Maryland 2010 ballot measures
Three statewide ballot questions were on the November 2, 2010 ballot in the state of Maryland.
- Two measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- One measure was an automatic ballot referral about a potential constitutional convention that appears on the ballot every 20 years in the state.
- The Maryland Legislature adjourned on April 12, 2010, solidifying the state ballot measure count for 2010.
On the ballot
|ABR||Question 1||Convention||Allow the state's voters to say whether they want a constitutional convention to be held|
|Question 2||Admin. of gov't||Increases the amount of money in controversy in civil proceedings.|
|Question 3||Admin. of gov't||Adds requirements for judges in orphan's courts in Baltimore City.|
Not on the ballot
The following measures were not on the ballot:
|LRSS||Speed Camera Referendum||Transportation||Allow speed cameras in highway work zones, and in school zones||rejected|
|Card Gambling Amendment||Gambling||Authorize gambling on card games at up to six locations.||rejected|
|Health Care Amendment||Health care||Prohibit laws that interfere with health care plan choices for medical care.||rejected|
Local ballot measures
- ↑ For Question 1 to be approved, it requires a double majority, or the approval of all of those who voted in the election (not just those who voted on Question 1). As of mid-day on November 5, the final tally of how many total ballots were cast on November 2 has not been announced. It is therefore not possible to determine conclusively at this time whether Question 1 was approved or defeated.
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