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Alabama Amendment 1 (2003)
|Alabama Amendment 1|
Donors to the "yes" side included Anheuser-Busch, giving $250,000; the Alabama Education Association giving $50,000. Donors to the opposition included a 1,286 donors with the larger donors representing taxpayer, forestry and farmer groups.
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, establishing the Alabama Excellence Initiative Fund which may be used to fund programs including, but not limited to, the furtherance of excellence in public education, college scholarships, health care benefits for senior citizens and job training programs to attract new high paying jobs and otherwise provide for distributing state tax revenues; to adjust income and property taxes; to establish the General Fund Rainy Day Account; to provide for the replenishment of the General Fund Rainy Day Account and the Education Trust Fund Rainy Day Account.
- Overview of Amendment 1
- Election Results Overview
- 2003 Special Constitutional Amendment Election Results - Precinct Level
- 2003 Special Constitutional Amendment Election Results - County Level
State of Alabama
|State executive officers||
Governor | Attorney General | Secretary of State | Treasurer| Auditor| Superintendent of Education| Commissioner of Insurance| Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries| Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries| Commissioner of Labor| Public Service Commission|