Senate Constitutional Amendment 34. Permits two or more political subdivisions, majority of voters thereof respectively consenting, to jointly frame and adopt articles of agreement for joint exercise of powers and functions common thereto. Defines "political subdivision" as county, city and county, or incorporated city. Prescribes procedure for framing agreement by board of electors elected five from each subdivision, and for adoption, amendment and rescission thereof by majority vote in each subdivision. Agreement when adopted constitutes organic law of political subdivisions parties thereto as to competent matters therein contained.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 630156; A: 48.9; N: 658074; B: 51.1
Senate Constitutional Amendment
Edward H. Tickle, Senator, 25th Senatorial District; Edgar W. Stow, Senator, 31st Senatorial District; Ben Hulse, Senator, 39th Senatorial District; H. L. Parkman, Senator, 21st Senatorial District
AUTHORIZING AGREEMENTS BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS FOR JOINT EXERCISE OF POWERS California Proposition 22 (1934).