18 measures. Among them one to move city elections from May to November passed overwhelmingly. The city finally adopted district voting and embraced the current system of 10 districts plus an at-large mayor’s post. That passed 60-40. A similar measure to do the same but with two of the 10 seats to be at-large failed to win support. And an amendment passed 55-45 percent to reduce the number of signatures needed to initiate a citizen referendum. Another measure authorized $30 million in open space and watershed protection bonds, 56-44 percent. Turnout was 60 percent.