Yesterday, California voted in a special election. The results are in.
SOUTHLAND (KABC) — Tuesday’s statewide special election polls are closed. Turnout was expected to be low, even though the stakes are high.
Proposition 1F, which prevents certain state officials from receiving pay raises when California has a budget deficit, has passed. Propositions 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D and 1E have been rejected.
Maybe people are waking up? Check out Pelosi’s approval ratings. Not even Democrats like her anymore. Here’s hoping this is a trend in California.
Here are the numbers from the special election:
1A) Rainy Day Fund NO 65%, Yes 34%
1B) Education Funding NO 62%, Yes 37%,
1C) Modernize Lottery NO 64%, Yes 35%
1D) Child Service Funding, NO 65%, Yes 34%
1E) Mental Health Budget , NO 66%, Yes 33%
1F) Limit Lawmaker Salaries YES 73%, NO 26%
So much for the liberals that don’t mind paying taxes. These were not small defeats.