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San Diego County, CA June 6, 2006 Election
Directory of San Diego County, CA Propositions
County Results as of Jul 12 2:16pm, 100% of Precincts Reporting (1903/1903)
37.2% Countywide Voter Turnout (505,715/1,356,018)

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Proposition A. Proposed "Clean-Up" Amendments to the San Diego County Charter -- County of San Diego (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 308954 / 72.09% Yes votes ...... 119585 / 27.91% No votes
Shall the San Diego County Charter be amended for purposes of making "clean-up" amendments to several sections of the Charter?

Proposition B. Proposed "Write-in" Candidate Amendments to the County Charter -- San Diego County (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 241225 / 55.09% Yes votes ...... 196646 / 44.91% No votes
Shall the San Diego County Charter amended be to allow "write-in" candidates to participate in primary elections, but not in general elections, for County Supervisor and for other County elected offices?

Proposition C. Proposed eminent domain amendments to the City Charter -- City of Chula Vista (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 20216 / 73.80% Yes votes ...... 7176 / 26.20% No votes
Shall the Charter of Chula Vista be amended to limit the ability of the City Council to utilize the tool of eminent domain to take property to address economic blighting conditions?

Proposition D. Sales tax increase to fund city services, facilities and programs -- City of National City (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 2993 / 59.01% Yes votes ...... 2079 / 40.99% No votes
Shall an ordinance be approved imposing a one percent transactions and use tax (a sales tax) for up to 10 years for City services, facilities and programs?

Proposition E. Beach Area Benefit Transient Occupancy Tax -- City of Solana Beach (2/3 Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 2608 / 68.38% Yes votes ...... 1206 / 31.62% No votes
Shall the City increase the transient occupancy tax (TOT) paid by hotel and motel visitors from 10% to 13% over a three-year period, and shall two-thirds of the increased TOT revenue be allocated to Sand Replenishment/Retention and Coastal Access Capital Projects, and shall one-third of the increased TOT revenue be allocated to Coastal Area Business/Visitor Assistance and Enhancements?

Proposition F. Tri-City Medical Center Hospital Repair, Improvement and Emergency Care Measure -- Tri-City Healthcare District (2/3 Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 35659 / 65.91% Yes votes ...... 18440 / 34.09% No votes
To accommodate our growing population; reduce emergency room overcrowding; meet stricter earthquake standards, upgrade aging hospital rooms, fix leaky roofs, upgrade electrical wiring, provide more patient bed space; acquire land; shall Tri-City Healthcare District issue $596,000,000 of bonds, to construct, repair and improve Tri-City Medical Center and additional medical facilities, including neighborhood healthcare centers, with annual audits, citizens’ oversight and no money for administrators’ salaries?

Proposition G. $247 million bond for hospital improvements -- Grossmont Healthcare District (2/3 Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 63273 / 77.68% Yes votes ...... 18181 / 22.32% No votes
To improve life-saving emergency care in East County, reduce emergency room overcrowding and improve medical facility access following earthquakes, wildfires or other disasters, shall Grossmont Healthcare District issue $247,000,000 of bonds to complete Grossmont Hospital’s Emergency and Critical Care Center, expand cardiac care, acquire, construct, repair and improve medical facilities, add patient beds, modernize medical technology, and improve seismic safety, with independent citizens’ oversight and with all funds used locally to improve medical facilities in East County?

Proposition H. Rancho Santa Fe School District New School Construction and Traffic Improvement Measure -- Rancho Santa Fe Elementary School District (55% Majority Required)
Fail: 1506 / 51.49% Yes votes ...... 1419 / 48.51% No votes
To reduce school overcrowding, improve education and safety for our children, improve community traffic and parking, and maximize state funding, shall the Rancho Santa Fe School District issue $44,500,000 of bonds at legal rates to acquire approximately 7 acres of property at Aliso Canyon and Via Del Charro, to construct and equip a new K-6 elementary school there, and appoint a Citizen’s Oversight Committee to perform financial audits and protect taxpayers?

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