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Oregon Ballot Measure 41 (2008))

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Oregon Ballot Measure 41 is an initiated constitutional amendment sponsored by chief petitioners Duane Fletchall, Steve Beck, and Kevin Mannix.

The measure, if certified for the ballot and then approved by the voters in the November 2008 general election, will create a new constitutional amendment directing that 15% of profits from the state's lottery system will go to "crime prevention, investigation and prosecution."


Petitions for this measure are currently in circulation. Some signatures have already been submitted, but are not yet verified.[1]

Ballot access requirements

In order to appear on the November 4, 2008 ballot, the chief petitioners must collect 110,358 valid signatures of Oregon voters.

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