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Business Regulation/Policy Reform

  • Alaska (Statewide): Yes on Initiative 4, Nov 2004
  • Alaska (Statewide): No on Measure 4, Aug 2008
  • Arizona (Statewide): Martin Luther King, Jr. Civil Rights Holiday , Proposition 300, 1992
  • Arizona (Statewide): Referendum for State Lottery Commission, Proposition 304, 1998
  • California (Statewide): Political Contributions, No on Proposition 32, Nov. 2012
  • California (Statewide): Human Trafficking Penalties, Yes on Proposition 35, Nov. 2012
  • California (Statewide): Genetically Engineered Foods. Labeling, No on Proposition 37, Nov. 2012
  • California (Statewide): State Takeaway from Cities, Proposition 22, Nov. 2010
  • California (Statewide): Renewable Energy Generation, “No” on Proposition 7, Nov. 2008
  • California (Statewide): Redistricting, “Yes” on Proposition 11, Nov. 2008
  • California (Statewide): Public Employee Union Dues. Restrictions on Political Contributions. Employee Consent Requirement, “No” on Proposition 75, 2005
  • California (Statewide): Employee Political Contributions/Union Members, “No” on Proposition 226, 1998
  • California (Statewide): Utility Deregulation, “No” on Proposition 9, 1998
  • California (Statewide): Limitation on Recovery to Felons/Uninsured Motorists, Proposition 213, 1996
  • California (Statewide): Repeal Mobile Home Rent Control, “No” on Proposition 199, 1996
  • California (Statewide): Attorneys Fees/Right to Negotiate, Proposition 207, 1996
  • California (Statewide): Tort Reform, “No” on Proposition 200/201/202, 1996
  • California (Statewide): Disability Tax Exemption, Proposition 177, 1994
  • California (Statewide): No Fault Insurance, “No” on Proposition 104, 1988
  • Illinois (Statewide): No on Illinois Constitutional Convention, Nov. 2008
  • Missouri (Statewide): No on Constitutional Amendment 3, Nov. 2012
  • Missouri (Statewide): City Earning Taxes, Proposition A, Nov. 2010
  • Missouri (Statewide): Dog Breeding Operations, Proposition B, Nov. 2010
  • South Dakota (Statewide): Telecommunications Deregulation, Measure 4, 1988
  • Washington (Statewide): Labeling of Genetically Engineered Foods. No on I-522, Nov. 2013
  • Washington (Statewide): Renewable Energy, Yes on I-937, Nov. 2006
  • Washington (Statewide): Discrimination/Preferential Treatment, “No” on Initiative 200, 1998
  • Washington (Statewide): Tax Levies, Measure 4208, 1997
  • Chula Vista (CA): City Term Limits, Measure E, 2000
  • Chula Vista (CA): City Term Limits, Measure F, 2000
  • Long Beach (CA): Role of Mayor and Council, Yes on Proposition A, May, 2007
  • Los Angeles (CA): Charter Amendment L, Campaign Finance Regulations/Term Limits extension for the LAUSD Board, March 2006
  • Los Angeles (CA): Councilmember Term Limits, City Lobbying, Campaign Finance & Ethics Laws, Yes on Proposition R, Nov. 2006
  • Los Angeles (CA): Charter Amendment 1, Port of LA Pension Plans, 2005
  • Los Angeles (CA): City Secession, “No” on Measures F & H, 2002
  • Los Angeles (CA): Charter Reform Amendment, Measure 1, 1999
  • Los Angeles (CA): Authorizes City Council to permit the Dept of Water & Power to offer products and services, inside or outside City and negotiate electric rate contracts, Measure G, 1996
  • Los Angeles (CA): City Ethics Reform, Measure H, 1991
  • Oakland (CA): Kids First! Oakland Fund for Children & Youth Act, Yes on Measure OO, Nov. 2008
  • Oakland (CA): Strong Mayor, Measure P, 2004
  • Phoenix (AZ): City Pensions for Public Employees, Proposition 201, March 2013
  • Richmond (CA): Point Molate Advisory Measure, No on Measure U, Nov. 2010
  • Sacramento (CA): Marijuana Business Tax, Yes on Measure C, Nov. 2008
  • San Francisco County (CA): Gross Receipts Tax, Yes on Proposition E, Nov. 2012
  • San Francisco (CA): City Retirement and Health Plans, No on Proposition B, Nov. 2010
  • San Francisco (CA ): Pier 70 Waterfront District Development Plan, Yes on Measure D, Nov. 2008
  • San Francisco Municipal Water and Power Agency (CA): “No” on Proposition F, 2001
  • San Francisco-Brisbane Municipal Utility District (CA): “No” on Proposition I, 2001
  • San Leandro (CA): Repeal of the City Property Transfer Tax, Measure G, 2000

Education (Statewide)

  • California (Statewide): Proposition 55, Kindergarten -University Public Education Facilities Bond Act Of 2004, $12.3B, 2004
  • California (Statewide): Proposition 39, 55% vote threshold for education bonds, 2000
  • California (Statewide): "No" on Proposition 38, School Vouchers, 2000
  • California (Statewide): Proposition. 1A, $9.2B K-12 Bond, 1998
  • California (Statewide): "No" on Proposition 8, Education Finance Initiative, 1998
  • California (Statewide): Proposition 152, $1.9B School Faculty Bond, 1992
  • California (Statewide): Proposition 153, $900M Higher Ed. Bond Act, 1992
  • California (Statewide): Proposition 155, $900 School Faculty Bond Act, 1992
  • California (Statewide): Proposition 121, $450M School Faculty Bond, 1990
  • California (Statewide): Proposition 98, state school/college funding guarantee, 1988

Education (Local)

  • Albany USD (CA): Measure A, $13M Bond, 2004
  • Alisal USD (CA): Measure A, $90M Bond, Nov. 2006
  • Arcadia USD (CA): Measure A, $228/Parcel, March 2012
  • Arcadia USD (CA): Measure I, $218M Bond, Nov 2006
  • Alum Rock USD (CA): Measure R, $100/Parcel, 2004
  • Beaumont USD (CA): Measure Z, $125M Bond, Nov. 2008
  • Berkeley USD (CA): $.95 Parcel Tax, 1994
  • Berkeley USD (CA): Measure A, $158M Bond, 1992
  • Burbank USD (CA): Measure B, $112M Bond, 1997
  • Butte-Glenn CCD (CA): Measure A, $84.9M Bond, 2002
  • Capistrano USD (CA): Measure A, $65M Bond, 1999
  • Caruthers USD (CA): Measure M, $12M Bond, Nov. 2012
  • Ceres USD (CA): Measure U, $60M Bond, Nov. 2008
  • Chabot-Las Positas CCD (CA): Measure B, $498M Bond, 2004
  • Chaffey Joint UHSD (CA): Measure P, $848M Bond, Nov. 2012
  • Chula Vista ESD (CA): Proposition JJ, $98M Bond, 1998
  • Clovis USD (CA): Measure A, $298M Bond, June 2012
  • Clovis USD (CA): Measure A, $168M Bond, 2004
  • Coast CCD (CA): Measure M, $698M Bond, Nov. 2012
  • Coast CCD (CA): Measure C, $370M Bond, 2002
  • College of the Canyons CCD (CA): Measure M, $160M Bond, Nov. 2006
  • College of the Sequoias CCD (CA): Measure C, $22M Bond, Nov. 2006
  • Colton USD (CA): Measure G, $225M Bond, Nov. 2008
  • Compton CCD (CA): Measure CC, $100M Bond, 2002
  • Compton USD (CA): Measure I, $80M Bond, 2002
  • Conejo Valley USD (CA): Measure R, $88M Bond, 1998
  • Contra Costa CCD (CA): Measure A, $120M Bond, 2002
  • Corona-Norco USD (CA):Measure U, $250M Bond, Nov. 2006
  • Corona-Norco USD (CA): Special School Bond, $65M, 1998
  • Culver City USD (CA): Measure T, $40M Bond, 1996
  • Dodge City USD (KS): Question 443, $45.5M Bond, 1998
  • Duarte USD (CA): Measure E, $62M Bond, 2010
  • East Side Union HSD (CA): Measure E, $349M Bond, Feb. 2008
  • El Camino CCD (CA): Measure E, $394.5M Bond, 2002
  • Elk Grove USD (CA): Measure A, $205M Bond, 1998
  • Evergreen SD (CA): Measure T, $90/parcel, Nov. 2008
  • Fairfield-Suisun USD (CA): Measure C, $100M Bond, 2002
  • Fontana USD (CA): Measure C, $275M Bond, 2006
  • Fowler USD (CA): Measure L, $21M Bond, 2004
  • Fox Valley Technical School District, $66.5 Bond, April 2012
  • Franklin-McKinley SD (CA): Measure U, $72/parcel, Nov. 2008
  • Fremont-Newark CCD (CA): Measure A, $150M Bond, 2002
  • Fresno USD (CA): Measure Q, $280M Bond, 2010
  • Fresno USD (CA): Measure A, $215M Bond, 1995
  • Gavilan Joint CCD (CA): Measure E, $108M Bond, 2004
  • Glendale CCD (CA): $98M Bond, 2002
  • Grant Joint Union High School District (CA): Measure G, $230M Bond, 2006
  • Grossmont Union HSD (CA): Proposition T, $199M Bond, 2002
  • Grossmont-Cuyamaca CCD (CA): Proposition R, $207M Bond, 2002
  • Hanford Joint Union HSD (CA): Measure K, $196M Bond, 2004
  • Hartnell CCD (CA): Measure H, $131M Bond, 2002
  • Hayward USD (CA): Measure I, $205M Bond, June 2008
  • Healdsburg USD (Elementary School Bond) (CA): Measure H, $18.8M Bond, 2002
  • Healdsburg USD (High School Bond) (CA): Measure G, $3.9M Bond, 2002
  • Helendale SD (CA): Measure X, $20M Bond, Nov. 2008
  • Hemet USD (CA): Measure E, $60M Bond, 2002
  • Huntington Beach Union High School District (CA): Measure C, $238M Bond, 2004
  • Jefferson Union HSD (CA): Measure G, $30M Bond, 1995
  • Kern CCD (CA): Measure G, $180M Bond, 2002
  • Kings Canyon USD (CA): Measure K, $40M Bond, Nov. 2012
  • Lakeside USD (CA): No Sample Ballot, $7M Bond, 1996
  • Long Beach USD CCD (CA): Measure K, $1.2B Bond, Nov. 2008
  • Los Angeles CCD (CA): Measure J, $3.5B Bond, Nov. 2008
  • Los Angeles CCD (CA): Proposition AA, $980M Bond, 2003
  • Los Angeles CCD (CA): Proposition A, $1.2B Bond, 2001
  • Los Angeles USD (CA): Measure L, Term Limits, March 2007
  • Los Angeles USD (CA): Measure Y, $3.985B Bond, November 2005
  • Los Angeles USD (CA): Measure R, $3.87B Bond, 2004
  • Los Angeles USD (CA): Measure K, $3.3B Bond, 2002
  • Los Angeles USD (CA): Proposition BB, $2.4B Bond, 1997
  • Los Banos USD (CA): Measure K, $44M Bond, Feb. 2008
  • Luther Burbank SD (CA): Measure B, $1.8M Bond, 1997
  • Madera USD (CA): Measure U, $32.5M Bond, Nov. 2006
  • Madison Area Technical College (WI):MATC Referendum, $133.7M Bond, Nov. 2010
  • Manhattan Beach USD (CA): Mira Costa High School Rehabilitation $67.48M Bond, Measure BB, Nov. 2008
  • Maricopa CCD (AZ): $380M Bond, 1994
  • Miami-Dade County Public Schools (FL): Educational Facilities Bond, $980M, 1988
  • Milpitas USD (CA): Measure B, $$84/parcel, June. 2010
  • Modesto City Schools (Elementary School Bond) (CA): Measure T Bond, $17M, 2001
  • Modesto City Schools (High School Bond) (CA): Measure S, $65M Bond, 2001
  • Mount San Antonio CCD (CA): Measure RR, $353M Bond, Nov. 2008
  • Napa Valley CCD (CA): Measure N, $133.8M Bond, 2002
  • New Haven USD (CA): Measure A, $55M Bond, 1993
  • Norwalk La Mirada USD (CA): Measure S, $165M Bond, 2002
  • Oakland USD (CA): Measure C, $170M Bond, 1994
  • Ohlone Community College (CA): Measure G, $349M Bond, Nov. 2010
  • Palm Springs USD (CA): Measure P, $70M Bond, 1992
  • Paramount USD (CA): Measure AA, $100M Bond, Nov. 2006
  • Perris UHSD (CA): Measure T, $153.42M Bond, Nov. 2012
  • Perris USD (CA): Measure S, $25M Bond, Nov. 2006
  • Placentia Yorba Linda USD (CA): Measure Y, $102M Bond, 2002
  • Poway USD (CA): Proposition Y, $156M Bond, 2000
  • Rancho Santiago CCD (CA): Measure E, $337M Bond, 2002
  • Rio Hondo CCD (CA): Measure A, $245M Bond, 2004
  • Rio Hondo CCD (CA): Measure R, $194M Bond, 2002
  • Saddleback Valley USD (CA): Measure B, $180M Bond, 2004
  • Salinas Union HSD (High School Bond) (CA): Measure F, $52M Bond, 2002
  • Salinas USD (Middle School) (CA): Measure M, $37M Bond, 2002
  • San Antonio (TX): 1/8 of 1%, Sales and Use Tax for the Pre-K 4 SA Early Childhood Education Program, Nov. 2012
  • San Bernardino City USD (CA): Measure N, $250M Bond, Nov. 2012
  • San Bernardino City USD (CA): Measure T, $140M Bond, March 2004
  • San Diego CCD (CA): Proposition N, $870M Bond, Nov. 2006
  • San Diego CCD (CA): Proposition S, $685M Bond, 2002
  • San Diego USD (CA): Proposition Z, $2.8B Bond, Nov. 2012
  • San Diego USD (CA): Proposition S, $2.1B Bond, Nov. 2008
  • San Diego USD (CA): Proposition Y, $1.5B Bond, 1998
  • San Dieguito USD (CA): Proposition AA, $449M Bond, Nov. 2012
  • San Francisco USD (CA): Proposition A, $531M Bond, Nov. 2011
  • San Jacinto USD (CA): Measure V, $150M Bond, Nov. 2006
  • San Marcos USD (CA): Proposition K, $287M Bond, 2010
  • San Marcos USD (CA): Proposition B, $21.8M Bond, 1996
  • Sanger USD (CA): Measure S, $50M Bond, Nov. 2012
  • Santa Ana USD (CA): Measure C, $145M Bond, 1999
  • Santa Monica Community College (CA): $23M Bond, 1992
  • Santa Monica Community College (CA): Measure U, $160M Bond, 2002
  • Santa Monica -Malibu USD (CA): Measure BB, $268M Bond, Nov. 2006
  • Santa Monica -Malibu USD (CA): Measure Y, $98/parcel, 2000
  • Santa Monica -Malibu USD (CA): Measure K, $68/parcel, 1994
  • Santa Monica -Malibu USD (CA) no sample ballot, $75M Bond, 1990
  • Santa Monica -Malibu USD (CA): $58/parcel, 1988
  • Santa Paula USD (CA): Measure M, Reorganization, Nov. 2012
  • Scotts Valley Union School District (CA): Measure H, $22.7M Bond, 1994
  • Solano CCD (CA): Measure Q, $348M Bond, Nov. 2012
  • Sonoma County CCD (CA): Measure A, $251M Bond, 2002
  • South Bay ESD (CA): Proposition B, $8.5M Bond, 1997
  • Southwestern CCD (CA): Proposition R, $389M Bond, Nov. 2008
  • Southwestern CCD (CA): Proposition AA, $89.3M Bond, 2000
  • Sonoma Valley USD (CA): Measure H, $40M Bond, 2010
  • Spreckles USD (CA): Measure B, $7M Bond, Nov. 2012
  • St. Helena USD (CA): Measure C, $30M Bond, Nov. 2012
  • St. Helena USD (CA): No Sample Ballot, $18.8M Bond, 1997
  • State Center CCD (CA): Measure E, $161M Bond, 2002
  • Sweetwater UHSD (CA): Proposition O, $644M Bond, Nov. 2006
  • Tahoe-Truckee USD (CA): Measure A, $135/parcel, March 2011
  • Tracy USD (CA): Measure W, $103M Bond, 2002
  • Ventura County CCD (CA): Measure S, $356M Bond, 2002
  • Victor ESD (CA): Measure E, $150M Bond, Nov. 2008
  • Victor Valley UHSD (CA): Measure V, $500M Bond, Nov. 2008
  • Vista USD (CA): Measure O, $140M Bond, 2002
  • Washoe County USD (NV), School Bond Question, $155M, 1992
  • Waukesha County Technical College District (WI): $30M Bond 1999
  • Walnut Valley USD (CA) Measure S, $15.2M Bond, Physical Education Facilities Measure, Nov. 2007
  • Walnut Valley USD (CA) Measure Y, $64.6M Bond, Academic Facilities Measure, Nov. 2007
  • West Contra Costa USD (CA): Measure D, $300M Bond, 2002
  • West Valley Mission CCD, Measure H, $235M Bond, Nov. 2004
  • Westminster SD (CA): Measure V, $130M Bond, Nov. 2008
  • Yosemite CCD (CA): Measure E, $326M Bond, Nov. 2004

Environmental Protection/Bonds

  • Arizona (Statewide): Arts and Entertainment Center/Mesa ½-cent Sales Tax, Question 1, 1998
  • California (Statewide) Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency Funding, Yes on Proposition 39, Nov. 2012
  • California (Statewide) Suspension of Global Warming Solutions Act, No on Proposition 23, Nov. 2010 California (Statewide Water Quality, Supply and Safe Drinking Water $5.388M Bond, ): Yes on Proposition 84, Nov. 2006
  • California (Statewide): Water Quality, Supply and Safe Drinking Water Projects, Coastal Wetlands Purchase and Protection, Proposition 50, 2002
  • California (Statewide): Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe Neighborhood Parks and Coastal Protection Act, Proposition 40, 2002
  • California (Statewide): $1.8B Safe Drinking Water, Clean Water, Watershed Protection and Flood Protection Bond, Proposition13, 2000
  • California (Statewide): $2.2B Safe Neighborhood Parks , Clean Water, Clean Air & Coastal Protection Bond, Proposition 12, 2000
  • California (Statewide): Forests Forever, Proposition 138, 1990
  • California (Statewide): $776M Wildlife, Coastal and Park Conservation Bond, Proposition 70, 1988
  • California (Statewide): Toxics Initiative, Proposition 65, 1986
  • Iowa (Statewide): Water and Land Legacy Amendment, Constitutional Amendment 1, Nov. 2010
  • Minnesota (Statewide): Constitutional Amendment, 3/8 of 1% Sales Tax for Clean Water, Wildflife, Cultural Heritage & Natural Areas, Nov. 2008
  • Montana (Statewide): Defeated Mining Industry Effort to Overturn Ban on Cyanide Leach Mining, No on Initiative 147. Nov. 2004
  • Nevada (Statewide): $200M Conservation Bond, Question 1, 2002
  • New Jersey (Statewide) Public Question 1, $400M Bonds, Green Acres, Water Supply & Floodplain Protection and Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 2009, Nov. 2009
  • New Jersey (Statewide) Public Question 3, $200M Bonds, Green Acres, Farmland, Blue Acres, And Historic Preservation Bond Act, Nov. 2007
  • Ohio (Statewide): Clean Ohio Renewal Bond Measure, Yes on Issue #2, Nov. 2008
  • Oregon (Metro): Yes on Measure 26-152, Local Option Levy: Improve Natural Areas, Water Quality For Fish, May 2013
  • Oregon (Metro): $125M Bond, Yes on Measure 29-96, Protect Animal Health & Safety, Conserve, Recycle Water (Zoo)
  • Oregon (Metro): Open Space Bond, $227.4 Bond, Measure 26-80, Nov. 2006
  • Oregon (Statewide): Constitutional Amendment - Continues Lottery Funding for Parks, Beaches, Wildlife Habitat, Watershed Protection, Measure 76, Nov. 2010
  • Oregon (Statewide): Parks and Salmon Measure, Measure 66, 1998
  • Oregon (Statewide): Timber Harvest Restrictions, Measure 64, 1998
  • Pennsylvania (Statewide) $625M Growing Geener Conservation Bond, May 2005
  • Rhode Island (Statewide): $12M Bond Wastewater Infrastructure/ $8M Bond Drinking Water Infrastructure, Yes on Question 5, Nov. 2012
  • Rhode Island (Statewide): Yes on Question 6, Nov. 2012
  • Washington (Statewide): Toxics Control Act, Initiative 97, 1988
  • Austin (TX): $30M Bond, Yes on Proposition 13, Nov. 2012
  • Austin (TX): $77.68M Bond, Yes on Proposition 14, Nov. 2012
  • Bainbridge Island (WA): Levy Lid Lift for Public Safety & Parks, Yes on Proposition 1, Nov. 2008
  • Bellevue (WA): Metropolitan Parks & Recreation District Levy, Yes on Proposition 1, Nov. 2008
  • Bend Parks & Recreation District (OR): $29M Bond, Yes on Measure 9-86, Nov. 2012
  • Dade County (FL): $200M Park Bond, Measure A, 1996
  • Sonoma County (CA): Open Space, Clean Water and Farmland Protection Sales Tax Continuation Measure, Measure F, Nov. 2006
  • East Bay (CA): $12/Parcel, East Bay Regional Park District, Yes on Measure CC, Nov. 2004
  • Fresno County (CA): .001 Sales Tax Chaffee Zoo, Yes on Measure Z, Nov. 2004
  • Honolulu County (HI): 2% Real Property Tax, Land Conservation, Question 1, Nov. 2006
  • Issaquah (WA): Park Improvement and Maintenance Bond, Proposition 1, Nov. 2006
  • Los Angeles (CA), $500M Clean Water/Storm Drain Bond, Yes on Measure O, Nov. 2004
  • Los Angeles (CA): $35M Exposition Park Bond, $35 Million (CA) - Proposition EE, 1998
  • Los Angeles (CA): $47.6M Zoo Bond, Proposition CC, 1998
  • Los Angeles County (CA): $319M Safe Neighborhood Parks, Measure A, 1996
  • Los Angeles (CA): $25M Safe Parks for Children Bond, Measure K, 1996
  • Monterey County (CA): Fort Ord Veterans Cemetery, Open Space Preservation and Economic Revitalization, No on Measure K, Nov. 2013
  • Newark (NJ): Open Space And Recreation Trust Fund, Yes on Municipal Question 1, Nov. 2013
  • Olympia (WA): Parks and Recreation Facilities, Utility Tax Measure, Yes on Proposition 1, Sept. 2004
  • Ravalli County (MT): Referendum to Repeal the Growth Policy, Nov. 2008
  • Riverside County (CA): Parcel Tax for Parks and Open Space, Measure K, 1990
  • Salt Lake County (UT): $47M Bond, Yes on Proposition 1, Open Space, Natural Habitat, Parks & Community Trails, Nov. 2012
  • Salt Lake County (UT): $33M Bond, Yes on Proposition 2, Hogle Zoo, Nov. 2008
  • San Antonio (TX): Edwards Aquifer Protection Venue Project, Yes on Proposition 1, Nov. 2010
  • San Antonio (TX):Parks Development and Expansion Venue Project, Yes on Proposition 2, Nov. 2010
  • San Bernardino County (CA): "Yes" on Measure M and, "No" on Measure L, 1996
  • San José (CA): Long Term Agreements in Certain City Parks, Yes on Measure P, Nov. 2008
  • San José (CA): $296M Parks and Recreation Bond, Measure P, 2000
  • San Juan Capistrano (CA): $30M Bond, Open Space, Natural Areas & Clean Water Preservation, Yes on Measure Y, Nov. 2008
  • Santa Clara Valley Water District (CA) Clean Safe Creeks Parcel Tax, Yes on Measure B, Nov. 2012
  • Santa Cruz (CA) Santa Cruz City Clean River, Beaches and Ocean Tax, Yes on Measure E, Nov. 2008
  • Santa Monica (CA): Clean Beaches and Ocean Parcel Tax Act, Measure V, Nov. 2006
  • Shasta County, CA, No on Measure B, Churn Creek Bottom Agricultural Lands General Plan Amendment, June 2012
  • Sonoma County (CA): Open Space, Clean Water and Farmland Protection Sales Tax Continuation Measure, Measure F, Nov. 2006
  • Toulatin Hills Parks & Recreation District (OR): $100M Bond, Yes on Measure 34-156, Preserve Natural Areas, Water, Improve Parks & Create Trails, Nov. 2008
  • Willamalane Parks & Recreation District (OR): $20M Bond, Yes on Measure 20-199, Nov. 2012
  • Windsor (CA): Waste Management, Measure R, 1996

Gaming/Sports

  • Arizona (Statewide): Indian Gaming, Proposition 202, 2002
  • Arizona (Statewide): Lottery Extension, Proposition 304, 1998
  • Calif. (Statewide): Amendment to Indian Gaming Compact, Yes on Props. 94, 95, 96, 97, Feb 2008
  • California (Statewide): Tribal Gaming Compacts, No on Proposition 68, Nov 2004
  • Calif. (Statewide): Tribal Gaming Compacts. Exclusive Gaming Rights, No on Prop. 70, Nov 2004
  • California (Statewide): Indian Gaming, Proposition 1A, 2000
  • California (Statewide): Indian Gaming, Proposition 5, 1998
  • Missouri (Statewide) Proposition A Gaming Initiative, Nov. 2008
  • Azusa (CA): Card Clubs, Proposition A, 1995
  • City of San Mateo (CA): Bay Meadows Card Club, Measure J, 1995
  • Detroit (MI): Casino Development, "No" on Proposition1, 1998
  • Detroit (MI): Tigers Stadium, Measure A, 1996
  • Detroit (MI): Lions Stadium, Measure S, 1996
  • Monterey (CA): Card Clubs, Proposition A, 1993
  • Rhode Island (Statewide): Town of Lincoln Gaming, Yes on Question 1, Nov. 2012
  • Rhode Island (Statewide): Indian Gaming, No on Question1, Nov. 2006
  • San Francisco (CA): Football Stadium $100M Bond, Proposition D, 1997
  • San José (CA): Cardroom Measure, Increase Cardroom Tax Rate, Measure J, June 2010
  • Santa Clara County (CA): Giants Stadium, Measure G, June 2, 1992
  • San Diego (CA): Ordinance Amendment of Pacific Heights Ranch, Proposition C, Nov. 2010
  • San Pablo (CA): Card Clubs, Measure C, April 12, 1994
  • Santa Clara Cty. (CA): Lease of City Land for a Professional Football Stadium, Measure J, June 2010
  • Santa Clara County (CA): Giants Stadium, Measure G, June 2, 1992
  • Webster County (IA): Riverboat Gaming, March 23, 2004

Health Care

  • Arizona (Statewide): Early Childhood Development and Health Programs, No on Proposition 302, Nov. 2010
  • Arizona (Statewide): Smoke Free Arizona Act, Yes on Proposition 201, Nov. 2006
  • Arizona (Statewide): Early Childhood Development Tobacco Tax, Yes on Prop. 203, Nov. 2006
  • Arizona (Statewide): Tobacco Tax, Proposition 303, 2002
  • Arizona (Statewide): Healthy Children, Healthy Families Initiative, Proposition 200, 2000
  • Arizona (Statewide): Drug Medicalization, Prevention & Control Amendment Act, “No” on Proposition 300/301, 1998
  • Arizona (Statewide): Drug Medicalization, Prevention & Control Act, Proposition 200, 1996
  • California (Statewide): Mental Health Services Expansion, Yes on Proposition 63, Nov 2004
  • California (Statewide): Emergency Medical Services Funding. Telephone Surcharge, No on Proposition 67, Nov 2004
  • California (Statewide): Stem Cell Research. Funding, Yes on Proposition 71, Nov 2004
  • California (Statewide): Drug Policy, Probation and Treatment, Proposition 36, 2000
  • California (Statewide): Repeal Tobacco Tax, “No” on Proposition 28, 2000
  • California (Statewide): Tobacco Tax, Proposition 10, 1998
  • California (Statewide): Healthcare and Consumer Protection, Proposition 216, 1996
  • California (Statewide): Medical Marijuana, Proposition 215, 1996
  • California (Statewide): Don’t Tax Food and Water, Proposition 163, 1992
  • California (Statewide): Right to Die Measure, Proposition 161, 1992
  • Colorado (Statewide): Tobacco Tax Increase for Health-Related Purposes, Yes on Amendment 35, Nov 2004
  • Florida (Statewide): Clean Indoor Air, Constitutional Amendment No.6, 2002
  • Maine (Statewide): Medical Marijuana, Question 2, 2000
  • Missouri (Statewide): Stem Cell Research, Yes on Amendment 2, Nov. 2006
  • Nevada (Statewide): Medical Marijuana, Question 9,2000
  • Nevada (Statewide): Medical Marijuana, Question 9,1998
  • Oregon (Statewide): Drug Policy/Oregon Property Protection Act, Measure 3, 2000
  • Oregon (Statewide): Right to Die, Measure 16, 1994
  • Washington (Statewide): Long Term Care, Initiative 1163, Nov., 2011
  • Washington (Statewide): Medical Marijuana, Initiative 59, 1998
  • Washington (Statewide): Right to Die, Initiative 119, 1991
  • Dade County (FL): Jackson Memorial Hospital Sales Tax, 1991
  • Los Angeles County (CA): Trauma Center Parcel Tax, Measure B, 2002
  • Mountain Communities Healthcare District (CA): Parcel Tax Measure T, June 2011
  • Northern Inyo County Hospital District (CA): $12M Bond, Measure A, November 1990
  • Northern Inyo County Hospital District (CA): $12M Bond, Measure B, June 1990
  • Palm Drive Health Care District (CA): $155/Parcel, Yes on Measure W, Nov 2004
  • Palomar Pomerado Health Systems (CA): $496M Bond, Yes on Measure BB, Nov 2004
  • San Francisco (CA): San Francisco General Hospital & Trauma Center Earthquake Safety Bonds, $887M Bond, Yes on Measure A, Nov. 2008
  • Santa Clara County (CA): Hospital Seismic Safety and Medical Facilities $840M Bond Yes on Measure A, Nov. 2008
  • Sierra Kings Health Care District (CA): $20M Bond, Yes on Measure E, Nov. 2006
  • Sonoma County (CA): Sonoma Community Hospital Ordinance, Measure E 1996
  • Trinity County (CA) Trinity Hospital Health Care District, Measure O & P, Nov. 2006

Real Estate/Land Use Planning

  • Arizona (Statewide): Private Property Rights Protection Act, Eminent Domain, Yes on Proposition 207, Nov. 2006
  • California (Statewide): Eminent Domain, No on Proposition 98, June 2008
  • California (Statewide): Eminent Domain, Yes on Proposition 99, June 2008
  • California (Statewide): Anderson Initiative, Eminent Domain, No on Proposition 90, Nov. 2006
  • Oregon (Statewide): Measure 49 Takings, (Modifies Measure 37) Nov. 2007
  • Washington (Statewide): Developer’s Initiative/Regulatory Takings, No on I-933, Nov. 2006
  • Azusa (CA) Azusa Rock Company Development Agreement, Yes on Measure A, Jan. 2011
  • Beverly Hills (CA) Revitalization of the Beverly Hilton Hotel Site, Yes on Measure H, Nov. 2008
  • Emeryville (CA) Yes on Measure T, Real Estate Development, Nov 2004
  • Emeryville (CA) Yes on Measure U, Real Estate Development, Nov 2004
  • Fillmore (CA): Real Estate Development, Measure J, 2000
  • Malibu (CA): Growth Initiative, Measure N, 2000
  • Malibu (CA): Growth Initiative, Measure O, 2000
  • Morro Bay (CA): Power Plant Replacement, Measure P, 2000
  • Morro Bay (CA): Development Limitations, Measure Q, 2000
  • Napa County (CA): No on Measure U, Angwin General Plan Amendment Initiative, Nov. 2012
  • Napa County (CA): No on Measure A, Regulatory Takings, June 2006
  • Orange County (CA): El Toro Great Park/Nature Preserve Initiative, Measure W, 2002
  • Redondo Beach (CA) Changes in Land Use/Development Standards, Yes on Measure EE, Nov. 2008
  • Redwood City (CA): Land Use Classification, No on Measure W, Nov. 2008
  • Sacramento County (CA): Measure O: Real Estate Development, 2000
  • San Diego Unified Port District (CA): Marine Freight Preservation & Bayfront Redevelopment, No on Measure B, Nov. 2008
  • San Francisco County (CA): Housing Trust Fund, Proposition C, Nov. 2012
  • San Francisco (CA): Candlestick Point Land Use, Proposition F, 1997
  • San Francisco (CA): Football Stadium $100M Bond, Proposition D, 1997
  • San Jose (CA): Urban Growth Boundary, Measure K, 2000
  • San Jose (CA): Land Use, Measure G, 1996
  • San Juan Capistrano (CA): General Plan Open Space Initiative, Yes on Measure X, Nov. 2008
  • San Pablo (CA): Card Clubs, Measure C, April 12, 1994
  • Santa Clara County (CA): Giants Stadium, Measure G, June 2, 1992
  • Santa Monica (CA): Landmark & Historic District Ordinance, Proposition A, March 2003
  • Webster County (IA): Riverboat Gaming, March 23, 2004
  • West Sacramento (CA): Change City Zoning, “No” on Measure L, 2002

Local Finance/Library/Misc.

  • California (Statewide): Local Taxpayer Protection Act Yes on Proposition 1A, Nov 2004
  • California (Statewide): DNA Samples. Collection. Database. Funding Initiative, Yes on Proposition 69, Nov. 2004
  • California (Statewide): Library Construction and Renovation Bond Act, Proposition 85, 1988
  • Alameda (CA): Real Property Transaction Tax Measure, Yes on Measure P, Nov. 2008
  • Arvin (CA): One-cent Sales Tax for Vital City Services, Yes on Measure L, Nov. 2008
  • Bellflower (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure A, Mar. 2009
  • Capitola (CA): ¼-cent of 1% Sales Tax for Vital City Services, Yes on Measure O, Nov. 2012
  • Capitola (CA): ¼-cent Sales Tax for Vital City Services, Yes on Measure D, Nov. 2008
  • Carpinteria (CA): Transient Occupancy Tax, Yes on Measure E2012, Nov. 2012
  • Commerce (CA): ½ of 1-cent Transactions & Use Tax for Vital City Services, Yes on Measure AA, Nov. 2012
  • Carson (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure C, Mar. 2009
  • Cathedral City (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure L, Nov. 2008
  • Commerce (CA): ½ of 1-cent Transactions & Use Tax for Vital City Services, Yes on Measure AA, Nov. 2012
  • Cotati (CA): Extend Measure A Transactions & Use (Sales) Tax, Yes on Measure G, June 2014
  • Cotati (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Yes on Measure A, April 2010
  • Culver City (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax for Vital City Services, Yes on Measure Y, Nov. 2012
  • Davis (CA): Parks Parcel Tax, Measure D, 2002
  • Des Moines (IA) Utility Bill Franchise Fee, Yes on Public Measure Letter A, March 2014
  • Desert Hot Springs (CA) Fiscal Accountability, Protection of Public Safety Services/UUT Measure, Measure A, May 2009
  • Dinuba (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure M, Nov. 2009
  • Fairfield (CA): The Fairfield Vital Public Services Restoration and Protection Measure,½-cent Sales Tax, Measure E Nov 2005
  • Fairfield (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure H, 2002
  • Fresno County (CA): Libraries Protection Measure, ?-cent Sales Tax, Measure B, Nov. 2012
  • Fresno County (CA): Neighborhood Library Upgrade & Improvement Measure, Measure L, Nov. 2008
  • Gardena (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure A, Mar. 2009
  • Gilroy (CA): $37M Library Bond, Yes on Measure F, Nov. 2008
  • Grass Valley (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure T, Nov. 2006
  • Grover Beach (CA): Utility Users Tax, Yes on Measure O, Nov 2004
  • Healdsburg (CA): ½-cent Transactions & Use Tax for Vital City Services, Yes on Measure V, Nov. 2012
  • Hercules (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax Local Temporary Emergency Funding Measure., Yes on Measure O, June 2012
  • Hermosa Beach (CA) Telecommunications/Cable Television Tax Reduction/Modernization, Measure H, Nov. 2007
  • Inglewood (CA): Communications Users Tax, Measure UUT, Nov. 2008
  • Inglewood (CA): Vital City Services, Measure IT, Sales Tax Increase, Nov 2006
  • Kingsburg (CA): Transient Occupancy Tax, Yes on Measure A, Nov. 2008
  • La Habra (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax for Vital City Services, Yes on Measure T, Nov. 2008
  • La Habra (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure II, March 2002
  • La Mesa (CA): ¾-cent Sales Tax for Vital City Services, Yes on Measure L, Nov. 2008
  • La Palma (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure JJ, March 2002
  • Larkspur (CA): Street Repair Sales Tax & Essential City Services Measure, Yes on Measure C, ½-cent Sales Tax, Nov. 2013
  • Lakewood (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure L, Nov. 2008
  • Lawndale (CA): Community Center, Measure A, April 2008
  • Lawndale (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure N, 2002
  • Long Beach (CA): Funding for Bond Repayment, Measure I, Nov. 2008
  • Los Alamitos (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure Q, Nov 2002
  • Los Angeles County (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure U, Nov. 2008
  • Los Angeles (CA): Reassignment of Funds for Library System, Charter Amendment L, March 2011
  • Los Angeles (CA): $178.3M City Branch Library Bond, Proposition DD, 1998
  • Los Osos Community Services District, Wastewater treatment System, Mail Election, 2001
  • Martinez (CA): $30M Bond for Vital City Services, Yes on Measure H, Nov. 2008
  • Merced (CA) ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure C Nov. 2005
  • Morro Bay (CA): Vital Public Services Sales Tax, Measure Q-06, Nov. 2006
  • Monrovia (CA): Monrovia Library parcel tax: Measure L, March 2007
  • Multnomah County (WA): Library Services Levy Renewal, Measure 26-81, Nov. 2006
  • Nevada City (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure S, Nov. 2006
  • North Lake Tahoe (CA): Tahoe Transient Occupancy Tax Continuation Measure, Yes on Measure F, June 2012
  • Oakland (CA): Library Tax, Measure Q, March 2004
  • Orinda (CA): Transaction & Use Tax, Measure L, Nov. 2012
  • Orinda (CA): Library Parcel Tax, Measure E, June 2008
  • Oxnard (CA): ½ -cent Sales Tax for Vital City Services, Yes on Measure O, Nov. 2008
  • Palo Alto (CA): $76M Library Bond, Yes on Measure N, Nov. 2008
  • Portland (OR): $35/yr Income Tax, Yes on Measure 26-146, Restore School Arts, Music Education; Fund Arts through Limited Tax Nov. 2012
  • Pasadena (CA): Utility Users Tax Continuation, Yes on Measure D, Feb 2008
  • Redondo Beach (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure RB-A, Mar. 2009
  • Rialto (CA): Library Bond Measure, 1990
  • Riverside (CA): $19/Parcel, Public Library Tax, Measure I, Nov. 2011
  • Riverside (CA): Transient Occupancy Tax, Measure V, Nov. 2010
  • Rohnert Park CA): Continuation of ½-cent Sales Tax, Yes on Measure A, Nov. 2013
  • Roseville (CA): Lighting & Landscape Benefit Assessment Tax, August 2004
  • Sacramento (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure U, Nov. 2012
  • Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency, Flood Control Assessment Mail Election, April 2007
  • Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency, Flood Control Assessment Mail Election, 2000
  • Salinas (CA) Emergency Restoration and Protection of Public Service Measure, ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure V, Nov 2005
  • Town of San Anselmo (CA): Street Repair, Public Safety & Essential City Services Measure, 5% Sales Tax; Yes on Measure D, Nov. 2013
  • San Bernardino (CA): Utility Users Tax Continuation, Yes on Measure L, Feb. 2008
  • San Francisco County (CA): Real Property Transfer Tax, Proposition N, Nov. 2010
  • San José (CA): 9-1-1 System Access Fee Change for Vital Ciity Services, Yes on Measure J, Nov. 2008
  • San Jose (CA): $25/Parcel Library Tax, Yes on Measure S, Nov 2004
  • San Jose (CA): Convention Center Transient Occupancy Tax, Measure F, 2002
  • San Jose (CA): $185M Library Bond, Measure O, 2000
  • San Jose (CA): Library Tax, Measure E, 1994
  • San Luis Obispo (CA): Essential Services Measure Sales Tax, Measure Y-06, Nov. 2006
  • San Mateo County (CA): No on Measure U Transient Occupancy Tax, June 2012
  • Santa Clara County (CA): Traffic Congestion Relief and Road Improvement Measure, Measure B, Nov. 2010
  • San Ramon (CA): Lighting & Landscape Benefit Assessment Tax, June 2006
  • Santa Barbara (CA): Telecommunications Utility Users Tax, Measure G2008, Nov. 2008
  • Santa Monica (CA): Civic Center, Measure D, 1994
  • Santa Ana (CA): Maintenance Assessment District, Aug. 2003
  • Santa Clara County (CA): Traffic Congestion Relief and Road Improvement Measure, Measure B, Nov. 2010
  • Santa Fe Springs (CA): Vital City Services UUT, Measure S, Nov. 2010
  • Santa Monica (CA): Telecommunications Tax, Yes on Proposition SM, Nov. 2008
  • Santa Monica (CA): Transactions & Use Tax, Proposition Y, ½-cent Transactions & Use Tax, Nov. 2010
  • Santa Rosa (CA): Vital City Services, Measure P, ¼-cent Sales Tax Increase, Nov. 2010
  • Saratoga (CA): $20M Library Bond, Measure N, March 2000
  • Seaside (CA): Vital City Services, Measure R, Sales Tax Increase, Feb.2008
  • South El Monte (CA): Services Protection Measure, Measure R, ½-cent transactions & use tax, Nov. 2010
  • South Gate (CA): Vital City Services, Measure P, Sales Tax Increase, June 2008
  • South Pasadena (CA): Utility Users Tax (UUT), Measure UT, Nov. 2011
  • Stockton (CA): Essential City Services Measure, ¾-cent Transaction & Use Tax, Yes on Measure A, Nov. 2013
  • Stockton (CA): Communications Users Tax, Measure U, Nov. 2008
  • Tulare (CA) The Tulare Vital City Services Measure, ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure I, Nov 2005
  • Tulare County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, 1988
  • Vallejo (CA): Vital City Services/Public Safety, Measure B, 1-cent Sales Tax, Nov. 2011
  • Vallejo (CA): Utility Users Tax, Measure U, Nov. 2009
  • Ventura County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, 1989
  • Yorba Linda (CA): Benefits Assessment for Street Lighting and Landscaping, June 1997
  • California (Statewide): DNA Samples. Collection. Database. Funding Initiative, Yes on Proposition 69, Nov. 2004
  • Washington Handgun Safety Act (Statewide) – 1997
  • Wildomar (CA): $28/Parcel, Special Parcel Tax, Measure Z, Nov. 2012

Public Safety

  • California (Statewide): DNA Samples. Collection. Database. Funding Initiative, Yes on Proposition 69, Nov 2004
  • Washington Handgun Safety Act (Statewide) 1997
  • Buena Park (CA): Public Safety Tax, Measure I, 2002
  • Burbank (CA): Police/Fire Facility and Excise Tax, November, 1994
  • Cathedral City (CA) Fiscal Emergency Measure, 1-cent Sales Tax, Measure H, June 2010
  • Ceres (CA) , Police, Fire, 9-1-1 Emergency Response Local Control Measure, Measure H, ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure, Nov. 2007
  • Cathedral City (CA) Fiscal Emergency Measure, 1-cent Sales Tax, Measure H, June 2010
  • Clovis (CA): $15M Public Safety Bond, Measure A, 1999
  • Corte Madera/Larkspur (CA): Twin Cities Police Authority: $20M Bond, Public Safety Building/911 Response Improvement Measure, Yes on Measure E, Nov. 2008
  • Dade County (FL): Public Safety/Safe Neighborhoods, $527M Justice System Bond, 1994
  • Desert Hot Springs (CA) 911 Emergency Response, Police, Fire & Safe Streets, Measure G, Parcel Tax Renewal, June 2010
  • Desert Hot Springs (CA) Fiscal Accountability, Protection of Public Safety Services/UUT Measure, Measure A, May 2009
  • Dinuba (CA) Dinuba Police, Fire, Emergency Response/9-1-1 Safety Measure, ¾ -cent Sales Tax, Measure F, Nov 2005
  • Escondido (CA): Public Safety Bond, $84.35M, Yes on Measure P, Nov 2004
  • Fresno (CA): Police Bond, Measure D, 1993
  • Galt (CA): Anti-Gang/Anti-Drug Public Safety Measure, Yes on Measure R, Nov. 2008
  • La Mesa (CA) City of Las Mesa Fire, Police, Emergency Services Measure, Proposition D, $25M Bond, March 2004
  • Lathrop (CA) Public Safety/Essential City Services, Measure C, 1-cent sales tax, Nov. 2012
  • Long Beach (CA): Public Safety, Measure Z, 1996
  • Los Angeles (CA): Special Gang & Youth Violence Prevention, After-School & Job Training Programs Tax, Proposition A, Nov. 2008
  • Los Angeles (CA): $600M Public Safety Bond, Proposition Q, Mar 2002
  • LA (CA): $532.6M Public Fire Protection and Animal Control Bond - Proposition F, Nov 2000
  • Los Angeles (CA): $744M Fire-Police-Paramedics Bond, Proposition 1, April 1999
  • Los Angeles (CA): $235M 911 Bond, Measure M, Nov 1992
  • Los Angeles (CA): Police Augmentation Tax, Measure N, Nov 1992
  • Los Angeles (CA): Police Department/Christopher Commission Reforms, Measure F, June 1992
  • Los Angeles (CA): $235M Police Communications 911 Bond and Tax Ordinance, Proposition 1, 1991
  • Los Angeles County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax; Yes on Measure A, Nov 2004
  • Los Angeles County (CA): $250M Museum Earthquake/Fire Safety Bond, Measure A, 2002
  • Los Angeles County (CA): Sheriff Department Restructuring, Measure C, 2002
  • Los Angeles County (CA): Fire Protection Property Tax, Proposition E, 1997
  • Los Banos (CA): Public Safety ½ -cent Sales Tax Increase, Yes on Measure P, Nov 2004
  • Long Beach (CA): Police and Fire Public Safety Oil Production Act, Yes on Proposition H, May, 2007
  • Manteca (CA): Public Safety ½ Cent Sales Tax, Measure M, Nov. 2006
  • Marin County (CA): Paramedic Services Special Tax, Measure M, Nov. 2010
  • Oakland (CA): Police Services Expansion Measure, Measure NN, Nov. 2008
  • Oakland (CA): Anti-Violence Initiative, Measure Y, Nov 2004
  • Polk County (IA): Public Safety And Judicial System Bond, Yes on Measure Letter A, Nov. 2013
  • Porterville (CA) Porterville Police, Fire and Emergency Response/9-1-1 Safety Measure, Measure H, Nov 2005
  • Rialto (CA): Police Bond, 1990
  • Reedley (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure G, Feb. 2008
  • Rohnert Park (CA) Public Safety ½ -cent Sales Tax Increase, Measure E, June 2010
  • Salt Lake City (UT): $125M Public Safety Bond, Proposition 1, Nov. 2009
  • Sanger (CA): ¾-cent Sales Tax, Measure S, Feb. 2008
  • San Francisco County (CA): $412.3M Earthquake Safety & Emergency Response Bond, Measure B, June 2010
  • San Jose (CA): $159M Public Safety Bond, Measure O, 2002
  • Santa Cruz County (CA): Earthquake Tax, Measure E, 1992
  • Santa Rosa (CA): Public Safety Measure, 1996
  • Selma (CA) Police, Fire, 9-1-1 Response and Anti-Gang/Drug Prevention Measure, Measure S, ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure, Nov. 2007
  • Stockton (CA): Police/Fire Response Measure $0.25 Sales Tax, Yes on Measure W, Nov. 2004
  • Sunnyvale (CA): Safe Streets Initiative, 1994
  • Visalia (CA): Visalia Police, Fire and Public Safety/911 Measure, Public Safety Tax, Measure T, ¼ cent Sales Tax, March 2004
  • Vista (CA): The Vista Vital Public Services Restoration and Protection Measure, ½-cent Sales Tax, Proposition L, Nov. 2006

Transportation

  • California (Statewide): Transportation Congestion Improvement Act, Proposition 42, 2002
  • Washington (Statewide): Transportation Funds Measure (Statewide) “No” on I-745, 2000
  • Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (WA): ½-cent Sales Tax, 1995
  • Fresno County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure C, Nov. 2006
  • Fresno County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure C, 2002
  • Fresno County (CA): Vehicle Tax Allocation to Transit, Measure A, 1988
  • Imperial County (CA): Continue ½-cent Sales Tax, Yes on Measure D, Nov. 2008
  • Kern County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure A, Special Election, March 1989
  • Los Angeles County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure R, Nov. 2008
  • Los Angeles County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure C, 1990
  • Maricopa County (AZ): ½-cent Sales Tax, 1994
  • Monterey County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure xx, 1996
  • Phoenix (AZ): ½-cent Sales Tax, Proposition 1, 1997
  • Puget Sound Transit (WA): Transport. Funds Measure (Statewide) Yes on Proposition 1, Nov. 2008
  • Riverside County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure A, 1988
  • Sacramento County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, 1993
  • San Bernardino County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure I & J, 1989
  • San Bernardino County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure A, 1987
  • San Francisco County (CA): Road Repaving & Street Safety Bond, Proposition B, Nov 2011
  • San Francisco (CA): Rebuilding of Central Freeway, Proposition H, 1997
  • San Jose (CA): Airport Initiative, 1999
  • Santa Barbara County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure A2008, Nov. 2008
  • Santa Clara County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure A, 2000
  • Santa Clara County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, 1984
  • San Mateo County (CA): Vehicle Rental Business, No on Measure R, Nov. 2008
  • San Mateo County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Yes on Measure A, Nov 2004
  • Tulare County (CA): ½-cent Sales Tax, Measure R, Nov. 2006