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Election Live Stream: Obama says he'll smooth transfer of power


UPDATED: Wednesday, Nov. 9 - 9:41 AM

President Barack Obama says he's instructing his team to make sure there is a peaceful transfer of power to Donald Trump. MORE >>

UPDATED: Wednesday, Nov. 9 - 9:41 AM

Hillary Clinton spoke to her supporters Wednesday morning. It was her first public remarks since her stunning defeat to Donald Trump in the U.S. presidential election. She spoke at a New York hotel. MORE >>

UPDATED: Wednesday, Nov. 9 - 9:41 AM

Donald Trump claimed his place Wednesday as America's 45th president, an astonishing victory for the celebrity businessman and political novice who capitalized on voters' economic anxieties, took advantage of racial tensions and overcame a string of sexual assault allegations on his way to the White House. MORE >>


UPDATED: Wednesday, Nov.9 - 10:17 AM

MEASURE A - A ballot measure that would raise the sales tax countywide by a half-cent to fund infrastructure improvements in the San Diego region gained the support of a majority of voters but fell short of the threshold necessary for passage. MORE >>

MEASURE B - Measure B, which would authorize a 608-acre development in the Lilac Hills section of Valley Center, was opposed by 64.2 percent of voters with 100 percent reporting. MORE >>


UPDATED: Wednesday, Nov.9 - 10:17 AM

MEASURE C - City of San Diego voters delivered a powerful electoral blow to a ballot measure that would have raised hotel room taxes to partially fund a downtown football stadium for the Chargers, with support falling well short of the two-thirds that was required. MORE >>

MEASURE D - Measure D, which would have redirected tourism financing in San Diego, barred an onsite expansion of the convention center and set aside Qualcomm Stadium for educational and park uses if it's abandoned by the Chargers, was handily rejected by voters. MORE >>


UPDATED: Wednesday, Nov.9 - 10:17 AM

PROP 56 TOBACCO TAX - The price of a pack of cigarettes -- and other tobacco products -- will be going up in California, with voters overwhelmingly backing a $2-per-pack tax to fund health care, tobacco-use prevention and other programs. MORE >>

PROP 62 DEATH PENALTY - The death penalty will remain on the books in California, with voters rejecting a bid to abolish the punishment, but a competing measure designed to speed up executions was too close to call. MORE >>

PROP 64 MARIJUANA - California has joined a growing trend across the country by approving the recreational use of marijuana and hemp. Proposition 64 will also establish packaging, labeling, advertising and marketing standards and restrictions for marijuana products. MORE >>

PROP 67 PLASTIC BAG - Plastic grocery bags will be banned in California, with voters narrowly validating the Legislature's previously approved prohibition, while residents defeating an initiative redirecting money collected by stores from the sale of carry-out bags to a fund supporting environmental projects. MORE >>


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