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List of California ballot propositions 1970–79

 

List of California ballot propositions 1970–79

This is a list of California ballot propositions from 1970–1979.

Contents

  • Elections 1
    • June 2, 1970 1.1
    • November 3, 1970 1.2
    • June 6, 1972 1.3
    • November 7, 1972 1.4
    • November 6, 1973 1.5
    • June 4, 1974 1.6
    • November 5, 1974 1.7
    • June 8, 1976 1.8
    • November 2, 1976 1.9
    • June 6, 1978 1.10
    • November 7, 1978 1.11
    • November 6, 1979 1.12
  • See also 2

Elections

June 2, 1970

  • 1Failed – University Of California Health Science Facilities.
  • 2Passed – Partial Constitutional Revision: Local Government.
  • 3Failed – Partial Constitutional Revision: Public Utilities, Corporations And Water Use.
  • 4Failed – Partial Constitutional Revision: Various.
  • 5Failed – Partial Constitutional Revision: Future Constitutional Amendments, State Civil Service.
  • 6Passed – State And County Boards Of Education: Textbooks.
  • 7Passed – Interest Rate On State Bonds.
  • 8Failed – Taxation For Schools And Social Welfare.

November 3, 1970

  • 1Passed – The Clean Water Bond Law of 1970.
  • 2Failed – Vacancies in Specified Constitutional Offices.
  • 3Passed – State Budget.
  • 4Failed – Appropriation For Public Schools.
  • 5Passed – Regents University Of California: Public Meetings.
  • 6Passed – Teachers' Retirement Fund: Investments.
  • 7Passed – State Colleges: Speaker Member Of Governing Body.
  • 8Failed – Superintendent Of Public Instruction.
  • 9Failed – County Superintendent Of Schools.
  • 10Failed – Interest Rate Limitation.
  • 11Passed – Chiropractors: Rules.
  • 12Passed – Compensation Of County Supervisors.
  • 13Passed – Tax Exemption For Disabled Veterans And Blind Veterans.
  • 14Passed – State Civil Service.
  • 15Passed – Partial Constitutional Revision.
  • 16Passed – Constitutional Amendments.
  • 17Passed – Partial Constitutional Revision: Social Welfare.
  • 18Failed – Motor Vehicle Taxation And Revenues.
  • 19Passed – Usury.
  • 20Passed – The Recreation And Fish And Wildlife Enhancement Bond Act.

June 6, 1972

  • 1Passed – The Veterans Bond Act Of 1971.
  • 2Passed – The State School Building Aid And Earthquake Reconstruction And Replacement Bond Law Of 1972.
  • 3Passed – Right To Assistance Of Counsel.
  • 4Passed – Open Presidential Primary.
  • 5Passed – Appointment Of Regents, University Of California.
  • 6Passed – Naturalized Citizen Voting Eligibility.
  • 7Passed – Valuation Of Single-Family Dwellings For Tax Purposes.
  • 8Passed – Chiropractors.
  • 9Failed – Clean Environment Act.
  • 10Passed – Partial Constitutional Revision.

November 7, 1972

  • 1Passed – Bonds To Provide Public Community College Facilities.
  • 2Passed – Bonds To Provide Health Science Facilities.
  • 3Passed – Environmental Pollution Bond Authorization.
  • 4Passed – Legislative Reorganization.
  • 5Passed – School Districts.
  • 6Passed – Miscellaneous Constitutional Revisions.
  • 7Passed – Elections And Presidential Primary.
  • 8Failed – Tax Exemption For Anti-Pollution Facilities.
  • 9Passed – Bond Vote For Structurally Unsafe School Buildings.
  • 10Passed – Blind Veterans Tax Exemption.
  • 11Passed – Right Of Privacy.
  • 12Passed – Disabled Veterans Tax Exemption.
  • 13Passed – Workmen's Compensation.
  • 14Failed – Property Tax Limitations.
  • 15Failed – State Employee Salaries.
  • 16Failed – Salaries. California Highway Patrol.
  • 17Passed – Death Penalty.
  • 18Failed – Obscenity Legislation.
  • 19Failed – Marijuana – Removal Of Penalty For Personal Use.
  • 20Passed – Coastal Zone Conservation Act.
  • 21Passed – Assignment Of Students To Schools.
  • 22Failed – Agricultural Labor Relations.

November 6, 1973

  • 1Failed – Tax And Expenditure Limitations.

June 4, 1974

  • 1Passed – Recreational Lands Bond Act.
  • 2Passed – Clean Water Bond Law Of 1974.
  • 3Passed – Veterans Bond Act Of 1974.
  • 4Passed – Reassessment Of Property in Event Of Damage Or Destruction.
  • 5Passed – Highways And Mass Transit Guideways.
  • 6Passed – Public Legislative Proceedings.
  • 7Failed – State Civil Service Exemptions.
  • 8Passed – Sacramento County-Cities Consolidation.
  • 9Passed – Political Reform Initiative.

November 5, 1974

  • 1Passed – State School Building Aid And Earthquake Reconstruction And Replacement Bond Law.
  • 2Passed – Charters For Counties And Cities.
  • 3Failed – Postsecondary Education Commission Personnel – Civil Service.
  • 4Passed – Regents, University Of California.
  • 5Passed – Residence Of Local Government Employee.
  • 6Passed – Property Tax Exemptions.
  • 7Passed – Declaration Of Rights.
  • 8Passed – Taxation And State Funds.
  • 9Passed – Recall Of Public Officers.
  • 10Passed – Right To Vote.
  • 11Passed – Miscellaneous Language Changes Regarding Gender.
  • 12Passed – Public Utilities.
  • 13Passed – San Diego County Judicial Districts.
  • 14Failed – State College System.
  • 15Failed – Low Rent Housing.
  • 16Failed – Student Tuition, University Of California.
  • 17Failed – Wild And Scenic Rivers Initiative.

June 8, 1976

  • 1Failed – The State School Building Lease-Purchase Bond Law Of 1976.
  • 2Passed – Veterans Bond Act Of 1976.
  • 3Passed – California Safe Drinking Water Bond Law Of 1976.
  • 4Failed – Bonds To Provide Public Community College Facilities.
  • 5Passed – Banks, Corporations, Franchises And Insurers-Taxation.
  • 6Passed – Insurance Company Home Office Tax Deduction.
  • 7Passed – Taxation Of Restricted Historic Property.
  • 8Passed – Deposit Of Public Moneys in Savings And Loan Associations.
  • 9Passed – Bingo.
  • 10Failed – Bonds To Refund State Indebtedness.
  • 11Passed – Motor Vehicle Taxes-Local Surplus Property.
  • 12Failed – Interest Rate.
  • 13Passed – Property Tax Postponement.
  • 14Passed – Miscellaneous Constitutional Revisions.
  • 15Failed – Nuclear Power Plants-Initiative Statute.

November 2, 1976

  • 1Failed – Housing Finance Bond Law Of 1975.
  • 2Passed – Nejedly-Hart State, Urban and Coastal Park Bond Act of 1976.
  • 3Failed – Residential Energy Conservation Bond Law.
  • 4Passed – University of California. Competitive Bidding. Grounds for Denial of Admission.
  • 5Failed – Interest Rates Allowable.
  • 6Failed – Bills and Statutes-Effective Date. Governor's Consideration. Referendum.
  • 7Passed – Judges. Censure, Removal, Judicial Performance Commission.
  • 8Passed – County Superintendents of Schools and Boards of Education.
  • 9Passed – State Constitutional Offices. Filling Vacancies In. Confirmation.
  • 10Passed – Property Taxation by Local Governments Whose Boundaries Include Area in Two or More Counties.
  • 11Passed – Tax Rates on Unsecured Property.
  • 12Failed – Loans by State for Energy Conservation Improvements in Residential Structures.
  • 13Failed – Greyhound Dog Racing – Initiative Statute.
  • 14Failed – Agricultural Labor Relations – Initiative Statute.
  • 15Passed – Chiropractors, Board of Examiners. Licensing Requirements.

June 6, 1978

  • 1Failed – State School Building Aid Bond Law of 1978.
  • 2Passed – Clean Water and Water Conservation Bond Law of 1978.
  • 3Failed – Taxation Exemption – Alternative Energy Systems.
  • 4Passed – City Charters – Boards of Education.
  • 5Passed – Administrative Agencies.
  • 6Passed – Sheriffs.
  • 7Passed – Local Agencies – Insurance Pooling Arrangements.
  • 8Failed – Owner Occupied Dwellings – Tax Rate.
  • 9Passed – Interest Rate – Judgments.
  • 10Failed – Taxation – Rehabilitated Property.
  • 11Failed – Taxation – County Owned Real Property.
  • 12Failed – Constitutional Officers, Legislators and Judges Compensation.
  • 13Passed – Property Tax Limitation.

November 7, 1978

  • 1Passed – Veterans Bond Act of 1978.
  • 2Failed – Public Utilities Commission.
  • 3Passed – State Surplus Coastal Property.
  • 4Passed – Chiropractors. School Accreditation and License Revocation.
  • 5Failed – Regulation of Smoking.
  • 6Failed – School Employees. Homosexuality.
  • 7Passed – Murder. Penalty.
  • 8Passed – Post Disaster Taxation.

November 6, 1979

  • 1Passed – School Assignment and Transportation of Pupils.
  • 2Passed – Loan Interest Rates.
  • 3Passed – Property Taxation – Veteran's Exemption.
  • 4Passed – Limitation of Government Appropriations.

See also

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