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|2000 || [[Legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LR]] || [[Maryland Question 2 (2000)|Question 2]] || Commerce & Economic Devel || Expressly authorizes the Prince George's County Council to take property immediately upon a finding of immediate need for redevelopment purposes. || '''''<span style="color:red">Failed</span>'''''<br>'''Yes:''' 38.0%<br>'''No:''' 62.0%
 
|2000 || [[Legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LR]] || [[Maryland Question 2 (2000)|Question 2]] || Commerce & Economic Devel || Expressly authorizes the Prince George's County Council to take property immediately upon a finding of immediate need for redevelopment purposes. || '''''<span style="color:red">Failed</span>'''''<br>'''Yes:''' 38.0%<br>'''No:''' 62.0%
 
 
 
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Revision as of 11:37, 11 September 2008

This table shows all referenda that made the ballot in Maryland for 2000. In the tables below, "CR" for a citizen referendum, and "LR" for a legislative referral.


See also


2000

Year Type Initiative Title Subject Matter Description Status
2000 LR Question 1 Elections & Redistricting Exempts the Board of County Commissioners of Cecil County from the constitutional requirements that all State and county elections be held only in every fourth year on a particular date. Passed
Yes: 69.0%
No: 31.0%
2000 LR Question 2 Commerce & Economic Devel Expressly authorizes the Prince George's County Council to take property immediately upon a finding of immediate need for redevelopment purposes. Failed
Yes: 38.0%
No: 62.0%