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Measure Details

Amendment 1

South Carolina Ballot Measure -

Election: Nov. 4, 2014 (General)
Outcome: Passed

Categories:
Gambling and Gaming
Constitution

Yes
989,991
(82.72%)

No
206,862
(17.28%)

Summary

A 'Yes' vote will allow certain nonprofit organizations to conduct raffles and use the proceeds for charitable, religious, or educational purposes.

A 'No' vote maintains the current law that considers a raffle to be a lottery and is prohibited.

Measure Text

Must Section 7, Article XVII of the Constitution of this State be amended so as to provide that a raffle is not a lottery prohibited by this section, if the raffle is conducted by a nonprofit organization for charitable, religious, fraternal, educational, or other eleemosynary purposes, and the general law defines the type of organization authorized to operate and conduct the raffles, provides standards for the operation and conduct of the raffles, provides for the use of proceeds for charitable, religious, fraternal, educational, or other eleemosynary purposes, provides penalties for violations, and provides for other laws necessary to ensure the proper functioning, honesty, and integrity of the raffles, but in the absence of any general law, then the raffle remains a prohibited lottery?

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