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Oregon Ballot Measures


NOVEMBER 2007

Measure 49
MODIFIES MEASURE 37; CLARIFIES RIGHT TO BUILD HOMES; LIMITS LARGE DEVELOPMENTS; PROTECTS FARMS, FORESTS, GROUNDWATER.
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Votes
Pctg.
Yes
718,023
62.1
No
437,351
37.9

Measure 50
AMENDS CONSTITUTION: DEDICATES FUNDS TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE FOR CHILDREN, FUND TOBACCO PREVENTION, THROUGH INCREASED TOBACCO TAX.
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Votes
Pctg.
Yes
472,063
40.7
No
686,470
59.3
ELECTION RESULTS  ( KATU )  ( KGW )  ( KOIN )  ( THE OREGONIAN )
* Official Results

NOVEMBER 2006

There were ten statewide ballot measures for the November 7, 2006 election. We list the vote percentage as of 11/16. These are unofficial results.


Oregon Ballot Measure 39
— Prohibits a public body from condemning private real estate property (“eminent domain”) if the public body intends to convey that property on to another private party.
Passes: Yes — 67.09% to No — 32.91%

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Oregon Ballot Measure 40
— Amends the state constitution so that Oregon’s Supreme Court judges and Court of Appeals judges are elected by geographic districts.
Fails: Yes — 43.42% to No — 56.58%

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Oregon Ballot Measure 41
— Changes the Oregon tax code so that state taxpayers can claim the exact same exemption credit on their state taxes as they get on their federal return. This change would cost the state millions in General Fund revenue.
Fails: Yes — 37.10% to No — 62.90%

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Oregon Ballot Measure 42
— Prohibits insurance companies from using credit scores or credit “worthiness” in calculating insurance rates and/or premiums.
Fails: Yes — 35.36% to No — 64.64%

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Oregon Ballot Measure 43
— Requires 48-hours notice to the parents of most teenagers seeking an abortion.
Fails: Yes — 45.20% to No — 54.80%

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Oregon Ballot Measure 44
— Allows any Oregon resident without prescription drug coverage to participate in Oregon’s prescription drug program.
Passes: Yes — 77.98% to No — 22.02%

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Oregon Ballot Measure 45
— Term limits measure that restricts state legislators to six years as a state representative, eight years as a state senator and 14 years total in the Legislature.
Fails: Yes — 41.26% to No — 58.74%

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Oregon Ballot Measure 46
— Amends state constitution to allow, through the initiative process or the Legislative Assembly by a three-fourths vote of both Houses, enactment of laws to prohibit or limit contributions and expenditure to candidates.
Fails: Yes — 40.31% to No — 59.69%

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Oregon Ballot Measure 47
— The statutory companion to Ballot Measure 46. Places limits on political campaign contributions and expenditures, including expenditures made independently of candidates, on races for state and local public office.
Passes: Yes — 53.02% to No — 46.98%

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Oregon Ballot Measure 48
— Commonly referred to as “Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights,” or TABOR. Amends the Constitution and limits the biennial increase in state spending to a percentage based on the state’s population growth, plus inflation.
Fails: Yes — 29.12% to No — 70.88%

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