Vote button trans.png
April's Project of the Month
It's spring time. It's primary election season!
Click here to find all the information you'll need to cast your ballot.




Template:Maine1969

From Ballotpedia
Jump to: navigation, search

November 4

Type Title Subject Description Result
BI Referendum Question No. 1 Education Issues $7.54 million in bonds for expansion of classroom facilities at several campuses of the University of Maine Approveda


BI Referendum Question No. 2 Transportation Authorizes Aeronautics Commission to use $13,000 appropriated to Norridgewock Airport Defeatedd


BI Referendum Question No. 3 Forests & Parks Issues $210,000 in bonds for constructing facilities at Camp Waban Defeatedd


BI Referendum Question No. 4 Education Issues $22 million in bonds for the Foundation Program School Subsidies Approveda


BI Referendum Question No. 5 Utilities Issues $310,000 in bonds to construct water and sewage facilities at three Indian Housing Authorities Approveda


BI Referendum Question No. 6 Transportation Issues $100,000 in bonds for the construction of docking facilities at Matinicus Island Defeatedd


BI Referendum Question No. 7 Education Issues $9.8 million in bonds for elementary and secondary school buildings, $800,000 for technical and vocational schools Approveda


BI Referendum Question No. 8 Environment Issues $50 million in bonds for pollution abatement facilities Approveda


BI Referendum Question No. 9 Education Issues $770,000 in bonds for the improvement of facilities and acquisition of land for several educational institutes Approveda


BI Referendum Question No. 10 Forests & Parks Issues $1.9 million in bonds for parks, forestry and the Marine Research Laboratory Defeatedd


BI Referendum Question No. 11 Transportation Issues $21.5 million in bonds for state highway construction Defeatedd


BI Referendum Question No. 12 Prisons Issues $2,515,000 in bonds for the enlargement and improvement of mental and correctional institutions Approveda


LRSS Referendum Question No. 13 Bonds increase in the interest rate for state bonds from five to six percent Approveda


LRCA Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 1 Education Provides $25 million in bonds for state guaranteed loans to private colleges Defeatedd


LRCA Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2 Legislatures Establishes odd number of members in state senate Approveda


LRCA Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 3 Local Gov't Gives municipalities home rule Approveda


LRCA Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 4 Bonds Insures the payment of revenue bonds of the Maine School Building Authority Approveda


Maine 1969 ballot measures1969 ballot measures