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* [[List of Georgia ballot measures]]
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* [[Laws governing the initiative process in Georgia]]
 
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Revision as of 11:06, 21 September 2008

This table shows all initiatives and referenda that made the ballot in Georgia for 2006. In the tables below, "CICA" stands for citizen-initiated constitutional amendment, "CSS" for a citizen-initiated state statute, "CR" for a citizen referendum, "LR" for a legislative referral, and "LRCA" for a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment.


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Year Title Subject Description Status
2006 Amendment 1 Eminent domain Eminent domain reform Passed
Yes: 82.7%
No: 17.3%
2006 Amendment 2 Hunting Constitutional right to hunt & fish Passed
Yes: 81.1%
No: 18.9%
2006 Amendment 3 License plates Authorized special license plates Passed
Yes: 67.4%
No: 32.6%
2006 Referendum A Ad valorem tax Exemption for farm equipment Passed
Yes: 60.7%
No: 39.3%
2006 Referendum B Ad valorem tax Exemption for veterans Passed
Yes: 71.3%
No: 28.7%
2006 Referendum C Ad valorem tax Exemption for charitable institutions Passed
Yes: 68.5%
No: 31.5%
2006 Referendum D Homestead exemption Exemption for senior citizens Passed
Yes: 88.7%
No: 11.3%
2006 Referendum E Homestead exemption Surviving spouses/police/fire Passed
Yes: 85.2%
No: 14.8%
2006 Referendum F Homestead exemption Surviving spouse Passed
Yes: 89.9%
No: 10.1%



External links

http://www.sos.ga.gov/elections/