Connecticut Voters to Decide on 2 Proposed Amendments

Voters will decide whether to make two changes to Connecticut's constitution.

Both constitutional amendment questions will appear on Tuesday's ballot.

One asks whether the constitution should be changed to ensure transportation revenues are spent on transportation projects. A coalition of labor organizations, environmental groups and transportation organizations has been pushing for the change, saying it will help to stop the money from being spent on other state programs.

The second amendment calls for placing limits on the General Assembly when it attempts to transfer or sell state-owned property to a non-state entity.

Each polling place will have copies of the proposed amendments and an explanation.

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Connecticut last had a ballot question in 2014, when voters were asked to approve an amendment that could have allowed early voting. It failed.

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