Referendum                                                                                                   April 7th, 2015


Question 1: Election of chief justice. Shall section 4 (2) of article VII of the constitution be amended to direct that a chief justice of the supreme court shall be elected for a two-year term by a majority of the justices then serving on the court?
 

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  Referendum
Towns
Yes No
Akan 19 39
Bloom 31 45
Buena Vista W1&2 142 150
Dayton 33 54
Eagle 25 52
Forest 26 39
Henrietta 35 54
Ithaca 39 35
Marshall 66 52
Orion 22 39
Richland W1-4 90 85
Richwood W1&W2 36 46
Rockbridge W1-3 47 88
Sylvan W1-4 23 41
Westford W1&2 62 81
Willow 34 47

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  Referendum
Villages 
Yes No
Boaz 18 21
Cazenovia W-1 48 24
Lone Rock W1&2 65 76
Viola W-2 24 25
Yuba 8 11

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  State Treasurer Primary
City 
Yes No
Richland Ctr W1 28 27
Richland Ctr W-2 9 15
Richland Ctr W-3 21 24
Richland Ctr W-4 11 49
Richland Ctr W-5 18 39
Richland Ctr W-6 13 38
Richland Ctr W-7 27 26
Richland Ctr W-8 16 40
Richland Ctr W-9 18 42
Richland Ctr W-10 17 31
Richland Ctr W-11 34 26
Richland Ctr W-12 35 34

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  State Treasurer Primary
 
Yes No
Overall Totals 1140 1495

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