Glossary Term: ballot question


Name

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  • ballot question

Preferred Definition

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  • Contest in which the choices are typically Yes and No.

Notes

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Abbreviation

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Synonyms

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  • ballot measure

Status

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  • Final.

Suggested Revision

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References

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  1. P1622 IEEE Glossary

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