primary Election June 2 pdf. Special Measures Election Apr 14 pdf. Passed 7, votes yes (%) 6, votes no (%) A “Yes” vote approves, and a “No” vote rejects, a statute that prohibits grocery and other stores from providing customers single-use plastic or paper carryout bags but permits sale of recycled paper bags and reusable bags.

Shall Ordinance No. A be adopted amending the El Centro Municipal Code in Article III, Sections approving a one-half cent transactions and use tax in addition to the current sales tax rate (raising $M/year until J ) to maintain general City services and facilities including.

June 9, Election; November 3, Election; Ballot Petitions Being Circulated; Ballot Petitions under Signature Review; How to Place a Measure on a Ballot; North Dakota’s History of Initiative and Referendum; Initiated Ballot Measure Filing Deadlines and Signature Requirements; Referred Ballot Measure Filing Deadlines and Signature.

A YES vote on this measure means: All voters would receive the same primary election ballot for most state and federal offices. The top two vote-getting candidates-regardless of political party identification-would be placed on the general election ballot.

The Voters’ Right to Know Act, which will appear on the ballot in Novemberis a first-of-its-kind political reform measure that will establish California as the national model for campaign finance disclosure.

Shall Ordinanceamending Measure BB and Menifee Municipal Code Section to provide that, commencing with the November general election, the term of the office of Mayor of the City of Menifee is changed from two years to four years, be adopted. Politics Election propositions: A guide to California's statewide ballot measures Photo shows the stickers given to newly naturalized American citizens after they registered to vote.

Appropriates monies from General Fund to pay for bonds.

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Summary of Legislative Analyst's Estimate of Net State and Local Government Fiscal Impact: State cost of about $6 billion over 30 years to pay off both the principal ($3 billion) and interest ($3 billion) on. Proposit effectively excludes California's five minor parties and independents from the general election.

In many districts, your only choices would be two members of the same party. If Proposition 62's special interest scheme had been in place insix million California votes would not have been counted, and 50 different general.

The list of Oregon ballot measures lists all statewide ballot measures to the present. In Oregon, the initiative and referendum process dates back towhen the efforts of the Direct Legislation League prompted amending the Oregon Constitution for the first time since The process of initiative and referendum became nationally known as the Oregon System.

The California Federation of Republican Women (CFRW): The primary election is less than three weeks away!Vote by Mail ballots have been sent out, sample ballots and voter information guides have been mailed, and it is time for Republican Women to educate voters!There is only one ballot measure on the primary ballot and it was placed there by the Legislature.

Proposition 65's restrictions apply to state actions taken over the last year, and thus would prevent a major component of the budget plan (a $ billion property tax shift in and again in ) from taking effect unless approved by the state's voters at the subsequent statewide election.

Introduction. The November election ballot includes Proposition Health Care Coverage, a referendum on the Health Insurance Act of (SB2) passed by the legislature and Governor Gray Davis. The Health Insurance Act requires companies with or more employees to buy health insurance for workers and their families by The United States Senate elections were elections held November 8,in which the Republican Party was able to take control of the Senate from the a midterm election, the opposition Republicans held the traditional advantage.

Congressional Republicans campaigned against the early presidency of Bill Clinton, including his unsuccessful health care plan. November general election; Proposal Passed YES votes YES % NO votes NO % Description Proposal A No 1, % 2, % Limiting annual increases in homestead property tax assessments and provide separate tax limitations for different property classifications Proposal B Yes 2, % 1, %.

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California State Senate. November 8, Last Updated: Decem AM. Certified Reports (PDF format) Statewide Summary.

County of Hawaii Summary. County of Maui Summary. County of Kauai Summary. City & County of Honolulu Summary. Statewide Precinct Detail. Statement of Vote. Certified Text Files. Statewide Summary. Statewide Precinct Detail. Primary Election.

The California state elections, November were held on November 2, [1] On a year marked by a strong Republican wave nationwide, the State of California elected Democrats to the state's top offices of Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State Controller, State Treasurer, Superintendent of Public Education, Insurance Commissioner and.CALIFORNIA VOTERS SUPPORT PRIMARY ELECTION REFORM.

California voters passed primary election reform in with almost 60% of the vote over the opposition of the party bosses.

The and elections were run under these reforms and voter participation increased.The Attorney General issues an official title and summary for every proposed initiative submitted in compliance with procedural requirements. To view an official title and summary, select the title and summary link.

Active Measures. "Right to a Jury Trial for Child Dependency and Child Custody Determinations. Initiative Statute.".