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State Ballot Measures
100.0% ( 437 of 437 ) San Joaquin precincts reporting as of Jun 2, 2000 at 11:05 am

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NOTE:  Proposition 24 Removed by Order of the California Supreme Court 

Propositions                           Yes Votes   Pct.   No Votes   Pct.
   1A Y Tribal Gaming                     68,825  59.2      47,592  40.8  
                   Statewide           4,758,638  64.5   2,628,451  35.5  Map

   12 Y Parks and Water                   66,827  58.0      48,538  42.0  
                   Statewide           4,657,600  63.2   2,722,030  36.8  Map

   13 Y Drinking Water                    71,182  61.8      44,057  38.2  
                   Statewide           4,745,872  64.8   2,585,298  35.2  Map

   14 Y Library Construction              63,129  55.1      51,588  44.9  
                   Statewide           4,298,471  59.0   2,994,289  41.0  Map

   15 N Crime Labs                        49,551  43.4      64,367  56.6  
                   Statewide           3,265,416  46.3   3,772,513  53.7  Map

   16 Y Veteran's Homes                   70,400  61.4      44,368  38.6  
                   Statewide           4,402,818  62.3   2,665,311  37.7  Map

   17 Y Lotteries and Raffles             62,096  54.5      51,918  45.5  
                   Statewide           4,112,490  58.7   2,897,099  41.3  Map

   18 Y Murder                            90,432  78.8      24,382  21.2  
                   Statewide           5,112,109  72.6   1,935,113  27.4  Map

   19 Y Peace Officers                    90,711  79.4      23,623  20.6  
                   Statewide           5,126,737  73.6   1,840,850  26.4  Map

   20 Y State Lottery                     58,494  52.1      53,985  47.9  
                   Statewide           3,716,726  53.0   3,305,062  47.0  Map

   21 Y Juvenile Crime                    82,003  71.9      32,163  28.1  
                   Statewide           4,491,166  62.1   2,742,148  37.9  Map

   22 Y Limit on Marriage                 85,829  72.9      31,987  27.1  
                   Statewide           4,618,673  61.4   2,909,370  38.6  Map

   23 N None of the Above                 38,119  35.9      67,920  64.1  
                   Statewide           2,355,850  36.0   4,175,784  64.0  Map

   25 N Campaign Finance                  38,738  34.5      73,268  65.5  
                   Statewide           2,444,984  34.7   4,589,870  65.3  Map

   26 N Local Majority Vote               56,441  49.0      58,643  51.0  
                   Statewide           3,521,327  48.7   3,704,687  51.3  Map

   27 N Congressional Term Limits         48,097  43.2      63,184  56.8  
                   Statewide           2,737,274  40.4   4,032,355  59.6  Map

   28 N Repeal Tobacco Tax                38,456  32.9      78,287  67.1  
                   Statewide           2,017,425  27.8   5,230,734  72.2  Map

   29 Y Indian Gaming                     60,785  53.9      52,007  46.1  
                   Statewide           3,654,688  53.1   3,234,492  46.9  Map

   30 N Insurance Lawsuits                27,447  23.8      87,541  76.2  
                   Statewide           2,232,420  31.5   4,852,228  68.5  Map

   31 N Insurance Amendments              25,965  22.7      88,343  77.3  
                   Statewide           1,979,780  28.3   4,994,361  71.7  Map

 
      Y - Proposition is passing
      N - Proposition is not passing
 
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