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With the exception of an amendment to the Constitution and the recall of an elected official, both of which require a two-thirds majority of those voting, a simple majority of those voting shall be required for the adoption of any measure.

In the event that there are conflicting measures placed upon the ballot, the ballot shall state that the voter may vote for as many measures as he or she chooses. In the event that more than one measure receives a majority of the votes cast, the measure receiving the greatest number shall prevail. If no measure receives a majority vote, none shall be adopted and no further election shall be held without full compliance with the requirements of this title. [Ord. 56 § 4617, amended, 5/9/2019; Ord. 42 § 4617, adopted, 3/4/2015.]