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Wow! Talk about a week that went by way too fast and a lot of accumulated info! After only a week I can completely understand if Mainers' are already dizzy with [[BC2009#November|November 2009]] ballot info overload. And so, below I have compiled links to all of the Maine interviews from this week. I hope that they have proven useful and helped provide a closer look at [[Maine Same-Sex Marriage People's Veto, Question 1 (2009)|same-sex marriage]], the [[Maine Auto Excise Tax Repeal, Question 2 (2009)|auto excise tax repeal]] and [[Maine Tax Relief Initiative, Question 4 (2009)|TABOR II]].  
 
Wow! Talk about a week that went by way too fast and a lot of accumulated info! After only a week I can completely understand if Mainers' are already dizzy with [[BC2009#November|November 2009]] ballot info overload. And so, below I have compiled links to all of the Maine interviews from this week. I hope that they have proven useful and helped provide a closer look at [[Maine Same-Sex Marriage People's Veto, Question 1 (2009)|same-sex marriage]], the [[Maine Auto Excise Tax Repeal, Question 2 (2009)|auto excise tax repeal]] and [[Maine Tax Relief Initiative, Question 4 (2009)|TABOR II]].  
  
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Latest revision as of 16:54, 29 December 2009

October 9, 2009

Ballotpedia reporter Bailey Ludlam


Wow! Talk about a week that went by way too fast and a lot of accumulated info! After only a week I can completely understand if Mainers' are already dizzy with November 2009 ballot info overload. And so, below I have compiled links to all of the Maine interviews from this week. I hope that they have proven useful and helped provide a closer look at same-sex marriage, the auto excise tax repeal and TABOR II.

QUESTION 1 - Same-sex marriage veto:

Question 2 - Auto excise tax repeal:

Question 4 - TABOR II:

See also