Voters will also decide whether to pull $1 billion from a state savings account and spend it on roads and bridges in every county in the state.
Amendment Three on the ballot would launch the largest road building program in state history.
It would take $100 million a year from a state savings account for 10 years.
The sponsor, Democratic Sen. Lowell Barron of Fyffee, says it would improve roads and provide jobs without raising taxes.
Critics say the $1 billion constitutional amendment would drain money from a savings account that supports the state General Fund budget and will reduce the account's interest earnings that help pay for state troopers, prisons and other state programs.
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