Berkeley Measure P passes by 85%!

November 5, 2014

On November 5, 2014, voters in Berkeley, CA voted to support a Constitutional amendment that states: "Should the United States Constitution be amended to abolish the legal concept that corporations are persons that are entitled to constitutional rights, and the doctrine that the expenditure of money may be treated as speech?"

Measure P passed with nearly 85% of voters in favor. Perhaps not surprising for Berkeley, but such ballot initiatives almost always pass, and almost always pass with at least two-thirds of voters in support. Learn more about election results nationwide at