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City of Oxnard
Measure B - Majority Approval Required

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Election Results


25,393 votes yes (82.48%)

5,395 votes no (17.52%)

100% of precincts reporting (96/96).

11,677 ballots counted.

To increase fiscal accountability, prevent special interest influence/political conflicts of interest, improve City ethics, governance, transparency without new City powers, shall Oxnard City Code be amended to prohibit elected officials from accepting gifts from lobbyists/City contractors; impose contribution limits on candidates for all elected office; limit Mayor/Councilmembers to three consecutive four-year terms, require posting monthly financial reports and all expensive City contracts on City's website for public review?

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— February 17, 0020 Dan Pinedo
On February 12, 2020, the League Of Women Voters: Ventura County and Oxnard College sponsored a forum on Measure B at the Oxnard College Performing arts Center, a measure submitted to the voters by the City of Oxnard. The Measure B will appear on the March 3, 2020 election ballot. David Maron, member of the League Of Women Voters, moderated the forum. Alex Nguyen Oxnard City Manager, and Aaron Starr and Alicia Percell of Moving Oxnard Forward debated the pros and cons of Measure-B based on questions taken from the attending members of the public.
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