Proposition 14: Stem Cell Research
Votes
%
Yes
8,588,156
51%
No
8,221,692
49%
Precincts reporting 99%
Proposition 15: Education Funding
Votes
%
No
6,131,370
52%
Yes
5,728,357
48%
Precincts reporting 72%
Proposition 16: End Ban on Affirmative Action
Votes
%
No
9,655,595
57%
Yes
7,217,064
43%
Precincts reporting 100%
Proposition 17: Allow Parolees to Vote
Votes
%
Yes
5,751,546
61%
No
3,746,247
39%
Precincts reporting 50%
Proposition 18: Allow 17-year-olds to vote
Votes
%
No
5,093,278
54%
Yes
4,420,796
46%
Precincts reporting 50%
Proposition 19: Property Tax Rule Changes
Votes
%
Yes
5,850,178
52%
No
5,500,730
48%
Precincts reporting 100%
Proposition 20: Parole Restrictions
Votes
%
No
6,278,487
63%
Yes
3,677,888
37%
Precincts reporting 61%
Proposition 21: Rent Control
Votes
%
No
5,970,041
59%
Yes
4,098,658
41%
Precincts reporting 61%
Proposition 22: App Based Drivers Exemption
Votes
%
Yes
9,957,858
59%
No
7,027,467
41%
Precincts reporting 99%
Proposition 23: Dialysis Clinic Requirements
Votes
%
No
5,995,857
64%
Yes
3,399,465
36%
Precincts reporting 50%
Proposition 24: Consumer Privacy Law
Votes
%
Yes
5,265,701
57%
No
4,041,930
43%
Precincts reporting 50%
Proposition 25: End Cash Bail
Votes
%
No
5,002,605
54%
Yes
4,265,080
46%
Precincts reporting 50%