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  WI Ballot Measure - Authorizing Income Tax Credits or Refunds for Property Taxes or Sales Taxes Due in this State
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Parents > United States > Wisconsin > Propositions > 1989 Propositions > 1989 Statewide Referendum: Authorizing Income Tax Credits for Property or Sales Taxes
OfficeInitiative
Type Referendum
Filing Deadline January 01, 1989 - 12:00pm Central
Polls Open April 04, 1989 - 07:00am Central
Polls Close April 04, 1989 - 08:00pm Central
Term Start April 05, 1989 - 12:00pm
Term End December 31, 9999 - 11:55pm
Turnout 17.27% Total Population
ContributorAJ
Last ModifiedAJ July 12, 2012 05:10pm
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Description Ballot Question: "Shall section 1 of article VIII of the constitution be revised, and shall an additional provision be created in that section, to allow the state of Wisconsin to provide by law property tax relief or sales tax relief, or both, to the citizens of the state, subject to reasonable classification and progressive effect on the tax system, by means of credits or refunds for taxes due under property or sales taxes in this state, to be credited against or refunded from taxes imposed by this state on income, privileges and occupations?"

Original vote totals (pre-recount):

No: 406,154 (50.040041%)
Yes: 405,504 (49.959959%)
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Certified Votes406,863 (50.07%) 405,765 (49.93%)  
Margin0 (0.00%) -1,098 (-0.14%)  
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