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AZ-2006-Proposition 101 (Local Property Tax Levies)

Race Type

Referendum

Filing Deadline

7/5/2006 12:00 pm

Polls Open

11/7/2006 7:00 am

Polls Close

11/7/2006 8:00 pm

Term Starts

1/1/2007 1:00 pm

Term Ends

12/31/9999 1:00 pm

Database Record

Posted 8/9/2006, Updated 7/25/2007

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NARRATIVE

LOCAL PROPERTY TAX LEVIES A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; AMENDING ARTICLE IX, SECTION 19, CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; RELATING TO LOCAL PROPERTY TAX LEVIES. The Arizona Constitution limits the amount of primary property tax that a county, city, town or community college district may levy. Each taxing entity's limit was established in 1980, and that limit has increased by 2% each year, plus any new construction. Counties, cities, towns and community college districts not at their levy limit may increase primary property taxes to the maximum levy limit without voter approval. Proposition 101, known as the "2006 Taxpayer Protection Act", would amend the Arizona Constitution to remove unused taxing capacity and reset each taxing entity's limit to the actual tax levy of that county, city, town or community college district in 2005. Beginning in 2007, the new levy limit would increase by 2% per year, plus any new construction.


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CERTIFIED RESULTS OF THIS ELECTION

 

Yes
(YES)
Announced 11/30/2005

736,169
50.72%

 

No
(NO)
Announced 11/30/2005

715,154
49.28%

 

Source for election returns: http://www.azsos.gov/ftp/dbelec/2006/general/eresults.csv


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