Idaho Property Tax Relief, Advisory Vote (2006)
The State of Idaho adopted a property tax relief plan in August 2006 that reduced property taxes by about $260 million and kept the state's sales tax at 6%. The advisory question asked voters in the state on an advisory basis whether they wished to continue that plan.
|Idaho Advisory Vote|
The question on the ballot was:
| [Note that this is an advisory vote only; it is not binding if it passes.]
"Should the State of Idaho keep the property tax relief adopted in August 2006, reducing property taxes by approximately $260 million and protecting funding for public schools by keeping the sales tax at 6%?"
Although there was no opposition campaign, there was a campaign in support of the Property Tax Relief Advisory Vote. The "yes" campaign was organized under the name, "Committee for Fairness in Idaho Tax Policy PAC." It raised $34,000 for its campaign.
|Brad Little for Senate||$6,000|
|JR Simplot Co.||$5,000|
|Idaho Association of Realtors||$5,000|
|Idaho Republican Party||$5,000|
|Union Pacific Railroad||$3,000|
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