Results of California propositions

California voters made their voices heard Tuesday night, regarding several high profile state propositions, from legalizing recreational marijuana to repealing the death penalty.
 
Below are the results (as of 7:30 a.m.) from the list of initiatives on the November 8 ballot. (99.4% precincts reporting)
 
Proposition 51: School Bonds. Funding for K-12 School and Community College Facilities
(54.0% Yes, 46.0% No)
 
Proposition 52: State Fees on Hospitals. Federal Medi-Cal Matching Funds
(69.6% Yes, 30.4% No) 
 
Proposition 53: Revenue bonds, statewide voter approval (48.6% Yes, No 51.4%)
 
Proposition 54: Legislature, Legislation and Proceedings
(64.3% Yes, 35.7% No)
 
Proposition 55: Tax Extension to Fund Education and Healthcare
(62.1% Yes, 37.9% No)
 
Prop 56: Cigarette Tax to Fund Healthcare, Tobacco Use Prevention, Research, and Law Enforcement
(62.9% Percent, 37.1% No)
 
Prop. 57 Criminal sentences & Juvenile Crime Proceedings.
(63.6% Yes, 36.4%)
 
Proposition 57: Criminal Sentences. Juvenile Criminal Proceedings and Sentencing
(72.4% Yes, 27.6% No)
 
Prop 58: English Proficiency, multilingual education, initiative statute
(72.4% Yes, 27.6% No)
 
Prop 59: Corporations. Political Spending. Federal Constitutional Protections. Legislative Advisory
(52.3% Yes, 47.7% No)
 
Proposition 60: Adult Films, Condoms, Health Requirements
(46.1% Yes, 53.9% No)
 
Proposition 61: State Prescription Drug Purchases, Pricing Standards
(46.2% Yes, 53.8% No)
 
Proposition 62: Death Penalty Repeal (46.1% Yes, 53.9% No)
 
Proposition 63: Firearms, Ammunition Sales (62.6% Yes, 37.4% No) 
 
Proposition 64: Marijuana Legalization (56.0% Yes, 44.0% No)
 
Proposition 65: Carry-Out Bag Charges  (44.6% Yes, 55.4% No)
 
Proposition 66: Death Penalty Procedures
(50.9% Yes, 49.1% No)
 
Proposition 67: Ban on Single-use Plastic Bags

 

(51.9% Yes, 48.1% No)
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