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{{OKConstitution}}{{tnr}}'''Nine statewide ballot questions''' have been approved for the [[2010 ballot measures|November 2, 2010 ballot]] in the state of [[Oklahoma]]. The [[Petition drive deadlines, 2010|signature filing deadline]] for the [[2010 ballot measures|2010 ballot]] in [[Oklahoma]] is [[BC2010#September|September 2010]].  The [[Petition drive deadlines, 2010|signature requirements]] for proposed constitutional amendments is 219,400 and 117,013 for proposed state statutes.
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{{OKConstitution}}{{tnr}}'''Nine statewide ballot questions''' have been approved for the [[2010 ballot measures|November 2, 2010 ballot]] in the state of [[Oklahoma]]. The [[Petition drive deadlines, 2010|signature filing deadline]] for the [[2010 ballot measures|2010 ballot]] in [[Oklahoma]] is [[BC2010#September|September 2010]].  The [[Petition drive deadlines, 2010|signature requirements]] for proposed constitutional amendments is 219,400 and 117,013 for proposed state statutes. As of April 2010, '''two ballot initiatives''' had been filed with the [[Oklahoma Secretary of State]].
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Nine statewide ballot questions have been approved for the November 2, 2010 ballot in the state of Oklahoma. The signature filing deadline for the 2010 ballot in Oklahoma is September 2010. The signature requirements for proposed constitutional amendments is 219,400 and 117,013 for proposed state statutes. As of April 2010, two ballot initiatives had been filed with the Oklahoma Secretary of State.

For the November 2010 ballot:

On the ballot

November 2

Type Title Subject Description Result
CICA State Question 744 Education Mandates money the state must provide to public schools Defeatedd
LRSS State Question 746 Elections Requires potential voters to provide proof of identity Approveda
LRCA State Question 747 Term limits Limits terms of office of elected officials Approveda
LRCA State Question 748 Redistricting Legislative re-apportionment done by bipartisan commission Approveda
LRCA State Question 750 Direct democracy Provides that initiative signatures be based on votes for governor in recent election Approveda
LRCA State Question 751 English Provides that English is the "common and unifying language of Oklahoma" Approveda
LRCA State Question 752 Judiciary Modifies the composition of the Judicial Nominating Commission Approveda
LRCA State Question 754 Gov't finances Provides that the Legislature is not required to make expenditures based on pre-determined formulas Defeatedd
LRCA State Question 755 Judiciary Forbids courts from considering international or Sharia law when deciding cases ApprovedaOverturnedot
LRCA State Question 756 Healthcare Allows residents to opt out of any federal healthcare mandates. Approveda
LRCA State Question 757 Gov't finances Increases amount of money to be put into constitutional reserve fund. Approveda

Potential

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Parole Board Question Admin. of gov't Merge the Pardon and Parole Board with the Corrections Department introduced
LRCA Running-Mate Proposal Admin. of gov't Allow the governor and the lieutenant governor to run on the same ticket as a team. introduced
LRCA Health Care Amendment Health care Allow residents to opt out of any federal health care mandates. introduced

Not on ballot

Type Title Subject Description Result
CISS Question 749 Admin. of gov't Overhaul Oklahoma DHS systems dismissed

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