Oklahoma 2004 ballot measures
- Three of the measures were legislatively-referred state statutes.
- Six of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- All nine of the measures were approved.
On the ballot
|LRSS||State Question 705||Lottery||Creates the Oklahoma Lottery Commission|
|State Question 706||Lottery||Creates the Oklahoma Education Lottery Trust Fund|
|State Question 707||Development||Allows the use of certain city, town and county taxes for economic development|
|State Question 708||Gov't Finances||Creates spending rules for the Rainy Day Fund|
|State Question 711||Marriage & Family||Defines marriage as one man and one woman|
|LRSS||State Question 712||Gambling||Enacts the Model Tribal Gaming Compact|
|LRSS||State Question 713||Tobacco||Ends the sales tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products|
|State Question 714||Property||Determines the fair cash value of the homestead of certain heads of household|
|State Question 715||Taxes||Allows property tax exemptions for veterans|
Not on the ballot
|Oklahoma State Question No. 710||Hunt & fish||Protects the right of people to fish, hunt, trap, and work in a job or take part in events that deal with livestock, fowl, birds, fish or other animals|
|VR||Oklahoma State Question No. 709||Gambling||Allows a statewide vote on SB 553 relating to the State Tribal Gaming Act|
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