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November 8, 2011 Election

County Results as of November 16 1:30pm
27.9% Countywide Voter Turnout (18,945/67,807)
City | Local Measures
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Contests for all precincts in Ventura County, CA combined are shown below.
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    Council Member; City of San BuenaventuraClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Local Measures

    Measure I Sales and Use Tax -- City of Fillmore
    463 / 36.17% Yes votes ...... 817 / 63.83% No votes

    Measure K Education Parcel Tax -- Las Virgenes Unified School District (Parcel Tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
    Fail: 4,460 / 56.7% Yes votes ...... 3,408 / 43.3% No votes
       4,290 (56.60%) Yes / 3,290 (43.40%) No in Los Angeles County
       170 (59.03%) Yes / 118 (40.97%) No in Ventura County
    To provide local school funding that cannot be taken by state government; retain high-quality teachers; preserve smaller class sizes; minimize teacher layoffs; and protect academic opportunities and high achievement in science, math, reading and the arts; shall the Las Virgenes Unified School District establish a local parcel tax of $95 annually for eight years, with exemptions for seniors, independent fiscal oversight, no funds for administrator salaries, and guaranteeing every dollar stays within our community preserving quality education?

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