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Wyoming 2002 ballot measures
On November ballot
|Amendment A||Legislature||A majority of members of each house of the Wyoming State Legislature can call a special session|
|Amendment B||Elections||The legislative leaders of each house can call a special session to resolve disputes about presidential electors.|
|Amendment C||Budget||Limits the governor's partial veto authority (line item veto authority) to apply only to general appropriations bills.|
|Amendment D||Constitution||Amendments to Wyoming Constitution proposed by Wyoming Legislature require no gubernatorial consideration|
* In order to pass, a constitutional amendment must receive a majority of the total votes cast in the election. The total votes cast in 2002 was 188,028, making the majority needed for passage 94,015 votes.
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