Maine 2005 ballot measures
- One was a veto referendum challenging a newly-enacted state law forbidding discrimination based on sexual orientation.
- Five were bond propositions.
- One was a proposed constitutional amendment.
On the ballot
|VR||Question 1||Civil rights||Voters could reject a new state law prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation||
|LRSS||Question 2||Bonds||$33.1 million for transportation||
|LRSS||Question 3||Bonds||$8.9 million for irrigation, public water systems, veterinary school at University of Maine||
|LRSS||Question 4||Bonds||$20 million for economic growth and job creation||
|LRSS||Question 5||Bonds||$12 million for land conservation, wildlife, waterfront||
|LRSS||Question 6||Bonds||$9 million for building renovation for public Maine Colleges||
|Question 7||Natural resources||Permit state legislature to authorize waterfront land for use of commercial fishing||
- 2005 ballot measures
- List of Maine ballot measures
- Laws governing the initiative process in Maine
- Maine Legislature
- Citizen's guide to the Maine 2005 ballot measures
- Election results, Maine 2005 ballot measures
- That flurry of ballot questions, New York Times comment on one of the Maine 2005 ballot questions.
State of Maine
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