Office of the City Clerk
On the ballot: Mayors race; City Attorneys race; Council race in District 1; seven City propositions
- City Attorney
- Council District 1
- Proposition D
- Proposition E
- Proposition F
- Proposition G
- Proposition H
- Proposition J
- Proposition K
Candidates Statements of Qualifications
- Mayoral Candidates (does not include write-in candidate)
- Attorney Candidates
- District 1 Candidates
- Prop D: Access to Government Information
Charter Amendment. Provides the people the right of access to information concerning the conduct of the peoples business.
Results: YES 337,887; NO 71,369
- Prop E: Ethics Commission Independent Legal Counsel
Charter Amendment. Enables the Ethics Commission to retain its own legal counsel, rather than be represented by the City Attorney.
Results: YES 309,091; NO 91,600
- Prop F: Strong Mayor Trial Form of Governance
Charter Amendment. Changes City Manager structure of government to a Strong Mayor structure of government for a five-year trial period starting January 1, 2006.
Results: YES 209,773; NO 198,097
- Prop G: City Contributions to Retirement System
Charter Amendment. Precludes certain agreements delaying full actuarial funding of City contributions to the Retirement System and defines certain amortization schedules.
Results: YES 202,238; NO 175,242
- Prop H: Composition of Retirement Board
Charter Amendment. Changes the composition of the Retirement Board.
Results: YES 247,646; NO 134,727
- Prop J: Transient Occupancy Tax Increase
Charter Amendment; Municipal Code Amendment. Increases the transient occupancy tax (TOT) from 10.5% to 13% to be used for general governmental purposes.
Results: YES 175,031; NO 245,805
- Prop K: Sale of Portion of Mt. Soledad Natural Park
Regards the sale of a portion of Mt. Soledad Natural Park and the transfer of ownership of the cross on that property.
Results: YES 177,062; NO 256,745