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2018 Primary Election

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#1. ALAMEDA County, Measure B

To upgrade outdated classrooms, restrooms and educational buildings at local schools; make health, safety and security improvements; improve student access to technology; replace and upgrade outdated heating, ventilation, and electrical systems; shall San Lorenzo Unified School District issue $130,000,000 of bonds at legal rates with citizen oversight and audits, raising an average of $8,000,000 annually for bonds while bonds remain outstanding from rates estimated at $0.06 per $100 assessed valuation, with no money used for administrative salaries?

#2. FRESNO County, Measure B

To improve the quality of education; make health and safety improvements; modernize/construct classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; and improve P.E. fields and facilities; shall Laton Joint Unified School District issue $7,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, averaging $421,000 annually as long as bonds are outstanding at a rate of approximately 6 cents per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, an independent citizens' oversight committee, NO money for salaries, and funding that cannot be taken by the State?

#3. HUMBOLDT County, Measure C
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To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair or replace leaky roofs; and renovate/modernize outdated classrooms and school facilities; shall Freshwater School District issue $2,100,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, generating on average $149,000 annually for issued bonds through maturity from levies of approximately $0.03 per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, independent citizens' oversight committee, NO money for salaries and all money for local schools?

#4. HUMBOLDT County, Measure D
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To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair or replace leaky roofs; and modernize/renovate outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; shall Rio Dell School District issue $1,600,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, generating on average $111,000 annually for issued bonds through maturity from levies of approximately $0.03 per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, independent citizens' oversight committee, NO money for salaries and all money for local schools?

#5. HUMBOLDT County, Measure E
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To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair or replace leaky roofs; increase student access to computers and technology and modernize/renovate classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; shall Pacific Union School District issue $5,600,000 of bonds, at legal rates, raising approximately $319,000 annually through 2053 at a rate of 3 cents per $100 of assessed valuation and have independent citizens' oversight with NO money used for administrative salaries?

#6. HUMBOLDT County, Measure G
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To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair or replace leaky roofs; and modernize/renovate outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; shall the Fortuna Elementary School District issue $10,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, averaging $645,000 annually as long as bonds are outstanding at a rate of approximately 3 cents per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, independent citizens' oversight, NO money for salaries and all money for local schools?

#7. IMPERIAL County, Measure Z

To construct a new gymnasium, enhance student safety and security, construct and modernize classrooms and support facilities, and provide the local match for State grants, shall the measure of Westmorland Union Elementary School District be adopted authorizing $10,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, raising an average of $656,000 annually to repay issued bonds through final maturity from levies of approximately $0.098 per $100 of assessed valuation, and no money for administrator salaries?

#8. INYO County, Measure K

To improve school facilities, upgrade fire alarms and student safety and security, replace old windows, and repair restrooms and other facilities, shall Lone Pine Unified School District issue $6 million in bonds at legal interest rates, projected tax rates of 6 per $100 of taxable value while bonds are outstanding (averaging approximately $400,000 annually), and requiring responsible repayment costs, citizens' oversight and audits to ensure funds are ONLY spent for Lo-Inyo Elementary School and Lone Pine High School, and NOT for any other purpose?

#9. INYO County, Measure L
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To renovate and upgrade classrooms, repair old facilities, make health, safety and security improvements for students, and improve energy efficiency to reduce operating costs, shall Owens Valley Unified School District issue $4.8 million in bonds at legal interest rates, projected tax rates of 6.0 per $100 of taxable value while bonds are outstanding (generating on average approximately $325,000 annually), and requiring audits, citizens' oversight, ALL funds spent on Owens Valley schools and NO money for administrator salaries or pensions?

#10. KERN County, Measure C
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To improve the quality of education at Taft College; upgrade job training, dental hygiene, science/technology facilities; repair roofs; remove asbestos/lead paint; construct/acquire facilities/land sites/equipment to prepare students/veterans for jobs/college transfers shall West Kern Community College District's measure be adopted to issue $50,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, averaging $3,000,000 raised annually for bonds through maturity, rates of approximately 2.5/$100 assessed value, with independent audits/citizens' oversight and all funds benefiting students?

#11. KERN County, Measure D

To improve the quality of education; make health and safety improvements; modernize outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; and improve student access to modern technology; shall El Tejon Unified School District issue $16,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, averaging $900,000 annually as long as bonds are outstanding at a rate of approximately 5.7 cents per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, an independent citizens' oversight committee, NO money for salaries, and funding that cannot be taken by the State?

#12. LOS ANGELES County, Measure BH

To improve aging Beverly Hills schools, upgrade/replace inefficient heating, cooling/electrical systems, classrooms, libraries/science labs, deteriorating restrooms/leaky roofs, provide modern classroom technology/science equipment, shall this Beverly Hills Unified School District measure be adopted to upgrade, construct/acquire classrooms, facilities, sites/equipment, and issue $385,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, levy on average 4.4 cents/$100 assessed value, $23,700,000 annually for school repairs while bonds are outstanding, require taxpayer oversight, annual audits/all funds for Beverly Hills schools?

#13. LOS ANGELES County, Measure HSD

HAWTHORNE SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL REPAIR/IMPROVEMENT MEASURE. To repair aging classrooms, ensure student health, safety and achievement and keep pace with technology, upgrade aging plumbing, electrical, lighting, heating/ventilation, safety/security systems, shall this Hawthorne School District measure be adopted to repair, construct, acquire classrooms, sites/equipment, and issue $59,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, levy on average 3 cents/$100 assessed value ($3,000,000 annually) while bonds are outstanding, require independent audits/oversight, and all money for local schools?

#14. LOS ANGELES County, Measure W

To maintain all K-12 classrooms and labs; upgrade facilities to better prepare students for college and careers; provide 21st century learning technology; and otherwise continue improving our elementary, middle and high schools, shall Wiseburn Unified School District issue $29,000,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, projected tax rates of 1.9 per $100 of assessed valuation, estimated levies averaging $2.1 million annually through approximately 2042, citizens' oversight, audits, No funds for administrators' salaries, and ALL funds benefiting local schools?

#15. MERCED County, Measure X
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Without raising current tax rates and to repair deteriorating roofs, plumbing, electrical systems, upgrade classrooms/labs/facilities for science, technology, engineering, math, and career training, improve student safety/ security, and construct new school facilities to relieve overcrowding, shall Los Banos Unified School District issue $65,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, raising on average 4.3 cents/$100 of assessed value ($3,800,000 annually) for approximately 35 years, to improve local schools, with independent audits, citizen oversight and all funds locally controlled?

#16. MONO County, Measure B

To renovate and improve aging classrooms/schools, including deteriorating roofs, enhance safety/technology infrastructure, improve energy efficiency, construct and equip science labs, classrooms, school facilities, and qualify for State matching funds, shall Mammoth Unified School District issue $63.1 million in bonds, with legal rates, estimated repayment amounts averaging $3,675,000 raised annually for approximately 33 years, projected tax rates of 4 to 6 cents per $100 of assessed valuation, independent citizens' oversight, audits, and no money for operating expenses?

#17. MONTEREY County, Measure G

To renovate classrooms and schools including repair of leaky roofs, replacement of outdated plumbing and completion of Main Street Middle School improvements, shall Soledad Unified School District issue $25.21 million in general obligation bonds at legal rates, raising between $1.0 to $2.5 million annually for 27 years to repay bonds from tax levies estimated at 6 cents per $100 of assessed valuation, with citizen oversight, annual audits, and no projected increase in the District's current bond tax rate?

#18. MONTEREY County, Measure I

To repair/update classrooms, science labs/school facilities for 21st century learning, make essential school safety/security improvements, replace aging plumbing, gas, sewer/electrical systems, repair, acquire, construct classrooms, athletic facilities, science labs, equipment, sites/facilities, shall this Monterey Peninsula Unified School District measure be adopted to issue $213,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, levy approximately 6 cents/$100 assessed value ($12,500,000 annually) while bonds are outstanding, with citizen oversight, audits, no funds for administrators, all for local schools?

#19. NEVADA County, Measure D

To repair aging classrooms, leaky roofs, and old facilities, and provide a clean, safe, quality learning environment for current and future students, shall Grass Valley Elementary School District issue $18.8 million in bonds at legal interest rates, with projected tax rates of 2.4 per $100 of taxable value, estimated average levies of $1.05 million through approximately 2051, and requiring audits, citizens' oversight, ALL funds spent locally on Grass Valley elementary / middle schools, and NO money for administrators' salaries / pensions?

#20. PLACER County, Measure E

SIERRA COLLEGE IMPROVEMENT MEASURE. To bring older buildings to code/standards for continued use, improve workforce job training facilities to affordably prepare, train/retrain students/veterans for quality jobs, repair, construct, acquire classrooms, facilities, equipment, shall Sierra Joint Community College District issue $350,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, levy/collect on average 1.7 cents/$100 assessed value ($18,000,000 annually) while bonds are outstanding, with independent citizen/taxpayer oversight/audits, no money for administrator salaries/pensions, all funds used locally?

#21. SAN JOAQUIN County, Measure C
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MEASURE _:To repair and improve our schools; upgrade fire alarms, repair leaky pipes and roofs and rehabilitate existing classrooms, shall $156.38 million of Stockton Unified School District's bonds, approved in 2008, be reauthorized as new bonds, with legal rates, an average tax levy of 4.9 cents per $100 of assessed valuation while bonds are outstanding (averaging $10.8 million per year), annual audits, independent taxpayer oversight and no increase in total authorized District debt or current tax rates?

#22. SAN MATEO County, Measure J

To build affordable rental housing so teachers and school staff can live in the communities where they work, shall Jefferson Union High School District (including Jefferson, Oceana, Terra Nova, Thornton, Westmoor and Adult-Ed High Schools) issue $33 million of bonds with an average tax levy of 0.7 cents per $100 of assessed valuation while the bonds are outstanding ($2.3 million per year), legal rates, annual audits and independent taxpayer oversight?

#23. SAN MATEO County, Measure M

To update classrooms and science labs in local schools; perform essential safety repairs; fix leaky roofs; equip classrooms with 21st-century learning technology; replace aging heating/plumbing; and construct/equip classrooms, shall Cabrillo Unified School District issue $99,000,000 in bonds, at legal interest rates, raising the amount needed each year to repay bonds while outstanding, at an estimated rate of $52 per $100,000 of assessed value, with citizen oversight, annual audits, no funds for administrator salaries, and all funds staying local?

#24. SAN MATEO County, Measure O

To repair and improve local elementary schools including, student safety/campus security; fixing aging/leaking roofs; upgrading classrooms, labs/computer systems to support programs in science/math, technology, English, arts; and acquiring and constructing school facilities, shall Pacifica School District issue $55,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, raising an estimated $3,450,000 annually for approximately 33 years at projected rates of three cents per $100 of assessed valuation, with citizens' oversight and all funds staying local?

#25. SAN MATEO County, Measure R

To repair/improve aging schools to protect quality academic instruction in math, science/ reading with funding that cannot be taken by the State, upgrade leaking roofs, outdated fire alarms, electrical/heating, classrooms/facilities, meet health, safety/seismic codes, acquire, repair, construct, equipment, sites/facilities, shall this Las Lomitas Elementary School District measure be adopted to issue $70,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, levy on average 3 cents/$100 assessed value ($4,900,000 annually) while bonds are outstanding, with citizen oversight?

#26. SAN MATEO County, Measure S

To continue improving classrooms and facilities; repair more aging buildings; and further upgrade safety, technology, science labs, and energy efficiency; shall the Ravenswood City School District issue $70 million in bonds, at legal rates, averaging an estimated $3.95 million in taxes raised annually for approximately 32 years at projected tax rates of 3 cents per $100 of assessed valuation, and requiring audits, citizens' oversight, no money for administrators' salaries, and all funds used for Ravenswood schools?

#27. SANTA BARBARA County, Measure Q2018
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To repair or replace leaky roofs; upgrade inadequate electrical systems; construct/modernize classrooms, restrooms/schools; replace outdated heating, air-conditioning systems; upgrade P.E. fields/facilities for school and community use; shall Lompoc Unified School District issue $79,000,000 bonds at legal rates, levy/collect approximately $0.06 per $100 assessed value (estimated $7 million annually) through approximately 2054, with citizen oversight, no money for salaries, all money staying local, without increasing current tax rates?

#28. SANTA CLARA County, Measure E
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To improve neighborhood high schools by expanding classrooms, science labs, libraries/student support facilities to accommodate growing enrollment; modernizing science, technology, engineering, arts/math classrooms for 21st-century learning; and repairing, upgrading/constructing classrooms/school facilities; shall Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District issue $295,000,000 of bonds at legal rates with citizen oversight/audits, averaging $18 million raised annually for bonds until approximately 2039, from rates estimated at $0.03 per $100 assessed valuation, with all funds exclusively for local schools?

#29. SANTA CRUZ County, Measure P

To improve the quality of education at Mountain School with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair/replace leaky roofs; and modernize/reconstruct/improve outdated classrooms, school facilities and fields; shall Mountain Elementary School District issue $2,300,000 of bonds at legal rates, generating on average $158,000 annually through 2048 for bonds from levies of approximately 3 cents per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, citizens' oversight, NO money for salaries and all funds for local schools?

#30. SANTA CRUZ County, Measure R
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To repair Loma Prieta School District's fire-damaged classrooms and community center, update fire alarms, water systems, electrical/heating and plumbing systems, meet health/safety codes, modernize aging classroom technology, acquire, repair, construct, equipment/sites with funding that cannot be taken by the State shall this Loma Prieta Joint Union School District measure be adopted to issue $10,600,000 in bonds at legal rates, levy on average 3 cents/$100 assessed value ($670,000 annually) while bonds are outstanding, with annual audits and citizens oversight?

#31. SHASTA County, Measure B

To improve the quality of education; repair/replace leaky roofs; modernize and construct classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; and make health, safety and security improvements; shall Redding School District issue $28,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, raising an estimated $420,000 - $2,700,000 annually through approximately 2052 at a projected rate of $0.03 per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, an independent citizens' oversight committee, NO money for salaries, and funding that cannot be taken by the State?

#32. SONOMA County, Measure A
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To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair or replace leaky roofs; and modernize/renovate/construct classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; shall West Sonoma County Union High School District issue $89,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, averaging $4.9 million annually as long as bonds are outstanding at a rate of approximately 3 cents per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, independent citizens' oversight committee, NO money for salaries and all money staying local?

#33. SONOMA County, Measure B

To improve the quality of education; make health and safety improvements; improve classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; replace deteriorating plumbing systems; and construct a multi-purpose room for school and community use; shall Alexander Valley Union School District issue $6,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, averaging $376,000 annually as long as bonds are out standing at a rate of approximately 2.82 cents per $100 assessed value, with No money for salaries and funding that cannot be taken by the State?

#34. SONOMA County, Measure C

To improve facilities at Harmony and Salmon Creek Schools; repair/replace leaky roofs; improve energy efficiency; and construct/renovate/modernize classrooms, restrooms and school facilities under an environmental sustainability facilities plan; shall Harmony Union School District issue $9,600,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with estimated repayment amounts averaging $590,000 raised annually through 2051, projected tax rates of 3 per $100 of assessed valuation, annual audits, independent citizens' oversight, NO money for salaries and all money for local schools?

#35. STANISLAUS County, Measure V

To repair/update Patterson's classrooms, construct classrooms to keep pace with 21st Century learning/reduce overcrowding, make fire safety/security improvements, replace aging plumbing/sewer/electrical systems, acquire, construct/repair classrooms, sites, facilities/equipment, shall $33,852,058.10 of Patterson Joint Unified School District bonds approved in 2008, be reauthorized as new bonds, at legal rates, levy on average 6 cents/$100 assessed value ($2,600,000 annually) while bonds are outstanding, with taxpayer oversight, audits, no increase in total authorized District debt?

#36. SUTTER County, Measure Y
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To construct/renovate classrooms, restrooms/school facilities to improve the quality of education at Brittan Elementary School, build a gymnasium for school and community use; repair, construct, acquire classrooms, sites and equipment, shall this Brittan Elementary School District measure be adopted to issue $4,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, levy approximately 3 cents/$100 assessed value, generating approximately $260,000 annually while bonds are outstanding, with annual audits, independent citizens' oversight, NO money for salaries, all money staying local?

#37. VENTURA County, Measure A

To improve Adolfo Camarillo, Channel Islands, Condor, Frontier, Hueneme, Oxnard, Pacifica, Rio Mesa, and Rancho Campana High Schools including leaky roofs, outdated plumbing, electrical wiring and air conditioning; and construct a new high school, shall Oxnard Union High School District issue $_____ million of bonds at legal rates, raising between $____ to $____ million annually for ____ years to repay bonds from tax levies estimated at ____ cents per $100 of assessed valuation, with citizen oversight and annual audits?

#38. VENTURA County, Measure B

To improve the quality of education; upgrade, modernize, and construct classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; repair or replace leaky roofs; renovate plumbing, sewer, and build new classrooms; shall the Hueneme Elementary School District issue $34,200,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, raising between $1,300,000 and $3,300,000 annually at a rate of approximately $0.03 per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, an independent citizens' oversight committee, NO money for salaries, and funding that cannot be taken by the State?

#39. VENTURA County, Measure C

To improve the quality of education; repair/replace leaky roofs; increase energy efficiency; modernize and construct classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; and improve student access to modern technology; shall Pleasant Valley School District issue $119,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, raising between $4,400,000 - $10,800,000 annually through 2048 at a rate of approximately $0.03 per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, an independent citizens' oversight, NO money for salaries, and funding that cannot be taken by the State?

#40. YUBA County, Measure G

Local Middle School Construction Measure. [Shall the measure, to design and build a middle school that provides necessary modern facilities for students including spaces for science, math, art, technology, music and sports, and no money for administrators' salaries, authorize Plumas Lake Elementary School District to issue $20,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, levy/collect on average $0.12/$100 of assessed value ($1,050,000 annually) while bonds are outstanding, with all funds used locally to construct a middle school, be adopted?

 


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