Thirty-one ballot questions are certified for a spot on six statewide ballots in 2013.
November 5, 2013 - Election will provide Colorado's citizens an opportunity to vote on Proposition AA - Retail Marijuana Taxes and Amendment 66 - Funding For Public Schools
November 5, 2013 - Referendum Election will provide Mainers an opportunity to vote on 5 Bond Issues
November 5, 2013 - Election will provide New Jersey's citizens an opportunity to vote on two public questions. If voted yes, Public Quetion 1 will allow veterans' organizations to use money collected from existing games of chance to support their organizations. Question 2, if voted yes, will Amend the Constitution to set minimum wage at $8.25 per hour with annual adjustments for inflation.
A total of 6 proposals will be on November 5, 2013 - statewide ballot. Propositions range from alowing casino gambling statewide (Proposal 1) to raising the mandatory judicial retirement age in the state to 80 (Proposal 6)
A total of 9 propositions will be on November 5, 2013 - statewide ballot. Propositions rangefrom Property tax exemption on residence for surviving spouse of armed services member killed in action (Proposition 1) to the Expansion of types of sanctions against state court judges after disciplinary proceedings(Proposition 9)
A total of Seven ballot measures are certified for the November 5, 2013 ballot in the state of Washington
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