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(California Proposition 38)

California Proposition 38: Tax Increase California: Tax Increase


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This measure would raise income taxes for almost all income levels for 12 years. For the first four years, 60% of the revenue would be dedicated to K-12 education, 30% to debt reduction, and 15% to early childhood programs. After four years, 85% of revenues would go to K-12 education and 15% to early childhood programs. Gov. Jerry Brown opposes this measure. A "YES" vote supports this measure and would increase income taxes across the board. A "NO" vote opposes this measure and would not increase income taxes across the board.

 
 
 

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County Results Alameda - Fresno

Alameda


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This measure would raise income taxes for almost all income levels for 12 years. For the first four years, 60% of the revenue would be dedicated to K-12 education, 30% to debt reduction, and 15% to early childhood programs. After four years, 85% of revenues would go to K-12 education and 15% to early childhood programs. Gov. Jerry Brown opposes this measure. A "YES" vote supports this measure and would increase income taxes across the board. A "NO" vote opposes this measure and would not increase income taxes across the board.

 
 
 

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Alpine


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This measure would raise income taxes for almost all income levels for 12 years. For the first four years, 60% of the revenue would be dedicated to K-12 education, 30% to debt reduction, and 15% to early childhood programs. After four years, 85% of revenues would go to K-12 education and 15% to early childhood programs. Gov. Jerry Brown opposes this measure. A "YES" vote supports this measure and would increase income taxes across the board. A "NO" vote opposes this measure and would not increase income taxes across the board.

 
 
 

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Amador


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This measure would raise income taxes for almost all income levels for 12 years. For the first four years, 60% of the revenue would be dedicated to K-12 education, 30% to debt reduction, and 15% to early childhood programs. After four years, 85% of revenues would go to K-12 education and 15% to early childhood programs. Gov. Jerry Brown opposes this measure. A "YES" vote supports this measure and would increase income taxes across the board. A "NO" vote opposes this measure and would not increase income taxes across the board.

 
 
 

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Butte


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This measure would raise income taxes for almost all income levels for 12 years. For the first four years, 60% of the revenue would be dedicated to K-12 education, 30% to debt reduction, and 15% to early childhood programs. After four years, 85% of revenues would go to K-12 education and 15% to early childhood programs. Gov. Jerry Brown opposes this measure. A "YES" vote supports this measure and would increase income taxes across the board. A "NO" vote opposes this measure and would not increase income taxes across the board.

 
 
 

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Calaveras


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This measure would raise income taxes for almost all income levels for 12 years. For the first four years, 60% of the revenue would be dedicated to K-12 education, 30% to debt reduction, and 15% to early childhood programs. After four years, 85% of revenues would go to K-12 education and 15% to early childhood programs. Gov. Jerry Brown opposes this measure. A "YES" vote supports this measure and would increase income taxes across the board. A "NO" vote opposes this measure and would not increase income taxes across the board.

 
 
 

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Colusa


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This measure would raise income taxes for almost all income levels for 12 years. For the first four years, 60% of the revenue would be dedicated to K-12 education, 30% to debt reduction, and 15% to early childhood programs. After four years, 85% of revenues would go to K-12 education and 15% to early childhood programs. Gov. Jerry Brown opposes this measure. A "YES" vote supports this measure and would increase income taxes across the board. A "NO" vote opposes this measure and would not increase income taxes across the board.

 
 
 

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Contra Costa


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This measure would raise income taxes for almost all income levels for 12 years. For the first four years, 60% of the revenue would be dedicated to K-12 education, 30% to debt reduction, and 15% to early childhood programs. After four years, 85% of revenues would go to K-12 education and 15% to early childhood programs. Gov. Jerry Brown opposes this measure. A "YES" vote supports this measure and would increase income taxes across the board. A "NO" vote opposes this measure and would not increase income taxes across the board.

 
 
 

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Del Norte


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This measure would raise income taxes for almost all income levels for 12 years. For the first four years, 60% of the revenue would be dedicated to K-12 education, 30% to debt reduction, and 15% to early childhood programs. After four years, 85% of revenues would go to K-12 education and 15% to early childhood programs. Gov. Jerry Brown opposes this measure. A "YES" vote supports this measure and would increase income taxes across the board. A "NO" vote opposes this measure and would not increase income taxes across the board.

 
 
 

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El Dorado


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This measure would raise income taxes for almost all income levels for 12 years. For the first four years, 60% of the revenue would be dedicated to K-12 education, 30% to debt reduction, and 15% to early childhood programs. After four years, 85% of revenues would go to K-12 education and 15% to early childhood programs. Gov. Jerry Brown opposes this measure. A "YES" vote supports this measure and would increase income taxes across the board. A "NO" vote opposes this measure and would not increase income taxes across the board.

 
 
 

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Fresno


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This measure would raise income taxes for almost all income levels for 12 years. For the first four years, 60% of the revenue would be dedicated to K-12 education, 30% to debt reduction, and 15% to early childhood programs. After four years, 85% of revenues would go to K-12 education and 15% to early childhood programs. Gov. Jerry Brown opposes this measure. A "YES" vote supports this measure and would increase income taxes across the board. A "NO" vote opposes this measure and would not increase income taxes across the board.

 
 
 

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