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* A total of''' $43,308,752''' was spent, pro and con, on ballot measure campaigns in Ohio in 2006.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/state_overview.phtml?s=OH&y=2006 ''Follow the Money Ohio 2006'']</ref>
 
* A total of''' $43,308,752''' was spent, pro and con, on ballot measure campaigns in Ohio in 2006.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/state_overview.phtml?s=OH&y=2006 ''Follow the Money Ohio 2006'']</ref>
  
* Through [[Ohio 2005 ballot measures|2005]], a total of seventy-one (71) [[initiative|citizen-initiated ballot propositions]] had appeared on Ohio's ballot since the [[Ohio Reduce State Legislature Act (1913)|first initiative]] in 1913.
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* Through [[Ohio 2005 ballot measures|2005]], a total of seventy-one (71) [[initiative|citizen-initiated ballot propositions]] had appeared on Ohio's ballot since the [[Ohio Small Legislature, Proposed Amendment 5 (1913)|first initiative]] in 1913.
  
 
* With four initiatives on the 2006 ballot, the historical total of Ohio initiatives through the 2006 election climbed to seventy-five (75).
 
* With four initiatives on the 2006 ballot, the historical total of Ohio initiatives through the 2006 election climbed to seventy-five (75).

Revision as of 14:21, 25 June 2013

2007
2005

Four statewide ballot measures were on the November 7, 2006 ballot in the state of Ohio.

On the ballot

November 7

Type Title Subject Description Result
CICA Issue 2 Min Wage Raises the state minimum wage rate from $5.15 to $6.85 Approveda


CICA Issue 3 Gambling Permits up to 31,500 slot machines at seven horse racing tracks and at two Cleveland locations Defeatedd


CICA Issue 4 Smoking Bans Provides a smoking ban in enclosed areas with certain exceptions Defeatedd


IndISS Issue 5 Smoking Bans Restricts smoking in places of employment and most places open to the public. Approveda


  • A total of $43,308,752 was spent, pro and con, on ballot measure campaigns in Ohio in 2006.[1]
  • With four initiatives on the 2006 ballot, the historical total of Ohio initiatives through the 2006 election climbed to seventy-five (75).
  • Of the seventy-five initiatives on the Ohio ballot through 2006, nineteen (19) were approved, and fifty-six (56) defeated.

See also

Ohio

External links

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