Review Publishes Ballot Measures, Candidate Answers

Review Publishes Ballot Measures, Candidate Answers
 
 
Inside the October 14 issue of the Grant County Review, readers will find the complete text of the 2020 statewide ballot measures plus candidate questionnaires concerning local races. 
 
The publication of the ballot measures starts on page 14 and includes Constitutional Amendment A, an amendment to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana; Constitutional Amendment B, a resolution proposing the legalization of wagering on sporting events, and Initiated Measure 26, which is a measure to legalize marijuana for medical use. The attorney general’s explanation of each measure is included. 
The Review provided questionnaires to the candidates for Grant County treasurer, District Four House of Representatives, and District Four State Senate. The questions and answers provided by each candidate are published beginning on page 7 of this issue. 
The general election is Tuesday, November 3. Registered voters may request absentee ballots or can vote early in person at the courthouse. All Grant County precincts will be open on November 3 for voters who wish to vote in person on election day.
 
Single copies of the issue can be purchased on newsstands at Berens Warehouse Grocery, Hartman's Family Foods, Casey’s General Store, Food-N-Fuel, Millstone Family Restaurant, UPI, Grocery Basket Big Stone City, MacDaddy’s Big Stone City, Coffee Cup Summit and the Grant County Review beginning Tuesday evening. For instant access digitally, purchase a e-edition or combo subscription through this website. 

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