A “yes” vote supports dedicating up to 80 percent of revenue from sales taxes on outdoor recreation equipment to a land conservation fund. The current sales tax rate would remain the same. This effort is expected to raise $20 million annually for the next decade, starting July 1.Read More
According to Ballotpedia: Amendment 2 would allow the creation of a statewide business court with a statewide jurisdiction for use under certain circumstances.Read More
A “yes” vote creates a more uniform, fair market valuation of Georgia's timberland for its 450,000 private forest landowners.Read More
Amendment 4, or "Marsy's Law," seeks to add rights of crime victims to the Georgia Constitution, rights currently recognized in Georgia statute. The amendment seeks to ensure victims are "accorded the utmost dignity and respect and shall be treated fairly by the criminal justice system of this state."Read More
Amendment 5 would allow a school district or multiple districts with a majority of students within a county to call for a county sales tax referendum.
We are researching this ballot measure and will update as soon as possible.Read More
Provides for a homestead exemption for residents of municipalities located in more than one county.Read More
Would give property tax break to non-profit homes for the mentally disabled even if for-profit corporations are included in the ownership structure for financing purposes.Read More