Results: Oklahoma State Questions

Oklahoman Published: November 9, 2008

State questions

Here are the results of state questions on Tuesday’s ballot with all 2,231 precincts reporting.

• State Question 735:
To allow a 100 percent disabled veterans an exemption from personal property taxes. Yes, 1,153,445 - 85 percent; No, 203,567 - 15 percent. Passed.

• State Question 741:
To require a person or business to file with the county assessor the first time they apply for a property tax exemption. Some limits apply. Yes, 908,302 - 68 percent; No, 424,757 - 32 percent. Passed.

• State Question 742:
To decide whether Oklahomans’ right to hunt and fish should be protected by the state constitution. Yes, 1,081,963 - 80 percent; No, 269,702 - 20 percent. Passed.

• State Question 743:
To allow certain winemakers to sell wine directly to state retail package stores and restaurants. It also lets them sell products in person to adults at specific places. Yes, 1,064,626 - 79 percent; No, 284,023 - 21 percent. Passed.

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