Maine 1999 ballot measures
Maine in 1999.Nine ballot measures were voted on in
- Two were citizen initiatives.
- Two were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- All measures but one were approved.
On the ballot
|CISS||Question 1||Abortion||Prohibits partial-birth abortions except when such an abortion is necessary to save the life of the mother||
|CISS||Question 2||Marijuana||Allows use of small quantities of medicinal marijuana||
|BI||Question 3||Bonds||$56,042,031 in bonds for transportation funds||
|BI||Question 4||Bonds||$12,500,000 in bonds for water pollution control||
|BI||Question 5||Bonds||$9,400,000 in bonds for conversion to digital broadcasting by the Maine Public Broadcasting Corporation||
|BI||Question 6||Bonds||$26,420,000 in bonds for infrastructure improvements at Maine's 7 technical colleges||
|BI||Question 7||Bonds||$50 million to purchase public lands and easements for conservation, water access, outdoor recreation||
|LRCA||Question 8||Elections||People's veto to be voted on only at next statewide or general election (no special elections)||
|LRCA||Question 9||Property tax||Allow reduced property taxes on historic preservation and scenic view properties||
- 1999 ballot measures
- List of Maine ballot measures
- Laws governing the initiative process in Maine
- Maine Legislature
- Citizen's guide to the November 2 ballot questions in Maine
- Referendum election in Maine, November 2
- Election results, Questions 1-3
- Election results, Questions 4-6
- Election results, Questions 7-9
- "Votes on Initiated Bills: 1910-", compiled by the Maine State Law and Legislative Reference Library.
- Votes on Maine constitutional amendments
- Votes on Maine bond questions