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FINAL CALIFORNIA ELECTION RETURNS

President

November 07, 1996

Key to Election Tables

* An asterisk (*) denotes an incumbent candidate; a dagger (**) denotes an appointed incumbent.

* A double dagger (***) indicates a race in a district shared by two or more counties. For that reason, individual tables do not reflect the total vote.

* Elected candidates and approved measures--or those leading with 99% of precincts reporting--are in bold type. Results are not official and could be affected by absentee ballots.

Party affiliation is indicated in parentheses:

(A) American Independent

(D) Democrat

(G) Green

(I) Independent

(L) Libertarian

(M) Reform

(N) Natural Law

(P) Peace and Freedom

(R) Republican

* 0% indicates returns were unavailable at edition time or only absentee ballots had been counted.

* District locations are identified by county. In Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego and Ventura counties, they are identified by community.

* Write-in candidates and uncontested local races are not included in the tables.

How California Voted

Returns in the "How California Voted" columns represent vote totals from the entire state.

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Bill Clinton* (D): 4,640,703 (51%)

Bob Dole (R): 3,413,863 (38%)

Ross Perot (M): 637,716 (7%)

Ralph Nader (G): 214,417 (2%)

Harry Browne (L): 66,498 (1%)

Marsha Feinland (P): 22,595 (0%)

Howard Phillips (A): 18,936 (0%)

John Hagelin (N): 13,714 (0%)

How Ventura County Voted

Returns in the "How Ventura County Voted" columns represent vote totals from Ventura County only.

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Bill Clinton* (D): 94,855 (45%)

Bob Dole (R): 89,470 (42%)

Ross Perot (M): 20,288 (10%)

Ralph Nader (G): 4,049 (2%)

Harry Browne (L): 1,815 (1%)

Marsha Feinland (P): 459 (0%)

Howard Phillips (A): 366 (0%)

John Hagelin (N): 297 (0%)

PROPOSITIONS

How California Voted

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

204--Safe, clean, reliable water supply bond act.

Yes: 5,446,490 (63%)

No: 3,209,127 (37%)

205--Youthful and adult offender local facilities bond act of 1996.

Yes: 3,464,348 (41%)

No: 5,064,287 (59%)

206--Veterans' bond act of 1996.

Yes: 4,523,246 (54%)

No: 3,902,411 (46%)

207--Attorneys fees. Right to negotiate. Frivolous lawsuits. Initiative statute.

Yes: 2,885,352 (34%)

No: 5,585,726 (66%)

208--Campaign contributions and spending limits. Restricts lobbyists. Initiative statute.

Yes: 5,153,907 (61%)

No: 3,277,510 (39%)

209--Prohibition against discrimination or preferential treatment by state and other public entities. Initiative constitutional amendment.

Yes: 4,737,273 (54%)

No: 3,986,742 (46%)

210--Minimum wage increase. Initiative statute.

Yes: 5,380,469 (62%)

No: 3,343,150 (38%)

211--Attorney-client fee arrangements. Securities fraud. Lawsuits. Initiative statute.

Yes: 2,177,419 (26%)

No: 6,327,578 (74%)

212--Campaign contributions and spending limits. Repeals gift and honorarium limits. Restricts lobbyists. Initiative statute.

Yes: 4,095,122 (49%)

No: 4,248,888 (51%)

213--Limitation on recovery to felons, uninsured motorists, drunk drivers. Initiative statute.

Yes: 6,545,456 (77%)

No: 2,008,707 (24%)

214--Health care businesses. Consumer protection. Initiative statute.

Yes: 3,512,684 (42%)

No: 4,842,134 (58%)

215--Medical use of marijuana. Initiative statute.

Yes: 4,870,822 (56%)

No: 3,875,899 (44%)

216--Health care. Consumer protection. Taxes on corporate restructuring. Initiative statute.

Yes: 3,200,347 (39%)

No: 5,057,164 (61%)

217--Top income tax brackets. Reinstatement. Revenues to local agencies. Initiative statute.

Yes: 4,139,584 (49%)

No: 4,258,617 (51%)

218--Voter approval for local government taxes. Limitations on fees, assessments, and charges. Initiative constitutional amendment.

Yes: 4,687,030 (56%)

No: 3,623,773 (44%)

PROPOSITIONS

How Ventura County Voted

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

204--Safe, clean, reliable water supply bond act.

Yes: 129,212 (63%)

No: 76,356 (37%)

205--Youthful and adult offender local facilities bond act of 1996.

Yes: 79,423 (39%)

No: 123,740 (61%)

206--Veterans' bond act of 1996.

Yes: 105,062 (52%)

No: 96,225 (48%)

207--Attorneys fees. Right to negotiate. Frivolous lawsuits. Initiative statute.

Yes: 66,751 (33%)

No: 135,467 (67%)

208--Campaign contributions and spending limits. Restricts lobbyists. Initiative statute.

Yes: 124,963 (62%)

No: 77,453 (38%)

209--Prohibition against discrimination or preferential treatment by state and other public entities. Initiative constitutional amendment.

Yes: 123,078 (60%)

No: 81,735 (40%)

210--Minimum wage increase. Initiative statute.

Yes: 118,863 (58%)

No: 86,323 (42%)

211--Attorney-client fee arrangements. Securities fraud. Lawsuits. Initiative statute.

Yes: 50,804 (25%)

No: 149,253 (75%)

212--Campaign contributions and spending limits. Repeals gift and honorarium limits. Restricts lobbyists. Initiative statute.

Yes: 95,112 (48%)

No: 103,127 (52%)

213--Limitation on recovery to felons, uninsured motorists, drunk drivers. Initiative statute.

Yes: 161,841 (79%)

No: 41,906 (21%)

214--Health care businesses. Consumer protection. Initiative statute.

Yes: 87,783 (44%)

No: 113,287 (56%)

215--Medical use of marijuana. Initiative statute.

Yes: 109,336 (53%)

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