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Wansdyke District Council elections

1976 Wansdyke District Council election New ward boundaries. 1987 Wansdyke District Council election District boundary changes took place but the number of seats remained the same. 1991 Wansdyke District Council election District boundary changes ...

                                               

West Suffolk District Council elections

Elections of members of West Suffolk District Council are held every four years, following the merger of Forest Heath district council and the Borough of St Edmundsbury to form the new West Suffolk district in April 2019. 64 councillors are elect ...

                                               

Worcestershire County Council elections

2017 Worcestershire County Council election. 1997 Worcestershire County Council election. 2005 Worcestershire County Council election. 2001 Worcestershire County Council election. 2013 Worcestershire County Council election. 2009 Worcestershire C ...

                                               

2017 Welsh Liberal Democrats leadership election

The Welsh Liberal Democrats leadership election took place during the autumn of 2017 and was won by Jane Dodds, who defeated Ceredigion Councillor Elizabeth Evans in a closely fought contest. After the 2017 General election of the party leader an ...

                                               

Timeline of events in the 2006 Liberal Democrats leadership election

This timeline of events in the Liberal Democrats leadership election, 2006 lists the events covering the period from Charles Kennedys initial call for a leadership election with the Liberal Democrats to the conclusion of the 2006 Liberal Democrat ...

                                               

Timeline of events in the 2007 Liberal Democrats leadership election

This timeline of events in the Liberal Democrats leadership election, 2007 lists the events covering the period from Sir Menzies Campbells resignation to the conclusion of the 2007 Liberal Democrats leadership election.

                                               

1831 United States Senate special election in Pennsylvania

The 1831 United States Senate special election in Pennsylvania was held on December 13, 1831. George M. Dallas was elected by the Pennsylvania General Assembly to the United States Senate.

                                               

2002 California Proposition 51

Proposition 51 was a California ballot proposition on the November 5, 2002 ballot votes in favor and 3.922.590 against. It was placed on the ballot through the initiative process. The question before voters was: Should the sales and use taxes rai ...

                                               

2002 California Proposition 52

Proposition 52 was a California ballot proposition on the November 5, 2002 ballot. It failed to pass with 2.808.240 votes in favor and 4.108.362 against. It would allow Election Day voter registration, removing the deadline to register to vote, w ...

                                               

2002 Massachusetts ballot measures

The Massachusetts general election held on November 5, 2002, included three ballot measures that were voted on by the public. The Constitution of Massachusetts may be amended by the initiative, and state laws can be proposed by the initiative. Th ...

                                               

2003 California Proposition 53

Proposition 53 was a California ballot proposition on the October 7, 2003, special recall election ballot. It failed to pass with 3.020.577 votes in favor and 5.318.065 against. It was placed on the ballot by a vote of the state legislature on As ...

                                               

2004 California Proposition 1A

Proposition 1A was a California ballot proposition on the November 2, 2004 ballot. The proposition passed with 9.411.198 votes in favor and 1.840.002 against. The proposal is intended to protect revenues collected by local authorities can be tran ...

                                               

2004 California Proposition 57

Proposition 57 was a California ballot proposition on the March 2, 2004 primary election ballot. It was passed with 4.056.313 votes in favor and 2.348.910 against. The proposition authorized the state to sell billion in long-term bonds to pay off ...

                                               

2004 California Proposition 58

Proposition 58 was a California ballot proposition on the March 2, 2004 ballot. It passed with 4.535.084 votes in favor and 1.841.138 against. It was officially called the California Balanced Budget Act. It requires the state legislature to pass ...

                                               

2004 Oregon Ballot Measure 30

Ballot Measure 30 of 2004 would have created a surcharge on Oregons income tax, raised the minimum tax corporations pay in Oregon income taxes, and made other changes to the tax code to increase revenues. Similar to the previous years defeated Me ...

                                               

2005 California special election

The California special election of 2005 was held on November 8, 2005 after being called by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on June 13, 2005. California voters rejected all eight ballot propositions. Propositions 73, 76, and 77 were initiative cons ...

                                               

Colorado Referendum E

Referendum E was a 2006 referendum in Colorado to reduce property taxes for qualified disabled veterans by exempting a portion of the value of their home from property taxation. Voters approved the referendum 78% to 22%. A qualified disabled vete ...

                                               

Colorado Referendum G

Referendum G was a 2006 Colorado ballot measure. It removed provisions, dates, and references to obsolete laws from three sections of the state Constitution. The laws removed regarded militia duty dating back to the post-Civil War era, the consol ...

                                               

Colorado Referendum H

Referendum H was a 2006 Colorado referendum to bar businesses from claiming a state income tax business deduction for wages paid to workers who were known at the time of hiring to be undocumented immigrants. It passed and it affected employees hi ...

                                               

Colorado Referendum I

Colorado Referendum I was a proposed law that would have established domestic partnerships in the U.S. state of Colorado. The bill was passed by the Colorado General Assembly and was submitted to popular referendum during general elections on Nov ...

                                               

Colorado Referendum J

Current law in Colorado requires school districts to set aside money from within the total budget for specific purposes, such as buildings and insurance, books and other school supplies, and services for "at-risk" students. These specific budgeta ...

                                               

Colorado Referendum K

Referendum K is a referendum on the 2006 Colorado ballot. It "directs the Colorado attorney general to initiate, or join other states in, a lawsuit against the U.S. attorney general to demand that the federal government enforce existing federal i ...

                                               

2006 Massachusetts ballot measures

Three citizen-initiated measures appeared on the November 7, 2006 ballot in Massachusetts. In the Constitution of Massachusetts may be amended at the initiative and with state laws may be proposed by the initiative. All three measures on the stat ...

                                               

2007 Oregon state elections

The November 6, 2007, Special Election, was an off-year election in which no members of the Congress, statewide offices, or members of the Oregon Legislative Assembly were scheduled for election. However, two statewide measures were referred by t ...

                                               

Washington Referendum 67

Referendum 67 was a vote held in 2007 in which the people of Washington state confirmed the Insurance Fair Conduct Act. The proposed law appeared on the November 6 general election ballot in Washington, along with five other ballot measures. It p ...

                                               

Alaska Clean Water Initiative

The Alaska Clean Water Initiative of 2008 was a citizens-initiative ballot measure. In Alaska, such measures become state law, if a majority of voters vote in favor of the measure. The ACWI contained regulatory language limiting the release and d ...

                                               

2008 California Proposition 3

Proposition 3 is a law that was enacted by California voters by means of the initiative process. It is a bond issue that authorizes 0 million in bonds, to be repaid from state’s General Fund, to fund the construction, expansion, remodeling, renov ...

                                               

2008 California Proposition 12

Proposition 12 appeared on the November 4, 2008 ballot in California. It is also known as the Veterans Bond Act of 2008. The measure was legislatively referred to the ballot in Senate Bill 1572. The primary sponsor of SB 1572 was Senator Mark Wyl ...

                                               

2008 California Propositions 94, 95, 96, and 97

Propositions 94, 95, 96, and 97 were Californian ballot propositions that sought to expand the scope of Native American gambling enterprises in California. All four propositions were approved by voters during elections on February 5, 2008

                                               

Colorado Referendum L

Referendum L was a referendum in Colorado, USA in 2008, to lower the age requirement to participate in the Colorado State Legislature from 25 to 21. The measure was rejected by voters 53.7% to 46.3% on November 4, 2008.

                                               

2008 Massachusetts ballot measures

Three citizen-initiated measures appeared on the November 4, 2008, ballot in Massachusetts. In the Constitution of Massachusetts may be amended by initiative and state laws may be proposed by the initiative. All three measures on the state ballot ...

                                               

2008 Oregon Ballot Measure 51

Ballot Measure 51 was a Legislatively referred constitutional amendment ballot measure for the May 20, 2008 primary election ballot in the state of Oregon. The measure amended the Oregon Constitution and was passed by the voters.

                                               

2008 Oregon Ballot Measure 52

Ballot Measure 51 was a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on the May 20, 2008 primary election ballot in the state of Oregon. The measure amended the Oregon Constitution and was passed by the voters.

                                               

2008 Oregon Ballot Measure 53

Ballot Measure 53 was a legislatively referred constitutional amendment ballot measure for the May 20, 2008 primary election ballot in the state of Oregon. The measure amended the Oregon Constitution and was narrowly passed by the voters after an ...

                                               

2008 Oregon Ballot Measure 54

Oregon Ballot Measure 54 or House Joint Resolution is a legislatively referred constitutional amendment that removed provisions relating to qualifications of electors for school district elections. The measure is a technical fix designed to remov ...

                                               

2008 Oregon state elections

On November 4, 2008, the U.S. state of Oregon held statewide general elections for three statewide offices, both houses of the Oregon Legislative Assembly, and twelve state ballot measures. The primary elections were held on May 20, 2008. Both el ...

                                               

2009 California Proposition 1A

Proposition 1A was a defeated California ballot proposition that appeared on the May 19, 2009 special election ballot. It was a constitutional amendment that would have increased the annual contributions to the states rainy day fund. The proposit ...

                                               

2009 California Proposition 1B

Proposition 1B was a defeated California ballot proposition that appeared on the May 19, 2009 special election ballot. The measure was legislatively referred to the ballot by the State Legislature. If passed it would have secured additional fundi ...

                                               

2009 California Proposition 1C

Proposition 1C was a defeated California ballot proposition that appeared on the May 19, 2009 special election ballot. The measure was a legislatively referred constitutional amendment that would have made significant changes to the operation of ...

                                               

2009 California Proposition 1D

Proposition 1D was a defeated California ballot proposition that appeared on the May 19, 2009 special election ballot. The measure was legislatively referred by the State Legislature. If approved, the proposition would have authorized a one-time ...

                                               

2009 California Proposition 1E

Proposition 1E was a defeated California ballot proposition that appeared on the May 19, 2009 special election ballot. The measure was legislatively referred by the State Legislature. If passed Proposition 1E would have authorized a one-time real ...

                                               

2010 Arizona Proposition 100

Proposition 100 was a ballot measure to temporarily raise the Arizona state sales tax by 1 cent per dollar, with the proceeds going to education, public safety, and health and human services. The referendum was passed by voters in a special elect ...

                                               

2010 Massachusetts ballot measures

Three citizen-initiated measures appeared on the November 2, 2010, ballot in Massachusetts. In the Constitution of Massachusetts may be amended by initiative and state laws may be proposed by the initiative. All three measures on the state ballot ...

                                               

2010 Oregon Ballot Measures 68 and 69

Measure 68 passed with 65.1% voter approval. The measure allows the state to issue bonds to match voter-approved school district bonds for school capital costs.

                                               

2012 California Proposition 30

Proposition 30, officially titled Temporary Taxes to Fund Education, is a California ballot measure that was decided by California voters at the statewide election on November 6, 2012. The initiative is a measure to increase taxes to prevent US b ...

                                               

Portland Arts Tax

The Portland Arts Tax, formally the Arts Education and Access Income Tax, is a tax paid by residents of Portland, Oregon to support school teachers and art focused nonprofit organizations. Residents age eighteen or older with The Portland Arts Ta ...

                                               

2014 Massachusetts ballot measures

Four statewide ballot measures are certified for the 2014 ballot in the state of Massachusetts. Of the measures that qualified for the ballot, Question 1 repeals automatic gas tax increases already signed into law, Question 2 expands the states b ...

                                               

Massachusetts Automatic Gas Tax Increase Repeal Initiative

The Massachusetts Automatic Gas Tax Increase Repeal Initiative, Question 1 was on the November 4, 2014 statewide ballot. Approved by voters, the measure repeals a 2013 law that would automatically adjust gas taxes according to inflation, allowing ...

                                               

2016 California Proposition 59

California Proposition 59 is a non-binding advisory question that appeared on the 2016 California November general election ballot. It asked voters if they wanted California to work towards overturning the Citizens United U.S. Supreme Court ruling.

                                               

2016 California Proposition 62

Proposition 62 was a California ballot proposition on the November 8, 2016, ballot that would have repealed the death penalty and replaced it with life imprisonment and forced labor without possibility of parole. It would have applied retroactive ...