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SLO County voters reject Measure G

UPDATE (8:50 a.m.) – Wednesday morning, 100 percent of precincts were reporting results to reject Measure G. According to the San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder, 56 percent of voters opted not to ban fracking while 44 percent were in favor.


UPDATE (11:30 p.m.) – The latest election night returns released after 11 p.m. continue to show “no” votes leading with 55 percent of the vote. Vote-by-mail ballots are still being received and counted.


(8:21 p.m.) – Initial Election Night results released just after 8 p.m. on Tuesday show San Luis Obispo County voters favoring the “No on Measure G” campaign.

Measure G would ban oil companies from digging any new wells in the unincorporated areas of San Luis Obispo County and prevent them from expanding those already in use.

It requires a majority vote to pass. Currently, “no” votes total nearly 57 percent.

If Measure G were to pass, the county expects a slew of lawsuits to follow with residents picking up the tab.

MEASURE G: vote-by-mail ballot results in. KSBY reporter Megan Healy KSBY is live at Libertine Brewing with Yes on Measure G.

Posted by KSBY on Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Previous coverage:
SLO County voters to decide future of local oil drilling with Measure G

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