Georgia 2002 ballot measures
- Seven measures were approved, while four were defeated.
- All eleven measures were referred by the state legislature.
- Addressed topics included: the administration of government, taxes, animal rights and welfare.
On the ballot
|Amendment 1||Admin. of gov't||Certain officeholders or candidates who are defaulters for federal state ineligible to hold public office|
|Amendment 2||Property tax||Provide that qualified low-income building projects may be classified as a separate class of property|
|Amendment 3||Tax reform||Counties and municipalities may establish community redevelopment tax incentive programs|
|Amendment 4||Tax reform||General Assembly may provide by general law for the separate classification and taxation of properties|
|Amendment 5||Tax reform||Commercial dockside facilities consisting of real property may be classified as separate class for ad valorem|
|Amendment 6||Animal rights||Dog and cat reproductive sterilization support program to control dog and cat overpopulation|
|LRSS||Referendum A||Tax reform||Changes the statewide $10,000 homestead exemption from all school district ad valorem|
|LRSS||Referendum B||Weflare||Exemption from certain ad valorem taxation for the surviving spouses of military personnel|
|LRSS||Referendum C||Tax reform||Grants an exemption from ad valorem taxation on certain historic property|
|LRSS||Referendum D||Tax reform||Grants an exemption from ad valorem taxation on commercial fishing vessels|
|LRSS||Referendum E||Tax reform||Increases the total value of exemption of ad valorem taxes on certain property|
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