Prepare for a chance of no longer falling back or springing forward ever after voters approved Proposition 7 on Tuesday.
The measure passed 61 percent to 38 percent.
California now has a chance of becoming the third state that does not observe daylight saving time. The state legislature now has permission to vote on whether to get rid of daylight saving time or not.
Any change would also have to be approved by the U.S. Congress.
Supporters of Proposition 7 argued that the time change has many negative outcomes, including on health. Some supporters have also claimed that the time change increases heart attacks because of stress caused by a change in sleeping schedules.
California State Assemblyman Kansen Chu (D-San Jose) was one of those in support of voting yes on Proposition 7. He claimed that this act reduces productivity and disrupts sleep.
On the other hand, those who were against the proposition claimed that changing the way it is now will be chaos.
State senator Jim Nielsen, an opponent of Proposition 7, said that fixing something that is not broken will only create confusion.