Gage County Jail Bond Measure (November 2009)

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There was a Gage County Jail Bond Measure on the November 10 ballot in Gage County.

YES 1481 (19.60%)
NO 6077 (80.40%) Defeatedd[1]

Gage county was the first county in the state to conduct a strictly by mail ballot vote. it confirmed statistics that those elections held by mail in ballots alone tend to have a greater voter turnout. 49 percent of county voters either mailed in their ballots or dropped them off at appropriate places before the deadline, 57 percent if you disregard those ballots returned to the post office due to residents changing address.[2]