June 7, 2022 Statewide Direct Primary Election - List of Local Measures

Special District Measures

MEASURE A
Santa Clara Valley Water District

Ordinance Amendment
Majority Vote

Shall the measure amending the Santa Clara Valley Water District Ordinance 11-01 to limit Board members to four successive four-year terms be adopted?

Yes
No

City Measures

MEASURE B
City of San José

Charter Amendment
Majority Vote

To increase voter participation, shall the City Charter be amended to: (1) move the election for the Office of Mayor to the same year as presidential elections beginning in 2024, and (2) limit the person elected to the Office of Mayor in 2022 to a two-year term with the option to run for and serve as Mayor for two additional successive four-year terms?

Yes
No

MEASURE D
City of Santa Clara

Charter Amendment
Majority Vote

DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTIONS. Shall the City Charter be amended to elect city council members by district, excepting the mayor, to establish six districts for the election of one council member to represent each district; and to establish a 30-day residency requirement for all elected officials?

Yes
No

School Measures

MEASURE E
Milpitas Unified School District

Parcel Tax
2/3 Vote

To renew, without increasing, expiring local school funding that cannot be taken by the State; maintain core academic programs in science, technology, engineering, arts, athletics and math; attract/retain highly qualified educators, and prepare students for college and the workforce, shall Milpitas Unified School District’s measure be adopted renewing its existing $84 annual parcel tax, providing approximately $1,600,000 annually for eight years, with senior exemptions, independent oversight, no funds for administrator salaries, and all funds benefiting local students?

Yes
No

MEASURE G
Fremont Union High School District

School Bonds
55% Vote

To upgrade classrooms, science labs, and facilities for technology, arts, math, and career technical education; improve ventilation systems; provide essential seismic safety and accessibility upgrades; and, construct and repair sites and facilities, shall the measure authorizing $275 million in Fremont Union High School District bonds at legal rates, raising an estimated $18.2 million annually until approximately 2052, at projected rates of 1.5 cents per $100 of assessed valuation, with citizen's oversight and all funds staying local, be adopted?

Bonds - Yes
Bonds - No

MEASURE H
Mount Pleasant School District

Parcel Tax
2/3 Vote

Mt. Pleasant Elementary School District Quality Education Renewal Measure. To maintain strong core academic programs, including math and science, attract/retain qualified teachers, provide current educational materials, protect art, music, reading and writing programs/access to technology training, keep libraries open, shall Mt. Pleasant Elementary School District’s measure renewing without increasing its expiring $95 annual parcel tax for seven years, be approved, raising $480,000 annually which cannot be taken by the State, with exemptions for seniors, audits, independent oversight, no funds for administrators?

Yes
No

MEASURE I
Alum Rock Union School District

Parcel Tax
2/3 Vote

Without increasing current rates, to help protect schools from budget cuts, to continue improving local elementary/middle schools by protecting reading, writing, math, science, technology and arts/music, recruiting/retaining qualified teachers and counselors, extending student support, shall Alum Rock Union Elementary School District’s measure renewing its existing $214.10 parcel tax for 7 years, adjusted annually, providing $4,500,000 yearly, be adopted, with senior exemptions, independent citizens oversight, no funds for administrator salaries, and all funds staying local to benefit students?

Yes
No

 

Measure information, including the full text, arguments for and against, rebuttal arguments, and an impartial analysis will be available for review. See our abbreviated calendar for applicable review periods. In addition, access the eServices page and enter your home address to retrieve the County Voter Information Guide for your precinct.

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