A "Yes" vote approves, and a "No" vote rejects, tribal gaming compacts between the state and the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians and the Wiyot Tribe. Fiscal Impact: One-time payments ($16 million to $35 million) and for 20 years annual payments ($10 million) from Indian tribes to state and local governments to address costs related to the operation of a new casino.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 2,702,157; A: 39.0; N:4,219,881; B: 61.0
Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of State of California; Tom Wheeler, Chairman of Board of Supervisors, Madera County; Robbie Hunter, President State Building & Construction Trades Council of California
Henry Perea, Fresno County Supervisor, Manuel Cunha, Jr., President; Nisei Farmers League; Gary Archuleta, Tribal Chairman, Mooretown Rancheria
Rebuttal Against Author
Robbie Hunter, President of State Building & Construction Trades Council of California; John Anderson, Sheriff of Madera County Sheriff’s Office; Debi Bray, President of Madera Chamber of Commerce
Indian Gaming Compacts. California Proposition 48 (2014).