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{{tnr}}An election or [[ballot measure]] is {{approved}} {{approved1}} when voters meet the conditions set for its enactment. Some elections require a simple majority of more than 50%, while others may require a [[supermajority]].
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{{tnr}}An election or [[ballot measure]] is {{approved}} approved when voters meet the conditions set for its enactment. Some elections require a simple majority of more than 50%, while others may require a [[supermajority]].
  
 
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An election or ballot measure is Approveda approved when voters meet the conditions set for its enactment. Some elections require a simple majority of more than 50%, while others may require a supermajority.

See also

Ballotpedia:Index of Terms