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2012 Election Results: Propositions

By: Staff Report
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State-wide results for the propositions are coming in. Below are some early vote totals on these propositions. Check back for updates.  

Propositions

30  Temporary Taxes to Fund Education      

Yes: 1,830,766 48.2%    No: 1,966,776  51.8%

 

31 State Budget, State and Local Government            

Yes: 1,506,520  42.2%   No:  2,065,033   57.8%

 

32  Political Contributions by Payroll Deduction      

Yes: 1,825,056   48.6%    No: 1,931,793   51.4%

 

33  Auto Insurance Prices Based on Driver History   

Yes: 1,763,351  47.6%    No: 1,939,585              52.4%

 

34 Death Penalty   

Yes: 1,640,815  43.8%    No: 2,103,989  56.2%

 

35 Human Trafficking          

Yes: 3,113,590  83.2%    No: 626,644 16.8%

 

36  Three Strikes Law            

Yes: 2,559,951  68.3%    No: 1,185,485  31.7%

 

37 Genetically Engineered Foods Labeling

Yes: 1,597,538  42.4%    No: 2,174,615  57.6%

 

38 Tax for Education. Early Childhood Programs     

Yes: 952,152  25.5%    No: 2,779,537  74.5%

 

39  Business Tax for Energy Funding              

Yes: 2,174,426  59.0%    No: 1,511,582  41.0%

 

40   Redistricting State Senate             

Yes: 2,653,122  74.4%    No: 912,372   25.6%