Proposition 70: Who Decides How to Spend California Climate Funds
Failed with 36 percent of the vote
This measure, which landed on the ballot as the result of a political trade-off, requires a two-thirds vote of the legislature to release revenues from the state’s cap-and-trade program, which helps regulate greenhouse gas pollution.
Proposition 72: Capture Rainwater, Get a Tax Break
Passed with 83 percent of the vote
Homeowners who install rainwater catchment systems would not have to pay property taxes on the home improvement. The value of the rainwater system would be added into the home's value when the home sells.
Proposition E Would Ban Menthol Cigarettes, Vape Flavors
Passed with 68 percent of the vote (100 percent of precincts reporting)
Proposition E would make San Francisco the first U.S. city to ban flavored tobacco products from all store shelves. This includes everything from gummi bear and other candy flavored e-cigarettes to conventional menthol smokes.
Measure P: Foster City's $90 Million Tax to Defend Against Rising Seas
Passed with 80 percent of the vote (15 of 15 precincts reporting)
Just one thing stands between Foster City and the bay: an earthen levee. Voters in the San Mateo County city will decide whether to tax themselves to raise it, or run a higher risk of flooding.
Measure C Has Fiercely Divided Napa's Wine Industry. Here's What's At Stake
Too close to call: Yes 7,188 No 7,148 (170 of 170 precincts reporting) Latest results from Napa County here.
A controversial environmental proposal in Napa County aims to protect oak woodlands and water quality by limiting how many trees can be cut to make room for vineyards.