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Statewide Measure Results

Constitutional Measure No. 1 Relating to the inalienable rights to life of every human being at every stage of development.

427 out of 427 Precincts Reporting

Yes

90,224

35.87%


No

161,303

64.13%


Total Votes

251,527

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Constitutional Measure No. 2 Relating to the prohibition of the imposition of mortgage taxes or any sales or transfer taxes on the mortgage or transfer of real property.

427 out of 427 Precincts Reporting

Yes

188,283

75.69%


No

60,478

24.31%


Total Votes

248,761

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Constitutional Measure No. 3 Relating to repealing the existing Board of Higher Education and to creating a three member commission of higher education appointed by the Governor.

427 out of 427 Precincts Reporting

Yes

61,007

25.05%


No

182,492

74.95%


Total Votes

243,499

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Constitutional Measure No. 4 Relating to the fiscal impact of measures to initiate constitutional amendments and to the placing of initiated measures on the ballot

427 out of 427 Precincts Reporting

Yes

104,245

43.41%


No

135,899

56.59%


Total Votes

240,144

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Initiated Constitutional Measure No. 5 Constitutional Petition Related to a Clean Water, Wildlife, and Parks Trust and a Clean Water, Wildlife, and Parks Fund

427 out of 427 Precincts Reporting

Yes

51,775

20.62%


No

199,305

79.38%


Total Votes

251,080

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Initiated Statutory Measure No. 6 Relating to Parental Rights and Responsibilities

427 out of 427 Precincts Reporting

Yes

92,807

37.91%


No

152,004

62.09%


Total Votes

244,811

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Initiated Statutory Measure No. 7 Relating to the Operation of a Pharmacy

427 out of 427 Precincts Reporting

Yes

102,731

41.03%


No

147,644

58.97%


Total Votes

250,375

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Initiated Statutory Measure No. 8 Statutory Petition Related to School Classes Beginning After Labor Day

427 out of 427 Precincts Reporting

Yes

109,489

44.43%


No

136,963

55.57%


Total Votes

246,452

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