Ballot Guide

November 5, 2002: General Election Summary

The November 5, 2002 Ballot Guide contains just the table of endorsements; no individual guides were created for the propositions.

Endorsements - November 2002 General (.pdf version)

November 2, 2004 Ballot Prop. 69

Proposition 69: DNA Samples Official Results

Available once the California Secretary of State has certified the election. This can take up to 3 weeks or more.

Yes votes: 7,194,343 (62.1%) No votes: 4,400,826 (37.9%) Introduction

Proposition 69 would expand California law enforcement's right to collect DNA samples and store genetic information in the California DNA and Forensic Identification Data Base.

Proposition 69

Proposition 69 requires collection of DNA samples from:

adults and juveniles convicted of any felony offense...

November 3, 2020 Ballot Prop. 25

Proposition 25: Bail Reform Official Results

Available once the California Secretary of State has certified the election. This can take up to 3 weeks or more.

Yes votes: 7,231,044 (43.6%)

No votes: 9,356,096 (56.4%)

Proposition 25 would determine whether or not bail reform bill SB 10 will go into effect. SB 10, passed by the Legislature in 2018, eliminates bail and institutes new assement requirements for release from county jail before trial. Specifically, people jailed for most misdameanor crimes would be automatically released...

November 3, 2020 Ballot Prop. 24

Proposition 24: Expand Consumer Privacy Act Official Results

Available once the California Secretary of State has certified the election. This can take up to 3 weeks or more.

Yes votes: 9,384,125 (56.2%)

No votes: 7,305,026 (43.8%)

Proposition 24 would expand data privacy laws and rights including: reducing the number of businesses forced to adhere to privacy laws; removing and instutiing new requirements for businesses regarding consumer privacy; allowing consumers to opt out of companies sharing of personal data; insuring that...

November 3, 2020 Ballot Prop. 23

Proposition 23: Kidney Dialysis Clinics Official Results

Available once the California Secretary of State has certified the election. This can take up to 3 weeks or more.

Yes votes: 6,161,109 (36.6%)

No votes: 10,683,606 (63.4%)

Proposition 23 institutes new rules concerning the operation of chronic dialysis clinics (CDC). These include requiring each CDC to have a doctor onsite during treatment hours; requiring each CDC to report dialysis-related infection information to the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) every three...

November 3, 2020 Ballot Prop. 22

Proposition 22: App-Based Rideshare and Delivery Drivers Official Results

Available once the California Secretary of State has certified the election. This can take up to 3 weeks or more.

Yes votes: 9,957,858 (58.6%)

No votes: 7,027,467 (41.4%)

Proposition 22 would classify app-based rideshare and delivery drivers as independent contractors, overriding Assembly Bill 5 (2019) which established a three-factor test to determine whether a worker was an independent contractor. As independent contractors, app-based workers would not be covered by state...

November 3, 2020 Ballot Prop. 20

Proposition 20: Changes to Criminal Sentencing and Parole Official Results

Available once the California Secretary of State has certified the election. This can take up to 3 weeks or more.

Yes votes: 6,385,421 (38.3%)

No votes: 10,293,563 (61.7%)

Proposition 20 would amend parts of crime laws that were passed between 2011 and 2016, making some "petty theft" crimes punishable as felonies. The measure would make changes to the release consideration process, requiring the parole board to consider additional factors before deciding on release. The measure requires state...

November 3, 2020 Ballot Prop. 21

Proposition 21: Rent Control and Local Governments Official Results

Available once the California Secretary of State has certified the election. This can take up to 3 weeks or more.

Yes votes: 6,770,958 (40.1%)

No votes: 10,094,634 (59.9%)

Proposition 21 modifies three of the limits set forth in the Costa-Hawkins rent control law (1995). Cities and counties would be allowed to apply rent control to housing more than 15 years old. Single-family homes owned by people with two or fewer properties would be excluded from such a policy....

November 3, 2020 Ballot Prop. 19

Proposition 19: Property Tax Transfers Official Results

Available once the California Secretary of State has certified the election. This can take up to 3 weeks or more.

Yes votes: 8,545,393 (51.1%)

No votes: 8,175,618 (48.9%)

Proposition 19 would allow eligible homeowners to transfer a property's taxable value to a more expensive home. Persons who are over 55 years old or with severe disabilities could transfer their tax assessments up to three times in a lifetime. Additional revenue resulting from the ballot measure would be allocated to...