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November 08, 2006


By Ted Frank

Prop 89 (see John Sullivan's analysis) fails by over three million votes.

Prop 87, a tax on oil development, fails by a half-million votes. A $2.60/pack tobacco tax, Prop 86, fell by a smaller margin.

Jerry Brown wins the California AG spot by a million votes. Outgoing AG Bill Lockyer wins his race for Treasurer by a similar margin.

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