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APFA Constitutional Amendments Balloting Results - June 18, 2014
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This morning, the balloting to approve or reject the 2014 Constitutional Amendments concluded. All five items passed. The results are as follows:

Item 1:  Yes votes: 2,540 or 72.51%      No votes: 963 or 27.49%
Item 2:  Yes votes: 2,666 or 76.19%      No votes: 833 or 23.81%
Item 3:  Yes votes: 2,536 or 72.50%      No votes: 962 or 27.50%
Item 4:  Yes votes: 2,357 or 67.34%      No votes: 1143 or 32.66%
Item 5:  Yes votes: 2,760 or 78.86%      No votes:  740 or 21.14%    

Eligible Voters: 12,991 of which 3,510 cast a ballot representing 27.0% of the eligible voters
Ineligible Votes cast: 132
Phone ballots cast: 2,379 (67.8%)
Web ballots cast: 1,131 (32.2%)

Click here for totals. Base-by-base results will be posted on the APFA web site soon.

Cindy Horan
Chairperson of the APFA National Ballot Committee



 
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