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A Look at Some 2018 Ballot Questions

========= ========= Promoted from the diaries by streiff. Promotion does not imply endorsement. ========= ========= Other than the Senate, US House and gubernatorial races this year, voters will be presented with several ballot questions.  In earlier primary elections, voters have already approved nine of eleven questions including one in Oklahoma approving of medical marijuana.   The number of questions this year is way below the average for election years since 2010.  Thirteen are bond questions whose total is almost $17 billion with the bulk of it coming out of California.  As is usual, most of the questions deal with tax reform of some type. What follows is a survey of some of the more interesting questions being put to voters in November by category. Abortion:   Alabama votes on a referendum that codifies the sanctity of life and stating that nothing in their state constitution secures a right to an abortion or funding for abortion.  The sponsor of the measure says it is necessary should the Supreme Court ever overturn Roe vs. Wade.  An almost identical question will be posed to the voters of West Virginia.  How this affects GOP turnout and Manchin’s chances of reelection may be a consideration. Civil Rights:…

Source: RedState | A Look at Some 2018 Ballot Questions

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