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2005 News Releases and Advisories

Number Date Title
05:148 12/28/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Minimum Wage. Increases and Future Adjustments. Initiative Statute.
  2. Minimum Wage. Increases and Future Adjustments. Initiative Statute.
05:147 12/28/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Tax on Cigarettes. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
  2. Tax on Cigarettes. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
05:146 12/21/05 Statement from Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Regarding Release of EAC Audit of Shelley Administration
05:145 12/20/05 Statement from Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Regarding Status of Diebold Application for Voting System Certification
05:144 12/16/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Announces Certification of Vote for November 8th Special Statewide Election
05:143 12/14/05 Four Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Marriage. Elimination of Domestic Partnership Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Marriage. Elimination of Domestic Partnership Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  3. Marriage. Elimination of Domestic Partnership Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  4. Marriage. Elimination of Domestic Partnership Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:142 12/13/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Visits Bay Area Iraqi Polling Location - State's Top Elections Official Visits Pleasanton Location For Historic Parliamentary Vote
05:141 12/9/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Alcoholic Beverages. Use by Minors. Open Containers. Importation for Personal Consumption. Initiative Statute.
05:140 12/8/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Announces Creation of Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee
05:139 12/5/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Marriage. Elimination of Domestic Partnership Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Marriage. Elimination of Domestic Partnership Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:138 12/5/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Marriage. Elimination of Domestic Partnership Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:137 12/5/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Citizenship and Residency. Public Benefits and Services. Voting. Initiative Statute.
  2. Right to Possess Firearms. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:136 11/17/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Election Day Holiday. Initiative Statute.
05:135 11/17/05 Three Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Marriage. Elimination of Domestic Partnership Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Invalidation of Domestic Partnerships. Marriage. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  3. Marriage. Elimination of Domestic Partnership Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:134 11/7/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Issues List of Election Day Do's and Don'ts for Tomorrow's Special Statewide Election
05:133 11/3/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Predicts 42% Turnout for the November 8th Special Statewide Election
05:132 11/3/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Encourages Voter Participation in the November 8th Special Statewide Election - Election Information Available On Line at www.ss.ca.gov
05:131 11/3/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Appeals to Eligible Citizens in San Joaquin County to Serve as Poll Workers
05:130 11/3/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Reminds Employers of Law Allowing Employees Time Off to Vote - California Law Allows Workers up to Two Hours of Paid Time Off to Vote
05:129 11/2/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Releases Final Voter Registration Figures for November 8th Election - Numbers are as of 15-Days before the November 8, 2005 Special Statewide Election
05:128 11/2/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Commends Local Elections Officials for Their Efforts in Preparation for the Special Statewide Election - Critical Preparations for the November 8th Special Statewide Election are Underway
05:127 11/2/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Announces that California is First in the Nation to Comply with Help America Vote Act Requirement - Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Announces Agreement with U.S. Department of Justice to Implement Statewide Voter Registration Database
05:126 11/2/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Cigarette Tax. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
  2. ax on Cigarettes. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
05:125 11/2/05 Proposed Referendum Enters Circulation - Referendum Petition to Overturn Law Authorizing Dog-Breed-Specific Ordinances
05:124 10/31/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Reminds Voters of Absentee and Early Voting Options for the Special Statewide Election - Absentee Ballot Applications Available on-line in seven different languages at www.ss.ca.gov
05:123 10/27/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Promotes Early Voting in California's November 8th Special Statewide Election - McPherson Reminds Voters of the November 1st Deadline to Request an Absentee Ballot
05:122 10/26/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Reminds Campaign Committees of Thursday, October 27th Filing Deadline
05:121 10/25/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Appeals to Eligible Citizens in Santa Clara County to Serve as Election Officers
05:120 10/25/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Appeals to Eligible Citizens in San Diego County to Serve as Poll Workers
05:119 10/25/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Appeals to Eligible Citizens in Butte County to Serve as Poll Workers
05:118 10/25/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Appeals to Eligible Citizens in Alameda County to serve as Poll Workers
05:117 10/24/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Reminds Californians of Last Day to Register to Vote for November 8th Special Statewide Election - Secretary of State Office will remain open until 8pm tonight to accept registration cards
05:116 10/21/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Wealth Tax. Tax Rates. Tax Credits. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
05:115 10/18/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Announces Creation of The Secretary of State's Task Force for Online Disclosure Reform
05:114 10/10/05 Easy Voter Guides Help Make Voting Easier - New guides for upcoming Special Statewide Election available online and sent to over 900 organizations
05:113 10/7/05 Statement By Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Regarding the Signing of AB 1636
05:112 10/6/05 California Archives Week Celebrates "Discovering Historical Treasures of the Golden State" with Week Long Events
05:111 10/5/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Outlines New Efforts to Ensure Voter Confidence and the Integrity of Every Vote Cast - Secretary McPherson Announces Statewide Electronic Voting System Requirements and New Office of Voting System Technology
05:110 10/3/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Releases 60-Day Report of Registration for November 8 Special Statewide Election
05:109 9/30/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Encourages Overseas Voters to Vote in the 48th Congressional District Vacancy Special Election - Election to be held Tuesday, October 4th
05:108 9/28/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Reminds Campaign Committees of Filing Disclosure Deadline - Midnight Thursday, September 29
05:107 9/23/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Sex Offenders. Sexually Violent Predators. Punishment, Residence Restrictions and Monitoring. Initiative Statute.
  2. Invalidation of Domestic Partnerships. Marriage. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:106 9/16/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Issues Directives to Counties For Special Statewide Election - Elections Officials are Directed to Implement Measures to Ensure Voter Confidence and Integrity of Upcoming Election
05:105 9/14/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Marriage. Elimination of Domestic Partnership Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:104 9/13/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Hosts Foreign Delegation to Discuss Voting & Election Issues - Secretary McPherson Welcomes Legislators from the Gulf Region to Sacramento
05:103 9/12/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Encourages Overseas Voters to Vote in 53rd Assembly Vacancy Special Election - Election to be held Tuesday, September 13th
05:102 9/9/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Casino-Style Gaming District. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:101 9/9/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Appoints New Chief of Management Services Division
05:100 9/9/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Announces New Streamlined Electronic Filing System
05:099 9/9/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Identity Theft. Criminal Gang Activity. Forensic Computer Analysis Fund. Initiative Statute.
05:098 9/7/05 California's Original State Constitution to be on Display - Rare chance to see the 1849 Constitution in honor of the State's 155th Birthday
05:097 8/29/05 Text of Letter from Secretary of State Bruce McPherson to Orange County Acting Registrar of Voters
05:096 8/29/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Urges Overseas Voters to Vote in Nov. 8 Special Statewide Election - Applications and Registration Forms Available Through Website
05:095 8/23/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Announces Results of Random Alphabet Drawing for Congressional District 48 Special Election - Elections scheduled for October 4 (primary) and December 6, 2005 (general)
05:094 8/23/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Makes Key Appointments - Communications and Legislative Directors
05:093 8/19/05 Secretary Bruce McPherson Appoints 33 Year Veteran Of Secretary of State's Office to Run Elections Division
05:092 8/18/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Announces Results of Random Alphabet Drawing for UDEL Elections - Elections scheduled for November 8, 2005
05:091 8/17/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Insists on User-Friendly Voting Machines For Disability Community
05:090 8/15/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Public Preschool Education. Tax Increase on Incomes Over $400,000 for Individuals; $800,000 for Couples. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
05:089 8/15/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Lays Out Reforms to Improve the Initiative Process
05:088 8/12/05 Statement by Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Regarding Supreme Court Ruling on Proposition 77
05:085 8/9/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation - A total of 41 initiatives are currently in circulation for signatures
05:084 8/3/05 Statement from Secretary of State Bruce McPherson's Press Office Regarding the Cancellation of the Special Election
05:083 8/3/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Toughens Requirement on Makers of Voting Machines - Manufacturers - for the first time - must assume full financial responsibility to meet state and federal laws
05:082 8/2/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Political Contributions and Expenditures by Corporations. Shareholder Consent Requirements. Limits and Penalties. Initiative Statute.
05:081 8/2/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Announces Results of Random Alphabet Drawing for Assembly District 53 Special Election - Election scheduled for September 13 and November 8, 2005
05:080 8/1/05 Candidates, Campaign Committees, Lobbying Entities Have Filing Deadline Today - Campaign, lobbying reports can be viewed on CAL-ACCESS at http://cal-access.ss.ca.gov/
05:079 7/28/05 Statement from Secretary Bruce McPherson's Office Regarding State Ballot Pamphlet
05:078 7/27/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Marriage. Invalidation of Domestic Partnerships. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Marriage. Exclusive Legal Status for Married Spouses. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:077 7/27/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Puts Contents of State Voter Guide on Public Display - 20-Day Period for Public Examination of Materials Begins
05:076 7/22/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Marriage. Elimination of Domestic Partnership Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:075 7/22/05 Secretary of State's Office to Conduct Random Alphabet Drawing for Assembly District 53 Special Election
05:074 7/22/05 NEWS ADVISORY: Regarding removal of Proposition 80 from November 8 Special Statewide Election Ballot
05:073 7/21/05 Statement From Secretary of State Bruce McPherson on Today's Proposition 77 Ruling
05:072 7/18/05 Three Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. California Border Police. Immigration. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Fees/Charges. Taxes. Vote Requirement. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  3. Vote Requirement. Taxes. Redefinition of Fees/Charges. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:071 7/14/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - State Payments to Parents of Public School Children. Standardized Testing. Initiative Statute.
05:070 7/14/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Definition of Fees, Charges, Taxes. Vote Requirements. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. State Holidays. Statewide General Elections. Initiative Statute.
05:069 7/13/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Asks Court to Determine What Version of the Redistricting Initiative to Place on the Ballot - Chief Elections Official Seeks Swift Judicial Decision to Fulfill Constitutional Duties
05:068 7/8/05 Secretary of State McPherson Fulfills Constitutional Duty - Intends to Place All Eight Qualified Initiatives on the Ballot
05:067 7/7/05 Secretary of State McPherson Intends to Place All Eight (8)Initiatives on Nov. 8 Ballot
05:066 7/5/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Assigns Numbers to Eight Measures Certified for the Special Statewide Election - Invites Californians to Submit Ballot Arguments by Tuesday, July 12, 2005
05:065 6/28/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Delivers Good News to North State Residents - Counties will be receiving up to $8 million to make voting more user-friendly
05:064 6/24/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Travels to Northern California to Update Local Elections Officials on Federal Funding To Make Voting More User-Friendly
05:063 6/22/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Appoints Political Reform Chief - John Keplinger to Serve as Division Chief
05:062 6/20/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Certifies 8th Initiative for November Special Election Ballot - Electric Service Providers Re-Regulation to Be Decided
05:061 6/16/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Certifies Seventh Initiative For Special Election Ballot - Second Prescription Drug Discount Measure Qualifies.
05:060 6/15/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Certifies Sixth Initiative for Special Election Ballot - Prescription Drug Discount Measure Qualifies.
05:059 6/15/05 Secretary of State Investigation Results in San Joaquin County Man Being Charged with Five Felony Counts - District Attorney Filed Charges Against Tracy Man with Felony Election Fraud
05:058 6/10/05 California Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Signals Concerns About Looming Federal Election Law Deadlines - Help America Vote Act provisions for statewide voter registration and new voting systems take effect in six months
05:057 6/10/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Certifies Two More Initiatives for Statewide Ballot - School Funding and Reapportionment Measures Qualify.
05:056 6/9/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson to Give Commencement Speech and Receive Honorary Doctorate at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
05:055 6/6/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Certifies Two Initiatives for Statewide Ballot - Public Employee Union Dues and Teacher Tenure Measures Qualify
05:054 6/6/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Elections. Electronic Voting Machines. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:053 6/2/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Delivers HAVA Money for Californians - $169 Million of Federal Funding Released to Make Voting User-friendly
05:052 6/1/05 Secretary of State McPherson to Announce Receipt of HAVA Money - California to Receive $169 Million in HAVA Money
05:051 5/31/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Announces Key Executive Team
05:050 5/31/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Welcomes Federal Review of Shelley HAVA Spending - Auditors Begin Work Ordered by EAC in January
05:049 5/31/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Welcomes Iraqi Students to Study Elections
05:048 5/16/05 Secretary of State McPherson Certifies His First Initiative - Termination of Minor's Pregnancy. Waiting Period and Parental Notification Qualifies
05:047 5/16/05 Secretary of State McPherson Updates Status of Initiatives
05:046 5/12/05 Secretary of State McPherson Reports New Initiative Enters Circulation - State Court Orders and Judgments. Publication of Appellate Decisions. Initiative Constitutional Amendment
05:045 5/3/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Appoints Casey Beyer Chief Assistant Secretary of State
05:044 5/3/05 Secretary of State McPherson Travels to Washington, DC to Secure HAVA Funding
05:043 4/29/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Reminds Committees and Lobbyists of Filing Deadline - Deadline is Monday for both electronic and paper filings
05:042 4/21/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Opens Governor "Pat" Brown Exhibit
05:041 4/13/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Hires Key Elections Expert to Lead Elections Programs - Alameda Registrar of Voters Brad Clark to Join Team
05:040 4/11/05 Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Appoints Undersecretary of State
05:039 4/08/05 Two Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Legislative Vote Requirement for Taxes. Redefinition of Tax. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Expansion of Constitutional Definition of a Person to Include the Unborn, and Related Rights. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:038 4/08/05 Secretary of State McPherson Releases Odd-Numbered Year Report of Registrations.
05:037 4/04/05 Three Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Regulation of Electric Services. Initiative Statute.
  2. Urban Tribal Casinos. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
  3. Prohibition Against Defined Benefit Public Pensions. Exception for University of California. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
05:036 4/01/05 Three Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Prescription Drugs. Discounts. Initiative Statute.
  2. Casino-Style Gaming District. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  3. School Funding. State Spending. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:035 3/30/05 Bruce McPherson Sworn in as California Secretary of State
05:034 3/30/05 Media Availability Announcement
05:033 3/29/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Prohibition on Government Employee Payroll Deductions for Political Purposes. Initiative Statute.
05:032 3/23/05 Three Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Commercial Real Property Taxation. Reassessment, Exemptions, and Revenue Distribution. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Commercial Property Taxes, Exemptions. Revenues for Schools, Transportation, Public Safety. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  3. Defined Benefit Retirement Plan. Private Sector Employees. Initiative Statute.
05:031 3/22/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Residential and Commercial Property Tax Rates. Homeowners' Exemption. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Increase in Minimum Wage. Initiative Statute.
05:030 3/22/05 Three Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Corporate and Commercial Property Tax Increase. Sales Tax Reduction. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
  2. Corporate Taxation. Transportation and Road Maintenance Funding. Initiative Statute.
  3. Corporate and Commercial Property Tax Increase. Reduction in Sales Tax. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
05:029 3/21/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Minimum Wage Increase. Initiative Statute.
05:028 3/18/05 Three Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Prescription Drug Program. Initiative Statute.
  2. Prescription Drugs. Initiative Statute.
  3. Prescription Drugs Act. Initiative Statute.
05:027 3/18/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Compacts Allowing Tribal Casinos. Urban Areas. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Urban Areas. Tribal Casino Compacts. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:026 3/18/05 Four Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. School Employment Decisions. Employee Performance. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Electric Service Providers. Regulation. Initiative Statute.
  3. Juvenile Courts. Child's Mental Health Treatment. Parental Consent. Initiative Statute.
  4. Mid-Decade District Reapportionment. Congressional Exception. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:025 3/16/05 Proposed Automobile Dealer and Used Car Buyer-Related Initiative Enters Circulation - Automobile Dealers. Buyers' Right to Cancel. Purchase. Seller Disclosures. Initiative Statute.
05:024 3/16/05 Proposed Corporate Political Contribution Restrictions Initiative Enters Circulation - Corporate Political Contributions and Expenditures. Stockholder Consent Requirement. Unlawful Receipt. Initiative Statute.
05:023 3/16/05 Proposed Spending Limits Initiative Enters Circulation - Government Spending Limits. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:022 3/11/05 Three Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Corporate Tax Preferences. Same Percent Vote Requirements. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. State-Negotiated Prescription Drug Rebates, Discounts. Initiative Statute.
  3. Prescription Drug Discounts. State-Negotiated Rebates. Initiative Statute.
05:021 3/11/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. K-12 Education. Funding. Commercial Property Taxes. Initiative Statute and Constitutional Amendment
  2. Funding K-12 Education. Commercial Property Taxes. Initiative Statute and Constitutional Amendment.
05:020 3/11/05 Five Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. State/local spending limits. Vote requirement for fees/charges. School funding. State Mandates. Bonds. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. State Mandates. State/Local Spending Limits. Vote Requirement for Fees/Charges. Bonds. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  3. Fiscal Emergency. State Budget. State/Local Spending Limits. Vote Requirement for Fees/Charges. Bonds. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  4. School Funding. Fiscal Emergency. State/Local Spending Limits. Vote Requirement for Fees/Charges. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  5. State Budget. School Funding. Fiscal Emergency. State/Local Spending Limits. Vote Requirement for Fees/Charges. Bonds. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:019 3/10/05 Three Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Minimum Wage. Increases and Future Adjustments. Initiative Statute.
  2. Reapportioning Election Districts. Congressional Exception. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  3. Voter Identification Requirement. Initiative Statute.
05:018 3/7/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Same Percentage Vote Requirement for Ballot Measures. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Ballot Measure. Same Percent Vote Requirement. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
05:017 3/7/05 Cathy Mitchell Becomes Acting Secretary of State
KS05:016 3/4/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Political Activities of Public Employee Unions. Funding. Initiative Statute.
KS05:015 3/4/05 Secretary of State Kevin Shelley Removes Need to File Duplicate Lobbying Disclosure Reports
KS05:014 3/4/05 Five Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. School Funding Allocations. State-required Percentage for Direct Classroom Instruction. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
  2. Charter Schools. Additional Authorization and Funding. Initiative Statute.
  3. Public School Teachers. Waiting Period for Permanent Status. Dismissal. Initiative Statute.
  4. Appropriation Limits. School Funding, Class Size Requirement. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  5. Fees. Appropriation Limits. Public School Funding, Class Size Requirements. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
KS05:013 2/28/05 Four Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Prohibition on Defined Benefit Public Pensions. Alternative Plans. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
  2. Mental Health Services Act. Repeal. Initiative Statute.
  3. Public Employee Union Dues. Required Employee Consent for Political Contributions. Initiative Statute.
  4. District Reapportionment. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
KS05:012 2/25/05 Four Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. District Boundary Changes. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. Changing District Boundaries. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  3. Reapportioning District Boundaries. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  4. Reapportionment of Districts. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
KS05:011 2/23/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Public Service Contracts with Private Parties. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. State Government Reorganization Plans. Legislative Vote Requirement. Initiative Statute.
KS05:010 2/22/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Car Dealers. Buyers' Right to Cancel Purchase. Seller Disclosures. Initiative Statute.
KS05:009 2/8/05 Two Proposed Initiatives Enter Circulation -
  1. Economic Development Banks. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
  2. California Petroleum Commission. Initiative Statute.
KS05:008 2/3/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Reapportionment. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
KS05:007 1/31/05 Secretary of State Kevin Shelley Urges Overseas Voters to Vote in 5th CD Special Election - Applications and Registration Forms Available through Web
KS05:006 1/31/05 Candidates, Campaign Committees, Lobbying Entities Have Filing Deadline Today - Campaign, lobbying reports can be viewed on CAL-ACCESS at http://cal-access.ss.ca.gov/
KS05:005 1/27/05 Statement from Secretary of State Kevin Shelley's Press Office Regarding the Election Assistance Committee's Decision to Audit California's HAVA Funds
KS05:004 1/26/05 Secretary of State Kevin Shelley Announces Results of Random Alphabet Drawing for March 8, 2005 Congressional District 5 Special Election
KS05:003 1/21/05 SECRETARY OF STATE KEVIN SHELLEY CERTIFIES VOTING SYSTEM WITH PAPER AUDIT TRAIL - First AVVPAT System Certified for Statewide Use in California
KS05:002 1/20/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Waiting Period and Parental Notification Prior to Termination of Minor's Pregnancy. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
KS05:001 1/5/05 Proposed Initiative Enters Circulation - Public School. Restrictions on Sex-Related Instruction. Initiative Statute.

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