California voters have given thumbs-up to four ballot propositions but shot down another.
Here's the rundown, with 95 percent of the precincts reporting ...
Proposition 68 is a bond measure slated to put about $4 billion into parks, wastewater recyling, river protections and similar public works projects.
Supporters said the money would help catch up on a repair and maintenance backlog in state parks, as well as help prepare for future droughts.
Opponents said the measure was too costly, especially when interest on the bonds is factored in.