Oregon Temporary Property Tax Authority for Local Districts, Measure 77 (May 2000)

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Oregon Ballot Measure 22 (2000) or Senate Joint Resolution (SJR) 1 is an legislatively-referred constitutional amendment that sets a permanent limit on local taxing district's property tax rate at the district's 1997-1998 rate, but allows increases if the district had local option levy approved by voters in the 1997-1998 tax year. The full measure includes other provisions.[1]

Election results

This measure failed at the 2000 Primary Election.

Measure 77
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No432,54156.26%
Yes 336,253 43.74%


Ballot title

Amends Constitution: Makes Certain Local Taxing Districts' Temporary Property Tax Authority Permanent[2]

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