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Maine 1972 ballot measures

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1973
1971
Eleven statewide ballot questions were on the June 16 and November 7, 1973 ballot in Maine.

On the ballot

June 19

Type Title Subject Description Result
IndISS Direct Initiative Question Elections Removes straight party square box on general election ballots, establishes alphabetically listing of candidates by office Approveda


BI Referendum Question No. 1 Education Issues $3,850,000 in bonds for vocational technical institutes and reservation schools Approveda


BI Referendum Question No. 2 Prisons Issues $2,985,000 in bonds for enlargement and improvement of mental and correctional institutes Approveda


BI Referendum Question No. 3 Transportation Issues $4 million in bonds for a toll bridge across the Kennebec River between Waterville and Winslow Defeatedd


BI Referendum Question No. 4 Bonds Issues $3.09 million in bonds for state park facilities, various airports and a maintenance building at Augusta Approveda


November 7

Type Title Subject Description Result
BI Referendum Question No. 1 Transportation Issues $10.3 million in bonds for the construction of state highways Approveda


BI Referendum Question No. 2 Education Issues $8.36 million in bonds for classroom facilities at seven campuses of the University of Maine Approveda


LRSS Referendum Question No. 3 Transportation Reallocates moneys appropriated for Auburn-Lewiston Airport and construction at Rumford Defeatedd


LRCA Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 1 Housing Provides government credit for loans for housing for Native Americans Approveda


LRCA Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2 Housing Provides government credit for loans for housing for Veterans Approveda


LRCA Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 3 Legislatures Reduces the age of eligibility to serve in the House of Representatives to 20 years of age Defeatedd


See also

Maine

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