Arizona Racino Amendment (2010)
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| This measure did not or |
will not appear on a ballot
Tobin stated that allowing racinos in Arizona might have been a way to mend the state's $3 billion budget deficit without having to raise taxes. Arizona voters rejected racinos in 2002.
Path to the ballot
A majority vote was required in the Arizona State Legislature to refer a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment measure to the ballot. Arizona is one of ten states that allows a referred amendment to go on the ballot after a majority vote in one session of the state's legislature.
- Arizona 2010 ballot measures
- 2010 ballot measures
- Arizona Fair Gaming, Proposition 201 (2002)
- Arizona State Senate
- Arizona House of Representatives
- Arizona Initiative and Referendum Law
State of Arizona
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Governor | Attorney General | Secretary of State | Treasurer | Superintendent of Public Instruction | Director of Insurance | Director of Agriculture | Commissioner of Lands | Director of Labor | Chairman of Corporation Commission | State Mine Inspector |