Prop 2 lost by less than 3,000 votes - 53 percent to 47 percent.
The measure would have provided $60 million dollars to pay for the proposed 22,000 seat stadium.
Voters in St. Louis shot down a ballot measure that would've provided public money to help finance a Major League Soccer stadium on Tuesday.
The funding plan needed both Proposition 1 and 2 to pass a simple majority on April 4.
The public voted to name the new San Diego soccer team, and the leading vote-getter should sound oddly familiar.
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Members of the group pushing to bring an MLS franchise to the city said this latest defeat is "likely the final stage of our journey". The Chargers ultimately relocated to Los Angeles, joining St. Louis' former National Football League team, the Rams, in California's largest city.
After the state rejected a proposal to give any money to a new stadium project, Prop 2 was a restructured attempt that failed.
She will replace St. Louis' only four-term mayor, Francis Slay, who was first elected in 2001 and decided against another run.
TAMPA/ST. PETERSBURG. A poll by St. Pete Polls shows that 70 percent of registered city voters support a referendum to approve an ordinance giving the St. Petersburg city council the authority to negotiate a use agreement for the Rowdies for city-owned Al Lang Stadium on a long-term basis. The decision ensures that MLS will remain one of just two of the five major American sports leagues, along with the National Basketball Association, to have no presence in Missouri, as the league left the Show-Me State in 2007 when Sporting Kansas City opted to leave Kansas City, Mo., and pursue a stadium in Kansas City, Kan. With St. Louis's exit, MLS will need all the time it can get to evaluate other bids. Should cities be involved in funding stadiums?