2018 ELECTION RESULTS: Which California propositions passed, failed

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- On Election Day, California voters approved or denied 11 different propositions, which included regulations on dialysis centers, repealing the 2017 gas tax and wider local authority on rent control.

>>> California and Bay Area election results here

>>> National election results here

See how the propositions fared below:

Full coverage on the 2018 election at abc7news.com/election.



PROP 1: YES

Authorizes bonds to fund specified housing assistance programs. Get full details on this proposition here.

PROP 2: YES

Authorizes bonds to fund existing housing program for individuals with mental illness. Get full details on this proposition here.

PROP 3: NO

Authorizes bonds to fund projects for water supply and quality, watershed, fish, wildlife, water conveyance, and groundwater sustainability and storage. Get full details on this proposition here.

PROP 4: YES

Authorizes bonds funding construction at hospitals providing children's health care. Get full details on this proposition here.



PROP 5: NO

Changes requirements for certain property owners to transfer their property tax base to replacement property. Get full details on this proposition here.

PROP 6: NO

Eliminates certain road repair and transportation funding. Requires certain fuel taxes and vehicle fees be approved by the electorate. Get full details on this proposition here.

RELATED: California voters reject Prop 6 plan to repeal fuel tax hike

PROP 7: YES

Conforms California daylight saving time to federal law. Allows legislature to change daylight saving time period. Get full details on this proposition here.

RELATED: Prop 7 to allow Daylight Saving Time change approved in California

PROP 8: NO

Regulates amounts outpatient kidney dialysis clinics charge for dialysis treatment. Get full details on this proposition here.

RELATED: Prop 8 fails: California voters reject measure to limit dialysis profits

PROP 9:

On July 18, 2018, Proposition 9 was removed from the ballot by order of the California Supreme Court.

PROP 10: NO

Expands local governments' authority to enact rent control on residential property. Get full details on this proposition here.

RELATED: Californians reject rent control expansion initiative aimed at state's housing crisis

PROP 11: YES

Requires private-sector emergency ambulance employees to remain on-call during work breaks. Get full details on this proposition here.

RELATED: Voters pass Prop 11 that will require ambulance service employees to remain on-call during work breaks

PROP 12: YES

Establishes new standards for confinement of specified farm animals; bans sale of noncomplying products. Get full details on this proposition here.

RELATED: Californians pass Prop 12: Farm animal confinement initiative
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