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|[[Legislative referral|LR]] || [[Rhode Island Transportation Bonds Question 1 (2008)|Rhode Island Transportation Bonds]] || Would authorize the Rhode Island state government to borrow $87,215,000 for improvements to infrastructure || '''On ballot'''
 
|[[Legislative referral|LR]] || [[Rhode Island Transportation Bonds Question 1 (2008)|Rhode Island Transportation Bonds]] || Would authorize the Rhode Island state government to borrow $87,215,000 for improvements to infrastructure || '''On ballot'''
 
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|[[Legislative referral|LR]] || [[Rhode Island Open Space Bonds Question 2 (2008)|Rhode Island Open Space Bonds]] || Would authorize the Rhode Island state government to borrow $2,500,000 in order to buy land for conservation || '''On ballot'''
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|[[Legislative referral|LR]] || [[Rhode Island Open Space Bonds Question 2 (2008)|Rhode Island Open Space Bonds]] || Would authorize the Rhode Island state government to borrow $2,500,000 in order to buy land for open space, recreation, and conservation || '''On ballot'''
 
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Revision as of 12:44, 29 October 2008

Two statewide ballot questions will appear on the November 4, 2008 ballot in Rhode Island.

Rhode Island 2008 ballot measures

In the table, "LR" stands for Legislative referral.

Type Title Description Status
LR Rhode Island Transportation Bonds Would authorize the Rhode Island state government to borrow $87,215,000 for improvements to infrastructure On ballot
LR Rhode Island Open Space Bonds Would authorize the Rhode Island state government to borrow $2,500,000 in order to buy land for open space, recreation, and conservation On ballot

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