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— Sunnyvale Essential Services Protection Measure —


City of Sunnyvale
Measure N - Majority Approval Required

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Election Results


34,099 votes yes (76.9%)

10,241 votes no (23.1%)

  • 100% of precincts reporting (61/61).
  • 51,427 ballots counted.

To maintain Sunnyvale's financial stability without increasing the existing 2% tax rate, and fund essential City services including police, fire and 911 emergency response, and pothole, street, sidewalk, and neighborhood park maintenance/repairs, shall Sunnyvale modernize its existing utility users tax to treat telecommunication taxpayers equally regardless of technology used, providing approximately $1,500,000 annually on an ongoing basis, until ended by voters, with independent audits, and all funds used locally?

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