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Results of November 3rd Constitutional Amendment Election for Mason County
Wednesday, November 11, 2009 • Posted November 11, 2009

Statewide last week, voters approved all eleven of the proposed constitutional amendments that were presented on the ballot. In Mason County, voters rejected Propositions 1 and 4, while overwhelmingly approving all nine others.

The Propositions, and the vote totals, for Mason County are:

Proposition 1: Finance buffer areas ajdacent to military installations

For - 254

Against - 259

Proposition 2: Regulate how homestead ad valorem taxes are calculated

For - 381

Against - 151

Proposition 3: Provide uniform standards for appraising property

For - 309

Against - 220

Proposition 4: University fund to assist emerging research universities

For - 210

Against - 294

Proposition 5: Single appraisal review board for adjoining entities

For -283

Against - 217

Propostion 6: Authorize the Veterans Land Board to issue bonds

For - 332

Against - 169

Proposition 7: State Guard officer or member may hold other civil office

For - 377

Against - 134

Proposition 8: Authorize the state to contribute to veterans hospitals

For - 375

Against - 151

Proposition 9: Protect the right of the public to access public beaches

For -351

Against - 171

Proposition 10: ESD board members' terms may not exceed four years

For - 346

Against - 170

Proposition 11: Limits on power of eminent domain

For - 478

Against - 56

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