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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

— Essential Services Protection Measure —


City of Vacaville
Measure M - Majority Approval Required

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Election Results


22,495 votes yes (63.29%)

13,046 votes no (36.71%)

  • 100% of precincts reporting (47/47).

Essential Services Protection Measure
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To protect essential city services such as police programs to fight domestic violence, child/elder abuse, gang activity and neighborhood crime; fire/paramedic services for quick emergency response times; street lighting for safety; and other city services, shall City of Vacaville Ordinance No. 1899 be approved to renew a sales/use tax at a 3/4-cent rate for 20 years, providing approximately $14,700,000 per year in locally controlled funding that stays in Vacaville?

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