is
Date
Number of
Measures
Pass?
(tot)
Conservation Funds
Approved (tot)
Total Funds
Approved
(tot)
 
APR 1988 1 1 $34,810,000 $137,240,000
JUN 1988 1 1 $776,000,000 $776,000,000
SEP 1988 1 0    
NOV 1988 24 22 $357,168,862 $545,393,862
FEB 1989 1 1 $100,000 $250,000
MAR 1989 2 2 $85,000,000 $85,000,000
MAY 1989 5 2 $24,000,000 $25,000,000
JUN 1989 1 1 $250,000 $1,000,000
NOV 1989 22 16 $758,326,870 $1,298,238,521
MAR 1990 1 0    
APR 1990 1 1 $21,000,000 $21,000,000
MAY 1990 2 1 $80,000,000 $90,000,000
JUN 1990 2 1 $900,000,000 $900,000,000
SEP 1990 1 1 $55,000,000 $55,000,000
OCT 1990 1 1 $100,000,000 $100,000,000
NOV 1990 34 20 $1,070,065,904 $1,150,633,904
DEC 1990 1 0    
MAR 1991 2 1 $100,000,000 $100,000,000
MAY 1991 5 5 $19,700,000 $31,000,000
JUN 1991 1 0    
OCT 1991 1 1 $9,000,000 $12,000,000
NOV 1991 9 5 $43,957,360 $49,302,360
MAR 1992 2 1 $200,000 $600,000
JUN 1992 4 1 $9,000,000 $45,000,000
AUG 1992 2 2 $42,000,000 $42,000,000
SEP 1992 4 2 $1,389,000 $1,689,000
OCT 1992 1 1 $20,000,000 $20,000,000
NOV 1992 25 20 $1,973,990,000 $2,563,425,000
DEC 1992 1 1 $2,000,000 $8,550,000
FEB 1993 1 1 $300,000 $900,000
MAY 1993 2 2 $2,656,213 $3,984,320
NOV 1993 20 16 $552,709,540 $595,985,540
FEB 1994 1 0    
MAR 1994 2 1 $7,500,000 $7,500,000
APR 1994 2 2 $1,885,000 $9,425,000
MAY 1994 3 2 $3,930,000 $3,930,000
JUN 1994 4 3 $1,200,000 $7,600,000
AUG 1994 2 2 $23,408,510 $23,408,510
SEP 1994 1 0    
OCT 1994 2 1 $4,265,000 $8,365,000
NOV 1994 33 21 $577,541,001 $982,793,615
JAN 1995 1 1 $300,000 $300,000
FEB 1995 1 1 $1,287,500 $2,575,000
APR 1995 3 3 $5,454,000 $10,610,000
MAY 1995 4 4 $423,425,560 $423,425,560
JUN 1995 1 1 $5,000,000 $5,000,000
JUL 1995 1 0    
AUG 1995 1 1 $1,150,000 $1,150,000
SEP 1995 2 1 $7,500,000 $7,500,000
NOV 1995 29 22 $678,002,284 $896,052,284
MAR 1996 8 5 $53,130,000 $201,600,000
APR 1996 8 5 $31,000,000 $31,000,000
MAY 1996 2 0    
JUN 1996 2 2 $6,625,000 $8,125,000
JUL 1996 1 1 $2,860,000 $2,860,000
SEP 1996 3 1 $3,200,000 $3,200,000
OCT 1996 2 1 $15,761,000 $15,761,000
NOV 1996 72 53 $1,529,863,498 $5,949,001,178
DEC 1996 1 1 $875,000 $875,000
JAN 1997 2 2 $52,991,019 $82,860,000
FEB 1997 4 3 $1,275,000 $8,400,000
MAR 1997 1 1 $81,856,690 $1,138,203,470
APR 1997 3 3 $63,600,000 $96,000,000
MAY 1997 9 6 $103,422,500 $125,120,000
JUN 1997 4 4 $10,955,000 $14,400,000
JUL 1997 1 1 $2,988,000 $5,000,000
AUG 1997 1 1 $3,131,912 $3,131,912
SEP 1997 4 3 $6,532,766 $18,300,000
OCT 1997 1 0    
NOV 1997 54 46 $502,598,617 $1,167,652,924
DEC 1997 2 2 $9,285,000 $9,285,000
JAN 1998 1 0    
FEB 1998 1 1 $3,308,000 $3,500,000
MAR 1998 2 2 $26,930,000 $118,000,000
APR 1998 1 1 $186,000 $186,000
MAY 1998 8 6 $143,510,940 $367,635,000
JUN 1998 4 3 $29,000,000 $29,000,000
AUG 1998 1 1 $3,100,000 $62,000,000
SEP 1998 1 0    
NOV 1998 154 127 $5,526,209,549 $6,756,345,744
JAN 1999 2 2 $2,708,600 $2,708,600
FEB 1999 5 4 $9,744,041 $48,950,000
MAR 1999 3 3 $243,753,920 $254,171,020
APR 1999 6 6 $236,500,000 $236,500,000
MAY 1999 6 3 $128,906,125 $150,306,000
JUN 1999 1 1 $22,000,000 $22,000,000
SEP 1999 3 3 $457,000,000 $457,000,000
NOV 1999 84 77 $1,039,496,342 $1,409,939,902
JAN 2000 1 0    
FEB 2000 2 1 $9,000,000 $9,000,000
MAR 2000 13 11 $1,959,906,200 $4,799,540,000
APR 2000 2 2 $9,059,124 $9,059,124
MAY 2000 11 10 $157,870,570 $275,370,570
JUN 2000 2 2 $1,240,000 $1,240,000
JUL 2000 1 1 $10,000,000 $10,000,000
SEP 2000 2 2 $56,825,000 $2,206,825,000
OCT 2000 1 1 $2,000,000 $2,000,000
NOV 2000 174 140 $2,778,370,558 $4,144,306,737
DEC 2000 1 1 $5,100,000 $5,100,000
MAR 2001 7 6 $120,853,087 $249,559,263
APR 2001 26 16 $127,488,923 $175,936,768
MAY 2001 33 18 $43,579,600 $108,692,312
JUN 2001 6 2 $11,486,300 $11,486,300
SEP 2001 6 5 $29,522,500 $38,722,500
NOV 2001 120 91 $1,018,226,245 $1,201,886,497
JAN 2002 1 1 $2,200,000 $2,200,000
MAR 2002 10 8 $2,352,090,009 $2,684,520,376
APR 2002 19 8 $22,944,974 $57,834,920
MAY 2002 32 15 $78,794,008 $120,042,020
AUG 2002 3 3 $39,100,000 $39,100,000
SEP 2002 2 1 $5,200,000 $15,500,000
NOV 2002 114 97 $2,924,982,216 $5,610,411,846
DEC 2002 1 1 $5,000,000 $5,000,000
JAN 2003 1 1 $5,000,000 $5,000,000
MAR 2003 2 1 $2,600,000 $160,000,000
APR 2003 11 5 $82,816,320 $118,548,960
MAY 2003 12 9 $68,519,939 $142,630,850
JUN 2003 2 2 $3,250,000 $4,400,000
AUG 2003 2 1 $1,000,000 $4,190,000
SEP 2003 3 2 $2,395,000 $17,550,000
OCT 2003 5 4 $56,190,000 $85,300,000
NOV 2003 88 70 $1,030,425,726 $1,234,120,518
JAN 2004 2 1 $9,000,000 $9,000,000
FEB 2004 2 2 $5,889,198 $8,360,000
MAR 2004 9 6 $63,365,473 $182,071,420
APR 2004 15 10 $79,149,646 $173,528,940
MAY 2004 16 13 $550,856,711 $785,855,140
JUN 2004 3 3 $8,500,000 $8,500,000
JUL 2004 1 0    
AUG 2004 7 6 $54,840,000 $54,840,000
SEP 2004 2 1 $30,000,000 $45,000,000
NOV 2004 157 117 $2,990,987,067 $24,718,759,913
FEB 2005 5 3 $47,120,000 $50,820,000
MAR 2005 4 4 $30,200,000 $149,600,000
APR 2005 19 15 $298,603,073 $383,039,220
MAY 2005 33 30 $606,682,380 $1,084,015,140
AUG 2005 1 1 $851,840 $851,840
SEP 2005 2 2 $35,205,930 $35,205,930
NOV 2005 78 57 $587,823,932 $923,762,766
FEB 2006 1 1 $2,650,000 $2,650,000
MAR 2006 6 4 $27,853,333 $139,480,000
APR 2006 7 3 $6,165,846 $18,497,540
MAY 2006 27 16 $144,187,513 $184,357,540
JUN 2006 4 4 $77,006,667 $375,060,000
JUL 2006 1 0    
AUG 2006 5 3 $60,728,010 $93,328,010
SEP 2006 1 0    
NOV 2006 133 107 $6,428,078,396 $28,335,186,342
JAN 2007 1 0    
FEB 2007 1 0    
MAR 2007 4 3 $92,323,000 $1,454,200,000
APR 2007 13 8 $210,993,415 $215,700,246
MAY 2007 18 15 $103,642,143 $167,273,252
JUN 2007 1 1 $3,500,000 $3,500,000
JUL 2007 1 1 $46,683,000 $46,683,000
AUG 2007 2 2 $85,000,000 $106,000,000
SEP 2007 1 1 $2,650,000 $2,650,000
OCT 2007 5 3 $95,888,721 $176,091,000
NOV 2007 56 35 $1,401,308,428 $1,537,858,428
JAN 2008 3 3 $20,505,500 $20,505,500
FEB 2008 8 6 $111,500,000 $374,850,000
MAR 2008 3 2 $4,450,000 $31,850,000
APR 2008 8 5 $44,194,800 $52,584,400
MAY 2008 9 6 $544,562,446 $909,687,340
JUN 2008 2 0    
AUG 2008 3 3 $18,821,230 $18,821,230
OCT 2008 1 1 $1,364,090 $1,364,090
NOV 2008 91 64 $7,304,964,094 $9,695,751,800
DEC 2008 2 2 $2,598,000 $2,598,000
JAN 2009 1 1 $15,450,000 $15,450,000
APR 2009 7 2 $2,747,987 $8,243,960
MAY 2009 4 4 $130,575,000 $271,575,000
AUG 2009 1 1 $10,000,000 $76,000,000
NOV 2009 27 17 $448,895,096 $687,895,096
JAN 2010 1 1 $9,000,000 $9,000,000
APR 2010 1 1 $535,069 $1,605,208
MAY 2010 9 7 $27,453,700 $64,745,600
AUG 2010 3 3 $29,881,315 $133,525,260
NOV 2010 37 31 $2,125,194,782 $2,175,134,149
APR 2011 1 1 $30,000,000 $30,000,000
MAY 2011 3 2 $717,860 $1,573,579
JUN 2011 1 0    
SEP 2011 1 1 $4,235,000 $4,235,000
NOV 2011 19 11 $278,102,888 $503,712,888
DEC 2011 1 1 $700,000 $700,000
JAN 2012 1 1 $3,000,000 $11,400,000
MAR 2012 3 3 $10,927,900 $159,827,900
APR 2012 3 1 $16,800,000 $16,800,000
MAY 2012 3 1 $300,000 $300,000
AUG 2012 1 0    
NOV 2012 60 50 $787,652,595 $2,194,001,013
FEB 2013 1 1 $4,228,201 $4,228,201
APR 2013 4 2 $22,000,000 $622,000,000
JUN 2013 1 1 $150,000 $150,000
AUG 2013 1 1 $36,000,000 $364,200,000
NOV 2013 14 11 $280,694,534 $411,394,534
MAR 2014 2 1 $3,000,000 $3,000,000
APR 2014 2 2 $3,600,000 $198,600,000
MAY 2014 3 3 $5,652,479 $9,957,436
JUN 2014 1 1 $174,000,000 $300,000,000
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