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New York School Bonds, Proposal 3 (1997)

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New York Proposal 3, pertaining to Bonds for Schools, was on the November 4, 1997 ballot in New York as a legislatively-referred bond question, where it was defeated.

Election results

Proposal 3
Defeatedd No1,430,83053.07%
Yes 1,265,150 46.93%

Ballot question

Shall section one of chapter 328 of the laws of 1997 known as the school facility health and safety bond act of 1997, which promotes the health and safety of the children of New York and provides for critical projects related to construction, expansion and modernization of public school facilities, by authorizing the creation of state debt to provide moneys therefore in the amount of two billion four hundred million dollars ($2,400,000,000), be approved?

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