Ohio 2006 ballot measures
On the ballot
|Measure 2||Minimum wage||Raise the state minimum wage rate from $5.15 to $6.85.|
|Measure 3||Gambling||Permit up to 31,500 slot machines at seven horse racing tracks and at two Cleveland locations.|
|Measure 4||Smoking ban||Provide a smoking ban in enclosed areas with certain exceptions.|
|CISS||Measure 5||Smoking ban||Restrict smoking in places of employment and most places open to the public.|
- A total of $43,308,752 was spent, pro and con, on ballot measure campaigns in Ohio in 2006.
- Through 2005, a total of seventy-one (71) citizen-initiated ballot propositions had appeared on Ohio's ballot since the first initiative in 1913.
- With four initiatives on the 2006 ballot, the historical total of Ohio initiatives through the 2006 election climbed to seventy-five (75).
- Of the seventy-five initiatives on the Ohio ballot through 2006, nineteen (19) were approved, and fifty-six (56) defeated.
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- Laws governing the initiative process in Ohio
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