For one measure, a question remains over whether a citizens initiative needs a two-thirds vote or a simple majority.
One week after the March 3 election, Proposition 13 remains behind 46 to 54 percent, which appears too big a gap to make up.
Alameda County may choose to wait to begin collecting the new sales tax until legal challenges involving other initiatives are resolved.
School districts have turned to parcel taxes in recent years to raise money for school programs, class-size reduction and teacher salaries.
Several factors — confusion with a more famous 13, tax fatigue, anxiety over the stock market — may have led to the measure’s likely defeat.
Prop. 13 — unrelated to the better known tax cutting initiative in 1978 — would have helped K-12 districts, community colleges, CSU and UC with the cost of construction projects.
EdSource will post the presidential primary and Prop. 13 results, by county, using our automated tracker. Check back for results.
Prop. 13 on the March 2020 ballot will create confusion among some voters. And confusion is likely to add to the “no” vote total.
On March 3 four California school districts will ask California voters to tax themselves to pay for teacher housing through a general obligation bond.
The summary lays out the key education positions of eight Democratic candidates on the primary ballot.
His backing of charter schools could have an impact on his drive for the Democratic nomination, especially if the race is not decided by the time of the convention.
Alameda County, Sacramento and Emeryville all have measures on the ballot that would either generate or set aside funds for child care.
The state bond will underwrite some construction costs of schools and universities, with extra help for low-income districts.
A coalition organized by Children Now wants the governor to negotiate with Prop. 13 reformers for one tax initiative on the November ballot.