Assembly Constitutional Amendment 4. Amends section 9, Article XIII of Constitution. Divides State into five equalization districts; declares State Board of Equalization, consisting of member from each district, be elected by qualified electors of respective districts. Eliminates Controller. Prescribes powers and duties of Slate and county boards of equalization. Provides members of present board continue in office until end of term; that Governor appoint fifth member to serve until next election. Provides Legislature may re-define districts, change and stagger terms of office of board members. Eliminates prohibition against assessing certain property above face value.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 540578; A: 28.3; N: 1371153; B: 71.7
Assembly Constitutional Amendment
James J. Boyle, Member of the Assembly, Sixty-sixth District
Robert H. Fouke, Attorney at Law, President, Young Voters League of California
STATE AND COUNTY BOARDS OF EQUALIZATION California Proposition 11 (1938).