New York 2010 ballot measures
At least one statewide ballot measure was introduced in the state legislative session for the November 2, 2010 ballot.
- The New York Legislature ended a special session for deficit reduction without the measure being sent to the ballot
- A majority vote is required (in two successive sessions of) the New York State Legislature in order to place a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment to the ballot.
- New York is one of 12 states that proposed amendments are considered in two successive sessions of the state's legislature.
Not on the ballot
|Casino Amendment||Gambling||Legalize casino gaming in the state.|
Local ballot measures
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