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Oklahoma 2010 ballot measures

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Eleven statewide ballot questions were on the November 2, 2010 ballot in the state of Oklahoma.
  • The signature requirement for proposed constitutional amendments was 219,400 and 117,013 for proposed state statutes.

For the November 2010 ballot:

On the ballot

Type Title Subject Description Result
CICA Question 744 Education Mandates money State must provide to public schools Defeatedd

LRSS Question 746 Elections Potential voters must provide proof of identity Approveda

LRCA Question 747 Term limits Limiting terms of office of elected officials Approveda

LRCA Question 748 Redistricting Legislative re-apportionment done by bipartisan commission Approveda

LRCA Question 750 Direct democracy measures Initiative signatures based on votes for governor in recent election Approveda

LRCA Question 751 English English is "common and unifying language of Oklahoma" Approveda

LRCA Question 752 Judicial reform Modify composition of Judicial Nominating Commission Approveda

LRCA Question 754 State budgets Legislature not required to make expenditures based on pre-determined formulas Defeatedd

LRCA Question 755 Judicial reform Federal/state laws used to decide cases forbidding courts from considering international law. Approveda


LRCA Question 756 Healthcare Allow residents to opt out of any federal healthcare mandates. Approveda

LRCA Question 757 State budgets Increases amount of money to be put into constitutional reserve fund. Approveda

Not on ballot

See also Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
Type Title Subject Description Result
CISS Question 749 Admin. of gov't Overhaul Oklahoma DHS systems dismissed
LRCA Question 753 Admin. of gov't Senate approves person chosen by governor for Workers' Compensation Court removed

Local ballot measures

February 9March 2April 6May 11July 27

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