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*[http://www.elections.alaska.gov/ Alaska Elections Website]
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* [http://www.elections.alaska.gov/06prim/data/results.htm Alaska 2006 August primary election results]
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[[Category:Alaska 2006 ballot measures]]

Latest revision as of 12:59, 29 June 2012

2007
2004
Four statewide ballot questions appeared on the 2006 ballot in the state of Alaska.
  • Two were on the primary ballot
  • Two were on the general election ballot.
  • All four were indirect initiated state statutes.
  • Altogether, $3,074,052 was spent on 2006 Alaskan ballot measure campaigns.[1]
  • Wording for 17 citizen initiatives was submitted, but only 4 qualified for the ballot.

On the ballot

August 22:

Type Title Subject Description Result
IndISS Measure 1 Elections Places more restrictions on spending Approveda
IndISS Measure 2 Taxes Tax certain types of shipping vessels, including cruise lines Approveda

November 7:

Type Title Subject Description Result
IndISS Measure 1 Admin of gov't 90 day session Approveda
IndISS Measure 2 Taxes New tax on oil and gas leases Defeatedd

See also

Alaska

External links

References