Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Terminate this, Arnold!

State Ballot Measures
100.0% ( 17726 of 17726 ) precincts reporting as of Nov 9, 2005 at 7:27 am
Statewide Returns County Returns | County Status
   Propositions                      Yes Votes   Pct.   No Votes   Pct.
  73 N    Minor's Pregnancy          3,130,062  47.4   3,465,629  52.6  Map 
  74 N    Teacher Tenure              2,987,010  44.9   3,662,932  55.1  Map 
  75 N    Public Union Dues          3,092,495  46.5   3,551,011  53.5  Map 
  76 N    Spending/Funding           2,522,327  37.9   4,115,388  62.1  Map 
  77 N    Redistricting                    2,673,530  40.5   3,920,487  59.5  Map 
  78 N    Rx Drug Discounts          2,719,999  41.5   3,821,957  58.5  Map 
  79 N    Rx Drug Rebates            2,523,803  38.9   3,950,763  61.1  Map 
  80 N    Electric Regulation          2,189,126  34.3   4,182,374  65.7  Map 
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      Y - Proposition is passing
N - Proposition is not passing

3 Comments:

Blogger Jim H said...

Click on the "MAP" link in the main post for an interesting view of the vote distribution that shows the reason people say California is really two states. It is particularly striking to look at the vote on Prop. 73, the so-called parental consent for abortions for minors law (which was riddled with time bombs its proponents thought nobody would notice).

November 09, 2005 2:34 PM  
Blogger Richard Wolfe said...

The Maine Lesbian/gay rights repeal initiative failed, 56% to 44%.

All of the other Maine initiatives passed, but in fairness, they were not citizen initiatives, but rather required referendums to approve legislated bonding proposals.

Maybe Arnie should move to Maine.

November 09, 2005 3:42 PM  
Blogger Richard Wolfe said...

I loved looking at those maps! (I always love maps.) Orange County probably votes the exact same way as Oakland County.

Hey! They reversed the red and the blue!

Typical California thing to do.

November 09, 2005 3:45 PM  

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