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Revision as of 12:00, 10 January 2010

Seven statewide ballot questions appeared on the November 2006 ballot in the state of South Carolina.

Election Results

Type Title Subject Description Result
LR Marriage Amendment Marriage Marriage in South Carolina consists only of one man and one woman Approveda
LR Question 2a Legislature Permits house by majority vote to recede for not more than thirty days Approveda
LR Question 2b Legislature Deletes a requirement that prohibits either house from adjourning for more than three days Approveda
LR Question 3a Budgets Allow aggressive investing of retirement fund in all stocks Approveda
LR Question 3b Administration Eliminate the Retirement Systems Investment Panel Approveda
LR Question 4 Property Taxes Limit increases in the value of a parcel of real property Approveda
LR Question 5 Eminent Domain Prohibits the State or a local government from condemning, or taking, private property Approveda

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