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Writing:Additional reading (local measures)

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This page is a content-and-style guide about how to add an "Additional Reading" section for a local ballot measure article.
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Adding additional information to local measures always adds more substance for readers though outside of county pages or a few articles additional information is not always easy to come by. But, any additional information to the article should be added, as the measure develops up to election date or if it becomes controversial with residents (or organizations) coming out in favor or against it. Also, if the measure being written about is a school issue, often the school district's website may contain additional information.

Examples

Below are examples of "Additional reading" sections for local ballot measure articles:


See article: Miami-Dade County Charter Amendments, 6 (May 2011)

Additional reading


See article: Longview City Red Light Camera Advisory Question (November 2011)

Additional reading

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