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* [[Parcel tax elections in California]].  Local parcel tax ballot measures must win a 2/3rds supermajority in order to pass.
 
* [[Parcel tax elections in California]].  Local parcel tax ballot measures must win a 2/3rds supermajority in order to pass.
 
* [[California school bond elections]].  Local school bond ballot propositions require a 55% supermajority vote to pass.
 
* [[California school bond elections]].  Local school bond ballot propositions require a 55% supermajority vote to pass.
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==Enact state budgets==
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Several states require a supermajority vote to pass their state's budget, including [[California]].
  
 
==Referred amendments==
 
==Referred amendments==

Revision as of 09:36, 26 September 2010

A supermajority requirement is when a ballot measure must win more than 50% of the vote in order to be approved.

Examples of supermajority requirements:

Enact state budgets

Several states require a supermajority vote to pass their state's budget, including California.

Referred amendments

Constitutional conventions

See also