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Revision as of 14:01, 9 March 2014


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Three statewide ballot questions were on the November 2, 2010 ballot in the state of Maryland.

On the ballot

November 2

Type Title Subject Description Result
ABR Question 1 ConCon Allows the state's voters to say whether they want a constitutional convention to be held Defeatedd
LRCA Question 2 Trials Increases the amount of money in controversy in civil proceedings. Approveda
LRCA Question 3 Judiciary Adds requirements for judges in orphan's courts in Baltimore City. Approveda

Not on the ballot

See also Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot

The following measures were not on the ballot:

Type Title Subject Description Status
LRSS Speed Camera Referendum Transportation Allow speed cameras in highway work zones, and in school zones rejected
LRCA Card Gambling Amendment Gambling Authorize gambling on card games at up to six locations. rejected
LRCA Health Care Amendment Healthcare Prohibit laws that interfere with health care plan choices for medical care. rejected

Local ballot measures

May 4June 7

See also

Additional reading

References

  1. For Question 1 to be approved, it requires a double majority, or the approval of all of those who voted in the election (not just those who voted on Question 1). As of mid-day on November 5, the final tally of how many total ballots were cast on November 2 has not been announced. It is therefore not possible to determine conclusively at this time whether Question 1 was approved or defeated.