ⓘ 2003 California Proposition 53
Proposition 53 was a California ballot proposition on the October 7, 2003, special recall election ballot. It failed to pass with 3.020.577 votes in favor and 5.318.065 against. It was placed on the ballot by a vote of the state legislature on Assembly Constitutional Amendment 11.
Supporters of this measure argue that the state infrastructure has been neglected for many years, the growth rate, while opponents argued that Californias economic crisis is aggravated budgeting rigidity of the past to lay waste deals like this.
The question before voters was:Should the state dedicate up to 3% of General Fund revenues annually to fund state and local excluding school and community college infrastructure projects?
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