Prop 30 Results: Voters Reject The Climate Measure
Proposition 30 would have imposed an additional 1.75% income tax on Californians making more than $2 million dollars per year to fund electric vehicle subsidies and charging infrastructure, as well as fire prevention.
But it didn't go over at the polls, with The Associated Press calling the measure defeated.
Understanding The Measure
In plain English, if this ballot measure had passed, millionaires would have paid an additional income tax to raise more funds to support the transition to electric vehicles, as well as fire prevention.
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A Note On The Results
Keep in mind that in tight races particularly, the winner may not be determined for days or weeks after Election Day. In L.A. County, the first batch of results released includes vote by mail ballots received before Election Day, followed by early votes cast at vote centers before Election Day, then votes cast in-person on Election Day. This process is expected to wrap up in the early hours of Nov. 9. Then, additional results will be released following a schedule you can see on the county's site. In California, ballots postmarked on or before Nov. 8 are counted toward the results as long as they arrive within seven days of the election. Results must be certified by county election officials by Dec. 8.
Tracking your ballot
You can track the status of your ballot:
- Voters in L.A. County
- Voters anywhere in California
If your mail-in ballot is rejected for any reason (like a missing or mismatched signature), your county registrar must contact you to give you a chance to fix it. In Los Angeles County, the registrar will send you a notification by mail and you have until Nov. 28 to reply and "cure" your ballot.
How We're Covering This Election
Early voters and mail-in ballots have fundamentally reshaped how votes are counted and when election results are known.
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