SAN DIEGO (CBSLA.com) — Los Angeles now has the Rams and could soon have a second NFL team.

Voters in San Diego are deciding on a measure that would fund a new stadium for the Chargers.

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If the Chargers don’t get approval for a new stadium they will likely seek relocation to Los Angeles and move in with the Rams when the stadium in Inglewood is ready.

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As of 11 p.m. Tuesday Measure C, which would increase a hotel-tax increase sponsored by the Chargers, was getting support from 39 percent of voters. The measure needed  to reach 66.7 percent for approval, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.

Measure D, which also had a hotel-tax increase and was placed on the ballot by environmentalists and other community leaders, was getting support from 40 percent, also well short of a two-thirds majority, according to the Union-Tribune.

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CBSLA’s Stacey Butler reported from a “Save The Bolts” party where it didn’t look good.