Measure J unofficial results

The final unoffiicial results were posted by the Registrar within the past hour. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Measure J is nearly two percentage points shy of the two-thirds threshold needed for passage. It appears about 889,000 fewer people cast a vote in the Measure J election than in the Measure R election in 2008.

J Votes Percent
J – MTA SALES TAX CONTINUANCE – YES 1,367,357 64.72
NO 745,310 35.28

Registration 4,593,621
Precincts Reporting 4,993
Total Precincts 4,993
% Precincts Reporting 100

 

11 thoughts on “Measure J unofficial results

  1. Well what I don’t understand is why Proposition 30 passes with just over 50 percent of the vote and Measure J requires 66.7%. They both explicitly raise taxes. Can someone please explain?

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