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{{pt1}} [[Maryland 2010 ballot measures|2010]] {{pt2}} [[Maryland 2006 ballot measures|2006]] {{pt3}}{{TOCnestright}}Voters in [[Maryland]] are able to vote on:
 
{{pt1}} [[Maryland 2010 ballot measures|2010]] {{pt2}} [[Maryland 2006 ballot measures|2006]] {{pt3}}{{TOCnestright}}Voters in [[Maryland]] are able to vote on:
  
* Statewide [[veto referendum|veto referenda]], which enables them to overturn "any Act, or part of any Act of the General Assembly, if approved by the Governor, or, if passed by the General Assembly over the veto of the Governor".<ref>[http://www.msa.md.gov/msa/mdmanual/43const/html/16art16.html ''Maryland Constitution: Article XVI'']</ref>   
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* Statewide [[veto referendum|veto referenda]], which enables them to overturn "any Act, or part of any Act of the General Assembly, if approved by the Governor, or, if passed by the General Assembly over the veto of the Governor."<ref>[http://www.msa.md.gov/msa/mdmanual/43const/html/16art16.html ''Maryland Constitution: Article XVI'']</ref>   
 
* [[Legislative referral]]s put on the ballot by the [[Maryland State Legislature|state's general assembly]].
 
* [[Legislative referral]]s put on the ballot by the [[Maryland State Legislature|state's general assembly]].
  

Revision as of 08:07, 25 March 2014

2010
2006
Voters in Maryland are able to vote on:

National overview

On the ballot

November 4

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Question 1 Elections Allows legislature to provide for early voting (within two weeks of an election) Approveda
LRCA Question 2 Gambling Authorizes adding 15,000 slot machines at five locations Approveda

See also

Maryland

External links

References