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Oregon 5% Sales Tax for Public Schools, Measure 1 (1993)

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Oregon Ballot Measure 1 (November) was on the statewide November 9, 1993 ballot in Oregon as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. It was overwhelmingly defeated.

Measure 1 would have authorized a 5% sales tax. The tax revenues raised would have been earmarked for public schools.

Measure 1 was referred to the ballot by the state legislature.

Election results

Measure 1 November
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No721,93075%
Yes 240,991 25%


Ballot Title

Should We Pass A 5% Sales Tax for Public Schools with these Restrictions?

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