A Question About Ballot Questions

Most folks will be paying attention to candidates and the noise they make during qualifying, but county parties will also have the opportunity to measure the pulse of the folks that pull respective party ballots for various issues through non-binding ballot questions (they usually must be approved by the county party’s executive committee to appear on their respective primary ballot…e.g., the local Republican party can put a ballot question on the Republican primary ballot).  It’s a good way to help drive up voter turnout during the primaries.  We’ve posed them before in Walker County, but I’m just curious to see if there are ballot questions from folks here that have been proposed or would like to see proposed on the July 31st ballot for the Georgia General Primary.  I’d like to see what’s going on in other counties across the state.

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  1. ryanhawk says:

    I’d love to see non-binding questions that demonstrate alternatives to passing T-Splost.

    1. Do you favor improving Gwinnett County’s transportation system and the transportation network in this region and the state by eliminating the federal 18.4 cent exise tax and allowing states to levy their own gas taxes?

    2. Do you favor improving Cobb County’s transportation system and the transportation network in this region and the state by dedicating all state gas tax revenues towards maintaining and improving our roadways?

    Etc…. That would be fun.

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