• Proposition 1 — Property Taxes, Contaminated Property. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 2 — Transportation Fund Protection. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 3 — Partisan Presidential Primary Elections. (initiative did not pass)
  • Proposition 4 — Wildlife, Body-Gripping Traps Ban, Animal Poison. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 5 — Tribal-State Gaming Compacts, Tribal Casinos. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 6 — Prohibition on Slaughter of Horses and Sale of Horsemeat for Human Consumption. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 7 — Air Quality Improvement, Tax Credits. (initiative did not pass)
  • Proposition 8 — Public Schools, Permanent Class Size Reduction, Parent-Teacher Council, Teacher Credentialing, Pupil Suspension for Drug Possession. (initiative did not pass)
  • Proposition 9 — Electric Utilities, Assessments and Bonds. (initiative did not pass)
  • Proposition 10 — State and County Early Childhood Development Programs. (initiative passed)

The views expressed herein are solely the views of the authors and do not necessarily represent the opinion of the McGeorge School of Law.

For the complete text of the above initiatives, visit the California Secretary of State's website at www.ss.ca.gov