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Ballot Quiz, April 2 (2012)

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1. In all, since 2010, how many states saw proposed "health care freedom" measures that later failed to make the ballot?

5
No.
20
Sorry!
17
This is correct! 17 states saw proposed measures that later failed to make the ballot. Note: not all measures categorized under "health care" pertain to the national legislation.
9
Better luck next week!

2. March 24 marked the first time the University of North Dakota men's hockey team played a game wearing jersey's bearing what nickname?

Fighting Braves
No!
Fighting Sioux
Correct! Read all about North Dakota 2012 ballot measures here.
Indians
Nope.
Apaches
Incorrect!

3. A statewide measure was taken off of the ballot this week via lawsuit in Nebraska.

True
See below!
False
Judge James Reynolds struck the Montana Supreme Court Elections Question from the ballot saying that adding the new candidate requirements for Supreme Court justices, those which required that candidates live inside proposed regional districts, conflict with what is already in the state constitution.

4. Two states added measures to the ballot this past week. Which states were they?

Georgia and Minnesota
Read more about these developments in this past week's Tuesday Count.
Texas and New Jersey
Sorry!
Washington and Florida
Incorrect!
Maine and Hawaii
Shaking my head.

5. What is the average total of measures found on odd-numbered election year state ballots since 1970?

50
Nope
67
Incorrect.
46
Yes! Here are proposed measures for the next odd-numbered election year.
34
Nope, but this was the total for 2011 ballot measures.

6. BONUS!

This past Friday, March 30, was the last edition of Ballotpedia's .

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