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Ballot Measure: California
(California Proposition 34)

California Proposition 34: Ban Death Penalty California: Ban Death Penalty


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This measure would abolish capital punishment in California and would make life imprisonment without the possibility of parole the maximum punishment for murder. If passed, the measure would apply retroactively to all Death Row inmates, whose sentences would be converted to life imprisonment. A "YES" vote opposes the death penalty and would abolish the death penalty in the state. A "NO" vote supports the death penalty and would not abolish the death penalty in the state.

 
 
 

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County Results Alameda - Fresno

Alameda


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This measure would abolish capital punishment in California and would make life imprisonment without the possibility of parole the maximum punishment for murder. If passed, the measure would apply retroactively to all Death Row inmates, whose sentences would be converted to life imprisonment. A "YES" vote opposes the death penalty and would abolish the death penalty in the state. A "NO" vote supports the death penalty and would not abolish the death penalty in the state.

 
 
 

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Alpine


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This measure would abolish capital punishment in California and would make life imprisonment without the possibility of parole the maximum punishment for murder. If passed, the measure would apply retroactively to all Death Row inmates, whose sentences would be converted to life imprisonment. A "YES" vote opposes the death penalty and would abolish the death penalty in the state. A "NO" vote supports the death penalty and would not abolish the death penalty in the state.

 
 
 

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Amador


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This measure would abolish capital punishment in California and would make life imprisonment without the possibility of parole the maximum punishment for murder. If passed, the measure would apply retroactively to all Death Row inmates, whose sentences would be converted to life imprisonment. A "YES" vote opposes the death penalty and would abolish the death penalty in the state. A "NO" vote supports the death penalty and would not abolish the death penalty in the state.

 
 
 

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Butte


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This measure would abolish capital punishment in California and would make life imprisonment without the possibility of parole the maximum punishment for murder. If passed, the measure would apply retroactively to all Death Row inmates, whose sentences would be converted to life imprisonment. A "YES" vote opposes the death penalty and would abolish the death penalty in the state. A "NO" vote supports the death penalty and would not abolish the death penalty in the state.

 
 
 

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Calaveras


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This measure would abolish capital punishment in California and would make life imprisonment without the possibility of parole the maximum punishment for murder. If passed, the measure would apply retroactively to all Death Row inmates, whose sentences would be converted to life imprisonment. A "YES" vote opposes the death penalty and would abolish the death penalty in the state. A "NO" vote supports the death penalty and would not abolish the death penalty in the state.

 
 
 

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Colusa


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This measure would abolish capital punishment in California and would make life imprisonment without the possibility of parole the maximum punishment for murder. If passed, the measure would apply retroactively to all Death Row inmates, whose sentences would be converted to life imprisonment. A "YES" vote opposes the death penalty and would abolish the death penalty in the state. A "NO" vote supports the death penalty and would not abolish the death penalty in the state.

 
 
 

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Contra Costa


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This measure would abolish capital punishment in California and would make life imprisonment without the possibility of parole the maximum punishment for murder. If passed, the measure would apply retroactively to all Death Row inmates, whose sentences would be converted to life imprisonment. A "YES" vote opposes the death penalty and would abolish the death penalty in the state. A "NO" vote supports the death penalty and would not abolish the death penalty in the state.

 
 
 

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Del Norte


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This measure would abolish capital punishment in California and would make life imprisonment without the possibility of parole the maximum punishment for murder. If passed, the measure would apply retroactively to all Death Row inmates, whose sentences would be converted to life imprisonment. A "YES" vote opposes the death penalty and would abolish the death penalty in the state. A "NO" vote supports the death penalty and would not abolish the death penalty in the state.

 
 
 

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El Dorado


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This measure would abolish capital punishment in California and would make life imprisonment without the possibility of parole the maximum punishment for murder. If passed, the measure would apply retroactively to all Death Row inmates, whose sentences would be converted to life imprisonment. A "YES" vote opposes the death penalty and would abolish the death penalty in the state. A "NO" vote supports the death penalty and would not abolish the death penalty in the state.

 
 
 

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Fresno


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This measure would abolish capital punishment in California and would make life imprisonment without the possibility of parole the maximum punishment for murder. If passed, the measure would apply retroactively to all Death Row inmates, whose sentences would be converted to life imprisonment. A "YES" vote opposes the death penalty and would abolish the death penalty in the state. A "NO" vote supports the death penalty and would not abolish the death penalty in the state.

 
 
 

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