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May 2009 Special Election

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Proposition 1E - Mental Health Services Funding. Temporary Reallocation. Helps Balance State Budget. Fail

Legislative Statutory Amendment

Official Summary:

What a Yes or No Vote Means

A “YES” vote on this measure means: A portion of funds previously approved by the voters under Proposition 63 to support the expansion of community mental health programs will be redirected over the next two years to achieve state General Fund savings.

A “NO” vote on this measure means: All Proposition 63 funds would continue to be used to support the expansion of community mental health programs. Other budget reductions or revenue increases would be needed to address the state’s fiscal problems.

Official Voter Guide page

This page features the Legislative Analyst's analysis, pro-con arguments, legislative votes and the full proposition text.

Campaign Web Sites and Contact Information

Who Signed the Ballot Arguments

News Stories

This page provides excerpts from and links to news coverage of the propositions on the ballot.

Follow the Money

Proposition 1E
Campaign funds raised through May 2, 2009




Total Raised



Top Donors





Governor Schwarzenegger's
California Dream Team
Burbank, CA


California Council of Community Mental Health Agencies
Sacramento, CA



A. Jerrold Perenchio
Partner, Chartwell Partners, LLC
Los Angeles, CA


Rob Reiner
Director, Rob Reiner Productions, Inc.
Beverly Hills, CA


California Teachers Association
Burlingame, CA


American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees
Washington, DC


Chevron Corporation
San Ramon, CA


Protect Children and Families: Vote No
on Prop 1D
Yreka, CA


California Alliance For Jobs - Rebuild California Committee
Sacramento, CA


California Federation of Teachers Cope Prop/Ballot Committee (Yes On Prop 92)
Burbank, CA



Note: several ballot measure committees are supporting or opposing more than one proposition on the ballot. Total amounts raised represent the grand totals raised by these committees in support of multiple propositions.

Detailed information about all contributors for and against Proposition 1E is available from campaign finance reports at Cal-Access, the Secretary of State's campaign disclosure web site.

To view the most recent contributions, select a committee and click "Late and $5000+ Contributions Received".


This page was first published on April 14, 2009 | Last updated on July 26, 2010
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