You Tell Us: What’s the Most Important Ballot Question?
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Ballot questions tend not to get the same attention as top of the ticket races for senate, president or governor.
But in this year’s presidential general election, the ballot questions could have a huge impact on Maryland and Baltimore.
On a state level, residents will be deciding whether the children of illegal immigrants can pay in-state tuition to attend state universities, whether residents want the most recent congressional redistricting map to stand and whether or not to allow same-sex marriage.
But Baltimore residents also have plenty of ballot questions to address impacting the city, including four charter amendments.
City residents will decide issues such as aligning the next city election with the 2016 presidential election, requiring certain city agencies to be audited every four years and allowing independent and third party members to sit on boards and commissions as minority representatives.
Tell us which ballot question you think is the most important and why in the comments.
Click here for the full list of questions.