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Maine State Archives

Document Type

Text

Identifier

29-333230

Description

Election Tabulations for the General Election: Constitutional Amendment & Direct Initiatives, held on November 11, 1933. Amendment No. 1: "Shall the constitution be amended as proposed by a resolution of the legislature authorising the use of voting machines in elections?"; Amendment No. 2: "Shall the constitution be amended as proposed by a resolution of the legislature providing for the raising of the state debt limit, for excptingloans from the state from the municipal debt limit, and for the issuance of bonds, the proceeds of which are to be disbursed directly", etc?; Initiative Question No. 1: Shall a Bill "Entitled "An Act to Raise an excise Tax on Corporations Organized for Making, Generating, Selling, Distributing and / or Supplying Electricity or Electric Current for Power, Lighting, Heating," ect., Become a Law?"; Initiative Question No. 2: Shall a Bill Entitled "An Act Establishing a Low Rate Tax on Intangible Personal Property", etc., Become a Law?"

Exact Creation Date

11-11-1933

Language

English

Other Location

Maine

Keywords

Election Returns; Election Results; Vote Counts; Maine; General Election

1933 General Election: Constitutional Amendment & Direct Initiatives



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