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2016 US Election results Updated

California
Proposition 51 · $9 Billion Bond for modernizing K-12, charter, vocational schools and community colleges
54% Yes
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
54%
4,668,913
No
46%
3,981,402
Proposition 52 · Extends existing fee on hospitals to fund coverage for Medi-Cal, uninsured patients, and children’s health
70% Yes
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
70%
5,957,587
No
30%
2,603,336
Proposition 53 · Requires statewide voter approval for bonds over $2 billion · 100% reporting
49% Yes · 51% No
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
49%
4,077,928
No
51%
4,314,719
Proposition 54 · Stops the legislature from passing any bill unless it’s published on the internet for 72 hours
64% Yes
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
64%
5,386,115
No
36%
2,991,115
Proposition 55 · Extends income tax on earnings over $250,000 to fund schools and healthcare
62% Yes
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
62%
5,357,372
No
38%
3,268,226
Proposition 56 · Increases taxes on tobacco and e-cigarettes to increase funding for health care for low-income Californians
63% Yes
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
63%
5,557,930
No
37%
3,275,900
Proposition 57 · Allows parole consideration for nonviolent felons and allows juvenile court judges to decide whether juveniles will be prosecuted as adults
64% Yes
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
64%
5,508,234
No
36%
3,154,615
Proposition 58 · Allows schools to establish non English-only education programs
72% Yes
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
72%
6,253,409
No
28%
2,378,918
Proposition 59 · Recommends California propose an amendment to overturn Citizens United decision, which removed some limits for corporate and union campaign spending
52% Yes
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
52%
4,298,241
No
48%
3,916,276
Proposition 60 · Requires adult film performers to use condoms when filming, and other health regulations
54% No
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
46%
3,893,307
No
54%
4,559,655
Proposition 61 · Prohibits California from buying prescription drugs at a higher price than paid by the US Department of Veterans Affairs
54% No
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
46%
3,937,854
No
54%
4,575,792
Proposition 62 · Repeals the death penalty and replaces it with life imprisonment without possibility of parole
54% No
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
46%
3,976,418
No
54%
4,656,082
Propostion 63 · Requires background checks for purchasing ammunition and prohibits possession of large capacity magazines
63% Yes
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
63%
5,457,640
No
37%
3,257,693
Proposition 64 · Legalizes marijuana for use by adults 21 and over
56% Yes
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
56%
4,963,501
No
44%
3,928,291
Propositon 65 · Requires plastic bag fees be directed toward specified environmental projects
55% No
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
45%
3,829,792
No
55%
4,745,170
Proposition 66 · Changes procedures governing state court challenges to death sentences · 100% reporting
51% Yes · 49% No
100% reporting
Votes
Yes
51%
4,215,465
No
49%
4,063,345
Proposition 67 · Bans single-use plastic and paper bags · 100% reporting
52% Yes · 48% No

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