Oklahoma Sale of Liquor in Municipalities, State Question 22 (1910)

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Oklahoma Initiative 11, also known as "Oklahoma State Question 22", appeared on the November 8, 1910 ballot in Oklahoma.

Defeatedd It was rejected, with 105,041 votes in favor and 126,118 votes against.

Had the measure passed, it would have created a new constitutional amendment allowing liquor sales in cities, which had been prohibited in Oklahoma’s original constitution.

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