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Revision as of 12:37, 11 August 2011

2008
2004
Nine statewide ballot questions appeared on the November 2006 ballot in the state of Georgia.

On the ballot

Type Title Subject Description Result
LR Amendment 1 Eminent domain Eminent domain reform Approveda
LR Amendment 2 Hunting Constitutional right to hunt & fish Approveda
LR Amendment 3 License Plates Authorized special license plates Approveda
LR Referendum A Ad valorem tax Exemption for farm equipment Approveda
LR Referendum B Ad valorem tax Exemption for veterans Approveda
LR Referendum C Ad valorem tax Exemption for charitable institutions Approveda
LR Referendum D Homestead exemption Exemption for senior citizens Approveda
LR Referendum E Homestead exemption Surviving spouses/police/fire Approveda
LR Referendum F Homestead exemption Surviving spouse Approveda

See also

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