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It Was Anything But A Cliffhanger: Final Results: Special Election, Nov. 8, 2005

100 percent of precincts reporting.

Proposition 73 – parent notification of abortion

Yes: 3,130,062 47 %, No: 3,465,629 52.6 %

Proposition 74 – teacher tenure

Yes, 2,987,010 44.9 %, No, 3,662,932 55.1%

Proposition 75 – union dues

Yes, 3,092,495 46.5 %, No 3,551,011 53.5 %

Proposition 76 – education funding cuts, increased gubernatorial powers

Yes, 2,522,327 37.9 %, No, 4,115,388 62.1%

Proposition 77 – redistricting

Yes, 2,673,530 40.5%, No, 3,920,487 59.5 %

Proposition 78 – Rx drug discounts

Yes, 2,719,999 41.5 %, No, 3,821,957 58.5 %

Proposition 79 – Rx drug rebates

Yes, 2,523,803 38.9 %, No, 3,950,763 61.1 %

Proposition 80 – electric regulationYes, 2,189,126 34.3%, No, 4,182,374 65.7 %

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