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June 7, 2016 —California Primary Election

City of Hemet
Measure E - 2/3 Approval Required

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Election Results

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10,719 votes yes (63.1%)

6,267 votes no (36.9%)

  • 100% of precincts reporting (22/22).
  • 16,986 ballots counted.

To maintain/improve Police, Fire, and Paramedic/911 Emergency services, the number of police officers/firefighters, rapid response to gang violence, tracking of sex offenders/parolees; and, restore anti-gang/anti-drug units, shall the City of Hemet establish a 1 % sales tax (1 cent) for 10 years only, providing $10,000,000 annually, with annual audits, and all funds required by law to be used in Hemet for police/fire services only?
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