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ASSEMBLY DISTRICTS. ELECTIONS. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Reduces Assembly districts from eighty to eight districts of ten members each. Each district consists of five Senatorial districts. After primary election, first ten candidates receiving highest votes within each party, are nominated as well as qualified independent candidates. At general election, voters vote for party or independent candidates. For each 10% of vote, a party or independent candidate gets one of 10 Assembly district offices. Party nominees selected in order of votes received in primary election. Secretary of State to fill Assembly member vacancy from candidates in prior general election. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: The adoption of this measure could result in savings in state costs of over $1 million each decade, and unknown net increased county costs, potentially several million dollars, in each two-year election cycle.
Mr. C. T. Weber Voter'S State Chair, Fair Ballot Initiative, 9616 Caminito Tizona, San Diego, Ca 92126
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Assembly Districts. Elections. California Initiative 478 (1989).