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   NJ Public Question No. 1

ELECTION INFORMATION

Container

Transportation Bonding

Race Type

General Election

Filing Deadline

11/30/1998 12:00 pm

Polls Open

11/2/1999 5:00 am

Polls Close

11/2/1999 7:00 pm

Term Starts

11/3/1999 12:00 pm

Term Ends

12/31/9999 12:00 pm

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Posted 10/3/2012, Updated 10/3/2012

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PRIMARIES

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Statewide Transportation and Local Bridge Bond Act of 1999 Shall the "Statewide Transportation and Local Bridge Bond Act of 1999," which authorizes the State to issue bonds in the amount of $500,000,000 for the purpose of rehabilitating and improving the State transportation system, including structurally deficient local bridges, and providing the ways and means to pay the interest on the debt and also to pay and discharge the principal thereof, be approved? Interpretive Statement: Approval of this act would authorize the sale of $500 million in State general obligation bonds to address the growing needs of the State's aging transportation infrastructure. Of the total authorized amount, $250 million would be reserved for grants to county and municipal governments for the rehabilitation and improvement of structurally deficient bridges carrying county or municipal roads. The remaining $250 million would be used for transportation projects throughout the State.


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CERTIFIED RESULTS OF THIS ELECTION

 

Yes
(YES)

724,778
64.23%

 

No
(NO)

403,576
35.77%

 

Source for election returns: http://www.nj.gov/state/elections/election-results/1999-gen-elect-tallies-public-questions.pdf


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