4 Missouri initiatives have total sigs tallied

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July 22, 2010

Jefferson City, Missouri:

The Missouri SOS has tallied up the total amount of signatures turned in for all 4 statewide initiatives this year. This tally is of total raw signatures, not total valid signatures.

294,313 signatures were submitted for initiative 2010-046 relating to real estate taxation. Around 150,000 valids are needed to achieve ballot access for an initiated constitutional amendment. If the validity rate is at least 51%, then this initiative could appear on the ballot.

210,928 signatures were submitted for initiative 2010-071 relating to repeal of the nonpartisan court plan. Around 150,000 valids are needed to achieve ballot access for an initiated constitutional amendment. If that validity rate is at least 72%, this initiative could appear on the ballot.

231,662 signatures were submitted for initiative 2010-077 relating to earnings taxes. Around 90,000 valids are needed to achieve ballot access for an initiated state statute. If the validity rate is at least 39%, this initiative could appear on the ballot.

199,210 signatures were submitted for initiative 2010-085 relating to dog breeders. Around 90,000 valids are needed to achieve ballot access for an initiated state statute. If the validity rate is at least 46%, this initiative could appear on the ballot.

Missouri also has a distribution requirement that must be meet to achieve ballot access.[1]

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