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November 2010 Local Pension Reform Ballot Measures

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MeasureCity/CountySummary % Yes% No

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Measure AReddingEmployees contribute to CalPERS6436

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Measure BReddingReduces health benefits 7030

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Proposition BSan FranciscoRequires employee contributions4258

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Measure WSan JoseReduced benefits for new employees 7327

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Measure VSan JoseNo retro increases, pay/benefits tied to revenue6733

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Measure RPacific GroveContributions limited to 10% of pay7425

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Measure LMenlo ParkReduces retirement benefits for new hires7228

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Proposition GCarlsbadVoter approval required for increases6435

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Measure EBakersfieldRequires a public vote to reduce benefits4654

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Measure DBakersfieldReduces benefits for new retirees5545

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Proposition DSan DiegoTies sales tax increase to pension reforms3862

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Measure MRiversideSupervisors reduce, voters increase benefits. 6139

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Measure LRiversideRequires vote to reduce benefits (union)52*48

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March 8, 2011 Special Election

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Charter Amendment LA-GLos AngelesReduces benefits for new police/fire7525

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August 30, 2011 Special Election

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Measure ASan Luis ObispoCity Council may reduce retirement benefits7426

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November 8, 2011 Municipal Elections

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Measure CSan FranciscoRaises employee contributions (Mayor)6931

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Measure DSan FranciscoRaises employee contributions (Adachi)3466

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Measure QModestoMove to 401 (k)5842

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Measure RModestoStop spiking7525

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Measure SModestoRaise retirement age6337

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20 ballot measures12 citiesPro pension reform votes: 18

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Anti pension reform votes: 2

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*Fewer than M; did not take effectAvg pro pension reform vote: 62.7%

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Avg anti pension reform vote: 37.3%

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Avg pro pension reform minus SF: 65%

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Avg anti pension reform minus SF: 35%

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Pro pension reform votes in bold