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Maine Community College Bond Act, Question 3 (2007)

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Maine Question Three is a bond authorization question that appeared on Maine's November 6, 2007 general election ballot. The state legislature voted to place this issue before the state's voters.

It was approved with (51%) for the measure and (49%) against it.

Election results

Maine Question 3 (2007)
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 129,379 51%
No122,41949%

The question before voters was whether to authorize a $43,500,000 bond, the proceeds of which would fund renovations and improvements in the Maine Community College System, the Maine Maritime Academy and the University of Maine System; and replenish the School Revolving Renovation Fund for school repairs and renovations; and support capital improvements for cultural and educational assets such as museums, historical facilities and libraries.

A Taxpayer's Perspective from the National Taxpayers Union

Question 3 would provide $43.5 million in taxpayer-backed bonds to make repairs and renovations at state university facilities.

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