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Measures on the Ballot

Assigned Measure Letters for the 2016 Presidential Primary Election

  • A         Establish County Ethics Commission to Enforce County Campaign Finance and Ethics Rules
  • B         Require Fiscal Impact Statement for Any Countywide Measure Placed on the Ballot
  • E         Irvine Unified School District School Facilities Improvement District No. 1 General Obligation Bond
  • G         Limiting the Number of Terms Served by a Member of the Orange Unified School District Governing Board
  • H         Dana Point – 2015 Town Center Initiative
  • I           Dana Point – Town Center and Public Parking Improvement 

 

Establishment of an Ethics Commission Measure 

  • Important Deadlines
    • 2/1/16             Legal Notice Published

    • 2/16/16           Direct Arguments Due

    • 2/17/16-2/26/16         Public Review Period for Text and Direct Arguments

    • 3/2/16             Impartial Analysis Received

  • Full Text
  • Impartial Analysis
  • Argument in Favor
  • Legal Notice
    • Notice is hereby given that a measure will be submitted to the voters of Orange County at the Presidential Primary Election to be held on June 7, 2016.  If passed, the proposed measure would amend the County Charter and the County Campaign Reform Ordinance (TINCUP), and would establish a County Ethics Commission.

      Notice is further given that the Registrar of Voters has determined that the last day for filing arguments for or against this measure is February 16, 2016, at the Registrar of Voters’ office, 1300-C South Grand Avenue, Santa Ana.  No arguments shall exceed 300 words in length.  No more than five (5) signatures shall appear with any argument for or against the measure.  For more information on measure arguments, a “Handbook for Submitting Ballot Measure Arguments” is available at the Registrar of Voters’ office (714-567-7600) and on its website, ocvote.com.

      Dated this 27th day of January, 2016

      Neal Kelley
      Registrar of Voters
      County of Orange

County Fiscal Impact Statement Measure 

  • Important Deadlines
    • 3/4/16             Legal Notice Published

    • 3/14/16           Direct Arguments Due

    • 3/15/16-3/24/16          Public Review Period for Text, Impartial Analysis and Direct Arguments

    • 3/24/16           Rebuttal Arguments Due

    • 3/25/16-4/4/16*          Pubic Review Period for Rebuttal Arguments

    • *4/3/16 is a Sunday so due date is the next business day.

  • Full Text
  • Impartial Analysis
  • Argument in Favor
  • Legal Notice
    • Notice is hereby given that a measure will be submitted to the voters of Orange County at the Presidential Primary Election to be held on June 7, 2016.  If passed, the proposed measure would add Article VII, Section 701 to the Charter of Orange County to require fiscal impact statements for countywide measures placed on the ballot.

      Notice is further given that the Registrar of Voters has determined that the last day for filing arguments for or against this measure is March 14, 2016, at the Registrar of Voters’ office, 1300-C South Grand Avenue, Santa Ana.  No arguments shall exceed 300 words in length.  No more than five (5) signatures shall appear with any argument for or against the measure.  For more information on measure arguments, a “Handbook for Submitting Ballot Measure Arguments” is available at the Registrar of Voters’ office (714-567-7600) and on its website, ocvote.com.

      Dated this 2nd day of March, 2016

      Neal Kelley
      Registrar of Voters
      County of Orange

Irvine Unified School School Facility District No. 1, Bond Measure 

  • Important Deadlines
    • 3/4/16             Legal Notice Published

    • 3/14/16           Direct Arguments Due

    • 3/15/16-3/24/16          Public Review Period for Text, Impartial Analysis and Direct Arguments

    • 3/24/16           Rebuttal Arguments Due

    • 3/25/16-4/4/16*          Pubic Review Period for Rebuttal Arguments

    • *4/3/16 is a Sunday so due date is the next business day.

  • Full Text
  • Impartial Analysis
  • Tax Rate Statement
  • Argument in Favor
  • Argument Against
  • Rebuttal to Argument in Favor
  • Rebuttal to Argument Against
  • Legal Notice
    • Notice is hereby given that a bond measure will be submitted to the voters of the Irvine Unified School District, School Facilities Improvement District No. 1, at the Presidential Primary Election to be held on June 7, 2016.  The passage of this measure by at least 55 percent of the registered voters voting on the measure would authorize the school district to issue up to $319 million in bonds at legal rates.  The bonds would be used for the purpose to improve older schools with classrooms, science labs and school facilities that meet the same academic and safety standards as newer schools; update instructional technology and equipment to support science, engineering and other instruction; provide art and music classrooms; make schools accessible for students with disabilities; and improve traffic and safety around schools.

      Notice is further given that the Registrar of Voters has determined that the last day and time for filing arguments for or against this bond measure is March 14, 2016, at the Registrar of Voters’ office, 1300-C South Grand Avenue, Santa Ana. No arguments shall exceed 300 words in length.  No more than 5 signatures shall appear with any argument for or against the measure. For more information on measure arguments, a “Handbook for Submitting Ballot Measure Arguments” is available at the Registrar of Voters office (714-567-7600) and on its website at ocvote.com.

      Dated this 2nd day of March, 2016.

      Neal Kelley
      Registrar of Voters
      County of Orange

Orange Unified School District Term Limit Measure Resolution

  • Full Text
  • Impartial Analysis
  • Legal Notice
    • Notice is hereby given that a measure will be submitted to the voters of the Orange Unified School District at the Presidential Primary Election to be held on June 7, 2016.  If passed, the proposed measure would limit the number of terms a member of the governing board may serve on the governing board of the school district to three terms.

      Notice is further given that the Registrar of Voters has determined that the last day for filing arguments for or against this measure is March 21, 2016, at the Registrar of Voters’ office, 1300-C South Grand Avenue, Santa Ana.  No arguments shall exceed 300 words in length.  No more than five (5) signatures shall appear with any argument for or against the measure.  For more information on measure arguments, a “Handbook for Submitting Ballot Measure Arguments” is available at the Registrar of Voters’ office (714-567-7600) and on its website, ocvote.com.

      Dated this 11th day of March, 2016

      Neal Kelley

      Registrar of Voters

      County of Orange

Dana Point Town Center Initiative

 

Dana Point Town Center and Public Parking Initiative