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Election 2016: Measures D - N

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SAN DIEGO - There are several measures on the ballot covering issues including raising the hotel room tax, authorizing an increase in the number of affordable housing units the city can be involved in and procedures for removing wayward elected officials.

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. With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, here are the numbers: NO - 59.82% | YES - 40.18% 

Measure E: an outgrowth of former Mayor Bob Filner's scandals that would provide procedures for removing wayward elected officials and add conditions in which an office is determined to be vacant. With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, here are the numbers: YES - 86.70% | NO - 13.30% 

Measure F: lowers the probationary period for deputy city attorneys from two years to one year. With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, here are the numbers: YES - 68.06% | NO - 31.94% 

Measure G: provides some basic reforms for the Citizens Review Board on Police Practices. With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, here are the numbers: YES - 81.95% |NO - 18.05%

Measure H: would consolidate City Charter provisions on purchasing and contracting. With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, here are the numbers: YES - 77.40% | NO - 22.60% 

Measure I: will decide whether San Diego High School will be allowed to remain operating on city-owned parkland after its lease expires in eight years. With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, here are the numbers: YES - 77.00% | NO - 23.00% 

Measure J: would amend a City Charter section on Mission Bay Park lease revenue to provide a greater portion for improvements at other regional parks. With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, here are the numbers: YES - 71.45% | NO - 28.55% 

Measure K: would require November runoff elections for city offices. With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, here are the numbers: YES - 58.19% | NO - 41.81% 

Measure L: would place citizens initiatives and referendums on general election ballots only, unless the City Council chose to place them before voters earlier. With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, here are the numbers: YES - 65.59% | NO - 34.41% 

Measure M: would authorize an increase in the number of affordable housing units the city can be involved in developing or acquiring by
nearly 39,000. With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, here are the numbers: YES - 65.53% | NO - 34.47% 

Measure N: would establish a levy on marijuana dispensaries if a state proposition allowing recreational use passes, but not impact the drug when sold for medical purposes. With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, here are the numbers: YES - 68.57% | NO - 31.43%

The 35 ballot measures around the county also include 10 school district bond issues, proposed sales tax hikes in Chula Vista and Del Mar, repeals of medical marijuana dispensary bans in La Mesa and Lemon Grove, and a move to City Council elections by district in El Cajon.

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