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CA California State 11-02-2010 Proposition 21, $18 vehicle license fee to provide funding for state parks and wildlife conservation Other Vehicle license fee Parks, wildlife habitat, recreation $10,000,000,000 $1,500,000,000       Fail 43% 57%   yes
CO South Suburban Park and Recreation District Special District 05-04-2010 10-year, 1-mill property tax renewal for open space, parks, development and maintenance Property tax   Open space, parks, recreation, greenways, trails $20,000,000 $10,000,000 $20,000,000 $10,000,000 Yes Pass 66% 34%   yes
CO Boulder County County 11-02-2010 20-year, .15 percent sales tax extension for open space purchases Sales tax   Open space $106,000,000 $106,000,000 $106,000,000 $106,000,000 Yes Pass 50% 50% Issue 1B yes
CO Snowmass Village Municipal 11-02-2010 7-year, .81 mill levy to purchase parcel of open space Property tax   Open space, wildlife habitat, recreation $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 Yes Pass 56% 44% Pitkin County, Referendum 2E yes
CT Madison Municipal 01-26-2010 Bond for the purchase of open space Bond   Open space, recreation $9,000,000 $9,000,000 $9,000,000 $9,000,000 Yes Pass 57% 43%   yes
CT Sherman Municipal 05-15-2010 Bond to purchase land known as Happy Acres Farm Bond   Farmland $2,250,000 $2,250,000 $2,250,000 $2,250,000 Yes Pass 73% 27% Question 3 yes
CT Mansfield Municipal 11-02-2010 Bond for the acquisition of open space and recreational lands Bond   Open space, recreation $1,040,000 $1,040,000 $1,040,000 $1,040,000 Yes Pass 65% 35%   yes
FL Ormond Beach Municipal 08-24-2010 Bond to purchase oceanfront park Bond   Open space, parks, recreation $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 Yes Pass 59% 41% Volusia County yes
FL Tavares Municipal 11-02-2010 Bond for Wooten Park expansion Bond   Open space, parks, recreation $8,500,000 $8,500,000       Fail 46% 54% Lake County yes
HI Hawaii County County 11-02-2010 Charter Amendment dedicating at least 1 percent of property tax revenue for land conservation Property tax   Open space, wildlife habitat, recreation, watershed protection, farmland, forests         Yes Pass 66% 34% Proposal #1, would amend open space fund ordinance passed in 2006 making the 1 percent allocation permanent. yes
IA Iowa State 11-02-2010 Authorizes the establishment of the Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Trust Fund and dedicates a future 3/8-cent sales tax increase to the Trust Fund to protect farmland, and improve water quality and natural areas including parks, trails, and fish and wildlife habitat. Sales tax   Watershed protection, wildlife habitat, parks, trails, open space         Yes Pass 63% 37% Constitutional Amendment which if approved by voters requires legislative approval as well yes
MA Sunderland Municipal 05-01-2010 Community Preservation Act, 3% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $1,834,948 $611,649       Fail 46% 54% Question 2 yes
MA Dighton Municipal 04-10-2010 Community Preservation Act, 1% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $1,605,208 $535,069 $1,605,208 $535,069 Yes Pass 55% 45%   yes
MA Manchester-by-the-Sea Municipal 05-18-2010 Community Preservation Act, .5 to 1.5% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $3,345,600 $1,115,200 $3,345,600 $1,115,200 Yes Pass 59% 41%   yes
MA Gosnold Municipal 11-02-2010 Community Preservation Act, 1.5% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $150,210 $50,070 $150,210 $50,070 Yes Pass 65% 35%   yes
MA Middleborough Municipal 11-02-2010 Community Preservation Act, 1% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $4,212,386 $1,404,129 $4,212,386 $1,404,129 Yes Pass 54% 46%   yes
MA Belmont Municipal 11-02-2010 Community Preservation Act, 1.5% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $16,089,038 $5,363,013 $16,089,038 $5,363,013 Yes Pass 51% 49% Initiative petition yes
MA Marlborough Municipal 11-02-2010 Community Preservation Act, 2% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $24,680,638 $8,226,879       Fail 48% 52% Initiative petition yes
MA Sunderland Municipal 11-02-2010 Community Preservation Act, 3% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $1,837,418 $612,473 $1,837,418 $612,473 Yes Pass 62% 38% Initiative petition yes
MA Orleans Municipal 05-18-2010 Debt exclusion measure to protect drinking water on 22 acre Matthews Property Bond   Open space, watershed protection $375,000 $375,000 $375,000 $375,000 Yes Pass 76% 24% Debt exclusion, Barnstable County yes
MD Baltimore County County 11-02-2010 Bond for agricultural and rural land preservation Bond   Farmland $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 Yes Pass 64% 36%   yes
ME Maine State 11-02-2010 Bond for the Land for Maine's Future program Bond   Open space, farmland, watershed protection $9,750,000 $9,750,000 $9,750,000 $9,750,000 Yes Pass 59% 41% Question 3 yes
MI Oakland County County 08-03-2010 10-year, .2415 mill levy for operating, maintaining and acquiring parks and recreation areas Property tax   Parks, trails, recreation $109,000,000 $20,000,000 $109,000,000 $20,000,000 Yes Pass 76% 24%   yes
MI St. Clair County County 08-03-2010 6-year, .4954 mill levy renewal for parks and recreation Property tax   Parks, recreation, open space $19,525,260 $4,881,315 $19,525,260 $4,881,315 Yes Pass 71% 29%   yes
MI Washtenaw County County 11-02-2010 10-year, renewal of .2409 natural areas millage for land conservation Property tax   Open space, wildlife habitat, watershed protection $34,920,000 $34,920,000 $34,920,000 $34,920,000 Yes Pass 57% 43%   yes
MI Meridian Township Municipal 11-02-2010 10-year, renewal and reduction of .75 mill levy to .33 mills for land preservation Property tax   Open space, farmland $5,363,950 $5,363,950 $5,363,950 $5,363,950 Yes Pass 65% 35% Ingham County yes
MO Columbia Municipal 11-02-2010 5-year, 1/8 cent sales tax for parks and new land acquisition Sales tax   Open space, parks, wildlife habitat, recreation, trails, greenways $12,000,000 $4,095,000 $12,000,000 $4,095,000 Yes Pass 64% 36% Boone County yes
NC Gastonia Municipal 05-04-2010 Bond for parks and recreational improvements Bond   Parks, recreation, trails, greenways $4,635,000 $1,000,000       Fail 49% 51% Gaston County yes
NJ Old Bridge Township Municipal 11-02-2010 10-year, 2 cents per $100 continuation of open space tax Property tax   Open space, farmland, recreation $6,000,000 $6,000,000       Fail 44% 56% Middlesex County yes
NJ Cedar Grove Township Municipal 11-02-2010 2-year, 2 cents per $100 property tax extension for open space and recreation Property tax   Open space, recreation $133,807 $133,807 $133,807 $133,807 Yes Pass 59% 41% Essex County, On May 14, 2013 voters approved a diversion of a portion of open space funds for tax relief yes
NJ Park Ridge Borough Municipal 11-02-2010 Establishment of 1 cent property tax for open space, farmland, and recreational lands Property tax   Open space, farmland, recreation $3,996,771 $3,996,771       Fail 36% 64% Bergen County yes
NJ Woodcliff Lake Borough Municipal 11-02-2010 5-year, continuation of 1 cent open space tax Property tax   Open space, parks, recreation $854,795 $854,795 $854,795 $854,795 Yes Pass 66% 34% Bergen County yes
NJ Green Brook Township Municipal 11-02-2010 10-year, .5 cent property tax to reestablish open space program Property tax   Open space $735,545 $735,545 $735,545 $735,545 Yes Pass 57% 43% Somerset County yes
NY Pound Ridge Municipal 11-02-2010 10-year, .5 to 1 mill property tax levy for open space acquisition Property tax   Open space $3,422,000 $3,422,000 $3,422,000 $3,422,000 Yes Pass 61% 39% Westchester County yes
OH Granville Township Municipal 05-04-2010 5-year, renewal of 2.5 mill property tax levy for open space and farmland Property tax   Open space, farmland $3,630,000 $3,630,000 $3,630,000 $3,630,000 Yes Pass 68% 32% Licking County yes
OH MetroParks of Butler County County 11-02-2010 6-year, .5 mill levy for operations, maintenance, and land acquisition Property tax   Parks, recreation, wildlife habitat, watershed protection $22,800,000 $4,500,000 $22,800,000 $4,500,000 Yes Pass 51% 49% Issue 4 yes
Ore Tigard Municipal 11-02-2010 Bond for the acquisition of parkland Bond   Open space, parks, recreation $17,000,000 $13,600,000 $17,000,000 $13,600,000 Yes Pass 52% 48% Washington County, Measure 34-181 yes
Ore Oregon State 11-02-2010 Constitutional amendment extending and dedicating 15 percent of lottery proceeds for parks, beaches, wildlife, watershed protection Other Lottery Open space, parks, wildlife habitat, watershed protection $1,740,000,000 $1,740,000,000 $1,740,000,000 $1,740,000,000 Yes Pass 69% 31% Measure 76, citizen initiative petition yes
PA East Coventry Township Municipal 11-02-2010 .25 percent earned income tax increase for open space, farmland, and recreational lands Income tax   Open space, farmland, recreation $7,650,000 $7,650,000 $7,650,000 $7,650,000 Yes Pass 53% 47% Chester County yes
RI Rhode Island State 11-02-2010 Bond for the protection of open space and parkland Bond   Open space, parks, recreation $14,700,000 $13,200,000 $14,700,000 $13,200,000 Yes Pass 65% 35% Question 4 yes
RI Narragansett Municipal 11-02-2010 Bond for open space purchases Bond   Open space $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 Yes Pass 53% 47%   yes
SC Dorchester County County 11-02-2010 Bond for the protection of water quality, forests, parks, and wildlife habitat Bond   Open space, forests, parks, trails, watershed protection, wildlife habitat, recreation $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 Yes Pass 71% 29%   yes
TX McKinney Municipal 05-08-2010 Bond for parks, recreation, and open space Bond   Open space, parks, recreation $12,500,000 $6,000,000 $12,500,000 $6,000,000 Yes Pass 72% 28% Collin County, Prop 1 yes
TX Richardson Municipal 05-08-2010 Bond for parks, trails and recreational facilities Bond   Parks, trails, recreation $22,645,000 $4,083,500 $22,645,000 $4,083,500 Yes Pass 57% 43% Proposition 2, Dallas County yes
TX San Antonio Municipal 11-02-2010 5-year, extension of 1/8 of 1 percent sales tax for the Edwards Aquifer Protection Venue Project Sales tax   Watershed protection $90,000,000 $90,000,000 $90,000,000 $90,000,000 Yes Pass 66% 34% Proposition 1, Bexar County.  This is the same sales tax used for the Parks Development and Expansion Venue Project. yes
TX San Antonio Municipal 11-02-2010 5-year extension of 1/8 of 1 percent sales tax for the Parks Development and Expansion Venue Project Sales tax   Parks, open space, recreation $45,000,000 $45,000,000 $45,000,000 $45,000,000 Yes Pass 67% 33% Proposition 2, Bexar County. This is the same sales tax used for the Edwards Aquifer Protection Venue Project. yes
UT Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District Special District 11-02-2010 Bond for the preservation of open space and trails Bond   Open space, farmland, trails $20,000,000 $20,000,000 $20,000,000 $20,000,000 Yes Pass 72% 28% Western Summit County yes
UT West Valley Municipal 11-02-2010 Bond for parks and open space Bond   Open space, parks, trails, recreation $25,000,000 $25,000,000       Fail 43% 57% Salt Lake County yes
VA Arlington County County 11-02-2010 Bond for parks and recreation Bond   Parks, recreation $5,975,000 $2,000,000 $5,975,000 $2,000,000 Yes Pass 68% 32%   yes
VT Barre Municipal 11-02-2010 Bond to create 370-acre town forest Bond   Forest $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 Yes Pass 64% 36%   yes
WA Northwest Park and Recreation District 2 Special District 11-02-2010 4-year, .1 mill property tax for the acquisition of natural areas Property tax   Trails, parks, recreation, wildlife habitat, watershed protection $1,400,000 $1,400,000 $1,400,000 $1,400,000 Yes Pass 58% 42% Whatcom County yes
TOT                 $12,458,657,574 $3,745,400,165 $2,384,010,217 $2,192,064,866 43         51

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