This victorious ballot initiative campaign in Maine resulted in the passage of a $41 million bond measure to support transportation projects. In 2012, Maine voters approved Question 4, which proposed providing approximately $41 million for highway and bridge repairs throughout the state of Maine. Question 4 passed with 68.9 percent of voters in support of the measure in the November 2012 election.
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