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| [[California Congressional Redistricting Initiative (2010)|Congressional Redistricting (CA)]], [[Missouri Health Care Freedom Amendment (2010)|Health Care Amend. (MO)]], [[Georgia Employment Contract Enforcement Amendment (2010)|Employment Contract (GA)]], [[Georgia Transportation Project Contracts, Amendment 3 (2010)|Transportation Contract (GA)]], [[Georgia Industrial Property Designation, Amendment 5 (2010)|Industrial Property (GA)]]
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| [[Oklahoma Health Care Freedom Amendment (2010)|Health Care Amend. (OK)]], [[Oklahoma International Law Amendment (2010)|Int. Am. (OK)]], [[Colorado Regulation of Games of Chance, Amendment P (2010)|Amend. P (CO)]]
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| [[Florida Health Care Freedom, Amendment 9 (2010)|Amendment 9 removed (FL)]], [[Oregon Lottery Funds for Natural Resources Amendment (2010)|Lottery funds measure (OR)]], [[Washington Repeal Tax Law Amendments, Initiative 1107 (2010)|I-1107 (WA)]], [[South Carolina Rainy Day Fund Amendment (2010)|Rainy Day Fund (SC)]], [[Missouri Earnings Tax Initiative (2010)|Tax In. (MO)]],[[Missouri Dog Breeding Regulation Initiative (2010)|Puppy Mill (MO)]]
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| [[Colorado Health Care Amendment (2010)|Healthcare (CO)]], [[Colorado Criminal Defendant Bail Bond, Proposition 102 (2010)|Bail bond (CO)]], [[Missouri Real Estate Taxation Amendment (2010)|Real estate tax (MO)]]
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Latest revision as of 18:19, 9 March 2014

2010 Ballot Measure Scorecard

Approveda This chart shows on a week-by-week basis the number of ballot measures that have been certified for the 2010 ballot.[1]
Approveda Certified means that it is already legally determined that the ballot measure will be on a statewide ballot.
Approveda Ballot measures listed in the third column were certified in the week leading up to that Tuesday's count.
Warning icon.png At times, court cases are decided that remove certified measures. If that should happen in 2010, the change in certification status will be documented here.

Tuesday Count-Checkmark.png
Tuesday Total measures certified Added this week Total change
Jan. 5 66 -
Jan. 12 67 Prop 16 (Calif) + 1
Jan. 19 69 Property Tax Caps (Indiana), Recreation Trust Fund (IA) added + 2
Jan. 26 73 Insurance Persistency (Calif), Amend 5 (Fla), Amend 6 (Fla), Prop 5 (VT) + 4
Feb. 2 74 Issue 2 (Ohio) added + 1
Feb. 9 74 Issue 1 (OH) & Tax hike (AZ) added; Amend. 1 & Amend. 2 (NE) removed 0
Feb. 16 74 0
Feb. 23 78 Election Amend. (NM), Term Amend. (NM), Leg. Am. (NM), Tax Am. (NM) +4
March 2 80 Annual Sessions (OR), Secret Ballot (SD) +2
March 9 89 Bail Amend. (WA), Property Projects (OR), Measure 69 (OR), Ethics Comm. (UT), Edu. (HI), 4 bond measures (NM) +9
March 16 100 Union Amend. (SC), FTF Repeal (AZ), 3 debt amend. (ID), Marijuana (SD), Fund Tran. (AZ), Amend. L (SD), Bond (NE), GS Repeal (AZ), Rainy Fund (VA), Tax exemption (UT) +11
Mar. 23 102 Right to Hunt (TN), Oxford Casino (ME) +2
Mar. 30 109 MJ Tax (CA), Tax Amd. (AL), Slots Veto (OH), 2 Nebraska measures, Amd. 62 (CO), PN In. (AK) +7
April 6 111 Orphan Am. (MD), Civil Jury Am. (MD) +2
April 13 118 Class Size Amend. (FL), 2 Maine bond measures, State Debt (WA), Tax Exempt. (VA), Propane Am. (AL), Referred Bill 52 (WA) +7
April 20 121 Legislature Amend. (AK), Tax Rebates Amend. (HI), Bond Package (AK) +3
April 27 123 Healthcare Amend. (FL), Road Construction (AL) +2
May 4 132 Hunt Am. (AZ), Lt. Gov. Am. (AZ), Trauma Am. (GA), Energy (GA), Redistrict Am. (FL), Vet. Tax (VA), Vote Am. (KS), Fed. Budget (FL), Sig. Amend. (AZ) +9
May 11 137 Congressional Redistricting (CA), Healthcare Amend. (MO), Employment Contract (GA), Transportation Contract (GA), Industrial Property (GA) +5
May 18 137 0
May 25 140 Healthcare Amend. (OK), Int. Am. (OK), Amend. P (CO) +3
June 1 146[2] Rain Day Am. (OK), Marijuana Question (AZ), Seat of gov't (CO), 3 amends. (RI) +6
June 8 148 Veterans' Question (AK), Real Property (CO) +2
June 15 150 Park Funding (CA), Casino Am. (RI) +2
June 22 157 Bench Amend. (LA), Homestead Tax (LA), Retirement (LA), Workers' Comp (LA), Property (LA), Tax Exempt (LA), Felonious Politicians Ban (MI) +7
June 29 161 Jobs Initiative (CA), Gov't Funds In. (CA), Budget Am (CA), Tax Am. (CA), Repeal In. (CA), R.D. Act (CA), R.I. Casino removed, Slots (OH) removed +4
July 6 161 Secret Ballot (AZ), removed, Sheriff Am. (NC) 0
July 13 166 Amend. 7 (FL), removed, I-1100 (WA), 3 initiatives (MA), I-1082 (WA) +5
July 20 173 I-1098 (WA), Criminal Sentencing (OR), Medical Marijuana (OR), Capital Reserve Am. (SC), 753 removed (OK), I-1053 (WA), 3 initiatives (MT) +7
July 27 174 Amendment 3 removed (FL), I-1105 (WA), Wood Village Casino, Part II (OR) +1
Aug. 3 178 Amendment 9 removed (FL), Lottery funds measure (OR), I-1107 (WA), Rainy Day Fund (SC), Tax In. (MO),Puppy Mill (MO) +4
Aug. 10 177 Prop 18 (CA) removed -1
Aug. 17 180 Prop. 108 (AZ), Education Tax (AL), Ad Valorem Am. (AL) +3
Aug. 24 180 0
Aug. 31 183 Healthcare (CO), Bail bond (CO), Real estate tax (MO) +3
Sept. 7 184 Hunting ban (ND) +1
Sept. 14 184 0
Sept. 21 184 0
Sept. 28 184 0
Oct. 5 184 0
Oct. 12 184 0
Oct. 19 184 0
Oct. 26 184 0

References

  1. If it is discovered in, for example, June that the chart has been missing a measure all year that was legally certified before January 1, the chart will be retroactively updated in each cell to reflect that reality, and the change will be documented on the article's talk page.
  2. The District of Columbia also has a ballot measure on its November 2 ballot - Washington, D.C. Attorney General Selection (2010). On Ballotpedia, the DC ballot measure is counted as a local ballot measure, grouped in with local, city-wide ballot measures from cities such as Los Angeles, Houston or Detroit.

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