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Arkansas State Lottery and Hot Springs Casino Gampling, Amendment 4 (1996)

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Arkansas Amendment 4, also known as the Allow Voters in Hot Springs to Authorize Casino Gambling; Also to Establish a State Lottery Act appeared as an initiated constitutional amendment on the November 5, 1996 election ballot in Arkansas, where it was defeated.[1]

Election results

State Lottery and Hot Springs Casino Gampling
Defeatedd No523,98661.1%
Yes 333,297 38.9%

Text of measure

The description that appeared on the ballot said:

An amendment to establish a state lottery; to permit charitable bingo games and raffles conducted by nonprofit organizastions; and to allow voters in Hot Springs to decide whether or not to authorize casino gambling at or adjacent to the Oaklawn Racetrack and at two other casino establishments in Hot Springs located at sites to be approved by the governing body of Hot Springs.

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