Here are the latest election results for California's state propositions, with some races still being decided.
Prop. 14 would authorize billions of dollars in state bonds to fund stem cell research.
Yes - 51.1%
No - 48.9%
Prop. 15 would tax commercial and industrial properties at their current market value, not their purchase price. The new funding would go to local governments and schools.
Yes - 48.3%
No - 51.7%
Prop. 16 repeals the state ban on affirmative action.
Yes - 43.9%
No - 56% WINNER
Prop. 17 would restore voting rights to people who finished their prison term, even if they are still on parole.
Yes - 59.0% WINNER
No - 41.0%
Prop. 18 would allow 17-year-olds to vote in primaries and special elections if they will be 18 by the time of the general election.
Yes - 44.9%
No - 55.1%
Prop. 19 would allow homeowners who are over 55, disabled or disaster victims to transfer their primary residence’s tax base to a replacement residence.
Yes - 51.4%
No - 48.5%
Prop. 20 would increase jail time for some theft-related crimes and modify the state’s early release criteria for certain inmates.
Yes - 37.7%
No - 62.3% WINNER
Prop. 21 would allow local governments to make residential properties over 15 years old eligible for rent control.
Yes - 40.2%
No - 59.8% WINNER
Prop. 22 would classify app-based drivers as independent contractors instead of employees.
Yes - 58.4% WINNER
No - 41.5%
Prop. 23 would change the rules at dialysis clinics.
Yes - 36.0%
No - 64.0% WINNER
Prop. 24 would change consumer privacy laws and limit businesses’ use of personal information.
Yes - 56.1% WINNER
No - 43.9%
Prop. 25 would replace cash bail with a system based on flight risk and a person’s danger to the public.
Yes - 44.6%
No - 55.4% WINNER
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