November 2006 Election/Measure K


Yes_on_K_Sign.JPGA Yes on K sign. No_on_K_Sign.JPGA No on K sign.

Measure K of the November 2006 Election decided the fate of Second Street Crossing, a proposed shopping center that will include a Target.

The certified election returns show that the measure passed with 51.5% of the vote (11,761 votes for, and 11,087 votes against).

Pro-View: [WWW]
Con-View: [WWW]

According to campaign spending filings through October 26, 2006, Target Corp. had spent $269,795 in support of Measure K. Don't Big-Box Davis had spent $20,453 opposing Measure K.1

Discussion: Target Debate

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