Prop 35 Election Results

Prop 35 Election Results – November 2012

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Proposition 35

Human Trafficking

Yes

No

State Totals

10,078,476

2,310,612

Percent

81.3%

18.7%

Alameda

443,513

119,047

Percent

78.8%

21.2%

Alpine

516

108

Percent

82.7%

17.3%

Amador

13,557

3,612

Percent

79.0%

21.0%

Butte

66,879

19,721

Percent

77.2%

22.8%

Calaveras

16,653

4,282

Percent

79.5%

20.5%

Colusa

4,702

1,137

Percent

80.5%

19.5%

Contra Costa

351,062

68,933

Percent

83.6%

16.4%

Del Norte

7,067

1,337

Percent

84.1%

15.9%

El Dorado

69,137

16,398

Percent

80.8%

19.2%

Fresno

208,472

41,392

Percent

83.4%

16.6%

Glenn

6,936

1,884

Percent

78.6%

21.4%

Humboldt

43,651

11,480

Percent

79.2%

20.8%

Imperial

31,479

5,628

Percent

84.8%

15.2%

Inyo

6,255

1,477

Percent

80.9%

19.1%

Kern

182,374

33,704

Percent

84.4%

15.6%

Kings

25,271

5,604

Percent

81.8%

18.2%

Lake

18,846

3,908

Percent

82.8%

17.2%

Lassen

8,780

1,673

Percent

84.0%

16.0%

Los Angeles

2,362,338

616,497

Percent

79.3%

20.7%

Madera

32,045

6,905

Percent

82.3%

17.7%

Marin

105,702

21,653

Percent

83.0%

17.0%

Mariposa

6,743

2,012

Percent

77.0%

23.0%

Mendocino

27,552

6,833

Percent

80.1%

19.9%

Merced

49,282

11,003

Percent

81.7%

18.3%

Modoc

3,133

755

Percent

80.6%

19.4%

Mono

4,047

918

Percent

81.5%

18.5%

Monterey

102,879

16,127

Percent

86.4%

13.6%

Napa

45,843

8,412

Percent

84.5%

15.5%

Nevada

40,006

9,605

Percent

80.6%

19.4%

Orange

884,937

182,489

Percent

82.9%

17.1%

Placer

134,415

30,746

Percent

81.4%

18.6%

Plumas

8,181

1,654

Percent

83.2%

16.8%

Riverside

533,527

102,001

Percent

84.0%

16.0%

Sacramento

382,521

111,889

Percent

77.4%

22.6%

San Benito

15,679

2,711

Percent

85.3%

14.7%

San Bernardino

465,308

96,426

Percent

82.8%

17.2%

San Diego

950,010

181,641

Percent

83.9%

16.1%

San Francisco

238,995

92,349

Percent

72.1%

27.9%

San Joaquin

167,179

29,467

Percent

85.0%

15.0%

San Luis Obispo

97,921

21,586

Percent

81.9%

18.1%

San Mateo

225,022

45,363

Percent

83.2%

16.8%

Santa Barbara

124,037

31,203

Percent

79.9%

20.1%

Santa Clara

512,269

101,916

Percent

83.4%

16.6%

Santa Cruz

89,556

24,135

Percent

78.8%

21.2%

Shasta

60,715

12,485

Percent

82.9%

17.1%

Sierra

1,406

338

Percent

80.6%

19.4%

Siskiyou

16,009

3,153

Percent

83.5%

16.5%

Solano

124,044

22,636

Percent

84.6%

15.4%

Sonoma

168,518

37,282

Percent

81.9%

18.1%

Stanislaus

127,762

22,785

Percent

84.9%

15.1%

Sutter

23,576

5,793

Percent

80.3%

19.7%

Tehama

17,822

4,522

Percent

79.8%

20.2%

Trinity

4,394

1,196

Percent

78.6%

21.4%

Tulare

81,121

16,982

Percent

82.7%

17.3%

Tuolumne

19,610

4,291

Percent

82.0%

18.0%

Ventura

249,588

60,214

Percent

80.6%

19.4%

Yolo

53,918

17,754

Percent

75.2%

24.8%

Yuba

15,716

3,560

Percent

81.5%

18.5%

Source: California Secretary of State website. November 6, 2012 General Election – Statement of Vote. State Ballot Measures (Propositions 30 – 40) by County.