Oklahoma State Question 109 (1920)

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Oklahoma State Question 109 (Initiative #72) appeared on the 1920 ballot in Oklahoma.

It failed (Defeatedd), with 169,639 in favor and 188,574 opposed.

It was an initiated constitutional amendment.

The objective of the measure was to levy an ad valorem tax on all private property in the state, between six and ten mills annually (the amount within that range to be determined by the legislature), the revenue of said tax to be used for the maintenance of the state's common schools.

34,883 signatures were filed to qualify it for the ballot.

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