Indiana's only ballot measure easily passes
By Bailey Ludlam
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana: Indiana's only measure on the November 2, 2010 statewide ballot was overwhelming approved by an estimated 72%. The measure, Indiana Property Tax Cap Amendment, Public Question 1, was the first measure to report election results on November 2. Referred to the ballot by the state legislature, the measure called for a property tax cap amendment to the state constitution. As of 11:26 pm ET, only 28% opposed the measure. The measure was supported by several state officials, including Governor of Indiana Mitch Daniels and Lieutenant Governor of Indiana Becky Skillman.
|Public Question 1 (Property Tax Cap)|
Results via WTHR.com, current as of 11:26pm EST.
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- November 2, 2010 election results
- Indiana 2010 ballot measures
- Indiana Property Tax Cap Amendment, Public Question 1 (2010)