In addition to the statewide, congressional, and legislative races on the November ballots, there are also five constitutional amendments and a pair of referendums to be voted on.

They haven’t received nearly the press as the Abrams/Kemp race, and many voters have been left in the dark as to what the measures actually are, much less what they mean for them, their pocketbooks, or even their children.  With a wide array of issues ranging from nature conservation to homestead tax exemptions, to protecting the victims of crime, these ballot questions passing or failing could have long-reaching consequences for Georgians for years to come.

See the questions as they will appear on the ballot and more importantly read summaries that give a layman’s idea of what they actually mean, from the House Budget and Research Office, HERE


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