Ballot Quiz, July 1 (2013)

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1. How many measures were recently certified in the state of New York?

8
ApprovedaCorrect! Read more in last week's Tuesday Count.
4
DefeateddNope.
2
DefeateddTry again!
9
DefeateddWrong! Not off to a good start.

2. According to Ballotpedia's new ground breaking study Who Runs the States, which state has the highest quality of life and which has the lowest?

Connecticut and Rhode Island
DefeateddNope!
Washington and Colorado
DefeateddFalse!
Arkansas and Oregon
DefeateddSorry!
New Hampshire and Mississippi
ApprovedaCorrect! Read about it here.

3. Who won the June 25 special election to fill John Kerry's vacant Massachusetts Senate seat?

Richard Heos
DefeateddNope! Heos was the Twelve Visions Party candidate and received less than a half of a percent of the vote.
Gabriel Gomez
DefeateddIncorrect. Gomez was the Republican candidate and a new comer to polotics.
Ed Markey
ApprovedaYes! Markey, the Democratic candidate is now heavily favored to win the election for the full term Senate seat in 2014. Read about the special election here.
Mo Cowan
DefeateddFalse! Cowan was temporarily appointed to Kerry's vacant seat until a special election could take place.

4. Who was confirmed last week for a position on the North Carolina Utilities commission?

Dick Johnson
DefeateddSorry.
Jerry Dockham
ApprovedaCorrect! Dockham confirmed for new position
Christy Jones
DefeateddIncorrect.
Carl Shatley
DefeateddNo! You are clearly guessing.

5. The city council of which California city sought declaratory relief from the court instead of sending a valid pension related initiative to a vote of the people?

Santa Barbara
DefeateddSorry!.
Pacific Grove
ApprovedaCorrect! Read about it here
San Diego
DefeateddWrong!
Martinez
DefeateddSorry! That's not the right answer.

6. BALLOT MEASURE TOTAL BONUS!

There are state-wide measures currently scheduled for 2014 in states.

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