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'''Two statewide ballot questions''' appeared on the [[2000 ballot measures|2000 ballot]] in the state of [[Maryland]].
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{{pt1}} [[Maryland 2002 ballot measures|2002]] {{pt2}} [[Maryland 1998 ballot measures|1998]] {{pt3}}'''Two statewide ballot questions''' appeared on the [[2000 ballot measures|November 7, 2000 ballot]] in the state of [[Maryland]].
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| {{lrca}} || [[Maryland Question 1 (2000)|Question 1]] || [[:Category:Elections and campaigns, Maryland|Elections]] || Board of Cecil County Commissioners exempt from requirement that elections be held only in every fourth year on a particular date.  || {{ap}}
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* The two ballot measures that were on the ballot were legislatively referred constitutional amendments.
| {{lrca}} || [[Maryland Question 2 (2000)|Question 2]] || [[:Category:Eminent domain, Maryland|Eminent domain]] || Prince George's County Council authorized to take property upon a finding of immediate need for redevelopment purposes. || {{d}}
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==On the ballot==
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==See also==
 
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* [[Maryland 2008 ballot measures]]
 
* [[Maryland 2008 ballot measures]]
 
* [[List of Maryland ballot measures]]
 
* [[List of Maryland ballot measures]]
* [[History of Initiative & Referendum in Maryland]]  
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* [[History of Initiative & Referendum in Maryland]]
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* [[2000 ballot measures]]
  
 
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Revision as of 13:28, 29 June 2011

2002
1998
Two statewide ballot questions appeared on the November 7, 2000 ballot in the state of Maryland.
  • The two ballot measures that were on the ballot were legislatively referred constitutional amendments.

On the ballot

November 7

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Question 1 Elections Exempts the Board of Cecil County Commissioners from requirement that elections be held only in every fourth year on a particular date Approveda
LRCA Question 2 Eminent domain Authorizes Prince George's County Council to take property upon a finding of immediate need for redevelopment purposes. Defeatedd

See also

Maryland

External links