Long Beach voters Tuesday had five questions to decide: four charter amendments and one measure that would provide panic buttons for hotel workers.
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Here are the latest election results for each Long Beach measure:
UPDATED | 5:27 a.m.
Precincts reporting: 219 of 219 and mail-in ballots
Would provide the city auditor with the power to conduct performance audits, and have timely access to city documents necessary to complete all audits.
Yes: 58,044 (69.87%)
No: 25,027 (30.13%)
Would allow elected councilmembers and the mayor to seek a maximum of three terms, and would do away with the city’s write-in process.
Yes: 47,233 (55.62%)
No: 37,693 (44.38%)
Would establish a seven-member Ethics Commission.
Yes: 50,367 (59.99%)
No: 33,588 (40.01%)
Would establish a 13-member Redistricting Commission that will have sole power to reconfigure council districts after the U.S. Census, or as necessary.
Yes: 48,774 (58.59%)
No: 34,476 (41.41%)
Would require hotels with 50 or more rooms to supply workers with panic buttons and would prohibit hotel operators from requiring workers to clean more than 4,000 square feet of space in any eight-hour workday.
Yes: 51,203 (61.76%)
No: 31,697 (38.24%)
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