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California voters have said yes to a ballot measure that requires that all gasoline tax money be spent on state roads and transportation projects. Voters also have approved the

largest bond issue for parks ever passed in the United States, 2.6 billion dollars.Proposition 41, which would help California counties replace punch-card voting machines, also won.

Voters rejected Proposition 45, which would have softened the state´s term limits for elected officials.

Here´s the breakdown:

Proposition 40 Parks 40

22,976 of 22,976 precincts – 100 percent

x-Yes 2,494,250 – 57 percent

No 1,902,597 – 43 percent

Proposition 41 Modern Voting 41

22,976 of 22,976 precincts – 100 percent

x-Yes 2,229,531 – 51 percent

No 2,103,265 – 49 percent

Proposition 42 Transportation Tax 42

22,976 of 22,976 precincts – 100 percent

x-Yes 3,012,135 – 69 percent

No 1,362,751 – 31 percent

Proposition 43 Vote Count 43

22,976 of 22,976 precincts – 100 percent

x-Yes 3,042,764 – 71 percent

No 1,225,985 – 29 percent

Proposition 44 Insurance Fraud 44

22,976 of 22,976 precincts – 100 percent

x-Yes 3,379,457 – 79 percent

No 876,077 – 21 percent

Proposition 45 Term Limits 45

22,976 of 22,976 precincts – 100 percent

Yes 1,840,565 – 42 percent

x-No 2,515,448 – 58 percent

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