Voter-Approved Public Employee Pension Reform Measures in California Cities of San Diego and San Jose: Links to Primary Source Documents

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Don’t rely on political propaganda and newspaper articles! Look at the primary source documents for yourself.

Pension Reform Approved by Voters on June 5, 2012 in the City of San Diego

Go to http://www.sandiego.gov/city-clerk/pdf/pensionbenefits.pdf to get the following information:

  • Text of Proposition B
  • Ballot Description for Proposition B
  • City Attorney’s Impartial Analysis of Proposition B
  • Fiscal Impact of Proposition B
  • Arguments in Voter Guide For and Against Proposition B

Election Results for Proposition B – 66% Voter Approval

Campaign Contributions For and Against Proposition B

Web Site for Yes on Proposition B Campaign: “San Diego’s Pension Reform Headquarters”

Web Site for No on Proposition B Campaign: “San Diego Can Do Better”

Compilation of Legal Action to Stop Measure B, Before and After the Election (from the web site of the Deputy City Attorneys Association of San Diego, a public employee union)

Pension Reform Approved by Voters on June 5, 2012 in the City of San José

Text of Measure B

San José City Clerk’s Impartial Analysis of Measure B and Arguments in Voter Guide For and Against Measure B

Election Results for Measure B – 69% Voter Approval

Campaign Contributions For and Against Measure B

Web Site for Yes on Measure B Campaign: “San José Fiscal Reforms”

Web Site for No on Measure B Campaign: “San José Can Do Better”

2012-06-05 City of San Jose Preemptive Dispute Resolution Measure B 

2012-06-06 Firefighters Lawsuit Against San Jose Measure B

2012-06-06 City of San Jose Preemptive Dispute Resolution Measure B

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