Maine Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge District, Referendum Question (1935)

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The Maine Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge District Referendum, also known as Referendum Question, was on the September 9, 1935 ballot in Maine as a legislatively-referred state statute, where it was approved.[1] The measure created the Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge District.[2]

Election results

Maine Referendum Question (1935)
Approveda Yes 22,205 73.97%

Election results via:Main State Law and Legislative Reference Library, Referenda Votes on Acts of the Maine Legislature 1910-

Text of measure

Deer Isle Bridge in 2006

The language appeared on the ballot as:[2]


"Shall the act creating the Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge District be accepted?"

This Act is Chapter 88, of the Private and Special Laws of 1935, as enacted by the Eighty-Seventh Legislature; and said Legislature, acting under the provisions of Article XXXI, Section 19 of the Constitution of Maine, enacted said measure expressly conditioned upon the people's ratification by a referendum vote.

Those in favor of this Act becoming law will place a cross (X) in the square opposite the word "YES." Those opposed to this Act becoming a law will place a cross (X) in the square opposite the word "NO." [3]

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