March 3, 2020 Special Municipal Election Ballot Measure
"Proposed Transactions (Sales) and Use Tax"
|Ballot Measure Question:|
|"Shall the ordinance establishing a three-quarter (0.75%) local sales tax (transaction and use tax) that will raise approximately $9.7 million annually for the City's General Fund until ended by voters and establishing an Oversight Committee, be adopted?"|
Ballot Measure Documents:
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West Covina General Municipal Elections are consolidated with the County of Los Angeles. Elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of even-numbered years starting in 2018.
(Note: Previously, City of West Covina elections were held in odd-numbered years.)
November 6. 2018 Certified Election Results are in.
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- West Covina City Clerk's Office
- West Covina Library
- West Covina Post Office
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P.O. BOX 30450
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