California Voters Approved a Variety Of Measures on Super Tuesday Ballot

Saskal, Rich
February 2008
Bond Buyer;2/8/2008, Vol. 363 Issue 32812, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the approval of a variety of measures by California voters on the February 5, 2008 ballot. Aside from voting for their presidential preferences, voters approved more than $4 billion in bond measures, all but one of them for school districts. However, it voted down nine bond measures totaling $279 million, including the $178 million request from the Napa Valley Community College District. They also rejected revisions to legislative term-limits law of the state.


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