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November 2000 General

Senate Joint Resolution 8214
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes145074964.85%
No78618535.15%
Ballot Title:
Shall the state constitution be amended to permit state funds held in trust for persons with developmental disabilities to be invested as authorized by law?
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Initiative to the People 713
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes131590354.61%
No109358745.39%
Ballot Title:
Shall it be a gross misdemeanor to capture an animal with certain body-gripping traps, or to poison an animal with sodium fluoroacetate or sodium cyanide?
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Initiative to the People 722
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes129539155.89%
No102234944.11%
Ballot Title:
Shall certain 1999 tax and fee increases be nullified, vehicles exempted from property taxes, and property tax increases (except new construction) limited to 2% annually?
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Initiative to the People 728
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes171448571.73%
No67563528.27%
Ballot Title:
Shall school districts reduce class sizes, extend learning programs, expand teacher training, and construct facilities, funded by lottery proceeds, existing property taxes, and budget reserves?
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Initiative to the People 729
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes112576648.17%
No121139051.83%
Ballot Title:
Shall school districts and public universities be authorized to sponsor charter public schools, independently operated, open to all students, and subject to revised state regulation?
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Initiative to the People 732
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes150126162.69%
No89360137.31%
Ballot Title:
Shall public school teachers, other school district employees, and certain employees of community and technical colleges receive annual cost-of-living salary adjustments, to begin in 2001-2002?
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Initiative to the People 745
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes95532940.66%
No139438759.34%
Ballot Title:
Shall 90% of transportation funds, including transit taxes, be spent for roads; transportation agency performance audits required; and road construction and maintenance be sales tax-exempt?
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